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Engineering Graduate

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Astec Services Limited
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From £20,000 to £25,000 per year + A competitive salary and benefits package is offered
Location
Cheshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Kick start your career in safety engineering and risk management

ASTEC Group ltd is an Engineering Consultancy and we provide consultancy and Engineering services, Managed Contract Services to major clients in the Nuclear, Defense, Oil & Gas and Rail industries. ASTEC is also a Risktec company and we are assisting Risktec to find the best talent for their Graduate Programme for [contact details removed] .

Risktec is an established, independent and specialist risk management consulting and training company, and is part of the TÜV Rheinland Group. We assist clients in major hazard industries as well as commercial and public sectors to manage health, safety, security, environmental and business risk.

Risktec consultants are highly qualified experienced professionals, who come from a wide range of backgrounds, who are motivated with a clear focus on meeting clients' expectations. Our collective, hard-earned experience of working across a wide range of different industries, environments and cultures, means we consider all factors and are able to deliver solutions for risk improvement that meet each client's needs. Our risk management consultants must have the ability to fully understand our clients’ needs and to have the required experience and knowledge to be able to present high quality, efficient and cost effective solutions to their problems.

Risktec have a unique opportunity for high quality graduates to build this experience and knowledge by joining our graduate development scheme, working within the UK Nuclear industry. If successful, you will be employed by Risktec Solutions and will work within our existing graduate teams who are currently embedded within one of our major nuclear industry clients, for a minimum period of one year, with the possibility of extension. Working as part of our graduate Equipment Reliability Acceleration Teams, you will identify and implement changes to the operation and maintenance of a nuclear power station that will help to maximise efficiency and minimise downtime of the stations. You will gain an in-depth understanding of risk management, design and operations within large scale, major hazard sites. In parallel, Risktec will provide a structured training programme in Risk and Safety Management. After the period of working with our client, you will emerge as trained, experienced consultants whose skills and experience will be invaluable.

We require graduates in the disciplines of Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, although other related disciplines will also be considered.

This opportunity has high visibility and profile so excellent interpersonal and written skills are required.

Due to the nature of the work, the candidates must have a suitable background that will allow them to achieve UK security clearance (please note that this is very difficult to achieve within the timescales for non UK nationals, and you will subject to a screening process prior to interview to ensure that you meet the security clearance criteria).

You must be flexible in work location and have your own transport/clean driving license. These positions could be based at any of our client sites/power stations across the UK although you will be able to indicate preferred locations.

A competitive salary and benefits package is offered and, once you have been trained and have gained experience, the opportunities for career development are endless.

Our Graduates say...
''From the very start I was involved in projects making a real difference for the client, tasked with new and exciting challenges on a daily basis, with support available every step of the way. As a young engineer, my opinions and contributions are greatly valued and this has allowed for excellent personal development, with the opportunity for advancing my career - after just 1 year on the graduate programme I have learned and developed so much that I have further expanded my role and responsibilities being given the Team Lead position.'' - Mohammad, Graduate

If you feel you have the ability, aptitude and ambition to join us, please send your CV and covering letter to [contact details removed] . For more information on our company, see our web site [contact details removed] .

Closing date for applications is Friday 30th May 2014. (Due to high volume of applicants expected for this role, if you haven’t heard from, us by mid June, please note that your application has not been successful on this occasion).

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Health and Safety Advisor

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The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)
Salary
From £36,033 to £37,534 per year
Location
Warrington
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job Title: Health and Safety Advisor
Reference: IRC137053
Salary is in the range: £36,033 to £37,534 (dependent upon experience)
Location: Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire

About Us
The Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) international reputation is based on world class science and cutting edge technology development. The forefront of scientific and technological development creates a uniquely diverse range of H&S challenges from chemical and biological agents, through electrical and mechanical systems, to cryogenic or fire safety management. The STFC is involved in some of the world’s most exciting research projects and will develop new areas of science and technology safely – with your help.

About the Role
This is a key management post within the STFC facilitating the development and delivery of STFC Health and Safety and Environment Policies, and the STFC SHE Management System.
Reporting to the Head of SHE, you will, with others, lead the development, implementation and improvement of the STFC SHE Management System across the STFC with a focus on STFC Occupational Health (OH) policy and service provision, and general Health and Safety management.
In a small team this appointment is an opportunity to add specific skills and experience in areas as diverse as occupational health and hygiene, experimental risk assessment, science and engineering disciplines, waste management.

About you
As a proactive Health and Safety Advisor you will ideally have experience working in the scientific, research or high technology industry sectors. Experience working with Occupational Health providers, outsourced service providers or fire safety management systems would be advantageous. You will be educated to degree or HND level in a scientific or engineering discipline.

Applications are handled by the UK SBS; for further information and to apply please visit our website by clicking 'Apply'. If you are unable to apply online please contact us, quoting reference number IRC137053 (Contact details available by clicking the 'Additional Details' tab on our website).

