£ 250.00 - £ 250.00 per day
Introduction  
 
Freelance Assistant Site Manager required for a project in Aldershot.
 
The project is due to start in November for 6 months.
 
Must have experience in Civils.
 
The successful candidate will be working on drainage and duct runs etc. for the common goal of building an enterprise centre to store grit lorries.
 
If you would like competitive rates and to work for a well-known and respected company, please contact us as soon as possible.  
 
Apply now by calling: 01489 232 080
 
£ 140.00 - £ 150.00 per day
Carpenter
 
Our client is a well known maintenance company currently working on a social housing project in the Brandon/Cambridge area.
 
They are currently searching for a carpenter to fit fire doors within a social housing sector. Experience fitting fire doors is essential.
 
You will also need to hold a CSCS card and have your own transport.
 
To apply please email me your CV to  
b.thomas@englandassociates.co.uk
 
£ 520.00 - £ 520.00 per day
 
Project Manager, Corsham, ASAP - 06/2018, £450 - £520 UMB, SC
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  • This post is central to proving continual support to IPLCs, as well as managing new IPLC requests. 1. MOD lead for the continual management and delivery of International Private Leased Circuits (IPLCs). Monitor contractual status of those IPLCs being delivered by BLOS and manage contract renewals for IPLCs. 2. Engage with wider ISS to progress new requests for IPLC connectivity and progress for new IPLCs to support ISS projects and provide global connectivity. Review new requests and ensure the appropriate information is available through consultation and engage with Industry to provide IPLCs within timescales to support ISS projects, ensuring IPLC delivery meets the required standards and supports end to end communication Networks. 3. Provide advice and support to enable project managers to meet the requirements of global connectivity. 4. Identify, manage and elevate as necessary IPLC risks identified in the course of meeting team and personal objectives. 5. Lead for assuring all Skynet 5 infrastructure and management segment changes. 6. Lead on IPLC service performance and metric Analysis. Scrutinise and, if satisfied, provide support to the commissioning of circuits and contract renewals. 7. Engage with IPLC service providers to enable renewals quotes, problem resolution and circuit managament. 8. Act as the National Alliance Long Lines Activity (NALLA) Representative. This function assist demanders to order circuits and maintains a register of all UK circuits. 9. Process monthly invoices on Purhase to Payment (P2P) and manual invoices where necessary Ensure IPLC renewals are in place prior to contract expiry. Ensure requests for new IPLC are progressed in order to meet customer delivery schedules. Maintain an accurate record of all transactions Undertake CP&F training
  
Closing Date  
   08/08 14:30pm
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 420.00 - £ 420.00 per day
25292 - Programme Office Support - MOD - Andover - 5 months - £420 UMB
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 Yr investment of c16Bn. Person specification: We are looking for experienced and skilled individuals to provide proactive and targeted P3M subject matter expertise, advice and support as required to the Portfolio, Sub-Portfolio and Programme offices within the Army Change Portfolio. Duties will include leading on and providing support to areas such as: $2022; Programme/PMO delivery management $2022; Benefits management $2022; Risk, Issues & Opportunities management $2022; Assumptions & Dependencies management $2022; Planning, Scheduling & Resourcing $2022; Leadership, Comms & Stakeholder Engagement $2022; Governance $2022; Assurance & Compliance $2022; Change Control and Configuration Management $2022; MI reporting The individual must have a background in project/programme delivery with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage confidently with internal and external stakeholders at various levels of seniority. They should be able to use their own initiative, thinking creatively to resolve problems and conflicts but also work to established processes. Comfortable in a busy and changing environment, they must be sufficiently skilled and flexible to support a range of different P3M subject areas. KEY TASKS AND DELIVERABLES: Key tasks and deliverables will be based on the subject areas in the person specification including the creation of key programme documentation. ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS: The applicant must hold at least one formal project or programme management qualification, i.e. MSP, MoP, PRINCE2, APM, Managing Benefits, MoR; or be a member of a professional body in these areas.
 
