23000 - 30000 | Heysham
Welder Fabricator Fuel Proof is a progressive, growing company that designs and manufactures steel Diesel and Aviation Fuel Storage equipment. We are a UK based business with a truly global Customer base. For more information about the company and our products please study our website www.fuelproof.co.uk before you apply. The Opportunity This is a permanent role working within our Production team. We are recruiting now because the business is continuing to grow, as it has done for the past 10 years. Benefits: 45hours per week, additional overtime available paid at 1.5 rate. Opportunity to earn a Health and Safety Bonus Attendance Reward Competitive Pay Rate If you are interested in the role please send a covering letter detailing your skills and experience along with your CV. What we are looking for? We are looking for people with the right skills, experience and a positive attitude. Candidates must have a minimum of 3 years welding/fabrication experience and be able to build complex structures and pipework. The following abilities and aptitudes are absolutely essential: A strong work ethic and a very flexible approach to work Be physically fit and be able to carry out manual tasks including lifting and carrying Fabrication skills 3 Years or more fabrication experience Can work from drawings Motivated people with can do attitude References essential Eye for detail Enjoy working to deadlines This is an excellent opportunity to join a world leader in fuel storage equipment for industry and aviation. We will ONLY respond to those applicants with the relevant experience and requirements. Job Type: Full-time Salary: £10.50 to £13.25 /hour
£25,918 - £30,492... | North Division (within travelling distance from Scarborough)
About us Our purpose is simple, to save lives at sea. Since the 19th century, our crews have been risking their lives to save those who are in danger of drowning. We’re looking for a System Technician (Electrical) to join our North Division. The Coastal Maintenance team supports the RNLI through carrying out planned & reactive maintenance, including fault diagnosis & repair on various pieces of equipment. This could be anything from a Lifeguard RWC, L200 to a brand-new state of the art Shannon Class Lifeboat. Some of the Benefits Flexible working 26 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays Outstanding pension scheme (contributions of up to 16% of basic salary) Life assurance Health and dental cash plan Your Role As a System Technician, you will: Action repairs and planned maintenance to RNLI facilities, plant or equipment at station, haul-out facility or other location, as required Ensure risk assessments and job cards are created and used for each task undertaken to include SHE: observations, noncompliance and near misses. Contribute to establishing and maintaining a safe working culture Carry out modifications to boats and equipment. Sign off relevant paperwork, submitting any recommendations as required About You You’ll be someone that is self-motivated and willing to go that extra mile, working either as a part of a team or under your own initiative to the highest of standards, with a first-fix approach to return RNLI SAR assets back on service as soon as possible. You will need to take on new ideas and undertake training where needed. You should have a desire to stay current in the use of existing technology but also be willing and involved in the roll out of new equipment and technology. To be considered as the System Technician, you will need: Time served Engineering apprenticeship or a sound background and experience in mechanical, electrical and/or electronic engineering NVQ level 3 minimum or equivalent in an electrical or electronic discipline Wide knowledge of diesel and petrol engines/electrical systems; and/or Marine or plant experience; and/or Experience of construction/ modification of electronic equipment; and/or Experience of repair and maintenance of electronic equipment To be within reasonable travelling distance to Scarborough A valid driving licence. Other organisations may call this role Electronics Technician, Technician Electronics, Marine Technician, Maintenance Engineer, Technician (Electronic/Electrical) As this is a sea-going appointment, you will need to satisfy the institution's medical and eyesight standards. So, if you are ready for your next exciting challenge as system technician and consider yourself to be hard working, self-motivated and want to see how you can support our organisation’s aim to reduce drowning, this could be the role for you. For more information and to apply online, please use the Apply button below. Closing date: 1 September 2019. The RNLI is committed to safeguarding; ensuring the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees and volunteers will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment. This will include relevant criminal record checks being carried out dependent on the eligibility of the role. (England & Wales; DBS check, Scotland; Disclosure Scotland PVG, Northern Ireland; Access NI, Republic of Ireland; Garda Vetting). We are an equal opportunities employer.
