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Process / Project Engineer
posted on 09/11/2004
location Greater London
description 30 - 40k Major food ingredients manufacturing company require the following: " Looking for a Process Eng or Chemical Eng with 5-10 years experience. " Some shift work required as part of job (personal training, project commissioning, technician training, etc.) " Good knowledge of continuous processing operations " Good interpersonal skills " Ability to communicate at all levels " Team working nature combined with team leading potential " Effective co-ordination skills " Ability to work complex solutions with minimum referral to manager. " Able to interact well with other site management and process engineers. " Good at working as part of a team and as an individual. " Willing to bring new solution ideas up for discussion " Able to take calculated risks and technically defend new ideas To support the operation of the Refining Process overseeing the safety, technical and hygiene performance of a Processing Area. To identify and manage medium sized projects in own area of responsibility " To co-ordinate problem solving effort requiring technical input " To identify non optimal plant operation (including use of utilities) and work with Console and Field personnel to improve process operation " To ensure that the maintenance plan has minimum production impact " To anticipate raw material quality related problems and reduce their impact " To provide guidance to the Shift Manager on the most appropriate ways to react to particular quality related process issues. " To work with console operators to improve the way that operating problems are brought to their attention and resultant reaction " Development of systematic ways to monitor plant performance " Development of systems to measure safety performance, housekeeping and hygiene performance, key plant technical performance and output quality standards " Identify projects to enhance safety, de-bottleneck the plant and improve technical performance / reduce costs " Manager medium sized projects (up to £300k
skills Process Eng or Chemical Eng continuous processing
 
Workshop Controller
posted on 22/10/2004
location Wiltshire
description Experienced Workshop ControllerRequired for Premium Franchised Main Dealer, The role involves the direct management of work for a team of ten technicians; the organisation and allocation of work throughout the day; ensuring completion times committed to are met or the customer informed to the contrary; establishing and maintaining a high level of housekeeping within the department; ensuring procedures are fully complied with. The successful candidate will possess excellent communication skills; be personally well organised with the ability and desire to organise others; be competent in the use of IT and have the determination to ensure our customers are afforded a professional and quality service. Call now for more details on 01737 772751 or email angie@the-arc-uk.com
skills Proven Track Record as Workshop Controller Full UK driving Licence
 
Key Operators
posted on 20/09/2004
location UK United Kingdom (County Durham)
description Excellent opportunities for applicants with production experience in South Durham. Knowledge of operating CNC machinery is beneficial but not essential as three months in-house technical training will be provided. Key Operators have responsibility for setting up machines, ensuring production rates are achieved, making visual control checks, housekeeping and health & safety is maintained and accurate record-keeping. Permanent positions with flexible working schedules and opportunities for career progression.
skills Production experience
 
