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Ref: MJ02968E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Salary: £25,000 to £28,000 + Benefits
Location: North Kent

Job Description:

We are recruiting for an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to work as part of a Group to assist in the role of Employer’s Agent/Client’s Representative and to undertake other surveying duties as may be required from time to time within the capabilities of the candidate. You will be working on a wide range of high profile new build housing and regeneration projects within London and the South East.

Main Responsibilities -

  • Assisting senior members of staff in Employer’s Agent and Client Representative
  • Working on various stages of projects from inception to completion
  • Working within a team to meet deadlines
  • Working within a team to meet budget targets
  • Provide a high standard of quality work
  • Accurate record keeping
  • Minute taking of meetings
  • Maintaining risk registers, Client reports and internal filing processes

Experience -

  • Minimum of 1 years’ experience required

Personal Skills -

  • An ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, members of the project team and your Client
  • Must demonstrate attention to detail
  • Must be good at problem solving and thinking ahead

Qualifications -

  • A relevant University degree and working towards APC/RICS qualifications
  • Clean full UK Driver’s License

This represents a good opportunity to join a well-established and forward-thinking organisation with excellent career prospects.

 

Ref: MJ02963E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor/Estimator (Small Works)
Salary: £50,000 to £60,000 + Benefits
Location: Kent

Job Description:

Our client is a highly successful Kent based contractor within the construction sector, with a multi sector client base to include residential, education, commercial, industrial and leisure.

They are now looking to recruit an experienced Quantity Surveyor/Estimator to head up the Small Works division, which is looking at a continued increase in workload through 2019.

All sites are in Kent, with projects ranging in value from £500,000 up to £5,000,000. Typical projects will be small new builds, refurbishments and some restoration and fit out.

The successful applicant will -

  • Be experienced in managing both the operations and commercial aspects of the projects.
  • Have NEC Contract experience.
  • Have experience working on Small Works projects up to £5,000,000.
  • Able to work on multiple projects.
  • Able to successfully organise sub-contractors and direct operatives.
  • Prepare Project Costings, Final Accounts, Schedules of Rates.
  • Attend Pre-start and Handover meetings.
  • Ensure profit margin targets are met.

If you are looking for a new challenge and would prefer to work in the Kent region, then this is the ideal role!

 

Ref: MJ02962E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Clerk of Works
Salary: £40,000 to £42,000
Location: Kent/London

Job Description:

We are recruiting for a Clerk of Works, preferably qualified (MICW), capable of working under his/her own initiative and as part of a group.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate an ability to undertake inspections of building works in progress, liaising with Building Contractors and preparing reports for contract administrators and Employers’ Agents.

Knowledge of Housing Corporation Scheme Development Standards together with familiarity of timber framed and modern methods of construction would be an advantage.

The successful applicant will be working on a variety of New Build – Design and Build projects and regeneration projects throughout the United Kingdom
The work will involve undertaking regular inspections of construction work to monitor progress, verifying compliance with contractual drawings, warranty standards and Employers’ requirements, identifying discrepancies, preparing written reports on weekly intervals and organising snagging inspections with the Client in attendance.
This represents a good opportunity to join a well-established and forward-thinking organisation with excellent career prospects.

 

 

Ref: MJ02951E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Setting Out Engineer
Salary: £30,000 to £35,000
Location: Ashford

Job Description:

Our client is a multi-disciplined construction firm working within the Civil, Highways, Construction and Rail Sectors.

They now have an exciting opportunity for a Setting-Out Engineer to join their Southern Division.

The position will be based out of their Kent offices, but will necessitate travel to/from their construction sites in London and the South East.

Applicants should hold a full UK driving licence.

