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Ref: MJ02979E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Surveyor
Salary: up to £45,000 + Benefits
Location: North Kent

Job Description:

We are recruiting for a Surveyor with a minimum of two years' relevant work experience, to join a highly successful team, providing a range of services to the UK building and construction industry.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Based in North Kent, the role will also require working from the London office, as when needed.
  • To be able to prepare robust and accurate tender and contract packages.
  • A sound grasp of development control and funding / delivery standards within the housing sector.
  • To be able to undertake all day to day administrative duties on the delivery of new build housing (and in some case mixed-use) developments under the terms of JCT D&B Contracts or bespoke Development Agreements.
  • To be aware of general Contract Administration duties and to be able to progress in delivering these duties correctly and to a high standard.
  • An ability to record, document and instruct necessary actions as required for the delivery of Contracts.
  • To be able to identify aspects of risk and to seek guidance from Senior Colleagues at the correct time in order to manage and mitigate such risks.
  • An ability to undertake basic functions autonomously, but to recognise when additional or senior input is required.
  • Some experience of Party Wall matters would be an advantage although not essential.
  • To report directly to the Partner in charge.

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Building Surveying / Quantity Surveying background with a minimum of two years’ experience.
  • Full UK Drivers Licence.

 

Ref: MJ02973E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor Senior or Associate Level
Salary: £ Comp + Benefits
Location: Cambridge

Job Description:

We are seeking to recruit a Quantity Surveyor – Senior or Associate with a particular focus on Project Management and Employer’s Agent work, predominantly within the residential sector, but touching upon other sectors too, particularly higher education.


The Cambridge office is and is rapidly expanding, hence this is an opportunity which provides the potential for significant career progression.


The candidate will be client facing and should have the ability to manage their own workload and eventually other members of staff whilst contributing to the overall expansion of the office.
A competitive package is on offer to reflect the role and this post provides significant opportunities for advancement based upon delivering the current workload and assisting the team in increasing turnover and profitability.


Location: Cambridge
Hours: 09.00 - 17.00, Monday to Friday
Holidays: From 24 days per annum
Pension: Excellent contributory pension
Benefits: Life Assurance and Private Medical Insurance

 


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: 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: MJ02972E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Project Architect
Salary: Up to £39K plus Benefits
Location: North Kent

Job Description:

Project Architect.

Our client a leading multi-discipline construction and property consultancy. Provide a definitive range of services to the UK building and construction industry covering chartered building & quantity surveying, project management, architecture & master planning, civil & structural engineering, mechanical & electrical engineering, sustainability and health & safety.

Position Project Architect.

The architectural team works across a number of offices and is involved in the residential, retail, commercial, education, health and extra-care sectors in both new-build and refurbishment projects. Working at BIM level 2 on a Revit platform, with many schemes delivered as part of a multi-disciplinary team in conjunction with our in-house colleagues.

Main Responsibilities

Taking the leading role in job-running aspects of architecture in design development and the preparation and production of working drawing packages. Managing and leading a team of Assistants and Technicians as required to suitably resource projects.

Essential Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

A thorough understanding of the architect’s role and responsibilities in the Design & Build environment.
Competent in Revit, AutoCAD and Microsoft Office.
Competent in coordinating, preparing and producing working drawing packages.
Minimum 3 years UK industry experience.

Desirable Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

ARB registered.
Experienced job-runner, lead designer and team-leader.
Knowledge of NBS Create.
Experience in our key sectors, particularly residential.
An interest in and understanding of all aspects of sustainability issues.
Essential Personal Skills:
Good interpersonal skills, able to interact with colleagues, clients and wider design team in a professional manner.
Proactive involvement in design development, mainly RIBA stages 4-6.
Flexible and organised approach to programming and workload.

Location Orpington, London & Birmingham offices.
Hours: 9:00 – 5:00.
Holidays: From 24 days per annum, rising to 30 days depending on length of service.
Pension: Contributory pension.

Benefits: Life assurance.


 
 

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Ref: MJ02978
Job Title: HR Generalist
Salary: £35,000 plus Excellent Benefits
Location: Fareham, Hampshire

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.

The role:

We are looking for a dynamic Recruitment Business Partner / HR Generalist to work in partnership with our service managers reporting into the Divisional M.D. and Operations Manager.

This is a key role offering front line advice and guidance to our frontline managers in our Specialised Services Division and working strategically with the Heads of Service to provide the resources required

The Recruitment Business Partner/HR Generalist will educate and support a team of managers in areas such as; managing performance, discipline and grievance, suspensions, ensuring that managers have the knowledge to follow company policies and processes consistently, giving commercial, pragmatic, HR advice and helping managers gain the confidence to deal with difficult people issues.

This is very much a hands on role in supporting managers across multiple sites.

This is a hands on role which involves assisting and advising managers with difficult people issues and cases of dismissal and being hands on with the recruitment processes.

