Assembly OperatorNorth Yorkshire
We are currently recruiting for Production colleagues to join our client's world class facility in West Yorkshire on a permanent basis. The successful candidate will be working Monday to Fridays with no weekend work involved. Full training will be provided and this role could particularly suit someone with a keen interest in DIY, looking to work in a professional environment with a stable, reputable company. This is a unique opportunity to join a business where you will learn and develop new skills in modern methods of construction, whilst having lots of opportunity for career progression. Duties Include: - Working with power tools / basic hand tools - Taping / joining units - Assembly tasks - General housekeeping Skills Required: - Minimum 1 year DIY or Labouring skills - Ability to work well as part of a Team - Strong work ethic Please note the consultant looking after this position is Tahanee Twist
Construction Assurance ManagerBristol
Our client operate as a key player within the highways industry. and manage one of the world's most advanced and safety road networks connecting the country on a daily basis. Join them as a Construction Assurance Manager and you will play a key role in the delivery of my clients Capital Investment Schemes by managing a programme of technical surveys for the South West Asset Delivery contract representing the companies interests on civil engineering construction and maintenance sites. Reporting directly to the Construction Manager, you will actively ensure technical surveys and construction schemes are delivered in line with time, cost, quality and safety standards, and customer experience is not adversely impacted. This well-established team pride itself on its culture and this role will give you a varied, challenging work day every day. This role can be based from any of the following sites: Exeter (Ash House), Chelston Depot or Bristol (Brunel House). You will be required to drive as part of your role and you will need to have a full clean driving license to be considered for this position and during employment. What you'll be leading on * Receive, develop and manage a programme of technical surveys in conjunction with commercial teams and framework contractors assuring the completion of planned works to agreed standards and escalate any concerns to the Construction Manager, in line with agreed governance agreements * Ensuring that all works are constructed in line with: CDM regulations, HSE Legislation, Chapter 8 requirements, Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) and Manual of Contract Documents for Highways Works (MCHW) * Ensuring Project Managers receive regular and timely feedback on technical survey/scheme construction progress, risks, early warnings, design related issues, and act as the initial point of escalation for any on-site issues that need to be resolved * Acting as liaison engineer between all key supply chain partners and co-ordinate the delivery programme, ensuring buildability reviews are carried out on all projects * Attend buildability meetings as and when required to ensure designs are LEAN and fit for purpose * Maintaining good liaison with Project Managers and Commercial & Procurement colleagues, providing relevant and timely information on Early Warnings and Compensation Events. To be successful * Proven experience of managing a technical survey programme of works * Proven highway/structures maintenance/construction experience experience of working on high speed Trunk Road/Motorway Networks is essential * Good understanding of the DMRB, MCHW, Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, CDM Regulations * Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) or Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) * Ability to execute tasks independently, yet work collaboratively within a team and respond to management guidance & support. You will also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with multiple stakeholders * Computer literate with knowledge of MS Office Excel, Word, Teams and Outlook A bit about us Making sure our customers have safe and reliable journeys is at the heart of everything we do in operations. We keep the roads open for business and play a key role in making sure the network we manage is fit for purpose today and for the future. We achieve this through the delivery our capital programme, supporting customers on the road with our Traffic Officer Service and managing incidents effectively.
Our client based in Grangemouth are seeking a Mechanical Fitter for an initial 6 month contract role. This role would be Day Shift Monday - Friday (35 Hour week). 08.00 - 4pm. Candidates should ideally be from a Petro-Chem background but not essential. This would include working as part of the maintenance team picking up on routines and planned repair work, working safely within the clients polices and procedures. Main Responsibilities: Fitters' operations Work order management, notification management, PR, MRP (SAP) Main Functions Day fitters: permit to work, PEP, RAMS, , machine tools, lifting accessories for the workshops Execute Maintenance for the relevant Mechanical activities Support the manager to maximise the exchange, sharing and the development of information and experience acquired Skills & Experience required Computer skills: Windows, Office, Project, SAP Qualification Required HNC mechanical engineer or higher (HND or mechanical engineer degree)