Morson donate to five charities in September | 50 Weeks of Giving

James Kenealey

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  • Morson's 50 Weeks of Giving continues throughout September

  • Weekly donations celebrate 50 years in business for the Morson Group

Morson has donated to five local charities through the month of September. Totalling £2,650, the donations are part of the '50 Weeks of Giving' campaign being run by the business throughout 2019 to celebrate 50 years in business. 

Maintaining the business' commitment to helping ex-forces charities and veterans, the first donation of £250 was for SSAFA, an armed forces charity. Paul Quick, a Morson employee based at Wattisham took part in a bike ride to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

A donation of £1,000 was made to the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity based in Birkenhead via a skydive by Robert Rose, operations director of Morson client Encirc. Last year, work began on building Liverpool's first cancer hospital in the heard of the city backed by their £15m appeal.

One of Morson's longest serving charity partners is the Seashell Trust, and head of fundraising Dominic Tinner has been taking part in a Swiss Alp Cycle Challenge - four days of gruelling cycling between Geneva and Zurich across 310 miles with 25,000ft of climbing. Morson donated £200 to the cause and proceeds will go to the Seashell Trust to help provide the necessary funds for adapted bikes and a host of specialist equipment.

Katie's Ski Tracks is a charity that takes disadvantaged children with life-threatening or life-limiting medical conditions. They've been the beneficiaries of a donation of £1,000 towards their next trip.

A final donation rounded out the month, with £200 being donated to CLIC Sargent, a charity for young lives vs cancer. The donation was made through our connection with the local branch of Morrisons in Eccles.

Our 50 Weeks of Giving programme will be in addition to the work to raise money for the employee-chosen charities in 2019, Motor Neurone Disease Assosication and ABF The Soldier's Charity. In the last 10 years, we've raised over £2million for worthy causes throughout the UK such as the Seashell Trust, Destination Florida, Salford University, Alzheimer's Society and MIND.

Celebrations throughout the year have bought together Morson's sporting ambassadors; from horse racing, to ex-Manchester United players, to former world champion boxers Ricky Hatton and Anthony Crolla and Sale Sharks rugby club.

Find out more about our commitment to charity here

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Duty Manager

We are looking to recruit a Duty Manager for our client based in Ellesmere Port.Working at our museums, responsible for safe operation of a site (or part of a site) and the management of a team or teams delivering excellent service through participation in activities, the sale of goods and services, or maintenance of the site to provide an excellent environment for customers to enjoy.Line management for 6 to 10 people c25 staff/ volunteer sub-teams.Manage a team or teams of staff/volunteers delivering a safe environment and excellent customer service for example in maintenance, retail, catering or operation of trip boats/ other.Adoption of required emergency, safety, operational, financial, other processes appropriate to tasks. Plan and implement safe working procedures - creation of risk assessments and method statements, in line with the Trust's Health and Safety Policy and standards.Customers dealt with to expected standards of courtesy and care resolve concerns/ complaints. Deliver targeted business plan objectives for services, projects, events, maintenance to planned expenditure budgets, regularly reporting on the same. Assist with identifying future priorities/ business planning and budgetary planning.Coach, develop and support the team performance for required measures, including customer satisfaction and other service standards. Report on the same. Recruitment and retention of staff to assist with the running of the museums, ensuring staff and volunteer satisfaction is high and their duties are rewarding.Display the Trust values and behaviours at all timesEnsure that diversity and inclusion are integrated into all aspects of Trust life and promote inclusion by challenging behaviour, practices, actions, or decisions that are counter to the objectives of the Trust's policies and values customers Internal and external teams for the execution of works/ projectsInternal and external suppliers, marketing and campaigns teams, education and fund-raising teams Local community representatives and volunteering groupsDegree or equivalent in relevant discipline or proven experience in a similar roleRelevant occupational qualifications in disciplines for bespoke tasks, for example food hygiene. Customer service training qualificationWelcome Host or equivalentValid driving licence appropriate to vehicle for specific rolesTrust minimum safety learning standardsAppropriate qualification in safety management, relevant to team disciplineNVQ level 3 Safety Management/ NEBOSH General certificateProven experience in a visitor attraction customer service environment,Proven experience in direct sales, handling cash and the application of appropriate procedures Proven experience in monitoring budgets and providing management reporting.Proven experience in leading and motivating teams directing, prioritising and delegating daily tasks Proven experience leading volunteersIT proficiency including Microsoft Office.Ability to work flexibly, in accordance with business demands, to multi task, and prioritise work Lead by example, ensure your team take responsibility for the safety of colleagues, volunteers, themselves and customers.Comply with Canal & River Trusts Health & Safety policy and defined standards.Investigate and report incidents, accidents and near misses. Ensure safe use of appropriate equipment, prepare Risk Assessments and Method Statements ensuring contents are understood and acted upon.To be aware of your own responsibilities regarding safeguarding and to support our commitment to providing safe environments and working practises that promote and protect the safety and welfare of children, young people and adults at risk at all times