You will also be instrumental in ensuring that the divisional structure is the optimum structure for delivering the operational plan and facilitate any necessary changes.

Lead on planning recruitment events and interviews Ensure that systems are in place so that all employees have the correct pre-employment and documentation required to meet legislative requirements held on file before commencing employment. Undertake quality & compliance audits of recruitment and personnel files to ensure ongoing compliance across the Division

You will assist managers in:

  • Performance management related issues
  • Employment and compliance to regulatory concerns and reporting;
  • Employee induction, development, and coaching
  • Divisional policy development
  • Employee relations
  • Employee safety, welfare, wellness and health; and employee services and counselling.

The ideal candidate:

  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be adaptable and flexible
  • Be highly-motivated and a team player have strong relationship building skills have excellent interpersonal skills not essential but studying towards CIPD qualification would be an advantage
  • Due to the nature of the position, successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencement of employment, the disclosure expense will be met by the employer.

 

 
 

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Ref: MJ02977
Job Title: Support Worker (Day or Night Shifts)
Salary: £8.80 per hour plus Excellent Benefits
Location: Bognor Regis

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.

Are you a Care Support Worker?

  • Would you like to work at our client’s exciting new development in Bognor Regis?
  • Would you like to be part of a new team? If yes, we would like to hear from you
  • The service will be a 6 bedded specialist brain injury and neurological unit.
  • The Pay rate is £8.80 an hour
  • The Day shifts are 7.15am to 7.30pm
  • The Night shifts are 7.15pm to 7.30am
  • The service is easily accessible by bus, train and within close proximity to the local amenities

Benefits offered with this role:

  • Career progression path within the company.
  • Employee Assistance Helpline.
  • Flexible Additional Holiday Purchase Scheme.
  • DBS check paid by the company prior to starting with them.
  • SAYE Scheme.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • The successful candidate will have previous experience at management level specifically within Mental Health and be a qualified nurse
  • To be responsible for supervising the delivery of all care undertaken within the home To be responsible for the assessment of needs, setting of goals, reviewing those goals periodically, with the objective of offering resident centred care with participation of residents and their relatives
  • To be responsible for ensuring that all nursing care is offered in the most professional manner possible and with reference to the Company’s Policies and Procedures, The Code of Professional Conduct and other publications of the NM By means of risk assessment/risk management safety plans ensure that potential hazards and vulnerability are assessed and plans for managing any identified risks are documented and reviewed regularly
  • To ensure that all staff within the home are aware of their responsibilities towards residents which involves trained staff giving and receiving reports at the commencement and termination of each shift and ensuring that accurate reporting is maintained
  • To work with Recovery Support Workers to ensure that the care they offer is of the standard required to develop and maintain the care at the optimum level
  • To supervise members of staff to ensure their understanding and compliance with the Company’s aims and objectives and policies
  • To have a good knowledge and understanding of the Care Act 2015 and to ensure that the home is run in accordance with the national minimum standards as laid down in the Act Person

Person Specification:

  • RMN (Mental Health) Evidence of continuing professional development
  • Proven experience of working within a mental health team
  • Awareness and undertaking of clinical audit
  • Ability to drive outcome focus planning

So, would you love the opportunity to make a real difference?

  • Would you say your best traits were your positivity, friendliness and innovativeness?
  • Do you enjoy working in a person-centred environment where you can utilise these attributes within a company offering career progression, competitive earnings and excellent training?
  • If you have answered “Yes” to the above, we would love to hear from you

 

Ref: MJ02976
Job Title: Occupational Therapist
Salary: £26,565 plus Excellent Benefits
Location: Fareham, Hampshire

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.

Due to a new £1.1 million redevelopment of our Client’s Independent Hospital to provide their Service Users a continuous pathway from Acute Mental Health admissions right through to, in many cases, independent living, they are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist who shares a vision for high quality Mental recovery services, to join the rehabilitation and recovery hospital and who wants to make a difference.

The Independent Hospital is a Rehabilitation and Recovery service which is situated in Fareham, where a multidisciplinary team offer high quality recovery focused care to adults with a range of mental health needs.

This is a full time position, working 37.5hrs a week.

  • The successful candidate will be required to provide service users with treatment and rehabilitation programmes, whilst remaining sensitive to the personal and cultural needs of individuals.
  • You must be able to manage a defined caseload and carry out assessments, identify treatment aims, implement and evaluate treatment programmes, and develop safe and timely discharge plans.
  • The candidate must hold a Degree or Diploma in Occupational Therapy or a Certificate OT recognised equivalent and have previous experience working in mental health.
  • You will work as part of the multi-disciplinary team in a hospital setting, ensuring the delivery of holistic, recovery care to all residents.

In addition to a competitive salary, our client offers an impressive benefits package including an employee assistance helpline, flexible additional holiday purchase scheme, childcare vouchers, stakeholder pension scheme and much more!

