£ 450.00 - £ 500.00 per day
The ADC Manager has overall responsibility for the results of the Assessment & Development Centre. This includes: 
On the Assessment or Development Centre day: 
• Lead the ADC days to observe participants during exercises, capture assessor scores and summary statements. 
• Ensure assessors are following the guidance, applying the rating scales correctly and ensuring objective assessment. This will include providing live feedback to the assessors throughout the day and subsequently, where necessary. 
• Manage the effective running of the moderation meeting at the end of each ADC day, leading the discussion on each participant, listening to, and potentially challenging, assessors’ scores and commentary to support accurate results and output reports. 
After the Assessment or Development Centre day: 
• Ensuring that the output reports are an accurate reflection of performance, are of high quality and are produced within 5 working days of the ADC. 
• Ensuring a quality detailed feedback conversation is available to both participants and for internal participants, their line manager, delivered either face to face or via the phone. 
• Recording and monitoring a number of metrics around feedback e.g. tracking number of days for reports to be issued and feedback to be given; logging responses to feedback. 
• Undertaking detailed analysis of results to enable conclusions to be drawn about the commercial population being assessed, as well as the assessors and materials identifying key trends and themes. 
• Working with Talent teams to ensure the most appropriate development plans are put in place. 
As part of the wider Assessment & Development Centre team: 
• Delivering briefings and training to new assessors joining the programme. 
• Delivering kick off events, participant briefings and masterclasses to individuals due to attend the Assessment & Development Centre or those undertaking a resit. 
• Participating in a number of ad hoc projects as the team grows. 
The Centre is primarily based in Barbican, London but may occasionally be at centres throughout the country and the team will be expected to travel to those locations as and when required. At present we expect this requirement to be around 2 to 3 days per month shared amongst the team of ADC managers, but this is subject to change. 

As the GCO matures and develops the ADC Manager will be required to support the changing needs of both the ADC team and supporting the wider team. In addition there are ad hoc opportunities to participate in a number of activities to support the other teams, for example facilitating at Learning & Development sessions and providing coaching to GCO members. 

Person Specification: 

Essential Criteria: 
• Experience in delivering feedback (face to face) from Assessment and Development centres. 
• Detailed knowledge of Learning & Development best practice. 
• Experience of working with senior stakeholders, both as part of a team of peers and being confident yet sympathetic when holding challenging conversations. 
• Excellent attention to detail in both team environments and in written reports and communication. 
• Experience identifying and implementing interventions to address skills gaps. 

Experience: 
• Ideally you will have experience of running moderation sessions in an Assessment and Development centre environment. 
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the Engineering Design Lead is to lead on the engineering design, Test, Evaluation and Transition into service of new or changed services. The role will act as the lead focal point for FVEY engineering decisions.
£ 500.00 - £ 500.00 per day
The purpose of the CSOG Transition Lead is to establish and run the CSOG Implementation Planning. The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands. The incumbent will need to develop and maintain robust relationships with the FVEY national engineering and delivery agents, to ensure that all initiatives meet the requirements of the FVEY community.
£ 450.00 - £ 500.00 per day
The purpose of the PPT Lead is to establish and run Pegasus Project Activity. The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands. The incumbent will need to develop and maintain robust relationships with the FVEY national engineering and delivery agents, to ensure that all initiatives meet the requirements of the FVEY community. Technical stakeholder engagement will be a key activity of the PPT Lead.
£ 50000.00 - £ 70000.00 per annum
Job Title: Project Manager    
Location: Central London  
Salary: £50,000 - £70,000 + package    
Start date: ASAP       
     
I am working with a main contractor in the Berkshire area who are looking for an experienced Project Manager to join an existing team of passionate and dedicated employees on a £25m hotel in Central London. The individual will need to have large project experience, as the client deals with £15m upwards.
 
Roles and responsibilities:
  • Planning and Time Management - to ensure that projects are completed within set timeframes.
  • Resource Management - ensuring that equipment is available throughout the building project.
  • Financial and Budget Management - making sure that the project is completed within a financial budget.
  • Communication - arranging meetings and ensuring that all stakeholders are aware of the project's progress.
  • Delegation and Motivation - ensuring that tasks are delegated effectively and staffs remain motivated to complete the project to a high standard.

