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We apologise that we are unable to reply to every CV that is sent to us. Thank you for your interest.
 
 
 
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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: MJ02950E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Project Manager (Rail)
Salary: £60,000 + Car + Benefits
Location: Potters Bar

Job Description:

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

They are keen to recruit an experienced candidate who is able to demonstrate a high level of Project Management, who can ensure delivery to time and budget on Rail Station Construction Projects.

You will be a Project Manager with a proven track record gained within the Rail sector, in particular for Station refurbishment and new build projects, with experience of managing construction programmes, demonstrating your ability to build and maintain multiple relationships.

Ideally you will be living in North London/Hertfordshire area, with site locations in and around London.

Overview of Role -

To manage the delivery of high profile projects within the constraints of agreed budget, programme and quality criteria, ensuring successful outcomes are achieved. You will be directly accountable for delivery and provide leadership of project teams to ensure service
delivery meets customer expectations.

You will take responsibility for the success, safety, quality, environmental, delivery and commercial and programme compliance of all contracts in your control. Providing effective leadership to health & safety matters by actively promoting health & safety awareness and ensuring the provision of safe working practices.

To provide accurate management information to Contract Manager/Project Quantity Surveyor/Commercial Manager as required.

What skills/experience you have to offer:

  • Demonstrate exceptional communication skills in order to effectively ascertain customers’ needs and perceptions and balance stakeholder demands.
  • JCT and NEC contract experience.
  • Experience of working with Train Operating Companies and NWR.
  • Construction, Refurbishment experience.
  • Have a working knowledge of Network Rail Standards and procedures.
  • Effectively manage direct labour, sub-contractors, plant hire and material ordering.
  • Proven record of project management and contract management to enable successful delivery of Mid to Large - scale, complex and demanding projects.
  • Have a working knowledge of current programming software.
  • Preparation of safety documentation as required: CPP/WPP/TBRA/COSHH assessments etc.
  • To work clearly and accurately at times under pressure and to tight timescales with the ability to think logically and laterally.
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills

What is offered to the successful applicant:

  • Competitive salary
  • Company car
  • PMI
  • Attractive annual holiday allowance
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Life Insurance/Critical Illness Cover
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Leave
  • Subsidized gym membership

Experience of Contracting for a Tier 2 company is essential

 

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: MJ02923E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Estimator
Salary: £55,000 to £65,000 + Company Car & Benefits
Location: Maidstone

Job Description:

Our client provides a complete range of building services, carrying out projects across Kent, East Sussex and South London. Established for over 30 years, they are specialists in a range of building disciplines, undertaking projects valued up to £10 million in the Commercial, Education, Healthcare, Residential and recreational sectors.

They are now looking to recruit an Estimator/Senior Estimator to meet the demands of increasing business growth.

Previous experience working on both new build and refurbishment projects, predominantly within the commercial sector, with some exposure to the domestic property market would be preferred.

Duties will include, but not be limited to –

  • Tendering/Estimating projects up to £10 million value.
  • Budgeting/Costing
  • Producing estimates from drawings and specifications
  • Working with the Pre-Construction Director to develop strategy
  • Engaging with the supply chain and identifying risks and opportunities
  • Appraisal of tender documentation and sub-contractor quotes

In return, our client will offer a competitive salary, a company car and all the usual benefits expected from a reputable employer.

 

Ref: MJ02913E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Senior Estimator / Estimator
Salary: up to £60,000 (negotiable)
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.

 


Ref: MJ02910E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Estimator
Salary: £45,000 - £50,000
Location: Kent

Job Description:

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

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

Responsibilities will include –

  • Analyse tender documentation and capture client’s requirements.
  • Produce an accurate BOQ for pricing purposes to reflect client’s requirements. Based on a robust knowledge of CESSM 3, Highways Method of Measurement or SMM7.
  • Clear knowledge of costing traditional and design and build contracts.
  • Prepare material and sub-contractor enquiry documents.
  • Carry out site visits. Assimilate information and take account of in tender pricing.
  • Assess individual rates and prices, create new or insert from sub-contract and material quotes.
  • Produce accurate and competitive commercial submission ready for internal review and sign off.
  • Working knowledge of NEC3 and JCT Conditions of Contract, current HSQE legislation and construction techniques and methods.
  • Attendance at pre and post tender meetings.
  • Knowledge of building material components and plant requirements.
  • Management skills – understanding programmes etc.