Due to the nature of the role, our client will pay for you to complete an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, prior to starting employment with them.

 

Ref: MJ02975
Job Title: Shift Worker
Salary: £8.35 per hour plus Excellent Benefits
Location: Plymouth

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.

We are currently seeking an experienced Shift Leader for our clients Service in Woolwell in Plymouth.

  • To support the registered nurses in all aspects of the service users health needs on a day to day basis.
  • To ensure the requirements of the National Minimum Standards for Care Homes for complex needs are implemented in accordance with CQC, Care Standards Act 2000.
  • To ensure all relevant standards and requirements are met within the home, especially those contained within the relevant Health and Safety legislation.

Main Responsibilities -

  • Ensure provision of a high standard of direct personal care to service users based on the assessment of their care needs in consultation with the service users and the care team.
  • Assist with the formulation of social and health care plans, (SHARPS) for service users based on person centred approach, ensuring each other individual’s plan has meaningful and achievable goals.
  • Ensure the continuous evaluation of the quality of care given and regular reassessment of the needs and support the service users in consultation with the service user, their relatives and the care team and to achieve planned goals.
  • To maintain accurate written documentation as instructed by the nurses and as defined by the care standards act 2000.
  • Ensure effective communication is maintained with the service users and nurses.
  • To provide leadership to your team acting as a positive role model at all times.
  • To provide effective supervision to the care support workers allocated to you in the supervision structure and ensure on record regular supervision and safeguarding.
  • To ensure that the nurses on duty are kept informed of significant changes in the service users condition on a daily basis.
  • To accurately update all relevant records, i.e, weight, food and fluid charts, daily notes, monitoring sheets etc.
  • To delegate staff members to their respective units using good judgement and mixture of skills.
  • To support carer specifically the new ones ie Inductions, mandatory e-learning etc.
  • To participate in staff meeting and to give supervision to staff members in a monthly basis or when it is necessary.
  • To monitor the cleanliness of the home and to report the issue to the domestic staff. To log issues on the maintenance log book at the reception area.
  • To be involved in the planning of activities, outings and co-ordinate with the activities co-ordinator.
  • To adhere to company policy and procedures at all times.
  • Attend training on a regular basis to ensure that all mandatory training and development needs are met in line with company requirements.

 

Ref: MJ02974
Job Title: Registered Home Service Manager
Salary: £35,000 to £40,000
Location: Bognor Regis

Job Description:

We are looking for a full time Registered Service Manager must be Nurse qualified to manage our new and exciting development which will be opening Jan/Feb in Bognor Regis.

The service will be a 6 bedded specialist brain injury and neurological unit.

The service is easily accessible by bus, train and within close proximity to the local amenities


Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • The successful candidate will have previous experience at management level specifically within Mental Health and be a qualified nurse
  • To be responsible for supervising the delivery of all care undertaken within the home
  • To be responsible for the assessment of needs, setting of goals, reviewing those goals periodically with the objective of offering resident centred care with participation of residents and their relatives
  • To be responsible for ensuring that all nursing care is offered in the most professional manner possible and with reference to the Company’s Policies and Procedures, The Code of Professional Conduct and other publications of the NM By means of risk assessment/risk management safety plans ensure that potential hazards and vulnerability is assessed and plans for managing any identified risks are documented and reviewed regularly
  • To ensure that all staff within the home are aware of their responsibilities towards residents which involves trained staff giving and receiving reports at the commencement and termination of each shift and ensuring that accurate reporting is maintained
  • To work with Recovery Support Workers to ensure that the care they offer is of the standard required to develop and maintain the care at the optimum level
  • To supervise members of staff to ensure their understanding and compliance with the Company’s aims and objectives and policies
  • To have a good knowledge and understanding of the Care Act 2015 and to ensure that the home is run in accordance with the national minimum standards as laid down in the Act Person

Person Specification:

  • RMN (Mental Health) Evidence of continuing professional development
  • Proven experience of working within a mental health team
  • Awareness and undertaking of clinical audit
  • Ability to drive outcome focus planning

 

 

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: MJ02952
Job Title: Support Workers
Salary: £8.21
Location: Kingston, Ashford, Sellindge, Bethersden - Kent & Willingham and Cottenham in Cambridge, Ilford

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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Ref: MJ02971
Job Title: Helpdesk/Maintenance Co-Ordinator
Salary: £18,000 to £20,000 (negotiable - dependent on related experience)
Location: Cambridge

Job Description:

Are you a confident individual, with an excellent telephone manner and a natural flair for making people you speak with feel assured a job is being dealt with to the highest standards?

If you are, then you are exactly what our client is looking for!

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.

This is an excellent company to work for, everyone works together as a team and success is quickly recognised, with the opportunity to progress.

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.

 

 

 
 
 

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