Closing Date  
   23/10/2017 09.30am
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 250.00 - £ 250.00 per day
   
Site Supervisor, Worcestershire  
   
Site Supervisor required for the installation of pre-cast walls in a Category A Prison in Worcestershire.  
   
Project is due to start at the beginning of November and running for 1 month.  
   
Previous experience in construction of Category A Prisons is desirable and you must have or had in the past SC clearance.  
   
If interested please contact us ASAP as some additional checks will need to be completed before start.  
   
Contact Alicia Lovegrove on 01489 232 080
£ 565.00 - £ 565.00 per day
25155 - Scientific Challenges Specialist - £565 UMB - DSTL Porton Down - 20 days over 12 months
   
Client  
   DSTL
Role & Responsibilities
  • Chair, lead and facilitate a Hazop study of a chemical trial due to be undertaken at Dstl Porton Down. Provide recommendations to Division management and deliver a report to the project/trial management. 1.Prepare for Hazop by reviewing backgroud information such as process description, P&ID diagrams plant photographs and safety & operating manuals for the process. 2. Agree composition of Hazop team 3 Define the nodes to be studied 4. Agree guide words to be used 5. Undertake Hazop analysis 6. Draft Hazop report including all recommendations arising and present findings to stakeholders 7. Provide clarification or guidance regarding to any questions arising from the Hazop report. Substantial experience (min 10 years) as a HAZOP Chairman for high hazard facilities, for example,nuclear plant, bio-hazardous plant, toxic chemical plant or conventional industrial plant. Extensive experience of the production and management of safety cases for high hazard facilities would be an advantage e.g. toxic chemical plant, experimental facilities or explosives handling facilities. At least Masters level education in a technical subject
 
 
Closing Date  
   27/10/2017 @ 09:30
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 500.00 - £ 585.00 per day
25219 Programme Office Manager
 
P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 year investment of c16Bn.  
 
 
 
Role & Responsibilities  
We are looking for experienced and skilled individuals to provide proactive and targeted P3M subject matter expertise, advice and support as required to the Portfolio, Sub-Portfolio and Programme offices within the Army Change Portfolio.  
 
Duties will include leading on and providing support to areas such as:  •
Programme/PMO delivery management  •
Benefits management  •
Risk, Issues & Opportunities management  •
Assumptions & Dependencies management  •
Planning, Scheduling & Resourcing  •
Leadership, Comms & Stakeholder Engagement  •
Governance  •
Assurance & Compliance  •
Change Control and Configuration Management  •
MI reporting  
 
The individual must have a background in complex project/programme delivery with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage confidently with internal and external stakeholders at various levels of seniority. They should be able to use their own initiative, thinking creatively to resolve problems and conflicts but also work to established processes. Comfortable in a busy and changing environment, they must be sufficiently skilled and flexible to support a range of different P3M subject areas.  
 
Key tasks & deliverables
Key tasks and deliverables will be based on the subject areas in the person specification including the creation of key programme documentation.  
 
Additional Requirements
The applicant must hold at least one formal project or programme management qualification, i.e. MSP, MoP, PRINCE2, APM, Managing Benefits, MoR; or be a member of a professional body in these areas.
 
 
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 14.54 - £ 14.54 per hour
My Client is a well respected Facilities Management Company looking for a Supervisor Electrical Team in London.
 
You will be required to supervise all M&E and PPMs.  
 
If you are interested in the role or want more information email me on e.mears@englandassociates.co.uk or call 01489 232 080 and ask for Emma.
£ 14.54 - £ 14.54 per hour
My client is a well respected Facilities Management Company who are looking for a Supervisor for an Electrical team in London.  
 
You will be required to supervise all M&E works and PPMs.  
 
