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Document Controller / Office Administrator job in Derby, Derbyshire

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Job Title: Document Controller / Office Administrator
Job Type: Contract
Location: Derby, Derbyshire
Salary: £150 - £180/day
Company: CV-Library
Category: Engineering
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Job Description: Document Controller / Office Administrator

Location: Derby

Duration: 6 months initially – to start as soon as possible

Daily Rate: Competitive rate of pay

Our client is a well-established Nationwide Rail company whose professionalism and well-respected name have been instrumental in their success. They provide an exceptional service to their customers and are focused on continually improving this.

Our client is looking for a Document Controller / Administrator to learn all aspects of document control to the point of being able to confidently and competently carry out all document control duties to provide full cover during absence and busy period. Administration support will be assisting with the day to day running of the office, including but not limited to the responsibilities listed below:

Experience & Qualifications for the Role

* Working knowledge of EB, ProjectWise, RAIL HDMS and other document systems

* Previous experience of working in the rail industry

* Self-motivated and pro-active, able to work on own initiative.

* Must be customer service focused

* Flexible and adaptable to a range of working methods and processes

* Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook

Main Responsibilities

* Be able to carry out document control duties confidently and competently and as a result be able provide full cover during busy and absence periods. This also includes being able to assist and cover for Source Document control when required.

* Manage the control of Siemens project documentation as specified and controlled by Siemens BMS, audit and quality processes and procedures.

* Set up folders on the R: Drive via IT and ensure all relevant staff have access to the folder.

* Request project specific mailbox via IT. Document control department has overall control and is responsible for all access rights to the folder.

* Ordering Stationery and taking responsibility for stock levels

* Book Meeting Rooms and organising lunch for attendees

* Courier items and updating spreadsheet so they have a record of items sent

* Raise requisitions and PO’s using OneSRM

If you are looking for an opportunity to join a company which is growing – Contact us now!! To apply for this position contact Amy Naden by emailing your C.V.

The partnering concept promoted by Vital means that we work together with candidates and clients to achieve your career and recruitment objectives. For clients the result is cost effective, culture-compatible solutions that make staff selection, recruitment and retention far easier.

For candidates it means a personal and professional relationship that will help you through every stage of obtaining your ideal job and pursuing your career goals. Our commitment to both candidates and clients is equalled only by our professionalism and dedication to providing the best possible service

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Postdoctoral Research Associate job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £33797/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
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Job Description: The Role

We invite applications for a Post-Doctoral Research Associate (PDRA) to join the Department of Earth Sciences at Durham University on a project funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, "Magma mush eruptibility: the lifetime of mobile magma". The position is fixed term for 36 months with a preferred start date before 1st April 2020. The project team includes Dr Madeleine Humphreys, Dr Fabian Wadsworth, Dr Alex Iveson (Durham) & Dr Richard Brooker (Bristol).

The aim of the project is to develop new textural methods to determine the lifetime of mobile magma bodies in the crust. The project will define experimentally how crystal aspect ratios vary with undercooling for hydrous, silicic melts. This will be developed into a general model and applied to specific natural case studies in order to bring new insights into the distribution of melt and the architecture of sub-volcanic plumbing systems.

The successful applicant will be expected to perform and analyse a series of high-temperature experiments at a range of undercoolings; to work with the project team to develop a more general model to describe aspect ratio as a function of undercooling; and to undertake textural characterization of natural samples for validation of the model, with specific application to Mount St Helens, USA and Soufriere Hills, Montserrat. The PDRA will work with members of the project team to interpret and model the results and produce high-impact publications based on the findings. They will also work with project partners to integrate the petrological findings with insights from geophysical sources and numerical modelling. The PDRA will benefit from close interaction with a wide range of collaborators in an inter-disciplinary environment, and will be expected to attend conferences to present their work. The PDRA will join the vibrant volcanology group at Durham University, and will further benefit from the Department's mentoring programme for Early Career Researchers. PDRAs are encouraged to co-supervise MSc and undergraduate research projects.

The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the general activities of the volcanology group and participate actively in the intellectual life of the department. There may be opportunities to teach/demonstrate in labs and field classes depending on the interests of the successful candidate

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Head of Health and Safety job in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham

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Job Title: Head of Health and Safety
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
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Category: Management
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Job Description: Imperial Recruitment Group are delighted to have partnered with Thyssenkrupp Access to appoint a new Head of Health & Safety.

Who are Thyssenkrupp Access?