Microbiology Technician
posted on 18/08/2004
location Buckinghamshire Buckinghamshire
description Our client requires a Microbiology Technician to carry out microbiological analysis and Good Laboratory Housekeeping in accordance with the requirements of UKAS. You will also need to participate in food microbiology developments and generate ideas for future work. You must be numerate and literate, preferably with Science A Levels. It would be useful, but not essential for you to have microbiology or any other laboratory experience. You will need to be flexible and adaptable, logical and able t
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Support Technician / Microbiologist
posted on 18/08/2004
location Buckinghamshire Buckinghamshire
description Our client requires a Microbiology Support Technician. You will report to the Microbiology Laboratory Manager, preparing samples within Microbiology ready for the later stages of the testing process. The role involves weighing out samples of products which have been entered into the system using aseptic techniques, diluting samples according to instructions provided. through to carrying out routine housekeeping tasks. Will suit people living in or able to commute to the HP postcode.
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Operations Manager
posted on 17/08/2004
location Bedfordshire
description Broadline distribution LHCs My client is a well-established world wide broadline distributor who have supplier agreements with some of the worlds largest manufactures of electro-mechanical, semiconductor, passive and active components. They are renowned for their breadth of product knowledge and stock, and have clients in all of the major market sectors. They now seek to compliment their team with the inclusion of a Programming Centre Manager to manage the UK Programming Centre production facility to support key customer growth through provision of high quality, on time output of programmed and tape/reeled Devices and provide specialist technical and commercial input to the business leaders, relating to programming services, to support strategic decision making on investment and service provision. Your key responsibilities: · Management of work scheduling and production control processes to ensure that available capacity is matched to demand and output is produced and shipped to meet customer requirements and cycle time obligations - at optimum productivity. · Management of Expense and capital budgets to ensure that centre meets standard cost. Ensure that the Centre meets it's twin objectives of competitive pricing and full cost recovery. · Management, development and training of the Programming Centre team to ensure that competencies and motivation match the output requirements, establishing a culture that is open, team-orientated and flexible, demonstrating personal qualities of commitment, enthusiasm, integrity and openness. · Development of appropriate work process instructions/aids and operator training processes - including the use of GPS production management systems. Ensuring achievement and improvement of high quality standards. · Provision of technical consultancy and advice to the business for strategic and tactical purposes and to the Programming Centre for optimising work methods, equipment utilisation and problem solving. · Being seen as the leader of a major "differentiator" within the Distribution industry and acting as specialist ambassador with customers, Arrow sales organisations, suppliers and internal staff. · To promote and raise the Programming Centre profile and levels of customer satisfaction by ensuring that appropriate channels of communication with the business are available and properly utilised. · Development of all necessary system tools. · Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained, and that health and safety legislation is complied with. · To manage and address operative performance, attendance, or other related issues with guidance from Human Resources, in compliance with the HR Manual and Employment Law. Experience / Skills · Experience with direct interface to customers. · Educated to degree level or equivalent. · Demonstrable skill in delivering through people, developing strong staff relations and inspiring loyalty, enthusiasm and motivation. · Commercial awareness with experience of managing cost centres and setting pricing. · Ability to understand, assess and manage for results, complex order flow, complex equipment and processes. -Experience in production and scheduling environment with short order lead-time, high service level, customer focussed businesses. To apply for this position please contact Janet Marsh on 01582 450054 or JMarsh@Redlineplc.com For further details on this and many other vacancies visit our website at www.redlineplc.com
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Programming Centre Manager
posted on 17/08/2004
location Bedfordshire
description Broadline distribution Programming Centre Manager LHCs My client is a well-established world wide broadline distributor who have supplier agreements with some of the worlds largest manufactures of electro-mechanical, semiconductor, passive and active components. They are renowned for their breadth of product knowledge and stock, and have clients in all of the major market sectors. They now seek to compliment their team with the inclusion of a Programming Centre Manager to manage the UK Programming Centre production facility to support key customer growth through provision of high quality, on time output of programmed and tape/reeled Devices and provide specialist technical and commercial input to the business leaders, relating to programming services, to support strategic decision making on investment and service provision. Your key responsibilities: · Management of work scheduling and production control processes to ensure that available capacity is matched to demand and output is produced and shipped to meet customer requirements and cycle time obligations - at optimum productivity. · Management of Expense and capital budgets to ensure that centre meets standard cost. Ensure that the Centre meets it's twin objectives of competitive pricing and full cost recovery. · Management, development and training of the Programming Centre team to ensure that competencies and motivation match the output requirements, establishing a culture that is open, team-orientated and flexible, demonstrating personal qualities of commitment, enthusiasm, integrity and openness. · Development of appropriate work process instructions/aids and operator training processes - including the use of GPS production management systems. Ensuring achievement and improvement of high quality standards. · Provision of technical consultancy