££Highly Competit... | Nationwide
Supermarket, GP surgery, Hospital & Local Community Location: Nationwide Fulltime & Part-Time Opportunities ££Highly Competitive Salary & Benefits Our Pharmacists are not just Pharmacists. They’re true healthcare partners. They’re trusted advisers. They’re problem solvers, sympathetic listeners and inspiration givers. Join us, and you can be all these things and more. Thanks to our unrivalled and diverse UK pharmacy network, LloydsPharmacy can offer you many opportunities to grow and make a difference every day. We currently have a wide range of full-time and part-time opportunities all over the UK for passionate and ambitious Pharmacist professionals; both within a community pharmacy setting, but also across outpatients dispensing services in hospitals, care homes, GP surgeries, mental health facilities and prisons. The size and scale of our LloydsPharmacy business is brought to life through our partnership with McKesson – a Fortune Global 500 company and leading provider of integrated healthcare solutions. Whether you’re based in a supermarket, GP surgery, hospital or local community; you’ll gain experience across a number of locations as a trusted partner to the NHS and a key member of our team. Building brilliant relationships with other healthcare professionals. Developing outstanding teams. Sharing best practice with colleagues. You’ll be surrounded by people who are just as passionate about exceptional care-giving as you are. Plus, with ongoing clinical development, coaching and support, you’ll have everything you need to develop your career and make a real difference in people’s lives. About you Customers and communities are at the heart of everything we do. So, first and foremost, you’ll be the kind of person who loves to build brilliant relationships. You must have an MPharm degree or equivalent, be registered with the GPhC by your start date, and be willing to travel. On top of that, to keep up with the evolving landscape, we’re looking for someone who’s eager to learn and willing to drive a learning culture. In return, you’ll have access to a range of career paths and training opportunities you’d expect from an industry leader. About LloydsPharmacy Part of McKesson, a leading healthcare company, we strive to break boundaries, challenge the status quo and support the changing healthcare industry. We are committed to offering the best advice and healthcare to our patients, customers and colleagues. As one of our Pharmacists, you will be able to use your passion, ambition and drive to build solutions and have experiences that transform lives for the better – starting with your own. For more information or to learn more about our Pharmacist career pathways on offer – please contact our LloydsPharmacy Resourcing Team on 02476 625238
Highly competitive | Nationwide
Tired of working full time hours and missing out on personal commitments? Are you constantly searching for more hours in the day to fulfil your to do list? At LloydsPharmacy we have multiple qualified Pharmacist opportunities that offer flexible and part-time working patterns to suit your needs all over the UK. Throughout our large network of community pharmacy branches, we currently have over 200+ pharmacists working less than 25 hours per week to complement their lifestyle! So, if you are looking to work in a pharmacy where job satisfaction, patient care and your flexibility comes first… then register your application with us today! Whether it be it full time hours working across 3 longer days or weekends/mornings/evenings to suit your lifestyle, our 100-hour pharmacies can accommodate your needs. When applying, please inform us how many hours you wish to work, the type of shifts, locations and one of our Recruitment Specialists will be in touch to discuss our Qualified Pharmacist opportunities in greater detail with you. Responsibilities: You will be responsible and reliable for supporting the efficient delivery of the community pharmacy dispensing service, working as a key member of the pharmacy team to achieve excellence and provide exceptional customer care and patient safety. Working within LloydsPharmacy will require a strong customer focus and friendly approach, along with the ability to provide professional advice and support to our customers, whilst being responsible for the dispensing service. You will be supported by a strong team of colleagues to ensure the delivery of service to our customers is efficient and prompt. Customers and communities are at the heart of everything we do. So, first and foremost, you’ll be the kind of person who loves to provide exceptional patient consultations – approachable and an exceptional listener. You must have an MPharm degree or equivalent and be registered with the GPhC by your start date. On top of that, to keep up with the evolving landscape, we’re looking for someone who’s eager to share their expertise to inspire teams, drive a learning culture and improve your pharmacy. In return, you’ll have access to a range of career paths and training opportunities you’d expect from an industry leader. Rewards By joining LloydsPharmacy, you will enjoy a uniquely rewarding career by really making a difference with the local community. You’ll work hard but be recognised for your contribution and be able to keep a healthy work/life balance. In addition to flexible working, LloydsPharmacy will offer you: •Highly competitive salaries •Private healthcare (available to upgrade to your partner and children) •Bonus scheme •Generous holiday including bank holidays and the option to buy additional holiday •GPHC fees paid •Pension scheme •Employee discount scheme •Superb development and career development opportunities About LloydsPharmacy Part of McKesson, a leading healthcare company, we strive to break boundaries, challenge the status quo and support the changing healthcare industry. We are committed to offering the best advice and healthcare to our patients, customers and colleagues. As one of our Pharmacists, you will be able to use your passion, ambition and drive to build solutions and have experiences that positively transform the lives of our patients.
£8.50 - £10 | Durham/Teesvalley
Urgently required with immediate start for those appliants who already hold a current, valid CSCS card. We need labourers who are willing to learn all roofing techniques, must have clean driving licence. We would prefer the candidate to hold a current valid CSCS card but all essential training will be provided. Full time permanent position available for the suitable applicants, working for a Hartlepool based busy family run roofing company, specialising in local repairs and maintenance contracts and larger site works. We provide a variety of roofing products and services and training is always available to broaden your roofing skills and knowledge. Must be eager to learn, a dedicated team player, ability to listen to instructions, carry them out with proficiency and work to the site health and safety rules. A polite courteous manner is essential as all works carried out will be on tenanted and private properties, hospitals, educational facilities etc. Working hours, Monday - Friday 7:45am to 4:30pm, overtime occassionally available To appy please send CV and brief personal statement via email.