Part of Thyssenkrupp AG which is a technology group with traditional strengths and values in materials across a range of different verticals. Over 160,000 employees in 78 countries with a global turnover of over €35 billion! A company that has a passion and technological know-how to develop high-quality products and intelligent industrial processes and services for sustainable progress.

Thyssenkrupp Access is an exciting subsidiary of the global conglomerate and is a reseller and global service provider of stair, platform and home lifts. With offices across Europe the Middle East and Far East. A successful business that has a cross-functional supply model into both private and public sector clients direct and through resellers.

What is the purpose of the role?

The purpose of this role is to ensure the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) side of the business are meeting both UK and European legislation, to supervise and coordinate work systems to ensure that the products or services of the company meet the highest safety standards (BSI, CHAS, Safe Contractor & Construction line) and that the working conditions of the company are favourable and safe.

Job Title: Head of Health & Safety

Location: Stockton-on-Tees (may involve travel to other sites including abroad)

Salary: Negotiable + Bonus

Employment Opportunity: Permanent

Highlighted Responsibilities:

To follow health, safety and environmental guidelines and procedures in respect of personal and department activities.

Determine the strategic direction and work priorities for the continuous improvement of the company’s HSE management programme and systems. This includes producing the yearly HSE action plan and longer-term HSE roadmap, prepare reports for monthly update at the Senior Management meetings.

Implement new or existing HSE-related legislation, rules and Company standards to include fire prevention, health and safety awareness training.

Monitor, audit and report performance, maintaining robust records and reporting frameworks in all areas of HSE.

Complete prevention inspections on a regular basis and ensure records maintained of same.

Evaluate and audit sub-contractors. Manage, schedule and conduct internal audits and inspection.

Ensure all risk assessments are in place and delivered for both internal employees and all sub-contractors.

Oversee completion of accident, near miss and ill health investigations ensuring we report all RIDDOR reportable incidents.

Oversee, review, design and deliver all safe systems of work.

Lead the Company in meeting its obligations under the “Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 1999”.

Provide support and expertise to line management in incident investigation and reporting (including dangerous occurrences and occupational diseases).

Develop a monthly HSE Communication Strategy for all levels of staff - to include written information, toolbox talks and management briefs.

Liaise with the HR Department for coordinating a training plan and updating information for personal, audit and IIP requirements.

Assist in retaining all current HSE accreditations and work towards the attainment of new HSE accreditations.

Develop and maintain all forms of risk assessment e.g. general, manual handling, COSHH, fire prevention and acts as a final authority where a specialist response is required in relation to risk assessments performed by others on site.

Conduct occupational health and safety related surveys e.g. noise, lighting, exposure to chemical substances and make associated recommendations.

Develop, maintain, reduce and monitor environmental aspects and impacts of the company.

Maintain and review the Integrated Management System.

Manage and chair critical meetings – Safety Board, Fire Wardens, First Aiders, Internal Auditors.

Carry out any other reasonable duties requested by the Managing Director.

Requirements:

NEBOSH Diploma is essential.

First Aid basic certificate.

Environmental Management Systems qualification.

Demonstrable experience of Risk Management, Risk Assessment, Method Statement Review.

Demonstrable experience of Site inspections and investigations, company preparation for Audits, Compliance and maintenance of relevant standards.

Demonstrable experience of CDM Regulations implementation, an in-depth understanding of and the ability to interpret HSE-related legislation.

Demonstrable experience of Company standards and programme requirements in order to pass on knowledge and requirements to others.

Demonstrable experience of information provision to tender and submission process.

Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

The ability to use judgement, problem solving skills and initiative to provide information and support, and to recognise where issues may need to be referred onwards to be addressed by the Managing Director.

The ability to use Microsoft Office at a good level including running reports.

BSc (Hons) in Safety Health & Environmental Management or business-related qualification. (Desirable)

NEBOSH Fire Prevention and Risk Management Certificate. (Desirable)

IOSH Membership or chartered accreditation. (Desirable)

For more information on this opportunity or for a confidential conversation please contact Imperial Recruitment Group at our HQ in Darlington

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Young Persons Worker job in Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire

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Job Title: Young Persons Worker
Job Type: Part Time
Location: Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire
Salary: £17100/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Support Worker - Young Persons Worker Location - Kirkintilloch

Salary - Circa 17,100 pro rata - ( plus occasional sleepover allowance )

Hours - Permanent Part - Time 21 Hours ( Nightshift)

East Dunbartonshire Canal Housing project is based in Kirkintilloch. The service offers short to medium term accommodation to young people aged 16-26 years. The aim of the service is to help young people to develop the skills to ensure a successful transition into their own tenancy in the future.