and advice to the business for strategic and tactical purposes and to the Programming Centre for optimising work methods, equipment utilisation and problem solving. · Being seen as the leader of a major "differentiator" within the Distribution industry and acting as specialist ambassador with customers, Arrow sales organisations, suppliers and internal staff. · To promote and raise the Programming Centre profile and levels of customer satisfaction by ensuring that appropriate channels of communication with the business are available and properly utilised. · Development of all necessary system tools. · Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained, and that health and safety legislation is complied with. · To manage and address operative performance, attendance, or other related issues with guidance from Human Resources, in compliance with the HR Manual and Employment Law. Experience / Skills · Experience with direct interface to customers. · Educated to degree level or equivalent. · Demonstrable skill in delivering through people, developing strong staff relations and inspiring loyalty, enthusiasm and motivation. · Commercial awareness with experience of managing cost centres and setting pricing. · Ability to understand, assess and manage for results, complex order flow, complex equipment and processes. -Experience in production and scheduling environment with short order lead-time, high service level, customer focussed businesses. To apply for this position please contact Janet Marsh on 01582 450054 or JMarsh@Redlineplc.com For further details on this and many other vacancies visit our website at www.redlineplc.com
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Programming Centre Manager
posted on 12/08/2004
location Bedfordshire
description Broadline distribution Programming Centre Manager LHCs My client is a well-established world wide broadline distributor who have supplier agreements with some of the worlds largest manufactures of electro-mechanical, semiconductor, passive and active components. They are renowned for their breadth of product knowledge and stock, and have clients in all of the major market sectors. They now seek to compliment their team with the inclusion of a Programming Centre Manager to manage the UK Programming Centre production facility to support key customer growth through provision of high quality, on time output of programmed and tape/reeled Devices and provide specialist technical and commercial input to the business leaders, relating to programming services, to support strategic decision making on investment and service provision. Your key responsibilities: · Management of work scheduling and production control processes to ensure that available capacity is matched to demand and output is produced and shipped to meet customer requirements and cycle time obligations - at optimum productivity. · Management of Expense and capital budgets to ensure that centre meets standard cost. Ensure that the Centre meets it's twin objectives of competitive pricing and full cost recovery. · Management, development and training of the Programming Centre team to ensure that competencies and motivation match the output requirements, establishing a culture that is open, team-orientated and flexible, demonstrating personal qualities of commitment, enthusiasm, integrity and openness. · Development of appropriate work process instructions/aids and operator training processes - including the use of GPS production management systems. Ensuring achievement and improvement of high quality standards. · Provision of technical consultancy and advice to the business for strategic and tactical purposes and to the Programming Centre for optimising work methods, equipment utilisation and problem solving. · Being seen as the leader of a major "differentiator" within the Distribution industry and acting as specialist ambassador with customers, Arrow sales organisations, suppliers and internal staff. · To promote and raise the Programming Centre profile and levels of customer satisfaction by ensuring that appropriate channels of communication with the business are available and properly utilised. · Development of all necessary system tools. · Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained, and that health and safety legislation is complied with. · To manage and address operative performance, attendance, or other related issues with guidance from Human Resources, in compliance with the HR Manual and Employment Law. Experience / Skills · Experience with direct interface to customers. · Educated to degree level or equivalent. · Demonstrable skill in delivering through people, developing strong staff relations and inspiring loyalty, enthusiasm and motivation. · Commercial awareness with experience of managing cost centres and setting pricing. · Ability to understand, assess and manage for results, complex order flow, complex equipment and processes. -Experience in production and scheduling environment with short order lead-time, high service level, customer focussed businesses. To apply for this position please contact Janet Marsh on 01582 450054 or JMarsh@Redlineplc.com For further details on this and many other vacancies visit our website at www.redlineplc.com
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Programming Centre Manager
posted on 04/08/2004
location Bedfordshire
description Programming Centre Manager LHCs Basic c£30000.00 plus benefits   My client is a well-established world wide broadline distributor who have supplier agreements with some of the worlds largest manufactures of electro-mechanical, semiconductor, passive and active components. They are renowned for their breadth of product knowledge and stock, and have clients in all of the major market sectors.   They now seek to compliment their  team with the inclusion of a Programming Centre Manager to manage the UK Programming Centre production facility to support key customer growth through provision of high quality, on time output of programmed and tape/reeled devices and provide specialist technical and commercial input to the business leaders, relating to programming services, to support strategic decision making on investment and service provision.   Your key responsibilities:    · Management of work scheduling and production control processes to ensure that available capacity is matched to demand and output is produced and shipped to meet customer requirements and cycle time obligations - at optimum productivity. · Management of Expense and capital budgets to ensure that centre meets standard cost.  