Person Specification –

  • Minimum 3 years estimating experience
  • Civils or Rail related background
  • Good negotiation, influencing and communication skills, well-spoken and personable, able to get on with diverse personalities.
  • Strong analytical and reasoning abilities.
  • Good organisational skills and attention to detail.
  • Highly numerate with well-developed ability to accurately manipulate numerical information.
  • Confident and resourceful.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work alone or part of a team.
  • Actively drive the collaborative approach to ensure the best submission is provided.

Salary is negotiable for the right person


 
 

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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: MJ02943E mail us for further information on this vacancy and attach your CV
Job Title: Radiotherapy Application Specialist
Salary: £35,000 to £45,000 + Company Car & Benefits
Location: Bath

Job Description:

Our client is a Specialist distributor of medical technologies and pharmaceuticals.

They now have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Application Specialist to join their ever-growing team.

The Application Specialist will have:

  • Relevant engineering and radiotherapy experience
  • Excellent IT skills and ability to learn software packages and work with networking systems
  • Excellent customer skills and high level of professionalism
  • High level of organisational skills
  • Understanding of Health and Safety regulations
  • Ability to work independently as well as a part of a cross functional team
  • Great time management
  • Flexibility and willingness to travel across UK and Ireland
  • Working knowledge on OEM equipment such as Linacs, TPS, imaging devices is desired
  • Mechanical and electrical assembly skill – this is highly desired
  • Ability to use remotely customer support tools such as GoToAssist or GoToMeeting
  • Valid driver’s license

Qualifications:

  • BA, BS in Physics or Engineering required.
  • Master’s in physics or related field preferred.
  • At least 2 to 5 years of experience in field services or working in radiotherapy physics department preferred.
  • Experienced in MS Office, PC hardware, Windows Server, SQL Server, Routers, firewalls, VPN preferred.

The Application Specialist will be responsible for:

  • Working with customers to ensure that all the required prerequisites are met before the on-site service date
  • Performing installations, training, and maintenance of the company’s Radiotherapy products at customer sites
  • Performing web training sessions of company’s products as needed
  • Documenting promptly all the activities related to each field service task in the company’s CRM and manufacturers’ CRM (e.g. Salesforce for Sun Nuclear), including but not limited to emails, phone calls, signed acceptance installation and/or training form by the customer, attendees list, trip report after each service activity. Save the prerequisites and post visit date files in designated Customer Service directory
  • Providing feedback to field service documents such as but not limited to service manual, installation instruction, training syllabus, troubleshooting matrix, service kit, Field Bulletins, and Service Notices
  • Obtaining updated knowledge of the company’s products and their applications
  • Working with customers and potentially OEM vendors on the resolution of issues identified during the installation of the company’s products. Issues cover a wide range of skills including mechanical, electrical, software, and/or physics areas
  • Ensuring that they maintain up-to-date knowledge of computer networks and databases relevant to the company’s products
  • Providing post installation support to the customers
  • Providing support to Sales team for technical issues at customer sites
  • Providing input to improve Field Services process
  • Performing remote sessions with end customers to troubleshoot technical issues
  • Assist with Inside support calls and use the tools to document all the support activities.
  • Providing feedback to other departments on information such as but not limited to product performance, feature enhancement requests, customer feedback, and competitors’ products
  • Attending conferences and trade shows as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned


    Territory: UK and Northern Ireland - Field Based
    Hours: Full time
    Salary: Competitive salary plus company vehicle, phone and laptop
    Benefits: BUPA Cashplan, Childcare Vouchers, Buy Additional Leave Scheme
    Pension: 4% employer contribution

 

 

 
 

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Ref: MJ02945
Job Title: Operations Manager (Mental Health)
Salary: £60,000 - £65,000 + Car + Benefits
Location: To cover Plymouth, Fareham, Iford, Northampton

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.

Which is one of the largest national providers of support for people with complex and challenging behaviours associated with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health illness and neurological conditions. With over 250 services, they support people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and also in residential care.

Their Values:

Corporate values are not just words they are the heart of our organisation they shape us as individuals and set the tone for the organisation, so If you would you like the opportunity to make a real difference to our Service Users lives? And share the same values as our corporate values below; we would love to hear from you……

• Person-Centred
• Friendly
• Positive
• Innovative
• Empowering

Purpose:

A fantastic opportunity has presented itself to join an expanding Specialist Services Division.