The service offers a range of practical skills including budgeting, good door keeping and key life skills. Alongside the practical element the service offers a nurturing environment for young people to increase their emotional well-being and experience a positive transition.

How Action for Children works

Action for Children does what's right, does what's needed and does what works for children across the UK. Every year, our team changes the lives of 370,000 children, young people and their families - but for every child who needs help to get help, there's plenty more to do. That's where you come in.

The difference

You'll significantly improve young people's lives:

By demonstrating a commitment to Action for Children's defining statement, 'keeping the child at the centre', and to promote and incorporate Action for Children's Participation Standards as appropriate to your role
By achieving the highest standards of safeguarding, whether through direct care provision or support activities to the children and young people who come into contact with our services, or by appropriately reporting concerns about any child or young person
By promoting Equality and Diversity strategy locally including linking with local equality and diversity frameworks to ensure promotion of best practice and to inform and develop appropriate action plans
By demonstrating a willingness and ability to operate within a constantly changing environment and as such work priorities and targets may change.

The person

You'll need:

Minimum SVQ2 in social care/equivalent qualification for housing support service or working towards.
Registered with SSSC or equivalent/ willing to work towards registration.
Experienced in a social care setting
Experienced in safeguarding
Accurate record keeping and use of data base systems and processes.
Working as part of a team and co-working with colleagues
to devise and deliver a package of support to young people
Ability to engage with young people and build positive relationships
Supporting Equality and inclusion at all timesThe rewards

Minimum 29 days' holiday (pro rata)
Flexible working, including maternity, paternity and adoption packages
Season ticket travel loans
Company pension scheme
Discounts at major high street retailers.

Plus, there's .

This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to vulnerable children's lives and to build a fulfilling and meaningful career with a leading UK children's charity.

Action for Children is committed to safer recruitment practices, designed to protect the welfare of the children and young people using our services.

If you meet all the criteria and would like to proceed with your application, you'll be redirected to an application form on our website which should only take around 30 minutes to complete. Please have your CV handy to upload. As this job involves working around children, there are some specific questions we need to ask you as part of your application process. Thanks for taking the time to apply and we wish you the best of luck!

If you have any further questions please contact Dione Riach on dione, or (phone number removed)

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Year 3 Teacher in Waterloo in Lambeth (September 2020) job in Lambeth, London

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Job Title: Year 3 Teacher in Waterloo in Lambeth (September 2020)
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Lambeth, London
Salary: £30480 - £49571/annum TLR
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
Benefits: TLR

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Job Description: Year 3 Teacher - Waterloo in Lambeth

Key Stage 2 Teacher - TLR available

Two Form Entry - Good Ofsted School

Permanent - September 2020

Are you searching for a new, exciting Key Stage 2 position this September 2020?

A brilliant primary school based in Waterloo in Lambeth are searching for a Year 3 Teacher in September 2020. The school is near to West Hampstead tube station. This position will begin next academic year and is a permanent opportunity. This is a high-achieving yet warm and welcoming Primary school. They are searching for either a Year 3 Teacher to support the Key Stage 2 team. This opportunity is suitable for Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT's) and those with more experience (QTS). Ideally, the Key Stage 2 teacher will be familiar with and have previously taught the UK curriculum.

There is an opportunity to teach in Year 3 Teacher dependent on your preference and previous experience. Teachers with experience leading a subject previously or those who have the ambition to do so, may be considered for TLR opportunities.

Key Stage 2 Teacher
Year 3 Teacher
Starting in September 2020
Permanent/Full-time
2 form entry, 'Good' school
Waterloo in Lambeth
MPS/UPS inner LondonThe Primary school instils their pupil's with an uncompromising set of values with empathy being a key element. The children at this community school are encouraged to take calculated risks. There are ample opportunities at this school for TLR and further responsibilities including subject leadership such as English, Maths, Science or Humanities. The Year 3 Teacher will be appointed on a permanent contract and will be offered plentiful CPD opportunities.

This Primary school have been commended by OFSTED for their established senior leadership team and excellent behaviour within the school. This is a two-form entry school so the teacher appointed will be working alongside the other Year 3 teachers. Planning for lessons will be shared between the Year 3 teachers to combine ideas and reduce work-load.