Personal specification:
  • Previous industry experience
  • Experience working on leisure projects
  • Experience working on commercial
  • Flexible with working hours and have the ability to travel within the local area on a regional and national basis when required
  • Ability to take ownership and solve problems and implement actions
  • Commitment to customer care and customer focus
 
Rewards and benefits:    
The salary is dependent on experience, plus benefits- please get in contact if you wish to know more information about this.    
     
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£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the Service Design Lead is to start with a set of new or changed business requirements and culminates with the development of a service solution. It will develop the Service Design Package: containing the steps for the build, test and deployment of new or changes services. Each requirement is analysed, documented and agreed, and a solution design is produced that is then compared with the strategies and constraints from Service Strategy to ensure that it conforms to corporate and IT policies. The design must ensure that this new or changed service is consistent with all other services, and that all other services that interface with, underpin or depend on the new or changed service are consistent with the new service.
£ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
DV Cleared Communications Technology Manager
 
Contract starting 1/6/2019 until 30/9/2020
 
You will be establishing and leading the Pegasus Project Activity.
 
The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands.
 
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£ 450.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the PPT Lead is to establish and run Pegasus Project Activity. The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands. The incumbent will need to develop and maintain robust relationships with the FVEY national engineering and delivery agents, to ensure that all initiatives meet the requirements of the FVEY community. Techncial stakeholder engagement will be a key activity of the PPT Lead.
£ 516.00 - £ 516.00 per hour
14605 - Service Transition Manager, London 6 months £516 Umb
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  • At least a minimum of 3 years’ experience of successfully supporting projects and working with multi-disciplinary teams to deliver results within fixed timeframes with limited resource.Experience of organising teams, establishing processes and working to deadlines. Previous experience of using Microsoft Office tools, including SharePoint solutions would be advantageous.
    Security Clearance: SC
    Interview Process: F2F
 
Closing Date  
   Friday 10th May 5pm
How to Apply  
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If you would like more information please call Rachel Millican on 01489 232 080  
   
Must have SC / DV Clearance
£ 80000.00 - £ 90000.00 per annum
Job Title: Scaffolding Operations Director  
Location: Central London        
Salary: £80,000 - £90,000 + package        
Start date: ASAP             
         
As Operations Director, you will have overall responsibility of the strategic, operational and commercial management of the Company’s services.    
     
Reporting jointly to the Group Chairman and Group Managing Director, an important aspect of the role will include raising the Company’s profile within the industry, overseeing the the quality of service delivery and HSE compliance across Company, finding new business opportunities, establishing innovation ideas for business development and expansion, working with our Clients and key stakeholder's whilst being the point of contact for our projects operational and commercial direction.      
     
Experience in overseeing the budget of different scaffolding projects along with extensive practical experience and knowledge of Health and Safety and commercial and operational management within the construction industry is essential for the role.        
         
Roles and responsibilities:
  • Oversee the management of scaffolding operations for the Business   
  • Implementing and being responsible for the management systems on all projects
  • Structure the Management Team to provide a professional and efficient service
  • Give defined and structured instruction to the Senior Management on the implementation of the Management Systems and ensure the ongoing monitoring and improvement of these systems
  • Commit to the improvement and quality of our managers and supervisors.
  • Managing the Company’s asbestos licence application and implementation
  • Produce and monitor the Company’s Operations Manual
  • Raise the Company’s profile within the industry
  • Improve internal communication and establishing continuity in the management reporting system
  • Bring new and innovative ideas into the business service
  • Create a culture of ‘inclusion’ and ‘ownership’ within the teams and empowering your Senior Management to do the same with their managers and staff.
 
 Personal specification:
  • Excellent commercial experience and acumen
  • At all times act in a manner compliant with a statutory appointment of Company Director, where relevant.
  • Hold the relevant asbestos qualifications as required by HSE.  
  • Extensive experience in managing a Construction Logistics Operations and/or Commercial department and senior staff
  • Proven experience in business development and strategic business planning  
  • Proven ability to source new business and clients  
  • Innovative management skill with the ability to motivate and encourage senior teams.
  • Confident in presenting the company services and interests at Director level.   
  • Ability to effectively management financial and commercial aspects of projects and achieve results within budget.
  • Experience in managing complex team structures   
  • Ability to prepare projects execution plans and predictions
  • Extensive experience in construction logistics project management and apply effective models for their teams.
 