To be the lead Operational Manager within the Mental Health Services

To be operationally accountable for designated services.

Accountable to: Managing Director, Specialist Services Division

Responsible for: Registered Managers

Working closely with: Operations, Building projects, Business Development, Resourcing, HR, Quality, Finance and Training functions

Key responsibilities:

To lead, manage and coordinate Mental Health services, including the development and commissioning of major development projects.
To coach, mentor and lead service managers and supporting staff
To achieve agreed operational targets and Key performance indicators
Revenue, EBITDA
Staff turnover, Sickness rates, Agency usage
Training compliance
Quality standards
To impart best practice across all services in order to promote positive outcomes for users and for all stakeholders
Promote the company and its services externally in a proactive and professional manner
Maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders

Qualifications, skills and experience:

Demonstrable evidence and success in a senior operational role in supporting adults with Mental Health problems, Complex Care and Learning Disabilities
Demonstrable success in leading on the development and commissioning of major projects
Strong project management skills
Knowledge and understanding of regulatory standards and best practice in Adult Social Care including Mental Health services
Good relationship management skills and first-hand experience of building commercial relationships
P&L and Budget responsibility
Strong leadership and team building skills
Be a nurse (RMN ideally, but would consider RGN/RNLD) for this role

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: MJ02953
Job Title: Customer Relations Advisor
Salary: £ Competitive (please confirm salary requirement at time of application)
Location: Dartford

Job Description:

We are currently looking for an experienced Customer Relations Advisor – with a minimum 6 months complaints experience and a FCA background.

Working with customers to understand their complaints and ensure speedy resolution whilst delivering a best in class customer experience (in line with the Company Vision, Mission and Core Values). Also ensuring that the company is kept up-to-speed with learnings resulting from complaints as appropriate.

Duties & responsibilities

•Accurate capture and registration of complaints, ensuring all internal processes and procedures are adhered to until the complaint is finalised
•Working with customers to understand complaint and ensure the right solutions are sought
•Taking ownership of the allocated cases from initial registration and keeping customer up-to-speed with progress through to finalisation
•Escalating challenging cases to Manager in a timely manner (particularly where legal advice may be required)

•Delivering a best in class customer experience in line with the Company Vision, Mission and Core Values
•Overcoming barriers to acceptance using developed interpersonal and communication skills
•Working within a team environment, building relationships and rapport with both colleagues and customers
•Ensuring compliance with appropriate legislation and regulatory bodies and adhering to company policies and procedures
•Assisting in the continuous development and implementation of systems, procedures and policies for complaints
•Participating in the reporting of and learning from complaints including - trend analysis, providing feedback/reports to the relevant departments, participation in ongoing programmes of training and development in relation to the complaint handling processes
•Written and telephonic liaison with various parties during the execution of duties, and tailoring our communication to the party we are liaising with

Personal Specification:

•Minimum grade C in GCSE Maths and English
•Previous experience within a regulated, financial complaints handling environment
•Exceptional communication and problem solving skills
•Ability to remain calm under pressure
•Inquisitive, a good listener and solution provider
•Tactful and yet assertive, with strong negotiation skills
•Ability to work to tight deadlines
•Ability to remain calm and professional at all times
•Numerate (to explain payments, financial terms etc)

What our client offer’s…

• Competitive salary
• Annual/Quarterly Bonus
• Pension Scheme
• Private Medical & Dental Insurance
• Life Assurance
• 23 days holiday (rising to 28 following 5 years’ service)
• Birthdays off
• Wedding/Civil Partnership Leave
• Perkbox Benefits

Working hours:

•Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.00pm (with an unpaid lunch break of one hour, and a 30min break unpaid each day which does not form part of your working hours).

 

 

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

 

Ref: MJ02934
Job Title: Team Administrator - M&E Engineers
Salary: £DOE + excellent benefits package
Location: London Bridge

Job Description:

We are currently recruiting for a Team Administrator, to join a busy team, with prestigious offices located close to London Bridge Station.

We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic individual with a flexible approach to work. Attributes should include attention to detail, good command of the English language/telephone manner and have an organised/professional attitude. 