The role will involve:

  • The ability to interpret Setting out Drawings / Strings
  • Setting out line and level using co-ordinates via Total Station
  • An understanding of Civil Engineering works
  • To receive all drawings and information and set out sites in accordance with same.
  • To provide all necessary as built drawings and information.
  • To provide all calculations in respect of quantities, temporary works and statutory authorities.
  • To plot information from and to survey equipment.
  • Undertake survey works – pre-commencement and upon completion.
  • Document control of on-site drawings and drawing register.
  • To keep measuring equipment in a suitable condition for accurate measurement.
  • To identify design errors before implementation on site and liaise with designers.

The successful Engineer will have:

  • Experience in the use of CAD software.
  • CSCS Card.
  • Previous experience working within the construction industry with an understanding of building and civil engineering works including understanding of site paperwork and photos.
  • An understanding of street works.
  • An awareness of Health and Safety policies
  • The ability to adapt to client’s requirements
  • Must be self-motivated
  • Good communication skills
  • Must be adaptable, the role will be mainly office based but site visits to the London and various South East regions would be necessary at times and early starts, late finishes and night working may be necessary at times.

 

 

Ref: MJ02944E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Graduate Surveyor
Salary: £20,000 to £23,000 + financial support for continued studies
Location: Cambridge

Job Description:

Our client is a large multi-disciplinary organisation that encompasses diverse skills and specialities to provide a comprehensive range of professional services to the UK building and construction industry.

They are now seeking a Graduate Building Surveyor or Quantity Surveyor who is either recently qualified or working towards their APC (graduates straight from University will be very much considered).

You will be involved in a diverse range of building projects, assisting more senior members of the group in the preparation of specifications and employers’ requirements, production of feasibility and budget estimates, monitoring work and quality in progress, and preparing valuations and final accounts.

You will have a keen eye for detail, be interested in new build construction, and in particular the residential and higher education sectors, which form a large proportion of the office’s current workload.

You will be well presented, confident and ambitious and able to work under your own initiative but not afraid to ask for assistance and advice where required.

Communication skills are a key requirement as well as the ability to solve problems, work diligently and professionally, with an ability to manage your own time efficiently.

The role presents great opportunities for individuals with the ability to nurture client relationships to produce repeat business.

You will be provided with full support and training to develop your career within a new and exciting office within an established firm.

This role offers financial support by our client to work towards APC as well as CPD thereafter

 

Ref: MJ02913E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Senior Estimator / Estimator
Salary: up to £60,000 to £70,000 + Benefits
Location: Kent

Job Description:

Our client is an Award Winning Kent based Contractor, with many years experience in the building industry, specialising in residential, education, commercial and leisure sectors for County and District Councils and Private Clients across the South East.

They are now recruiting for an experienced Estimator to join their growing business.

Main duties will include -

  • Analysing Tender documentation and capturing Client requirements.
  • Producing accurate BOQs for pricing purposes to reflect our Clients’ requirements.
  • Pricing traditional and design and build contracts.
  • Carrying out site visits, Assimilating information and taking account of in tender pricing.
  • Preparing sub-contractor enquiry documents.

Required experience:

  • 3 Years Estimating Experience

Salary will be competitive and dependent on the successful applicant’s level of skills and experience

 

Ref: MJ02911E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Quality Technical Inspector
Salary: £45 - £50K
Location: Orpington

Job Description:

We are currently recruiting for a Quality Technical Inspector, preferably qualified (MICWCI, MCIOB), with good technical knowledge, capable of working under their own initiative and as part of a group.

This is initially a 12 month fixed term contract, but due to anticipated growth, the role would likely become a permanent position of employment thereafter.

The individual’s previous experience may be in the role of Clerk of Works, experienced Site Manager roles, Building Control Surveyor, Technical Inspector for NHBC/BLP/Premier.


