Recruitment AdministratorChester, Cheshire
Morson are the UK's leading technical recruitment agency, with 50 years experience, a turnover in excess of £850 million and offices across the world, we supply engineers and technical expertise to some of the world's biggest brands. We are looking for a driven, enthusiastic Recruitment Administrator to join our team based on our client site. Onboarding and Contract Administration Record compliance documents (such as right-to-work and security documentation) Maintaining an up-to-date electronic filing system, ensuring information is stored in the correct system in-line with internal processes and data protection legislation Responding to contractor queries via telephone and email relating to contracts, timesheets, and pay. Provide administrative and organisational support. Follow operational procedures/processes. Multi-task effectively, dealing with a number of different recruitment campaigns at the same time. Work with little supervision as part of a team, and on their own as and when necessary. Utilise a high level of organisational skills to prioritise and deliver work in a professional manner. Ensure confidentiality is maintained at all times. Act as an Ambassador for Morson International on our client site. The Person: Essential: Good passes (grade C or above) in GCSE English and Mathematics or equivalent. Experience in dealing with recruitment campaigns. Experience of working in a customer driven service environment. Ability to multi-task and prioritise workload. Clear and confident verbal communicator. Proficient written communication skills in order to correspond with applicants. Team player with good attention to detail and excellent organisational skills. Strong IT skills - Outlook, Excel, Word. Desirable: Recruitment of a variety of disciplines. Assessment Centre design. Interview skills/experience. The suitable candidate for this role will be highly organised, proactive and have excellent communication skills, with the ability to confidently communicate with all levels of internal and external stakeholders. The flexibility to cope with multiple tasks and deadlines, with a high level of accuracy and attention-to-detail is essential. Morson International is an equal opportunities employer and respects diversity. In order to apply for this role, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Due to the number of applications we receive, it's not always possible to contact unsuccessful applicants. Unless you hear from us within 14 days of your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Cost EngineerCumbria, England
We have an opportunity for a Cost Engineer based at Albion Square in Whitehaven, Cumbria. Job Role Maintain and report (inputting and extracting data where appropriate) time and cost bookings in the project time booking system using suitable cost reporting tools such as Replicon and Excel spreadsheets. Developing and maintaining a suitable cost breakdown structure (CBS). Ensuring correct allocation of cost and time bookings so that costs against budgets can be monitored. Managing hours booking connections to Replicon and ensuring all connections are pre authorised by the PM and no costs are accrued without the PM's authorisation. Prepare regular cost reports for the AXIOM PM and AXIOM central cost/financial control team in line with the AXIOM procedures / instructions. This will include AXIOM and sub consultant costs. Preparation of accurate payment applications / valuation certificates / summaries including forecasts (e.g. 2+2 weeks) and expediting service entry numbers (or Instructions to Invoice) from SL for the full payment due. Assisting the PM in the production and update of cash flow / expenditure forecasts Estimates at Completion (EAC) Sub consultant cost monitoring and reporting to AXIOM and SL. Review of sub consultant invoices and advising the PM of payments due. Provision of actual cost data for earned value analysis and input to the relevant sections of the PM's monthly AXIOM progress report. Weekly updates to programmes including liaising directly with discipline leads to collate progress. Production of design phase programmes development through collaborative planning sessions Supply Chain management, production of PR's, Processing Invoices Production of CE's, EWN and General Communication in CEMAR as instructed by the Project Manager Ability to build, maintain and deliver cost schedules from source data in an accurate, quality and timely manner without supervision Ability to take instruction and interpret requirements of stakeholders and deliver cost information relevant to their needs. Ability to show technical problem-solving techniques through the use of standard applications, retrieve cost information and manipulate data to produce quality output in an unsupervised environment Be fully conversant with processes and requirements to deliver cost engineering activities without supervision Be fully conversant with the processes and requirements of change control, and be able to provide cost support in this area. Be fully conversant with the processes and requirements of estimating and planning and be able to provide both planning and cost support in this area. Can demonstrate sound communication and presentation skills to be able to report key cost trends to all stakeholders Ability to collect and interpret data to build accurate estimate at completion forecasts Ability to manage own workload to meet deadlines and timeframes applicable to the stakeholder organisations Familiar with working under NEC3 contracts Experience of SL working practices Experience of AXIOM Project Control Procedures Experience of producing and monitoring programmes from base estimates. Good working knowledge of CEMAR would be advantageous but not essential to the role.
Process EngineerHersham, Surrey
Process Engineer - Surrey Based - 6 Months + As part of an aggressive growth strategy and increasing demand from our customers we are looking for a Process Engineer to be located at our European Technical Headquarters in Hersham, UK. The successful candidate will get an opportunity to showcase their skills as part of a high performing team in the Process Gases Product Line Engineering Group, which is responsible for the design of Process Gas Plants and related equipment for the production of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ammonia, helium, and syngas blends. These are high profile and challenging projects. The technologies supported are split in to both high temperature and cryogenic, requiring process design primarily for Syngas, H2 and CO production, but may also support low temperature applications such as liquid H2, CO Cold Box, Nitrogen Rejection Units (NRUs) and helium production projects. The successful candidate will be responsible bid development, front end project definition prior to handover to the engineering execution team, and product development. The main technical responsibilities of the role will include: * Process cycle synthesis and selection, P&ID development, Aspen simulations * Equipment specifications for front end purification systems, catalytic reactors systems, heat exchangers, machinery and steam systems. * Attendance at operability reviews. To be considered for this outstanding opportunity you will need relevant tertiary qualifications (Bachelors, Masters, PhD) in Chemical (preferred) or Mechanical Engineering, underpinned with significant relevant experience in a similar or related industry. A self-starting and self-motivating attitude is essential coupled with strong interpersonal and communication skills to enable close collaboration with inter-disciplinary colleagues locally, as well as in Pennsylvania, Shanghai, and Pune. Commercial and Project Management skills will also be considered as part of the selection process. We are looking for candidates with 6 - 8 years Process Engineering experience, and in a similar role. Working for a global, high tech, industry leader you will enjoy a competitive salary & benefits package, a culture of respect, challenge and innovation, and unparalleled opportunities for career development. Process Engineer - Surrey Based - 6 Months +