Key Responsibilities: 

Managing the scheduling and appointment process for gas audit inspections.
Preparation of monthly gas audit reports.
Making and receiving of appointment calls from residents.
Managing appointments for electrical audit inspections.
Preparation of Electrical and Lift Audit Reports.
Team Administration support for Group 33.
Secretarial Support for Group 33.

Main Duties:

Working as a member of the Group 33 Secretarial and Administration team.
Scheduling and appointment process for gas audits.
Preparing month gas audit reports.
Liaison with residents concerning appointments. 
Scheduling and arranging of electrical and lift audit inspections.
Typing of contract instructions.
Typing of payment certificates.
Typing of standard covering letters.
Updating Spreadsheets and Schedules.

Competencies:

It is essential that the Team Administrator has good IT and secretarial skills.

Training and Development:

Training will be provided on there IT system, Plexus and also the specialist software for gas auditing
Benefits:
From 24 days per annum rising to 30 days depending on length of service 
Excellent Contributory Pension Scheme
Life Assurance


 
 

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Ref: MJ02954
Job Title: Part Time Customer Care Co-Ordinator
Salary: £DOE + excellent benefits
Location: Orpington

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 Part Time Customer Care Co-Ordinator - working 21 hours a week – this is quite flexible whether 3 full time days – or split over the course of the week.

A position has become available for a professionally dedicated, innovative and enthusiastic customer care co-ordinator with a good flexible approach to work. You should pay attention to detail and be adaptable with a good command of the English Language and have an organised, mature and professional attitude. You will be expected to develop your competency through experience and continued learning. 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. The role necessitates good interpersonal skills working closely with surveyors and contractors whilst on occasion, dealing with residents queries.

Key Responsibilities:

Maintain regular contact with external and internal clients at the appropriate level.
Undertake work in a diligent manner.
Ensure that training needs are identified and addressed.

Main Responsibilities:

The role necessitates good interpersonal skills working closely with Surveyors and Contractors.
Liaising with clients if reported defects are in question.
Arranging appointments with Clerk of Works and Contractors for End of Defects Inspections and monitoring results.
Monitor progress of Interim and End of Defect inspections, ensuring that Contractors provide adequate response detailing measures for remediation works within the time specified.
Liaising with Surveyors, Clients and Contractors to ensure timely resolution.
Maintain defects database. Data entry of projects enter in Interim Defects phase and End.
Updating remediation works, progress and completion.
Administration of Key Performance Indicator Spreadsheets.
Monitoring Defect trends during Defect Liability Period.
Submitting petty cash expense forms each month.
Producing weekly status reports and monthly Client reports advising on status/progress.
Liaise with Line Manager/Customer Care Team for recommendations to upgrade/improve database/procedures.

Training and Development:

You will be encouraged to gain at least an NVQ Level 2.
Continuing training will be necessary in relation to Health and Safety.
Benefits:
Life assurance
Excellent contributory pension
Holiday from 24 days per annum, rising to 30 days depending on length of service (Pro-rata)

 

 
 

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Ref: MJ02940
Job Title: Sales & Purchase Ledger
Salary: £20,000
Location: Potters Bar

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.

They are now recruiting for an enthusiastic and experienced Sales and Purchase Ledger Assistant to join their team based in Potters Bar and carry out the finance duties for the Residents.

The Role -

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • We are looking for a keen, hardworking and reliable person to work in our Department.
  • The person must have at least one year experience in credit control and must be a good team player.
    The candidate should have good knowledge of Excel and should be good with figures.
  • The job involves mainly chasing the debts from Local authorities.
  • On top of credit control the job involves admitting and discharging the resident in the system and also recording of any change of circumstances.
  • Raising and sending out invoices.
  • Answering phone calls and sorting out queries.
  • Prepare Aged debt report.
  • Any queries which were not able to sort out by team should be entered in ‘The List to be resolved’.
  • Chase the homes to send out the forms on time to raise Month end 1:1 invoices.
  • Will be reporting to (Sales Ledger Manager)

In addition, as part of fast growing and rapidly changing business, upon proving their ability, teamwork and dedication the successful candidate may gain exposure to future development projects.

The Individual –

The key skills the successful candidate will need to display are:

  • Ideally one years of previous experience within the Care industry in an administration and finance environment
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • A good understand of Excel i.e. (VLook up function and Pivot Table)
  • Preference will be given to individuals who have worked in a related sector, although this is not necessary

 



 

 


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