Project/Construction Manager

About Our Client

Our client is a leading provider to rail transport infrastructure development in the UK and internationally. With over 40 years in the industry, their focus is to provide fully managed services to the markets they serve.

They are looking for a Project / Construction Manager to oversee and manage a high specification commercial refurbishment in Merseyside.

Job Description

The role will be to manage the ‘fit out’ of a first-class lounge for Virgin Trains over the course of a 38-week contract. The project is an NR 10 design & build contract and will involve managing:

* The fitting of a new lift shaft
* Stripping out all existing/redundant services
* The fitting a new Mezzanine deck
* A new curtain wall system to front and side elevation
* The fitting of a new staircase

The Successful Applicant

The successful candidate must be commercially aware and safety driven due to the client facing nature of the role. They will have construction experience and, although not essential, experience within the rail sector would be favourable.

The ideal candidate will be available immediately and will receive a laptop and phone to support the role.

The rate will be negotiable dependent upon experience

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SEND TA – Liverpool

Are you a SEND Teaching Assistant? Would you like to work in Liverpool? If so, Connex Education has the perfect opportunity for you!

We currently have a number of day-to-day, short-term, and long-term placements in the area. Working across both primary and secondary schools, you will prepare lessons and assist with the day-to-day running of the classroom. As a caring and sensitive SEND Teaching Assistant, you will support children with PMLD, SLD, ASD, and MLD.

To be successful in your application you should have 6 months relevant experience within the last 12 months and an up to date DBS check registered on the update service. Personal care and Team Teach training would be desirable, however they are not essential. If you would like to work as an SEND Teaching Assistant in Liverpool, apply today for more information.

Connex Education is a high quality, service-led education supply agency which puts its people – not its profit – first. We concentrate on finding the right people, with the right skills and attitudes, for our schools. We hand-pick our staff, put them on our own payroll, and give them the same dedicated attention and support that we give our schools. Looking after people is central to our business: it’s what has earned us our excellent reputation

Senior Project Manager

National Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy currently recruiting for a Client Facing Senior Project Manager in their growing Liverpool office.

My client are a National Consultancy with an enviable client base who are looking to increase their headcount in their busy head office in Manchester.

The organisation are a growing, industry leading Quantity Surveying and Project Management Consultancy with a range of industry leading projects currently on-going in the North West. They are working on some of the North West’s most prestigious projects for some extremely high-profile clients.

Their Liverpool office is in the heart of the Commercial District in a very well presented office space in a very popular office building. The office has a brilliant atmosphere and is a great place to work.

They require a Senior level Project Manager to ensure that they continue to be able to cope with their client’s demands. The role will be client facing, working with some of the North West’s largest development companies on some ground-breaking projects.

The salary will be negotiable but will likely be between £35k – £60k depending on level of experience.

Building Careers UK are specialist in Construction & Property recruitment. BCUK acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C’s, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found on our website

Estimating Assistant

Vacancy: Estimating Assistant

Location: Liverpool Area

Salary: NEG. Depending on experience

3D Personnels client is a large building and civil engineering company based in Ireland & the UK, they have been undertaking operations in Ireland for the previous 50 years and have been regarded as one of Irelands leading building and civil engineering contractors.

3DPersonnels client is currently seeking to recruit an experienced civil engineering assistant estimator to support the production of estimates for a range of civil engineering projects.

Our preferred candidate will be:

* Degree Qualified (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering or Construction related subject.
* from a Civil Engineering background, preferably with some site experience gained in various sectors including some of the following; Water Industry, Heavy Civils, Reinforced Concrete Structures, Drainage, Highways, Bridges, Earthworks, Small Buildings and Steel Portal Frame Buildings.
* Minimum of 1 year experience working alongside an Estimator.
* Good I.T. skills MS Word, Excel, MS Project (or P6), and knowledge of AutoCad would be an advantage
* Ideally some experience of ConQuest or other Estimating software.
* Must be capable of reading drawings, specifications and other documents and be able to produce materials take offs, Bills of Quantities and sub-contract packages
* Needs to have a clear methodical approach, capable of working to deadlines, good communication skills and be a team player.

Job task involves:

* Assessing material, labour and equipment requirements for tenders and producing & issuing enquiries for pricing by suppliers
* Analysis of quotes returned from sub-contractors and suppliers.
* Checking quantities provided by Clients in Bills of Quantities
* Managing Documentation and record keeping
* Occasional driving for work to attend meetings or site visits and very occasional overnight stays

Process Improvement Engineer – Liverpool

Alex Tosney is recruiting for a Process Improvement Engineer to join a global leader in the Medical device industry at their site based in Liverpool on a permanent basis. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well known company within their state of the art facility in a Process Improvement Engineer position offering a salary of £30,000pa to £36,000pa depending on experience.

