£ 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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£ 245.00 - £ 245.00 per day
24820 - Inventory Manager - Bristol - ASAP - 31/03/2018- £245 UMB - SC
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Undertake activities required of the Performance and Development reporting procedures in accordance with published programmes.
2. Management of in-service water capability assets within the available in year budget controls and available support resources to meet the customer's valid requirements for fit, available equipment within the terms of agreed CSA's with ES(Land)/Strike/JHC.  
3. Participate in stakeholder teams and meetings as required to support In-service Water Capability equipment to meet approved targets.  
4. Support OI Water Mgr 1 in the development of project documentation and its upkeep in-service by annual review and amendment as appropriate; including: TLMP, ESPD, EMPS, EMPL, AESP Risk, Safety and Environmental Management Plans and cases.  
5. Support OI Water Mgr 1 in maintaining up to date financial records for In-Service Water capability equipment.  
6. Support OI Water Mgr 1 the Provision of input to Finance staff for Equipment Plans (EP) and In Year Management (IYM) forecasts.  
7. Support OI Water Mgr 1 Provision of management reporting information and input to Project reporting as required, including DE&S corporate reporting, Customer 1 and Customer 2 reports, DI monthly Reviews.  
8. Provide Input into Post Design Services (PDS) committees, raising requisitions and monitoring of PDS activity.  
9. Support OI Water Mgr 1 in the management of Obsolescence and disposal of Water capability assets  
10. Maintain liaison with In Service water Capability equipment Stakeholders as necessary, and where appropriate by personal visits.  
11. Assist OI Water Mgr 1 and OI ILSM in support of procurement activity  
12. Support OI Water Mgr 1 in the investigation, resolution and implementation of solutions in respect of issues affecting in-service Water Capability equipment.  
13. Investigation and resolution of issues affecting in-service Water Capability equipment 14. Undertake Risk and Safety responsibilities i.a.w. respective Management plans
 
Closing Date  
   17/10 14.00pm
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£ 35.00 - £ 42.00 per hour
Software Engineers - Nationwide
 
We are looking for 20 + Software Engineers who have experience in any or a combination of the following
 
- LDRA
- Verification
- C++
- DO-178 (A, B or C)
 
Most of the roles are in a Defence environment so SC or DV Clearance will be an advantage
 
Pkease contact Sarah Clisby - 01489 232 080 or s.clisby@englandassociates.co.uk
£ 475.00 - £ 475.00 per day
24655 - Financial Analyst, MOD Core, Bristol, 6 months, £475 UMB  
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The role can be deployed across the entirety of the Finance function, either into Project Control or Finance and Accounting Roles. As such the role will be responsible for the execution of designated tasks and processes and the delivery of outputs to ensure that costs are identified, managed and controlled, providing support as necessary to ensure outputs meet cost identification and reporting requirements, including those of DE&S and Departmental finance systems. In a Finance and Accounting roles you will typically be responsible for General Ledger management, financial statements, posting entries to the GL, ensuring compliance with financial accounting treatment policy and reporting standards, and maintenance of the chart of accounts. In addition, there is responsibility for the consistency and accuracy of Bespoke Trading Entity and Equipment Plan management accounts, planning and budgeting and in-year management performance reporting (including population of MOD financial system). Within Project Control roles you will provide Cost Control experience for Delivery teams with regard to Financial Planning, In-Year Management, Risk, accruals and Business case assurance ensuring project/work package budgets are accurately captured and maintained within the appropriate financial and MI systems and produce regular forecast of outturn covering the in-year position and the estimate at completion (EAC) and that these are accurately reported in Departmental submissions such as the Annual Budgeting Cycle and Quarterly Cost Reviews. Combat systems has recently merged with Naval authority Group and the HQ, and needs Financial support to help rationalise the accounting across the 3 areas, whilst supporting summer costings and QRPC activities. The role is a key part of the Bespoke Trading Entity (BTE) Accounting for Fleet, and will deliver a range of Operating costs inputs.
 