20000 - 25000 | Bristol
Warehouse Manager £25k Fosters Event Catering has established a reputation as one of the most prestigious event caterers in the South West. We are all about fresh, seasonal ingredients and well-sourced produce and have catered at some of the most impressive venues and events over the years. We are looking for a Warehouse Manager to manage the day to day operation of the warehouse, reporting to the Senior Logistics & Warehouse Manager. The Principle purpose of the role; The key objective is to maintain all aspects of the warehouse operation by supporting the back & front of house teams in preparing and cleaning equipment for the kitchen and events Key Skills Required; Demonstrate pride in the appearance of the workplace and a desire to maintain excellent levels of cleanliness throughout Able to work independently, planning ahead to ensure all tasks are completed on time and to the required standard The ability to accurately follow instructions and to communicate to the team, engaging the team in promoting a positive culture. Always demonstrate good practice in working hygienically around food. Duties; Management of all CCG (China, Cutlery & Glassware) and equipment regarding inventory management, maintenance and cleanliness Management of porters, ensuring that porters are clearly directed and complete their jobs to a satisfactory standard. The department’s responsibilities will include operating pot-washing machinery, sweeping and mopping floors, disposing of kitchen waste and picking kit. Resolve any maintenance problems, safety hazards, accidents, or injuries to the appropriate department. Take responsibility for stock control, including ordering, acceptance, maintenance of stock levels and stock rotation, and the return of any sub-standard items Full compliance with all company policies and procedures as detailed in the staff handbook Adhere to any reasonable requests from senior management Hygiene, Safety & Cleaning; Observe all relevant legal requirements, industry guides to good hygiene practices and government codes of practice. Ensure adherence to the company health & safety policy, including completion of records. Comply with fire procedures & legislation. Vehicles; Maintenance - Weekly checking, maintenance and recording of all critical safety elements of the vehicles (tyre pressures, fluid levels and oil etc.) Cleanliness – Ensuring that vehicles are thoroughly cleaned internally and externally weekly so that they reflect well on the business. Fuel - Fill all vehicles with fuel as required including hire vehicles to minimise `inflated` costs charged by vehicle hires. Other duties Ad hoc duties will include; supporting the operations team during peak times in assisting with key events and festivals throughout the year. Person Specification Essential; Well Presented Physically fit Effective Communicator Ability to work as a member of the team and on own Attention to detail Can work well under pressure and able to multi-task Numerate Willingness to work nights and weekends and show great flexibility and be prepared to work additional hours where necessary. Full and clean Driving license Computer literate – Word & Excel (Microsoft office) Desirable; Event experience ( experience of working for an Event caterer or Event hire catering company) Counterbalance forklift truck licence HACCP / ISO trained advantageous Licence to drive at least a 5 tons vehicle Experience of completing risk assessments PAT testing accreted
Salary: £556.00 p... | Overseas
Red Snapper Learning (RSL) is recruiting a team of trainers for an overseas deployment to assist in training an international police service. Responsibilities: The deployments will be for a 17 week period commencing from late September, early October with a one week rest in the middle of the deployment. You will have the opportunity to fly back home for the one week rest period. The training to be provided will be a range of core policing skills and attributes such as personal safety and fitness, weapons training and core skills, (legislation and law for example). To be considered: You will need to be from a police or military background and have had delivered training. Ideally you will have a recognised training qualification and have experience as a qualified weapons instructor. However, applicants which can demonstrate a background in delivering training, whom have not attained a recognised training qualification, will be presented with the opportunity to attend an adult education BTEC level 3 course supplied by RSL at no cost to the applicant. (This pre-deployment training will take place in September). Benefits: The trainers will work a five day working week for which they will be paid £556.00 per working day. Flights from Heathrow and full accommodation will be provided in modern style apartments, (separate rooms with kitchens, washing machines and other facilities), in a dedicated secure compound. Further facilities within the secure compound will be available such as a swimming pool, spas, shopping centre and coffee shops. In addition, a high qualify Wi-Fi service will be available at no additional cost. To apply: Interviews will take place at our Yorkshire, Midlands or London offices, subject to convenience. To find out more please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: 2nd September RSL is a market leading provider of training services to UK and International police services.