Ensure that the Centre meets it's twin objectives of competitive pricing and full cost recovery. · Management, development and training of the Programming Centre team to ensure that competencies and motivation match the output requirements, establishing a culture that is open, team-orientated and flexible, demonstrating personal qualities of commitment, enthusiasm, integrity and openness. · Development of appropriate work process instructions/aids and operator training processes - including the use of GPS production management systems. Ensuring achievement and improvement of high quality standards. · Provision of technical consultancy and advice to the business for strategic and tactical purposes and to the Programming Centre for optimising work methods, equipment utilisation and problem solving. · Being seen as the leader of a major"differentiator" within the Distribution industry and acting as specialist ambassador with customers, Arrow sales organisations, suppliers and internal staff. · To promote and raise the Programming Centre profile and levels of customer satisfaction by ensuring that appropriate channels of communication with the business are available and properly utilised. · Development of all necessary system tools. · Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained, and that health and safety legislation is complied with. · To manage and address operative performance, attendance, or other related issues with guidance from Human Resources, in compliance with the HR Manual and Employment Law.   Experience / Skills · Experience with direct interface to customers. · Educated to degree level or equivalent. · Demonstrable skill in delivering through people, developing strong staff relations and inspiring loyalty, enthusiasm and motivation. · Commercial awareness with experience of managing cost centres and setting pricing. · Ability to understand, assess and manage for results, complex order flow, complex equipment and processes. · Minimum 10 years experience in production and scheduling environment with short order lead-time, high service level, customer focussed businesses.     To apply for this position please contact Janet Marsh on 01582 450054 or JMarsh@Redlineplc.com   For further details on this and many other vacancies visit our website at  www.redlineplc.com  
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Programming Centre Manager
posted on 03/08/2004
location Bedfordshire
description My client is a well-established world wide broadline distributor who have supplier agreements with some of the worlds largest manufactures of electro-mechanical, semiconductor, passive and active components. They are renowned for their breadth of product knowledge and stock, and have clients in all of the major market sectors. They now seek to compliment their team with the inclusion of a Programming Centre Manager to provide specialist technical and commercial input to the business leaders, relating to programming services, to support strategic decision making on investment and service provision. Your key responsibilities: · Management of work scheduling and production control processes to ensure that available capacity is matched to demand and output is produced and shipped to meet customer requirements and cycle time obligations - at optimum productivity. · Management of Expense and capital budgets to ensure that centre meets standard cost. Ensure that the Centre meets it's twin objectives of competitive pricing and full cost recovery. · Management, development and training of the Programming Centre team to ensure that competencies and motivation match the output requirements, establishing a culture that is open, team-orientated and flexible, demonstrating personal qualities of commitment, enthusiasm, integrity and openness. · Development of appropriate work process instructions/aids and operator training processes - including the use of GPS production management systems. Ensuring achievement and improvement of high quality standards. · Provision of technical consultancy and advice to the business for strategic and tactical purposes and to the Programming Centre for optimising work methods, equipment utilisation and problem solving. · Being seen as the leader of a major"differentiator" within the Distribution industry and acting as specialist ambassador with customers, Arrow sales organisations, suppliers and internal staff. · To promote and raise the Programming Centre profile and levels of customer satisfaction by ensuring that appropriate channels of communication with the business are available and properly utilised. · Development of all necessary system tools. · Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained, and that health and safety legislation is complied with. · To manage and address operative performance, attendance, or other related issues with guidance from Human Resources, in compliance with the HR Manual and Employment Law. Experience / Skills · Experience with direct interface to customers. · Educated to degree level or equivalent. · Demonstrable skill in delivering through people, developing strong staff relations and inspiring loyalty, enthusiasm and motivation. · Commercial awareness with experience of managing cost centres and setting pricing. · Ability to understand, assess and manage for results, complex order flow, complex equipment and processes. · Minimum 10 years experience in production and scheduling environment with short order lead-time, high service level, customer focussed businesses. Summary : Well-established world wide broadline distributor require a Programming Centre Manager to join their team To apply for this position please contact Janet Marsh on 01582 450054 or JMarsh@Redlineplc.com
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Maintenance Engineers - Electrical
posted on 23/04/2004
location Warwickshire UK, Warwickshire, Coventry
description Applicants must have served a recognised engineering apprenticeship with a manufacturing engineering environment. Must have several years experience working on modern machine tools with PLC / CNC control systems. Also must have a sound working knowledge of modern pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Working day/night shift on a 36 hour week – Mon, Tues and Weds and Thurs, Fri and Sat Alternating.
skills Applicants must have served a recognised engineering apprenticeship with a manufacturing engineering environment. Must have several years experience working on modern machine tools with PLC / CNC control systems. Also must have a sound working knowledge of modern pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Working day/night shift on a 36 hour week – Mon, Tues and Weds and Thurs, Fri and Sat Alternating. Role: CNC, PLC, Maintenance, Electrical, 16th Edition, wiring, fault finding, PPM, lean manufacturing, refurbishment, machines, increasing machine up time, planning and supporting activities, housekeeping.
 