Closing Date  
   09/10/2017 15:00pm
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£ 355.00 - £ 355.00 per day
24943 - Commerical Officer, DSTL Portsdown West or Porton Down, 120 days £355 UMB  
   
Client  
   DSTL
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Dstl is responsible for designing, developing and applying the very latest in science and technology for the benefit of UK defence and security, across government. We work with the best people with the best ideas around the world - from very small companies to world-class universities, large defence companies and sometimes other nations. We are looking for CTW (Contracted Temporary Worker) procurement professionals to provide procurement support to multiple areas of our business, whilst supporting the development of effective contractual relationships with external supplier base. The CTW will be required to place Research contracts in line with Dstl / MOD commercial policy. The requirements will be varied and require an understanding of MOD procurement policy to ensure a fair and compliant process is followed at all times.
Main Duties and Responsibilities  
$2022; Providing procurement and commercial service [within delegated authority limits] ensuring contracts and suppliers meet Dstl's requirements for operational and contractual delivery.  
$2022; Managing procurements through the development and implementation of effective contracts with appropriate suppliers, considering internal needs and supply market characteristics.  
$2022; Using a range of EU compliant procurement routes and tools as appropriate.  
$2022; Developing market and commodity intelligence, making use of internal and external data.  
$2022; Making use of effective procurement approaches and processes.  
$2022; Providing direct support and advice as appropriate, including acting as the 'advisor' on issues such as commercial approaches, evaluation processes and negotiation strategies.  
$2022; Developing strong relationships with stakeholders in order to fully understand their needs  
$2022; Using a range of supplier performance monitoring techniques to ensure business objectives are being achieved.  
$2022; Developing an understanding of the external supplier base supporting the Divisions. Skills and Experience Required  
 
Domain Knowledge - Contracting and procurement in the Defence and Security Environment. - Contracting for research. - Working knowledge of DSPCR and/or PCR.  - OJEU Experience would be beneficial Experience & Skills Essential  - Knowledge of EU Regulations - Contract management  
About you: - Experience of managing many stakeholders to provide resolutions to contractual issues. - Experience of successfully delivering effective supply chain management. - Excellent communication skills. - The ability to engage in robust negotiations while simultaneously building respect and strong relationships. - Experience of ensuring consistent and high quality commercial responses to contract and tender enquiries, balanced with meeting situational deadlines. - A flexible and resourceful approach with experience of identifying and securing win-win situations through effective influencing.
Formal Qualifications Required (Fieldglass - Additional Qualifications Required)
MCIPS accreditation or similar
Evaluation Criteria (Please place in order of importance, no more than 7)
1. Recent MOD procurement experience
2. Procurement experience  
3. Public Contract Regulations experience
 
Closing Date  
   03/2010 11.30am
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£ 30.00 - £ 30.00 per hour
UK
System Software Engineers - UK wide   
 
 
I have a number of System Software Engineer roles in Defence for a private client.  Ideally you will have a minimum of SC Clearance and an HM Forces background.
 
Rates are between £30 - £40.00 per hour (Dependent upon experience) and outside IR35.
 
Please contact me ASAP for further details
 
 
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£ 655.00 - £ 655.00 per day
UK
24424 Systems Safety and Environmental Officer, DSTL, Porton Down, 12 months, £655 UMB
   
