£ 25.00 - £ 25.00 per hour
Job title: Highway Supervisor  
Location:  Hampshire  
Salary: £25 per hour  
10 hour night shifts  
Must have either a Gold or Black CSCS card  
 
 
Immediate start working on smart/Fast track motorway's until
November.  
 
 
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£ 25.00 - £ 25.00 per hour
Job title: Highway Supervisor  
Location:  Berkshire
Salary: £25 per hour  
10 hour night shifts  
Must have either a Gold or Black CSCS card  
Immediate start working on smart/Fast track motor ways until November.  
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£ 25.00 - £ 25.00 per hour
Job title: Highway Supervisor  
Location:  Surrey  
Salary: £25 per hour  
10 hour night shifts  
Must have either a Gold or Black CSCS card  
Immediate start working on smart/Fast track motorway's until November.  
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£ 273.22 - £ 273.22 per day
29360 - IT Trainer, South East    
Client - MOD  
     
Role & Responsibilities
  • The post holder is required to deliver lessons in Information Principles and information related legislation and regulation to Information Professionals across Defence as part of their employment training, including senior staff.
  • The post holder, as an experienced and qualified lecturer, will provide the high level engagement necessary to affect information management behavior in defence.
  • As an information management lecturer, the post holder is also required to provide liaison with ISS and other key stakeholders to capture, research and design effective training and education for up to 1* target audience on behalf of ISS head of information professions.
  • The successful individual must be able to demonstrate their ability to deliver and maintain lessons on information management professional courses.
  • In particular, they must lead on information risk management and assurance and liaise with relevant departmental stakeholders and policy areas.
  • A key role will be to assist with delivery of SharePoint practical training (familiarity and a working knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint is, therefore, highly desirable).
  • The successful individual must be confident and have the ability to deliver to students from junior staff to junior director level.
 
Closing Date - 17th July at 11:30  
     
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£ 25000.00 - £ 30000.00 per annum
Customer Care Coordinator - Permanent FTC - Hampshire - £26,000+  
 
Introduction                            
An exciting new permanent opportunity has arisen for a Customer Care Coordinator to join our client based in the Hampshire area. This role involves providing an excellent level of Customer Service meeting needs of the clients and their New Homes!  
   
This will be a fixed term contract for maternity cover.                         
                           
Client Overview                            
Our client, a high-end bespoke house builder currently have a vacancy within their Customer Care team, this role offers an excellent package as well as a great company.               
                     
The Role                            
- Reporting to the Customer Care Manager you will deliver an excellent level of customer care service meeting the needs of homeowner after the sale.          
- Provide support and advice to sub-contractors and operatives.                          
- Deliver all services within the guidance of data protection legislation.                
- Speak with Site or Constructions teams as necessary to ensure customers’ queries are answered accurately, efficiently and consistently.         
- Occasionally meet with home owners for demo and hand-over's.    
- Assist the Operations team with their administration  
                                  
Key Skills        
- Experience with a high end national or regional Housebuilder.      
- Excellent Customer Service Skills        
- Excellent telephone manner        
         
For more information please apply below or call Christopher Ellis at England Associates.
£ 29120.00 - £ 29120.00 per annum
I am looking for a Roofer/Roofing Fabricator to provide Fabric Maintenance and repairs to public buildings around the Hampshire area. This will be anything from Schools, Police Stations, Museums or Libraries. You will need to be experienced in  delivering high quality roofing repairs and carrying out maintenance on a number of properties.  
Role   
You will be responsible to maintain high client satisfaction through delivery of roofing maintenance and repairs services ensuring a consistent and safe environment and balancing changing priorities.  
Essential Qualifications:   
NVQ Level 2  
PASMA trained
Full Clean driving licence
CSCS
DBS
Benefits   
Competitive salary.
You will be working for a highly reputable company, one of the UK's largest property services companies, at the forefront of looking after the built environment with particular expertise in the social housing, education and commercial sectors.
The client understands and recognises that their people define the organisation and help them to grow, therefore are always looking to promote within.
    
If you are interested in this position, please contact me as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.     
 
£ 30000.00 - £ 40000.00 per annum
Assistant/ intermediate Quantity Surveyor
- National house builder - Hampshire
 
A national house builder are looking for an assistant/ intermediate surveyor to join their team in North Hampshire. The current project they are working on is a high volume development of 2500 units; these are traditional/ timber frame 2-5 bedroom homes.
 
The salary for this role is between £30-40k plus 12% bonus and pension scheme.
 
If you are interested please get in touch!
£ 325.00 - £ 345.00 per day
29388 - Commercial Officer, South East  
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • The purpose of the role is to provide advanced Excel modelling skills to support the development of professional, robust and auditable financial models for the Defence Estate Optimisation Rotary Wing Programme.
 
  • Key Accountabilities:
  • Create complex financial models to support investment appraisals, affordability assessments
  • Take ownership of model development in all stages of the modelling life cycle (scope, specify, design, build, test, use)
  • Engage with the Financial Scrutiny and Decision Support Team (FSDST) and ensure that FSDST standards and requirements are met
  • Engage with data providers to develop data requirements and ensure models are efficiently aligned to input data
  • Engage with stakeholders to define reporting requirement Essential: • Advanced Excel technical modelling skills and technique, including VBA • Ability to create clear process maps and detailed instruction manuals for models
  • Knowledge of financial principles
  • Confident in managing demanding stakeholders
  • A self-starter with a passion for data and attention to detail. A high level of curiosity, intellectual agility and statistical fluency is essential. Desirable:
  • CIMA/ACA/ACCA qualified or equivalent
  • Previous commercial experience and modelling within different business environments desirable, typically within a finance context
  • Experience of working in the defence or government sectors
  • ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Experience of building a model that has been taken through CAAS assurance and MOD IAC and is familiar with the relevant MOD policies and processes.
 