If you are interested in the role send your CV to e.mears@englandassociates.co.uk or call 01489 232 080 and ask for Emma, alternatively if you would like more information you can call or email too.
£ 345.00 - £ 345.00 per day
25078 - Project Manager - Bristol - £341 UMB - must have DV clearance
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities  
The post holder is responsible for the overall programme and day to day running of their projects, this includes management of studies, design, development, production, support and/or integration of specialist systems.  
This is to be completed whilst keeping within allocated financial budgets, commercial guidelines and agreed timescales as well as undertaking the following: Programme/project management Guidance on the content and staffing equipment requirement documents, procurement strategies and business case submission. Acquisition through life management plans. Staffing contract documentation through commercial and finance staff. Chair meetings. Safety and environmental management plans and safety case reports and chair safety meetings. Risk management plans and risk registers for projects, including risk reviews during project meetings. Monitor and control financial aspects of each project or contract.  
Produce forecasts of outturn and support the EP planning process. Prepare technical briefs, costing analysis, status reports and meeting minutes/notes. Liaison with all relevant agencies. Experience of managing Information Communication Technology (ICT projects). Experience of the MOD/DE&S assurance process to achieve gated submissions. The post holder must be able to work under his/her own initiative with minimal supervision, have a flexible approach to the day tasks required of a project manager and cope with a challenging workload. Good communication skills in dealing with customers, contractors etc and a sound knowledge of DE&S procurement processes. DV clearance is essential and must be a sole UK National
Experience of managing Information Communication Technology (ICT projects). Experience of the MOD/DE&S assurance process to achieve gated submissions.
 
 
Closing Date  
   16/10 10.30am
How to Apply  
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Must have DV Clearance
£ 315.00 - £ 315.00 per day
22194 - Project Manager - £315 UMB - Portsdown West - ASAP - 16/06/2018
   
Client  
DSTL
   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The Project Manager (PM) is accountable for leading the successful delivery of a project to time, cost and quality, operating within the bounds of their mandate and authorised Integrated Project Plan (IPP).
 
Designing, planning, and implementing a project which delivers the desired outputs, set out in the Project Mandate. Defining the project's governance framework including monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement, risk and issue management, quality and assurance, information management, resource management, procurement plan. Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks (Technical, Financial, Commercial, Health and Safety, Environmental, Security). Ensuring the appropriate capabilities (people, relationships, infrastructure, knowledge, licences to practice) are employed in the execution of the project. Tasking and management of external contracts, liaising with the Division Procurement Rep, Commercial, IP and others as appropriate Implementing Dstl's policies and processes and ensuring compliance with the Management System. Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information. Leading change management within permitted project tolerances; adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities. Defining tasks and success criteria and providing individuals with performance feedback. Enabling development of staff through project activities. Creating a positive working environment that aligns with Dstl Principles, supports diversity and enables staff working on their project to excel. Championing the development of Project Management. They hold specific accountability for: Recommending: o An IPP for delivery of the project o At project completion that information and knowledge has been captured and shared appropriately Deciding: o The acceptance of any deliverables provided by external organisations, taking advice from PTA, LTR and TP as appropriate.
 
Closing Date  
16/10 17.30   
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 120.00 - £ 200.00 per day
Job Title: Commercial Assistant  
Start Date: Immediate start  
Client:  
Our client is a well-respected national developer, who is one of the UK's leading house builders. The company has a reputation for building quality homes, and high profile projects.  
The client will provide an excellent salary for the ideal candidate.  
The role:  
We are currently recruiting for a Commercial Assistant, who is based around Greater London or Buckinghamshire area. This is an excellent temp to perm opportunity.
Responsibilities:
  • Calculating fee spend and completing payment applications,
  • Drafting invoice requests and working on bids for new work whilst also tracking team resource/utilisation.
  • Assisting with project planning.
Experience required:  
You will need to have excellent knowledge of Oracle, and the ability to effectively communicate with all levels of management.  
   
To apply please contact Akshay Lallbahadoor, Specialist Residential Recruiter, on 01489 232 080.
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