Duties:

  • The successful candidate will need to demonstrate experience in both new-build and refurbishment, having a detailed knowledge of various forms of construction and ability to undertake inspections of building works in progress.
  • The individual will need to be used to liaising closely with Building Contractors.
  • Reading drawings, issue site inspection reports, research technical data are key skills required for the role.
  • Accustomed and comfortable working as part of an existing team.
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Word and Outlook (and Excel is desirable but not essential) to prepare specific reports under the direction of a team leader.
  • Undertaking regular inspections of construction work to monitor progress and quality, verifying compliance with contractual drawings, specifications, warranty standards and Employer’s Requirements, identifying discrepancies, preparing written reports with supporting photographs.
  • The work will also involve close liaison with Main Contractors’ site teams to review and advise on quality management.
  • There may also be a requirement to visit manufacturer’s factories/yards to review quality further afield so a full driving licence is required.

 


 
 

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Ref: MJ02969E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Senior Engineer
Salary: £45,000 to £55,000 (DOE) + Benefits
Location: North Kent

Job Description:

We are recruiting for a SENIOR ENGINEER with a minimum of five years experience working in Civil or Structural Engineering, to act as lead or sole designer on a variety of projects, from inception through to completion.

Due to the nature of the projects, you must have a degree in Civil or Structural Engineering. You will be supervising and mentoring a team of junior engineers and technician staff and leadership experience will be an essential criteria.

Due to the scope of projects, this is an excellent opportunity for someone looking for their next challenge.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Report to and take direction from the head of the Civil and Structural Engineering section of the firm
  • Manage projects from inception to completion to ensure they are issued to programme, to the required quality standard and within the budget set
  • Act as Lead or Sole Designer as appropriate to size of particular project
  • Prepare reports, general correspondence, etc as required in connection with the running of projects
  • Undertake scheme and detailed design as appropriate on individual projects, including preparation of detailed design calculations, checking drawings and other deliverables as appropriate
  • Supervise and mentor more junior engineers and technician staff in the team
  • Undertake survey inspections and produce written reports in good English on findings with appropriate recommendations
  • When required, assist other members of the Team to complete tasks, particularly in relation to meeting project deadlines.
  • Liaise with other members of the design and construction team, representing the Civil and Structural Engineering Group
  • Assist in preparing design programmes for production deliverables

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Essential Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • A Degree specifically in Civil or Structural Engineering
  • Member of Institution of Civil Engineers or Institution of Structural Engineers
  • Minimum of 5 years design experience on building structures projects in UK
  • Experience of leading a team including junior engineers and technicians
  • Competent and reliable designer in structural steelwork, reinforced concrete, masonry and timber
  • Experience of refurbishment and change of use designs as well as new build work
  • Familiar and empathetic with all forms of building construction
  • Able to produce written reports in good English
  • Proficient in the use of analysis and design software (TEDDS, TSD, etc)
  • Hold current UK driving licence
 

 


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Ref: MJ02948E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Maintenance Engineer (Electrical Bias)
Salary: Circa £33K + Benefits
Location: Shefford and Bedford (Cover both sites)

Job Description:

Our client is the leading brand for surface water drainage systems throughout the world. They have two major divisions: Water Management and Building Drainage.


They are now seeking an experienced Maintenance Engineer, with an electrical bias and some mechanical experience.
Your main place of work will be Shefford and you will support the manufacturing operations at both their Bedford and Shefford sites. You will therefore need a valid driving licence to travel between sites.


Main Tasks and Responsibilities

Working closely with the Production teams to reduce downtime and optimise production at their Shefford Polymer Concrete and their Bedford Plastics Rotomoulding sites.
Concise Engineering communication both written and verbal for shift handover.
Pro-active communication with Shift Teams to identify and resolve issues in a prompt and timely manner.
Adhering to set maintenance schedules and procedures, the ethos of Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM).
Responding to machinery breakdowns in a timely manner.
Implementing requests for improvement and preventative maintenance tasks.
Making recommendations to reduce costs, reduce downtime and improve health & safety.
Liaising and supervision of visiting contractors, surveyors etc. as required.
Completing necessary administration both pre and post maintenance tasks.
Participation in project work.