Microbiology Technician
posted on 05/03/2004
location England Buckinghamshire
description Our client requires a Microbiology Technician to carry out microbiological analysis and Good Laboratory Housekeeping in accordance with the requirements of UKAS. You will also need to participate in food microbiology developments and generate ideas for future work. You must be numerate and literate, preferably with Science A Levels. It would be useful, but not essential for you to have microbiology or any other laboratory experience. You will need to be flexible and adaptable, logical and able t
skills microbiology lab work experience / quals
 
AupairCarer
posted on 04/02/2004
location UK Throughout the UK
description Live-In 'AupairCarer' vacancies exist throughout the UK and involve looking after and providing 24hr availability of Care to a Service User, normally within their own home.These opportunities will involve housekeeping and meal preparation where necessary. Domicillary Carer vacancies also exist throughout the UK and involve specified visits to Service Users, generally in their own homes,assisting and providing Care service requirements, according to individual needs.
skills Preferably with UK recognised qualifications in Care, to at least NVQ2 level or higher.Training is available through TOPSS approved standard courses and involves a Guaranteed Job placement facility once basic qualifications have been obtained.The ability to communicate effectively and have a good command of the English Language, written and oral,will also be preferable, although language tuition courses are also available to suitable applicants.In the first instance post your full CV and current photo to the address below
 