Circa £30,000 | London
The Maritime Cyber Emergency Responce Team (MCERT) is a fast-paced, evolving and highly strategic organisation designed to meet the Cyber Security needs of the global maritime sector. Working for MCERT means maintaining the highest standards of diligence, professionalism and vigilance, in a responsive and engaging environment within the MCERT Operations Centre in Singapore. Our mission to the maritime sector is to help protect them from Cyber threats and our Operators are at the core of our global capabilities. The following is a brief overview of key competencies and experience required for the Operators of MCERT. Certifications and diplomas to prove such competencies may need to be presented. Depending on the services being delivered, additional specialist skills will be required. General Operator description items: Experience - Required Previous experience working within a Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) or Security Operations Centre (SOC), ideally with experience in an operational military setting; Previous experience of incident response, ideally relating to Cyber incidents; Previous experience working on Cyber/Information Technology within the maritime sector. Experience – Highly Desirable Previous experience working on the Cyber Security of Operational Technology, particularly within the maritime sector, would be a benefit. Personal competencies As an individual, you should have/be: Flexible, creative and a have good team spirit; Strong analytical skills; An ability to explain difficult technical matters in clear and concise wording; A strong understanding of the need for confidentiality and working in a procedural matter; Good organisational skills; Stress durable; Strong communicative and writing skills; Open minded with a willingness to learn. Technical competencies - Required Knowledge of Security threats (DDoS, Phishing, Defacing, Sniffing, etc.) mandatory; Broad knowledge of internet technology and protocols; Knowledge of Windows systems (depending on the equipment of the constituency) is key. Technical Competencies – Highly Desirable Knowledge of network and maritime infrastructure equipment (Router, switches, DNS, Proxy, Mail, etc.) would be beneficial; Knowledge of iOS, Android and Linux systems; Knowledge of Internet applications (SMTP, HTTP(s), FTP, telnet, SSH, etc.) desirable; Knowledge of risk assessment and practical implementations desirable.= Additional competencies - Required Willingness to work on patterned shifts during a 24x7 period and on-call duty; Capacity and willingness to travel for work, both domestically in the UK, in Singapore and elsewhere internationally if required; Level of education to University Degree or equivalent; Further experience working in the field of Cyber Security. Code of conduct/practice/ethics A code of conduct/practice/ethics is a set of rules or guidelines for the MCERT staff members on how to behave professionally, potentially also outside work. Behaviour outside work is relevant, because it can be expected of MCERT members that they behave responsibly in private as well where computers and security are concerned. Screening of employees is good practice, and as the information that MCERT holds may be of a confidential and sensitive nature, we must make sure that prospective staff members are trustworthy. As such we will carry out vetting, perhaps extending to a request for references, in order to ensure that this is the case. Training The MCERT Operator training plan includes two phases of training: internal training for new staff members to learn how the MCERT operates involving Operations Centre orientation and participation in the three day MCERT Training Simulator, as well as personal learning and external training for continuous improvement of skills and to keep up with the developments in technology (including new threats and attack methods).
£30,401 to £37,267 | St James University Hospital, Leeds
Would you like to work in a large organisation, which employs over 18,000 staff across seven hospitals? The Organisational Learning Team at LTHT are looking to recruit a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join the team supporting the leadership and development interventions offered to staff across the organisation. Reporting to the Educational, Learning & Organisational Development Manager, this role brings together many positive elements of HR; including supporting organisational design, recruitment, talent development & retention. You should have extensive experience in the delivery and QA of training, evidence of management & leadership development and change initiatives and some knowledge of organisational development concepts and change management methodologies. You should also have had some experience in facilitating training, management & leadership. You will ensure delivery of priority areas and provide support to individual projects from initiation stage through to completion. You will be competent in complying with the NHS assurance frameworks implementing policies and procedures. You will be expected to have worked in a similar role as part of a large organisation and demonstrated your capabilities. We expect your style to be straightforward, pragmatic and hands on as well as engaging and inspirational. For further information or informal discussion regarding this role, contact David Wignall (email@example.com) This vacancy may close before the advertised closing date if sufficient suitable applications are received. We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics. Reasonable adjustments will be made for disabled applicants where required. Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust has received the Silver Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme and we welcome applications from defence personnel to work for us. If you are offered a position, you may be required to undertake a DBS. The Trust will administer the DBS check on your behalf and will recover the cost (Enhanced £48 or Standard £30) from your salary over a 3 month period (including Internal staff). You will also be required to participate in the DBS Update Service and pay the £13 cost per year. This is a condition of your employment. For Band 1 roles the Trust will pay the cost of the DBS checks and refund to you the cost of the update service. DBS checks for volunteers are free. Please ensure your application is submitted with referees who can verify your employment/education history over the last three years and include valid email addresses for them. LTHT will request electronic Factual Employment References from your previous employers. These references will be requested before you are issued with an unconditional offer of employment letter. Please note that a car parking permit or space cannot be guaranteed. The Trust operates a points based waiting list system. Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is part of the West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT), a collaborative of the NHS hospital trusts from across West Yorkshire and Harrogate working together to provide the best possible care for our patients If you have any questions about the process please contact the Recruitment Service on (0113) 2065980.
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