Knowledge, essential skills and experience

Time served Engineering apprenticeship to an industry standard recognised qualification (HNC/C&G).
Evidence of competency in electrical/electronic disciplines.
Aptitude for and experience with mechanical practices within a production environment.
Experience of working within a manufacturing facility where a time critical response is essential.
Knowledge and experience of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Computer literate; particularly with Microsoft Office.
Able to work on own initiative and unsupervised.
Compliant with Health and Safety requirements.
Full UK driving licence.

Desired skills and experience

Welding experience, Mig, Tig & MMA Welding.
Experience of Milling and Turning.
PLCs (Siemens Micromaster).
Experience of using a Computerised Maintenance Management System (Planned Maintenance System).
BS 7671 – Requirements for Electrical Installations (17th Edition).
Counterbalance fork lift licence.
IPAF powered access permit.

Personal skills and behaviour

Self-motivated and able to work independently on mechanical and electrical maintenance tasks.
Proactive, positive approach. Takes the initiative to support Production Teams in order to maintain a safe working environment and reduce downtime and increase productivity.
Flexible approach to work and hours
Team player.
Able to communicate at all levels.
Problem solver.
Good analytical skills.
Organised, can arrange resources necessary to complete a task.
Assertive, able to communicate concisely under pressure.
Readily takes responsibility and able to make decisions based on the information available.
Friendly and approachable, with a “can do” attitude.
Enjoys a challenge.
Physically fit and able to work at heights.
Adheres to policies and procedures.

Hours of work are 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. You will work rotating shifts of 6am-2pm and 2pm -10pm. Alternative working patterns or shifts, including night shift (10pm -6am) will be required from time to time. Some overtime is required for which overtime rates will apply, this may include Saturdays. A night shift premium of 1/3 will apply to all hours worked on the night shift.
A competitive salary, 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, a pension scheme and private healthcare.

 


 

 


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Ref: MJ02965
Job Title: Digital Designer
Salary: Circa £35,000
Location: Dartford

Job Description:

Digital Designer

We are looking for an experienced digital designer, responsible for website design, customer flow, email design, banners and the creation of all design and asset production.

About You

You love UI/UX and as a digital designer there is no distinction between both… you can do it all!

You design with data, letting numbers and conversions influence the way you design.
You have a strong understanding of HTML/CSS/Web Technologies, so you can design things that can be built.

(Our client has a dedicated front-end team, so you will need to work with them to implement your ideas).

You will have excellent visual design skills, and knowledge of the latest design trends.
You will be able to demonstrable UI design experience, with a portfolio of designs.

Experience

Proficiency in wireframing, storyboards, user flows etc.
Knowledge of prototyping systems with ability to create presentation and mock-ups to present ideas.
In-depth knowledge of modern web UI/UX patterns, typography, layout, and processes.
Experience designing, producing & updating email templates, web banners, infographics, animation assets, social media adverts and other creative works in HTML/CSS.
Experience in Designing compelling content that is as effective as it is visually stunning.
Experience conducting user research and testing.
Experience with Google Analytics & A/B testing.
Strong understanding of mobile-first, responsive and adaptive design methodologies.
Strong understanding of mobile-first, responsive and adaptive design methodologies.
A good understanding of WordPress and its capabilities.
It would be beneficial to have a solid understanding of SEO.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.

You should also have experience in the following programmes/software:

Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Advanced proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketch, InVision, premiere pro, after effects.
A good understanding of CSS3/HTML5.


 
 

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Ref: MJ02971
Job Title: Helpdesk Co-Ordinator
Salary: £18 - £20,000K
Location: Cambridge

Job Description:

Our client is a highly successful organisation within the Maintenance Industry, specialising in installation, refurbishment, maintenance and fit-out of well known retail establishments.

Due to continued growth, they are now looking to recruit a Helpdesk/Maintenance Co-ordinator to effectively administrate the Maintenance and Small Works areas of the business with emphasis on customer satisfaction.

As the department is growing, along with the continued growth of the company, this role would also suit someone at a more Supervisory/Team Leader level and the salary would be reflective of this, dependent on the skills and experience offered by the successful applicant.