Support Technician / Microbiologist
posted on 12/01/2004
location England Buckinghamshire
description Our client requires a Microbiology Support Technician. You will report to the Microbiology Laboratory Manager, preparing samples within Microbiology ready for the later stages of the testing process. The role involves weighing out samples of products which have been entered into the system using aseptic techniques, diluting samples according to instructions provided. through to carrying out routine housekeeping tasks. Will suit people living in or able to commute to the HP postcode.
skills Microbiolgy, Aseptic techniques
 
General Maintenance Engineer
posted on 01/12/2003
location UK South England Travel Required London Berkshire Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire Reading Cambridgshire
description General Maintenance Engineer Location: Operations – Property, Maintenance and FacilitiesJob PurposeTo carry out day-to-day, “hands on” activities within the property/maintenance/facilities organisation across locations in South UK Key Responsibility Areas OPERATIONAL SUPPORT · To carry out ‘first look’ on building plant faults in technical and office sites and effect suitable repairs where possible, e.g. A/C filter replacements, lamp changes, generator runs. Resolve first line operational problems and escalate problems where necessary.· Provide power connections as required by customer rack installations.· To carry out housekeeping duties at sites as required· Be proactive in the identification of failings and the recommendation of corrective action and continued improvement· In support of the Building & Maintenance Manager conduct building management safety audits and risk assessments CUSTOMER SUPPORT · To provide a proactive and professional support service to internal and external customers ensuring service levels are maintained at all times PROJECT CO-ORDINATION · To carry out, or oversee a 3rd party, minor projects as required by the Building & Engineering Manager · To identify any issues, maintenance, uplifts, or project requirements implement in line with customer and project agreed timelines The Person· A minimum of 3 years experience is required in an Electrical and/or Mechanical field.· A minimum of 3 years demonstrable property and building infrastructure maintenance experience and including, but not limited to, one or more of the following:o AC UPS systems o DC systems o AC Standby Generationo Fire systemso Security systemso Building Management· Must be PC literate and able to effectively use the following applications: MSOffice, MS Outlook.Preferred· NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification, in one or more of the following:· Electrical/Electronic Engineering · Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (currently 16th Edition).· Electrical Installation· Mechanical Engineering · An HVAC related specialism and/or experience· Ability to use engineering drawings, manuals and documentation· An understanding of Health & Safety legislation LocationIdeally candidates will live in the southern half of the UK. The best description is: If you take a line from Heathrow to Reading up to Oxford and then across via Milton Keynes to Cambridge and then back down the M11 to the M25 Extensive travel is required across the UK and request for support at other locations may be provided at short notice.Must be able to achieve results within a fast changing, pressurised environment and willing to support colleagues on site where necessary. Salary Range: £25,000 - £30,000
skills Electrical or Mechanical Engineering skills. AC DC Security Systems Fire & Safety Systems
 
On Site Engineer
posted on 04/11/2003
location Greater London London
description This position is working for a FM company, maintaining facilities within a seven-story office building in central London. You will provide planned preventative maintenance on various M&E systems including air-conditioning, heating, lighting, alarms, etc., along with general housekeeping duties and liaising with head office regarding specialist sub-contactor requirements. You will ideally hold an electrical qualification and have a good generalist knowledge of office building facilities.
skills On site maintenance
 
General Maintenance Engineer
posted on 31/10/2003
location Nottinghamshire UK, Nottinghamshire, Travel Southern UK
description Our Client who is a is a leading pan-European commercial Internet Service Provider and telecommunications company with operations in eight European countries requires General Maintenance Engineer Your Job Purpose will beTo carry out day-to-day, “hands on” activities within the property/maintenance/facilities organisation across locations in the UK Key Responsibility AreasOPERATIONAL SUPPORT · To carry out ‘first look’ on building plant faults in technical and office sites and effect suitable repairs where possible, e.g. A/C filter replacements, lamp changes, generator runs. Resolve first line operational problems and escalate problems where necessary.· Provide power connections as required by customer rack installations.· To carry out housekeeping duties at sites as required· Be proactive in the identification of failings and the recommendation of corrective action and continued improvement· In support of the Building and Maintenance Manager conduct building management safety audits and risk assessments CUSTOMER SUPPORT · To provide a proactive and professional support service to internal and external customers ensuring service levels are maintained at all timesPROJECT CO-ORDINATION · To carry out, or oversee a 3rd party, minor projects as required by the Building and Engineering Manager To identify any issues, maintenance, uplifts, or project requirements implement in line with customer and project agreed timelines The Person· A minimum of 3 years experience is required in an Electrical and/or Mechanical field.· A minimum of 3 years demonstrable property and building infrastructure maintenance experience and including, but not limited to, one or more of the following:o AC UPS systems DC systems AC Standby Generation Fire systems Security systems Building Management· Must be PC literate and able to effectively use the following applications: MSOffice, MS Outlook.Preferred· NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification, in one or more of the following:· Electrical/Electronic Engineering · Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (currently 16th Edition).· Electrical Installation· Mechanical Engineering · An HVAC related specialism and/or experience· Ability to use engineering drawings, manuals and documentation· An understanding of Health and Safety legislation LocationIdeally candidates will live in the southern half of the UK. The best description is: If you take a line from Heathrow to Reading up to Oxford and then across via Milton Keynes to Cambridge and then back down the M11 to the M25 Extensive travel is required across the UK and request for support at other locations may be provided at short notice.Must be able to achieve results within a fast changing, pressurised environment and willing to support colleagues on site where necessary. Salary Range: GBP25,000 - GBP30,000 Closing Date: Friday, 31st October 2003 Please be aware that CV's will be reviewed on Monday 3rd November.
skills A minimum of 3 years experience is required in an Electrical and/or Mechanical field.· A minimum of 3 years demonstrable property and building infrastructure maintenance experience with at least 1of the following AC UPS systems DC systems AC Standby Generation Fire systems Security systems Building Management· MSOffice, MS Outlook.Preferred· NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification, in one or more of the following:· Electrical/Electronic Engineering · Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (currently 16th Edition).· Electrical Installation· Mechanical Engineering · An HVAC related specialism and/or experience· Ability to use engineering drawings, manuals and documentation·
 