Closing Date 10th July 2018 at 10:50
   
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 217.66 - £ 217.66 per day
29289 - Analyst Pilot, South East    
     
Client MOD    
     
Role & Responsibilities
  • The Analyst Pilot position is located at Middle Wallop and is a member of the HQ Army Air Corps (AAC) Training Development Team (TDT), conducting Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) compliant role analysis for centralised and distributed flying training courses.
 
  • The individual will work in a small mixed military and civilian team and be required to work with minimal supervision. Candidates must have experience of DSAT (QS) and processes for training development and/or course analysis/design and, an understanding of training delivery and Army aviation. The role requires collaborative work including effective engagement with all AAC units (specifically aircrew) and industry contractors delivering Army aviation training.
 
  • The individual is responsible for: a. The conducting of DSAT compliant Role Analysis for both centralised (AACen) and distributed training (Field Army) courses. b. Specialist Role Analysis and production of Role Performance and Formal Training Statements and conducting Training Needs Evaluation.Production of Role Performance, Formal Training statements and conducting needs analysis. c. Conducting external validation of AAC Individual Training. d. Updating and developing AAC courses as appropriate by analysis of training observation reports, Inval and Exval data. e. Updating and developing AAC courses as appropriate by monitoring developments in equipment, manning/trade policy, doctrine, legislation. f.
 
  • Liaise with other staff in Trg and Pers Branch, and other agencies including JHC, AACen, Fd Army, civilian contractors and ARTD to ensure coherence across development of AAC Pilot Trg. g. Act as the liaison for Training Branch for all matters regarding TAFMIS TAD. Must have pilot experience ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have proven written and oral communication skills and attention to detail is essential. The candidate must hold a Cat B license in order to conduct visits to AAC units 
 
Closing Date  10th July at 11:50  
     
How to Apply    
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 383.98 - £ 403.98 per day
29405 - Project Manager, South East   
   
Client  DSTL  
   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The contractor is expected to perform the project management role as detailed in the Dstl role profile (attached). The projects that the candidate will be delivering focus on improving the way MOD manages the reliability and maintain ability of capability across the Navy, Army and Air Force and Government. Main duties and responsibilities include: 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 Integrated Project Plan (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 Project Technical Authority (PTA), Lead Technical Reviewer (LTR) and Technical Partner (TP) as appropriate. 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
 
Closing Date 19th July 2018 at 15:55  
   
How to Apply  
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If you would like more information please call me on 01489 232 080  
   
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 383.98 - £ 403.98 per day
29405 - Project Manager , South East  
   
Client  DSTL  
   
Role & Responsibilities  
 
The contractor is expected to perform the project management role as detailed in the DSTL role profile (attached). The projects that the candidate will be delivering focus on improving the way MOD manages the reliability and maintain ability of capability across the Navy, Army and Air Force and Government. Main duties and responsibilities include: 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 Integrated Project Plan (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 Project Technical Authority (PTA), Lead Technical Reviewer (LTR) and Technical Partner (TP) as appropriate.
 
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.  
 
experience required  
 
Essential • Project Management. • Awareness of the capability and S&T disciplines required to deliver the requirements. • Financial Management - Budgeting and resource allocation. • Commercial awareness • People Leadership. • Risk Management. • Managing complex customer relationships • Use of Microsoft Project 2010. • Use of sharepoint software. Desirable: • Understanding of the Defence and Security context. • Understanding of DSTL’s business model. • Understanding of the relevant Account environments. • Understanding of the relevant programme and desired outcomes. • Experience and comfort with using Project Web App
 
 
Closing Date  
19th July 2019 at 15:55
How to Apply  
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Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 217.66 - £ 217.66 per day
29289 - Analyst Pilot , South East  
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • The Analyst Pilot position is located at Middle Wallop and is a member of the HQ Army Air Corps (AAC) Training Development Team (TDT), conducting Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) compliant role analysis for centralised and distributed flying training courses.
  • The individual will work in a small mixed military and civilian team and be required to work with minimal supervision. Candidates must have experience of DSAT (QS) and processes for training development and/or course analysis/design and, an understanding of training delivery and Army aviation. The role requires collaborative work including effective engagement with all AAC units (specifically aircrew) and industry contractors delivering Army aviation training. The individual is responsible for:
  • a. The conducting of DSAT compliant Role Analysis for both centralised (AACen) and distributed training (Field Army) courses.
  • b. Specialist Role Analysis and production of Role Performance and Formal Training Statements and conducting Training Needs Evaluation.Production of Role Performance, Formal Training statements and conducting needs analysis.
  • c.Conducting external validation of AAC Individual Training.
  • d. Updating and developing AAC courses as appropriate by analysis of training observation reports, Inval and Exval data.
  • e. Updating and developing AAC courses as appropriate by monitoring developments in equipment, manning/trade policy, doctrine, legislation.
  • f. Liaise with other staff in Trg and Pers Branch, and other agencies including JHC, AACen, Fd Army, civilian contractors and ARTD to ensure coherence across development of AAC Pilot Trg.
  • g. Act as the liaison for Training Branch for all matters regarding TAFMIS TAD. Must have pilot experience ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have proven written and oral communication skills and attention to detail is essential. The candidate must hold a Cat B license in order to conduct visits to AAC units.
 
Closing Date  10th July at 11:50
   
How to Apply  
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If you would like more information please call me on 01489 232 080  
   
Must have SC / DV Clearance
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