The overall purpose of the role is the coordination of Project Engineering activities from concept to reality
As a Process Improvement Engineer, you will have the following responsibilities:
Responsible for the generation and implementation of Process Improvement Projects linked to the Continuous Improvement Program
Responsible for generating Process Optimisation and Continuous Improvement initiatives in order to reduce manufacturing costs in a safe and qualitative manner
Responsible for ensuring project related procedures and practices, as a minimum, comply with Corporate Standards. Provide technical expertise and guidance on project related policies, procedures and implementation within the Production, Supply Chain and Quality Control functional areas.
Maintain and update project plans / updates and budgetary information
First line support for process related problems including leading root cause analysis based on gaps associated to hourly, daily, weekly, monthly KPI’s
Supplier management responsibility for all production related materials
Seamless supply of materials into production with zero stock-outs, yet managing inventory in a Just in Time manner
Working with suppliers to enable improved service levels
Working with suppliers to enable cost competitiveness
Procurement of production related project materials and equipment
Working with Purchasing and Supply Chain Management to qualify alternative suppliers
Site lead for Warehouse / Logistics Non Conformances, driving improvement through thorough root cause analysis
Responsible for the WIP/ WIP Turns metric on site – together with associated improvements
Leader of Warehouse and Logistics Risk Assessments and action planning to enable continuous improvement

As a Process Improvement Engineer you are expected to have the following Qualifications/Skills and Experience:
· Process, Production or Industrial Engineering
· Project Engineering & Project Management
· Strong track record of Process Optimisation
· Failure Mode Effect Analysis
· Experience of document writing and review (accuracy, traceability and compliance)
· Experience of Process, Production or Industrial Engineering related to Process Plant and equipment in a Pharmaceutical / Regulated Environment

Please note that your CV should show exact dates of employment (month and year) and any gaps of a month or more should be explained.

CK Group is an Equal Opportunities employer who welcomes applications from all who meet our selection criteria.

If you do not hear back from us within 5 working days of your application for this role, it means that on this occasion you have not been shortlisted for the next stage of the recruitment campaign. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference ENG39669 in all correspondence

Speech and Language Therapist

Speech and Language Therapy

Salary details:
£30.00 p/hr working time
£15.00 p/hr driving time
16 hours

Our client is a private interdisciplinary practice, working with clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries such as, traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, amputees and complex orthopaedics.

With offices is based in North Wales; however, they cover a wide geographical area – Wales, North West / East, Midlands.

Looking for a speech and language therapist who is enthusiastic, self-motivated, organised and happy to travel.

Essential – HCPC registered, RSLT registered, car driver

Essential experience – Neuro rehabilitation, Traumatic Brain Injury Adult

Desirable experience – Critical Care, Paediatrics, AAC

Hours – These roles will be taken on a 8 hour contract initially with the view of moving to a 16hr contract in the future.

Start Date – immediately

Pension – Staging date November 2017
The pay rates will be £30p/hr for working time and £15p/hr for driving time.

Job Purpose

– To take a senior role in Speech & Language Therapy (SLT) assessment and management of service users with communication, swallowing disorders, tracheostomy management, maintaining high standards of clinical care and working with in an interdisciplinary team frame work
– To take responsibility for the development and management of SLT service
– Ensure practice is evidence based where possible, using national SLT clinical standards
– To contribute to the interdisciplinary team development as requested by the company Director.
– To offer support to create best practice communicative environments

Key Accountabilities:

– Provide specialist management of communication and swallowing disorders for clients with acquired brain injury, neurological disorders and any other clinical diagnosis.
– To ensure accurate documentation of assessment, treatment and outcome measures are maintained
– To initiate and take a lead role in the development of SLT policies, guidelines and service developments
– To lead and undertake research and audit activity within the service at the request of the Director.
– To initiate and take a proactive role in the interdisciplinary team service developments
– Ensure the provision of a high quality SLT service and its place within the interdisciplinary team
– Coordinate the induction and training of all the wider interdisciplinary team members and key stake holders
– Take responsibility for own professional & personal development through performance and development reviews and attending all relevant training regular supervision at an appropriate level
– Ensure that all relevant codes of practice and regulations (MHA1983 & Care Standards 2000) are upheld
– Contribute and adhere to risk management strategies for an individual service users
– To participate in the initial assessment process of the service as requested by the Director
– To participate in outcome measurement and regular review of service delivery
– To comply with all company policies and procedures including Health & Safety and Fire Safety etc.

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Lead PHP Developer – Liverpool, £50,000 – £55,000

lead PHP Developer

Liverpool

£50,000 – £55,000

My client, an award winning digital agency, are looking for an experienced Lead PHP Developer to join their rapidly expanding development team.

Your role will be very diverse, you will be working on small projects through to large bespoke projects. My client predominantly use PHP and Laravel so it would be good if you are comfortable in both of these programs!

To be considered for this role you must have:

– Experience in both Front and Back End Development
– Substantial commercial PHP experience
– Proficient with Drupal and Magento
– Experience with MVC frameworks (Laravel, Codeigniter)
– Comfortable with WordPress
– Comfortable in hand writing Javascript code
– Experience with Git as a source version control tool

For this position, my client are offering a salary in the region of £50-55k + benefits + an attractive holiday scheme.

If you meet the above requirements and believe you would be a suitable candidate, apply now to avoid missing out on this fantastic opportunity as the role will not be on the market long.

Pearson Frank International is the leading Java / PHP recruitment firm in the UK, advertising more JAVA & PHP jobs than any other agency. We deal with both Digital Agencies & End Users throughout the UK and Europe and we have never had more live requirements & Web Development jobs for JAVA & PHP professionals. By specialising solely in placing candidates in the JAVA & PHP market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in the UK / Europe and have an unrivalled understanding of where the best opportunities & JAVA / PHP jobs are.

Apply now by sending your CV to –

PHP/Laravel/Drupal/WordPress/MySQL/API/Mobile/Bootstrap/Responsive Design/Magento/Cordova/PhoneGap/Cheshire/Chester/Manchester/Liverpool

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