General Maintenance Engineer
posted on 31/10/2003
location England South
description Our Client who is a is a leading pan-European commercial Internet Service Provider and telecommunications company with operations in eight European countries requires General Maintenance Engineer Your Job Purpose will beTo carry out day-to-day, “hands on” activities within the property/maintenance/facilities organisation across locations in the UK Key Responsibility AreasOPERATIONAL SUPPORT · To carry out ‘first look’ on building plant faults in technical and office sites and effect suitable repairs where possible, e.g. A/C filter replacements, lamp changes, generator runs. Resolve first line operational problems and escalate problems where necessary.· Provide power connections as required by customer rack installations.· To carry out housekeeping duties at sites as required· Be proactive in the identification of failings and the recommendation of corrective action and continued improvement· In support of the Building & Maintenance Manager conduct building management safety audits and risk assessments CUSTOMER SUPPORT · To provide a proactive and professional support service to internal and external customers ensuring service levels are maintained at all timesPROJECT CO-ORDINATION · To carry out, or oversee a 3rd party, minor projects as required by the Building & Engineering Manager To identify any issues, maintenance, uplifts, or project requirements implement in line with customer and project agreed timelines The Person· A minimum of 3 years experience is required in an Electrical and/or Mechanical field.· A minimum of 3 years demonstrable property and building infrastructure maintenance experience and including, but not limited to, one or more of the following:o AC UPS systems DC systems AC Standby Generation Fire systems Security systems Building Management· Must be PC literate and able to effectively use the following applications: MSOffice, MS Outlook.Preferred· NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification, in one or more of the following:· Electrical/Electronic Engineering · Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (currently 16th Edition).· Electrical Installation· Mechanical Engineering · An HVAC related specialism and/or experience· Ability to use engineering drawings, manuals and documentation· An understanding of Health & Safety legislation LocationIdeally candidates will live in the southern half of the UK. The best description is: If you take a line from Heathrow to Reading up to Oxford and then across via Milton Keynes to Cambridge and then back down the M11 to the M25 Extensive travel is required across the UK and request for support at other locations may be provided at short notice.Must be able to achieve results within a fast changing, pressurised environment and willing to support colleagues on site where necessary. Salary Range: £25,000 - £30,000 Closing Date: Friday, 31st October 2003 Please be aware that CV's will be reviewed on Monday 3rd November.
skills Our Client who is a is a leading pan-European commercial Internet Service Provider and telecommunications company with operations in eight European countries requires General Maintenance Engineer Your Job Purpose will beTo carry out day-to-day, “hands on” activities within the property/maintenance/facilities organisation across locations in the UK Key Responsibility AreasOPERATIONAL SUPPORT · To carry out ‘first look’ on building plant faults in technical and office sites and effect suitable repairs where possible, e.g. A/C filter replacements, lamp changes, generator runs. Resolve first line operational problems and escalate problems where necessary.· Provide power connections as required by customer rack installations.· To carry out housekeeping duties at sites as required· Be proactive in the identification of failings and the recommendation of corrective action and continued improvement· In support of the Building & Maintenance Manager conduct building management safety audits and risk assessments CUSTOMER SUPPORT · To provide a proactive and professional support service to internal and external customers ensuring service levels are maintained at all timesPROJECT CO-ORDINATION · To carry out, or oversee a 3rd party, minor projects as required by the Building & Engineering Manager To identify any issues, maintenance, uplifts, or project requirements implement in line with customer and project agreed timelines The Person· A minimum of 3 years experience is required in an Electrical and/or Mechanical field.· A minimum of 3 years demonstrable property and building infrastructure maintenance experience and including, but not limited to, one or more of the following:o AC UPS systems DC systems AC Standby Generation Fire systems Security systems Building Management· Must be PC literate and able to effectively use the following applications: MSOffice, MS Outlook.Preferred· NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification, in one or more of the following:· Electrical/Electronic Engineering · Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (currently 16th Edition).· Electrical Installation· Mechanical Engineering · An HVAC related specialism and/or experience· Ability to use engineering drawings, manuals and documentation· An understanding of Health & Safety legislation LocationIdeally candidates will live in the southern half of the UK. The best description is: If you take a line from Heathrow to Reading up to Oxford and then across via Milton Keynes to Cambridge and then back down the M11 to the M25 Extensive travel is required across the UK and request for support at other locations may be provided at short notice.Must be able to achieve results within a fast changing, pressurised environment and willing to support colleagues on site where necessary. Salary Range: £25,000 - £30,000 Closing Date: Friday, 31st October 2003 Please be aware that CV's will be reviewed on Monday 3rd November.
 