Procurement Engineer

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for BAE Systems and provide support within the Procurement Supply Chain - Airframe team In-Service Pricing Team. The support required will be administrative tasks discharging activities such as raising RFQs, chasing RFQs from Supplier, completing Governance paperwork, adding prices to system and general query resolution relating to quotes. The jobholder can start with BPSS security clearance with SC pending. This person will have indirect access to ITAR material as part of their role, but can work on non-ITAR until SC comes through. Duties will involve; - Request Datapacks from Engineering - Raise and Issue RFQs to Supplier - Expedite Quotes in from Suppliers - Complete price analysis - Conduct Supplier down selects for best offers - Add prices to systems and trackers - Provide statistics - Query Management As a Procurement Engineer you will be able to work to deadlines. Good customer service skills & a positive attitude is required. You will have project management skills. Good Microsoft Office skills are required, especially Excel. You will have good problem solving and be tenacius. Morson is acting as an employment business in relation to this vacancy.Buyer; vendor management; supply chain; procurement; purchasing; supplier management; risk management; negotiation; supplier performance; purchase orders; ERP systems; MS Office; influencing skills; shipping; ITAR; spares and repairs; RFQ; invoicing; SAP

Project Manager - Consignment Stock Process/Logistics

Our leading aerospace client is recruiting a Project Leader - Logistics / Procurement for a 6 month contract based on site in Filton to project manage and lead the introduction of a Consignment Stock process between the Filton site and a major supplier. Accountable for the development of project plans relating to the introduction of consignment stock processes and infrastructure on behalf of Logistics, Procurement and Operations.Ensure that adequate resources are in place to deliver the project within the committed timescalesEnsure that the risk management process is followed for each process stepAccountable for communication with internal and external customers regarding the aforesaid project and ensure that the correct process and procedures are adhered to and signed off at the appropriate timesAccountable for the completion of necessary Capex documentation / business case relating to the aboveManaging project within budgetary allocationsManagement of project time frames to original plans ensuring no/minimal project delayCompliance with all risk assessments and company Environment, Health & Safety Procedures relevant to all work activities. Reporting of all accidents and near misses as per the company's procedure and implementation of identified corrective actions. Maintain good standards of housekeeping in designated work areaChampion "Export Control" compliance activities, ensuring you and where applicable, members of your team, adhere to the site "Technology Control Plan (TCP), guaranteeing compliance with Export Control Regulations, controls, training and systemsCandidates will have extensive experience in the delivery of large projects. Knowledge of Logistics, Procurement and inventory control and an understanding of capital related management and control is also required.Ideally candidates will also have 5+ years procurement / logistics experience and previous experience in supplier transfersExtensive Microsoft Project experience is also required.Please note that this is a PAYE only on site contract, please do not apply if you're looking for remote working and/or to be paid via an Umbrella company.

Metrology Engineer

Morson have an exciting vacancy for a Metrology Engineer based in Yeovil for one of our Aerospace Clients. Job DescriptionTo provide an Electrical & Mechanical Metrology Calibration, validation, inspection and testing service within the organisation. Key Job Accountabilities Include:Calibration of avionic and electronic test and measuring equipment, selecting the appropriate test standards considering accuracies required. Calibration of equipment across all ranges and functions and including the calibration of pressure indicating instruments and testing and verification of crimping tools. Tasks conducted within the laboratory and across site.To compile test programs and verification schedules and procedures for avionic and electronic test and measuring equipment. To support the offload of test & measuring equipment to suppliers for calibration, including dispatching & receipting.To review and assess the Technical specifications of avionics, electronic, electrical and mechanical test equipment to assist with supplier calibration.Carrying out the BER & NCS processes for Mechanical & Electrical test & measuring equipment returning from supplier calibration. Required skills/experienceMechanical background/experienceCalibration experience Please contact us for more information.

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