Reporting to the Facilities Manager, the job will involve -

Main Tasks of Job:

• To administrate maintenance and small works to meet contract requirements.
• Organise and manage direct workforce and sub-contractors under various maintenance and small works contracts.
• Organise and manage works to meet contract timescale criteria.
• Produce and monitor weekly client reports and internal control documents to meet customer requirements.
• Update client open call reports from customer helpdesk.
• To manage and liaise with existing and new clients.
• Cost Reactive Maintenance jobs and enter onto client valuations.
• General office and filing duties.
• Answering of telephones and logging call details.
• Provide holiday cover within the department.
• Booking maintenance calls onto TABS and passing to an engineer (limited dependant on staff numbers).
• Receives orders for small works, logs them onto TABS, makes up the job pack for the Project Manager (PM) and emails the details to the PM.
• Costs maintenance calls for various clients.
• Undertakes any other general administration duties and any other tasks required.

Skills and Abilities:

• Previous experience in a similar environment, such as maintenance or engineering would be considered a distinct advantage.
• Proven customer service experience is essential.
• Must be competent with Microsoft Office (Excel/Word).
• Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Must be proactive & an excellent team worker.

 

Ref: MJ02970
Job Title: Team Leader - Supported Living
Salary: £26,000
Location: Guildford/Woking areas

Job Description:

Our client is one of the leading quality care providers within the region, providing residential care facilities for adults with physical and neuro disabilities, and mental health.

Supported Living Team Leader (Surrey – Multi Sites)

Job Purpose -

We are looking for a Full Time Supported Team Leader to join our friendly team covering six sites in the Guildford and Woking regions. The role will be to ensure that the individual needs of people the team supports are met to the highest standard. To support and deputise for the Service Manager in developing staff and to ensure the service delivered meets and exceeds the Care Quality Commission standards.

Key Responsibilities -

  • To work flexibly over a 7 day period to meet the needs of the service and to ensure the quality of service provision can be monitored.
  • To participate in a rota outside of office hours as part of the ‘on call’ service for which a separate payment is made.
  • To ensure that all Health & Safety checks are carried out as specified and to report any concerns to the Service Manager.
  • To assist the Service Manager in completing accurate management reports/payroll on a monthly basis and as requested.
  • To participate in team meetings and assist the Service Manager in developing the agenda and ensuring accurate minutes are kept and actions followed up.
  • To undertake additional duties as necessary to meet the individual needs of those of the service as directed by the Service Manager.
  • To support the Service Manager to carry out waking night spot checks and to implement recommendations for audits as required by the Service Manager.

Essential -

  • Previous experience in at a similar level within Supported Living for Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour
  • Car owner / driver
  • Must be happy to work over different site locations within the Surrey area.

Full job description available on application

 

Ref: MJ02930
Job Title: Team Leader - Supported Living
Salary: £26,000
Location: Watford

Job Description:

Our client is one of the leading quality care providers within the region, providing residential care facilities for adults with physical and neuro disabilities, and mental health.

Supported Living Team Leader (Watford)

About the Role -

We are looking for a Full Time Supported Team Leader to join our friendly team at our service in Watford.

  • Registered for 6 Service Users (and full)
  • Service Users with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour
  • Good CQC Rating
  • On-site parking and excellent transport links
  • Must have previous experience at a similar level and within supported living.
  • Service opened October 2017.

Main Duties and Responsibilities -

The Team leader will have the responsibility of working with the Service Manager in offering a professional, flexible service to meet the above statement in a way where quality can be measured by both the individual receiving the service and those purchasing it on their behalf.

Main Purpose of the Post -

  • The post holder will be responsible to the Home Manager for undertaking delegated work to ensure that the service needs are met. These responsibilities will include:-
  • Delivery of a quality service designed to meet the individual needs of all service Ensuring that staff is equipped with the necessary skills, through training, experience and supervision.
  • Participating in the delivery of the service which takes into account all of the day to day operational requirements, and also quality measurements and monitoring.
  • Deputising for the manager, and be the responsible manager in their absence carrying out all the duties that this position entails.