Client  
   DSTL
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Formalise, design, agree and implement processes and training that will enable Dstl to demonstrate how it effectively and efficiently manages 4Cs (namely Control, Co-operation, Communication and Competence), and that it has competent, qualified and experienced people to discharge its legal and moral responsibilities. Main duties: 1. Complete a cradle to grave review of Dstl's and its facilities management contractor's current 4Cs policies and make recommendations for areas requiring improvement as well points of interface between the two policies and any potential risks and or issues that need immediate action 2. Develop a 4Cs improvement plan which includes key milestones and deliverables 3. Provide weekly progress updates to the Head of H&S and H&S Programme Manager Specific Requirements: 1. Review and amend where relevant the 'Workplace Safety' arrangements in the Dstl Management System (MS) to reflect the inputs, outputs and assurances of contractors and visitors to achieve 4Cs. Electronic copies will be available to the successful contractor and revised, finalised version will be required in a suitable format to meet Dstl Document Policy Requirements 2. Ensure that the above arrangements meet current and applicable legislative requirements, MOD Standards, industrial standards and Dstl Policy Processes and Guidance. 3. Review and Implement Core 4Cs Processes including: $2022; Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) $2022; Plant and Infrastructure Changes $2022; Reactive Maintenance $2022; Site Rules and Handbooks 4. The above processes have been mapped and await interface with Dstl, the Dstl FM Provider and the MOD standards. 5. Provide a suitable competency system for implementing 4Cs roles. Include appropriate briefings and training to build defined competencies. 6. The system will be based on the Dstl Learning Journey Format (see attached template) and will include key roles including: $2022; Head of Establishment $2022; Duty Holder $2022; Building Manager $2022; Workplace Supervisor $2022; Host 7. Formally monitor via pre-defined audits and inspections the effectiveness of the 4Cs arrangements at set schedules as agreed at contract start. Audit standard to meet Dstl Policy requirements (see attached annex). The following outputs are required: 1. Processes that link to Dstl H&S Policy, 2. Guidance for the processes that link to the Workplace (exisiting guidance where applicable requires review) 3. Interfaces with Dstl's FMS provider's arrangements for 4Cs 4. Competency Assessments of current persons adopting 4Cs roles 5. Training Courses that target critical roles within the 4Cs system 6. Monitoring activities to assure effective implementation. 7. Provide weekly progress updates to the Head of H&S and H&S Programme Manager ? Knowledge of JSP 375 ? Experience of delivering H&S within Defence ? Competent H&S (CMiosh) ? Experience in process design ? Experience in provision of training ? Competent in FMS (BiFM)
 
Closing Date  
   01/09 12.00pm
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£ 666.86 - £ 666.86 per day
UK
23956 Transformation Manager, Corsham, 4 months, £666.86 UMB, DV required
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  • A CVI is the socio-technical analysis of any system, platform, location or process, at any point in its lifecycle, to understand where it may be vulnerable to cyber-effects. CVIs are the first step in allowing Defence to understand their holistic cyber vulnerabilities, identify and prioritise potential cyber risks and inform how they should be managed. The investigation and subsequent reporting help senior decision makers understand their cyber risks, take ownership of them and, in turn, influence other key stakeholders' planning with regards to the through-life management of those risks. A CVI Manager is required to lead and manage a portfolio of investigations via Defence Industry across the Air Domain. Reporting to the CVI Transition Manager they will be responsible to the completion of Defence prioritised CVIs to time cost and quality, as well as providing technical assurance of the industry conducted investigations. They will lead the interaction with the Royal Air Force and other key stakeholders. Key Tasks: Lead and manage delivery of multiple CVIs across Air and Space themes. Responsible for technical assurance of industry delivered activity. Participate in the procurement activity.
 
 
Closing Date  
   01/09 13.00pm
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£ 340.00 - £ 340.00 per day
24531 Operations Manager, MOD Air, 6 months, £340, Abbeywood
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Key deliverables as defined in the CASP 17 for each platform and support to OGSM 1, 2 and 4. Tasking includes: o FIASTS BAU management (Monthly Financial Management and Reporting, Drumbeat progress reporting, Baseline documentation updates, Quarterly progress meetings, liaison with Contractor & on site RAF representative). All activities required to maintain baseline documentation, change management and performance reporting. o TSTS BAU management (Monthly Financial Management and Reporting, Drumbeat progress reporting, Baseline documentation updates, Quarterly progress meetings, liaison with Contractor & on site RAF representative) requirements and approvals for platform coherency to the simulator. All activities required to maintain baseline documentation, change management and performance reporting. Simulators are located at 4 sites: RAF Valley, RAF Lossiemouth, RAF Marham, RAF Lynton-on-Ouse, Thales Crawley. Travel will be required to all these sites at leat quarterly, utlising hire cars and air travel.
 