Live in Housekeeper
posted on 28/09/2003
location UK Oslo, Norway, with English speaking family
description General housekeeping (food-purchasing, running errands, washing and ironing clothes and cleaning house) for three working adults. This may (but does not always) include some cooking and taking pets to the vet. Taking care of the house and caring for the pets when the family is abroad. Live-in only.
skills driving license, must like animals (especially cats), be able to cook, clean, assume responsibility, think independently. Non-smoker, service-minded person preferred.
 
housekeeper/mother's help
posted on 24/09/2003
location East Sussex Hooe near Eastbourne
description live in housekeeper in country home. help with 8 year old twins, school runs, cleaning , laundry, housekeeping, help with dogs. Care of home and children, pets when mother abroad. Own accommodation provided.
skills must drive, have experience of housekeeping for private home, experience with children, love of countryside and animals, sense of humour, no ties.
 
housekeeping
posted on 02/06/2003
location Wales abbagavenny
description hotel working housekeeping cleaning rooms and arrange the beds
skills housekeeping experiance
 
Housekeeper
posted on 22/05/2003
location Cumbria
description Housekeeping Staff required to work in 39 bedroomed hotel, cleaning and servicing hotel bedrooms and public areas. Experience not essential as full training will be given.
skills Must be hard working, Housekeeping is a physically demanding job therefore all applicants must be physically fit. Must be able to work under own initiative.
 
Technical Manager
posted on 12/02/2003
location Greater London Central london
description Our client is a Navision Solution Centre that specialises in the supply, implementation and support of Navision Attain software solutions. The company is based in the West end of London and is part of a UK top-20 firm of accountants and business advisors. The Technical Manager will work closely with the Implementation Consultants and will be responsible for all technical matters on existing and future clients including: Navision Attain development work, both pre and post-sale Client site installation of Navision Attain Client advice on hardware, operating systems, network and comms configuration Client support on technical matters Attendance and contribution at pre-sale presentations Maintenance and housekeeping of servers and client PCs for small team Leading the technical development for the introduction of an ASP service Technical evaluation of new and add-on products Documentation of development work to ISO 9001 standards The personal attributes expected are: A commitment to delivering the highest quality client service The ability to work to a deadline The ability to multi-task and the organisational skills to prioritise The potential to take on a team leadership role
skills Required qualifications and experience Navision Certified Representative Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Demonstrable experience of substantial Navision development Demonstrable experience of Microsoft operating systems and networks Demonstrable experience of database products e.g. Access, FoxPro The ability to program in other languages e.g. Visual Basic, and a sound knowledge of accounting fundamentals would be a distinct advantage Required licences and courses Navision Attain Developer Licence Administering MS SQL Server 7.0 or System Administration for MS SQL Server 2000 Navision Attain Advanced Solution Developer Navision Attain Advanced Design
 

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