Full job description available on application


 

Ref: MJ02964
Job Title: Learning and Development Coach
Salary: £20 - £25K
Location: Dartford

Job Description:

We are currently seeking a Learning and Development Coach to join our clients highly talented team, you will utilise your communication and organisation skills in a motivated, energetic and dedicated team. You will develop a culture of learning by training and developing new and existing staff coming through the business; developing their skills, knowledge and experience through a variety of mediums to enable career growth and personal development along with your own.

Your Responsibilities:

•Support the development of staff in the company, to support their career development for all employees.
•Provide support across the business
•Creating new training material bespoke to clients requirements.
• Be an ambassador for the business and represent the company's Core values at all times.
• Ensure training is delivered in a structured format as signed off by the business.
• Provide on the job coaching through delivery of front of house skill based training such as (but not limited to) call skills training, systems training, customer service training and collections training.

• Competent with delivering training and accounting for different learning styles.
• Keep up to date with developments in training by reading relevant journals and pursuing self development.


Experience

• Experience in training role. (Team leader experience would be advantageous).
• Excellent presentation skills.
• Competent business user IT skills.
• Demonstrate positive attitude and work values. (Can Do)
• Exceptional communication and people skills.
• Committed to delivering exceptional level of customer service, both internally and externally.
• Flexibility to respond to a range of different work situations.
Learning & Development you do need a willingness to learn and the ability to respond to and recognise the needs of the staff in a way that’s efficient and assertive. Most of all, you need to be ready to relate to different learning styles and provide the information they need.

Your skills should show…

Honest, committed, do not shy away, upfront
• Excellent written and verbal communication;
• Ability to work under pressure;
•Great social and communication skills; (People person)
•Logical thinking and problem-solving abilities and the ability to multi-task. Creative thinking

What our client offers: competitive salary, Annual Bonus (subject to eligibility), Pension Scheme, Medical Insurance, Life Assurance, 23 days holiday (rising to 28 following 5 years’ service), Perkbox Benefits.

 

Ref: MJ02952
Job Title: Support Workers
Salary: £7.83 - £8.00
Location: Kingston, Ashford, Sellindge, Bethersden - Kent & Willingham and Cottenham in Cambridge

Job Description:

Our client is one of the leading quality care providers within the region, providing residential care facilities for adults with physical and neuro disabilities, and mental health.


With over 250 services, they support people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and also in residential care.


They are now actively recruiting for Support Workers in various locations throughout the South East.


Main Duties and Responsibilities :

Support individuals you are working with according to their personal care / support plan.
Keep information safe and confidential according to agreed ways of working Supporting individuals to remain safe from harm.
Recognise potential signs of different forms of abuse and report any concerns according to agreed ways of working.
Provide individuals with information to enable them to have choice about the way they are supported.
Ensure the individual knows what they are agreeing to regarding the way in which they are supported.
Contribute to the on-going development of care / support plans for the individual you support.
Support individuals with cognitive, physical or sensory impairments.
Treating people with respect and dignity and honouring their human rights.
Write clearly and concisely in records and reports.
Monitor and report changes in health and wellbeing for individuals you support, working professionally and seeking to develop your own professional development.
To attend regular supervision meetings with your manager and to participate in the organisations staff appraisal system.

Person Specification :
Essential –

Have good communication skills be able to communicate clearly to service users in English and other communication methods about the services available for them.
Be able to record information accurately, both written and numerical
Good standard of literacy and numeracy - Minimum level 1

Desirable –

Full UK driving licence for over 12 months - some locations this will be essential due to rural locations.
Previous experience in support work specifically with people with Learning Difficulties or Mental Health needs.

A FULL JOB DESCRIPTION IS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

 


 
 

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