Closing Date  
   01/09 12.15pm
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£ 313.79 - £ 313.79 per day
24258 Operations Manager, MOD Air, 6 months, £313.79 UMB, Abbeywood
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The Air Platform Systems Team (APS) is responsible for meeting the needs of its Capability and Front Line customers through the provision and support of equipment and systems fielded on a wide range of platforms. Within APS, the Mode 5 Identification Firend or Foe (IFF) Project Team is the focal point for procuring and integrating Mode 5 Identification Equipment and provides advice and guidance to platform project teams as they make acquisition decisions concerning identification equipment. The Mode 5 IFF project will provide a secure and inter-operable IFF system to multiple platform types. This is a complex project covering a large number of diverse platform types in all three branches of the Armed Forces. These include ships, submarines, rotary wing, transport types and ground based air defence systems and radars. The contract was awarded in May 17 to the Single Prime Contractor. The post holder shall support the Mode 5 Project Manager in the management of the procurement, integration, installation and support of IFF equipment across all three domains (Air Land and Maritime). The post holder will be responsible for the following activities: $2022; Schedule control to include planning, monitoring and control of the Mode 5 project schedule. $2022; To analyse and assess the Contractor production and embodiment schedule against the contract award baseline. $2022; Monitor and report to the Project Manager the performance of the project team schedule and critical path. $2022; Support the Project Manager on schedule matters at internal meetings. $2022; Engagement with Defence Lines Of Development to ensure project dependencies, enablers, constraints and risks are properly identified and managed in the schedule. $2022; Fully conversant with Microsoft Enterprise Project (EPM2010) and Primavera P6. The post holder is required to be self motivating and able to work together with the other project scheduler.
 
Closing Date  
        01/09 10.30am   
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£ 340.00 - £ 340.00 per day
24536, Operations Manager, MOD Air, 6  months, £340 UMB
   
Client  
MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Key deliverables as defined in the CASP 17 for each platform and support to OGSM 1, 2 and 4. Tasking includes: o HSTF BAU management (Monthly Financial Management and Reporting, Drumbeat progress reporting, Baseline documentation updates, Quarterly progress meetings, liaison with Contractor & om site RAF representative) o PPP/PFI RMADS update (SoW, BC, SMS, FATS competition, Control & acceptance of deliverables). o PPP/PFI Baseline Change Request Mgr. Simulators are located at RAF Valley, travel will be at least quarterly plus an extended period in September for acceptance management.
 
Closing Date  
   01-09 10.00am
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£ 340.00 - £ 340.00 per day
Project Engineer, DSG Donnington, 6 months, £340 UMB
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Inventory Management $2022; Suggest ways of improving the optimisation of the SC performance by the team including ideas for implementation. $2022; Analyse E0 stock holdings to produce targeted review packages. $2022; Agree business rules relating to E0 stock reclassification with individual PTs $2022; Undertake pre visit administration and physical inspection of E0 stock held at Donnington. $2022; Make eE0 to A1, repair or disposal recommendations to the PTs, facilitating their visits to Donnington to conduct inspections as required. $2022; Ensure the data integrity of all records reviewed $2022; Ensure that materiel re-designated is actioned by Donnington staff. $2022; Become comfortable in the use of Optimised Support Planning (OSP) tools and the Inventory Managers Dashboard (IMDB), as required and complete tasks associated with these tools to the schedule given by the LM. $2022; Ensure that master data in CRISP is kept up-to-date. $2022; Undertake a reduction in total demands past required delivery date (DPRDD).
 
 
Closing Date  
   08/08 11.00am
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