Rewards and benefits:        
The salary is dependent on experience, plus benefits- please get in contact if you wish to know more information about this.        
         
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£ 35000.00 - £ 50000.00 per annum
Painting Surveyor - Location: London - Competitive Salary    
           
Position  
We have an opportunity for an experienced Quantity Surveyor who thrives on having that balance of, putting the customer first, profit and being confident in the handling of painting/cyclical contracts.
We are looking for a Quantity Surveyor who matches that ambition to secure work and build long lasting relationships.  
Responsibilities
  • To be a part of making this business successful you will have full responsibility for the commercial accountability of the contracts/ works you are on.
  • You will prepare tenders, build relationships in order to secure business.
  • You will measure and calculate rates for estimating and ensure all work issued have labour targets to return agreed performance.
  • You will develop the necessary relationships internally with the Contracts Manager and the direct labour workforce, along with the sub-contractors and suppliers to ensure the work is completed on time, within the margin and… you have made profit.
  • You will be producing and have full accountability for your CVR's
  • You will ensure productivity targets are agreed and issued before contract start
  • You will ensure the client is satisfied with the works and continue to build the relationship to secure future business.
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    2. Candidate Information
  • Proven experience in a similar estimating and surveying role
  • The ability to measure and price works from first principles
  • The accountability to manage your contracts successfully
  • Experience of working with direct labour and sub-contractors
     
If you are interested in this position, please contact me as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.     
£ 45000.00 - £ 55000.00 per annum
Job Title: Estimator  
Location: Central London    
Salary: £45,000 - £55,000 + package    
Start date: ASAP         
     
As an estimator your role will include calculating and preparing construction logistics tender submissions for future projects and working out what a contract will cost to deliver whilst ensuring it returns a profit. You may also work on quotes based on variations or additional requirements to existing scope. You will need to be methodical and have the ability to pay attention to details.  
 
You will be working towards strict deadlines with the core aim of winning work for the Company. The role is predominantly office-based, although there may be a requirement to visit sites and clients’ premises for meetings.  
 
This role reports directly to the Senior Estimator and will work closely with quantity surveyors and operations.   
     
Roles and responsibilities:
  • Understanding the scope requirements and raising queries to issue back to the client;
  • Estimating the type and quantity of labour, plant and materials necessary to deliver the contract against the received scope and specifications;
  • Establishing the likely progress and completion rates for risk items, including allowances for bad weather and other unforeseen circumstances;  
  • Calculating an estimated cost, supplemented by adjustments for overheads and profit, and presenting a tender price for review with the Senior Estimator, Tender Submissions Executive or Managing Director.  
  • To provide accurate cost estimates and supporting technical information to enable the Company to submit competitive tenders.
  • Prepare enquiry schedules and liaise with the Buying Department in the selection of appropriate companies from whom quotations should be sought.
  • Obtain sufficient quotations to enable valued commercial judgements at the settlement meeting.
  • Provide all information regarding Tenders as and when requested by the Commercial Manager or Managing Director  
  • Produce analytical rate build up information for Bills of Quantities as instructed in an accurate and well detailed format.
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 Personal specification:
  • Relevant qualification in construction or estimating
  • Previous experience as an estimator in a construction environment or as a Construction Quantity Surveyor carrying out some estimating roles
  • Ability to accurately analyse quotations received.
  • Ability to Prepare preliminary costs
  • Experience in Presenting estimates  
  • Ability to assess contract conditions.
  • Strong data entry skills and attention to detail/accuracy
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent customer service skills and ability to deal with complaints professionally
  • Must be numerate and computer literate (working with MS Project, Excel & Word)
  • Ability to work using your own initiative and cope with pressure  
  • Experience in estimating for construction logistics packages
 
Rewards and benefits:    
The salary is dependent on experience, plus benefits- please get in contact if you wish to know more information about this.    
     
If you would like more information on this role and are interested, please click the apply button below!
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