The Head Teacher allows all teachers to have creative freedom with their lessons. The Year 3 appointed will be expected to offer engaging and forward-thinking lessons with the help of their teaching assistant in class.

The Year 3 Teacher will be carefully selected and should hold specialist subject interests, intellect and ambition to develop as a teacher. The Primary school in Lambeth promises to offer exceptional professional development opportunities, providing access to a wide variety of training courses to ensure a continuing advancement in teacher's capability. The Year 3 teacher will become a part of a warm, welcoming environment, with an enthusiastic, motivated and knowledgeable team.

If you would like to apply for this position please submit your updated CV or contact Abi Ralph on with a copy of your CV.

Primary Teacher - Year 3 Teacher - Key Stage 2 Teacher - September 2020 - Waterloo in Lambeth

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Interim Marketing Director job in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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Job Title: Interim Marketing Director
Job Type: Part Time
Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £70000 - £80000/annum plus benefits
Company: CV-Library
Category: Marketing
Benefits: plus benefits

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Job Description: Interim Marketing Director - Part-time - Kings Lynn -

Our exclusive client, an industry leader in the medical technology field based in Kings Lynn are seeking a highly driven, technically savvy Interim Marketing Director to propel the business forward as they go through an exciting re-branding.

The position is 6 months initially as a contract, but is likely to be extended or made permanent, as they look to grow a wider marketing team across digital, content and campaigns. It's a part-time role, of circa 20 hours per week, office based but flexible in terms of days.

Reporting into the Managing Director, you'll be responsible for taking ownership of the marketing communications activities, devising and executing strategies. Your responsibilities will include:

Develop a short-term marketing strategy to accelerate the organisations growth, across digital, campaigns, content, print and events
Discover and define a short to long term brand roadmap based on a deep understanding on the market and customer insight, identifying market position, possible enhancements and areas for new product development
Execute the marketing plan to increase inbound demand and lead generation, working closely with the sales team to utilise, analyse and report on marketing success again key metrics and ROI
Coordinate and execute all marketing and communications activities, ensuring consistent digital and print coverage across a variety of mediums including PR and events
Create marketing policies and ensure those are fully communications internally to those within the business
Maintain overarching editorial control on all marketing, PR and communications materials that are released
Line manage a team of 2 full time marketing employees, providing guidance and ensuing project deadlines and targets are met This is a fantastic role for an experienced marketer to join a well-established business recognised highly in their field. In order to be considered, you'll have:

A demonstrable experience in building a marketing strategy and executing plans
Juggle multiple products across digital marketing, content, events, campaigns and PR, as well as ensuring efficient internal communications
Experience of managing budgets and scaling up SME businesses
Ideally come from a B2B background with an understanding of technology, but other industry backgrounds will be consideredDue to the location of the offices, this part-time role is commutable from areas Norfolk, Suffolk and North/West Cambridgeshire, including: Kings Lynn, Norwich, Peterborough, Wisbech, Downham Market, Fakenham, Swaffham, Holbeach and March.

For registration purposes please could you let us know where you are currently based or which locations you are considering as well as your required salary and notice period.

Please upload a Microsoft Word version of your CV where possible, excluding textboxes or images, as this can affect the consultant's job matching process and therefore your details may not be picked up for a role.

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Brand Recruitment offers the services of an employment agency for permanent work. Visit online to apply for other key marketing jobs in the Central and Eastern region. If you have not heard back from us within seven days, please assume that your application has not been successful

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Customer Service Adviser job in Bradford, West Yorkshire

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Job Title: Customer Service Adviser
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire
Salary: £9.07/hour
Company: CV-Library
Category: Customer Services
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Job Description: This is a unique opportunity for an experienced customer service adviser to join one of the region's leading customer services teams. The company is looking for someone with previous experience of online support or customer service support and who is self-motivated, highly organised, proactive with a passion for first class customer service.

* Brilliant team

* Excellent facilities and working environment

* Free parking

* Great training, support and development

In this role you will manage online services to deliver outstanding service to all customers, giving them the support and information they need both online and telephone based.

This is an EXCELLENT opportunity to join a highly successful, professional team of people who are continuously growing and have an enviable reputation in their industry.

The team work between the hours 8am - 11pm on a rolling rota, 5 days out of 7 including weekends. 8am-4pm/9am-5pm/10am/6pm/11am-7pm/12pm-8pm/3pm-11pm. Training is 2 weeks Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm.

This role starts immediately.

Hourly pay is £9.07 after training. The contract is temporary with a view to being permanent for the right candidate

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