Closing date for applications will be . 27 April 2014
Interview date: 16 May 2014

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STFC is an equal opportunity employer and promotes diversity in its workforce. We are particularly keen to consider applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce and we are positive about disability.

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Health & Safety Manager

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Recruiter
Recruitment Genius
Salary
Competitive
Location
Manchester
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Position: Health & Safety Manager
Location: Rochdale or Crumpsall, Manchester
Salary: Up to £27,000
Type: 12 month fixed term contract

Health & Safety Manager required for a 12-month fixed term contract (FCT). Currently with 3 manufacturing sites in Rochdale and Manchester the company manufactures and distributes a wide range of retail laundry and non-chemical cleaning products to the Blue Chip UK retailers.

The Role of Health & Safety Manager:

- Interpretation and application of Health and Safety legislation across our sites
- Investigate accidents and report to necessary stakeholders
- Dispersal of Environmental, Health and Safety information to all levels of employees, and to visitors, as appropriate
- On and off-site inspections of plant and equipment
- Monitoring of compliance to legislation, company policy and regulations
- Devising Environmental, Health and Safety policies and procedures
- Control of all aspects of technical safety (e.g. fire alarms, fire evacuation controls, fire extinguishers, PPE)
- Conducting frequent safety inspections
- Responsibility for monitoring emission to the environment, insurance requirements, building regulations.
- Compliance, consents/licences/permits to work raised and re-certified
- Oversee the Quality Management Systems

The Ideal Candidate:

- Experience of H&S management and administration in a manufacturing environment is essential
- Qualified to NEBOSH General Certificate
- Experience in managing Quality Management systems would be useful
- Car owner with Full driving licence to enable travel between our sites
- Self Starter who can work independently and communicate effectively with all levels of staff and external insurance contacts

You may have experience of the following: Health & Safety Officer, H&S Manager, H&S Advisor, Health & Safety Advisor, Quality Assurance, Compliance Officer, Environmental, Consultant, Quality Manager etc.

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Head of Property and Safety

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Reaseheath College
Salary
From £38,946 to £42,648 per year
Location
Cheshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Reaseheath College is one of the premier land-based Colleges, located in South
Cheshire, with an enviable reputation for quality and partnerships with industry.
The College has a beautiful, rural setting situated amongst 330 hectares of farms, parklands, lake, woodland and sports facilities.

Head of Property and Safety
£38,946 - £42,648 per annum
Permanent, full-time | 37 hours per week

We are looking for a Head of Property and Safety to provide operational management and strategic support to the Director of Finance and Resources.

You will be responsible for the overall management of the Facilities Department,
Health and Safety, Student Transport arrangements and the continued operational and strategic development of the Reaseheath College estate and satellite areas. In addition, you will support the Director of Finance and Resources on the strategic Capital Build programme.

Closing date: Monday, 21st April 2014.
Assessment Centre Date: Thursday, 1st May 2014.

Further details and to apply, please visit our website.

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Reaseheath College
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SAFETY HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER (DESIGNATE)

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Seven Acorns Recruitment
Salary
From £35,000 to £42,000 per year
Location
Lancashire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Due to the planned retirement of the current SHE Manager a great management opportunity has arisen at a leading building materials manufacturing company.
Initially reporting to the Safety Health and Environmental Manager, and later to the Group Managing Director, you will take full responsibility for the Health, Safety and Environmental functions of the multi-site operation. You will be based at head office, near Wigan, but travel routinely to support all UK manufacturing sites.

Your mission will be to set the company Safety Health and Environmental agenda for the future. Building on existing systems, you will lead the company to zero harm levels of safety and to meet customer expectations of environmental and sustainability performance. You will support operational management and be able to earn the trust and respect of people from shop floor to board level.
Ideally you will hold a NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent and be eligible for Chartered Membership of IOSH. As a minimum you will hold a NEBOSH General Certificate and be working towards CMISOH. Associate Membership of IEMA will be an advantage. You should have 3 to 5 years Safety Health and Environmental experience in manufacturing.

• You will need to hold a NEBOSH Diploma and be experienced in accident investigation.
• You should also have experience of writing and maintaining Health and Safety policies and procedures and of writing and delivering training courses.
• Experience of dealing with visits from external agencies such as Environmental Health would be beneficial.
• This role involves travel and a full UK Driving Licence is essential
• You will come from a well regulated background ideally either manufacturing, chemicals, nuclear or mining.
• Able to work under your own initiative
• Team Player & good communicator
• Displays attention to detail

Salary : £35,000 - £42,000
The full time, permanent position comes with a car expense allowance, educational assistance, company paid health plan, contributory pension, 24 days holidays increasing to 26 days in addition to bank holidays etc

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Lead Engineer

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DWR CYMRU CYFYNGEDIG
Salary
From £37,070 to £43,557 per year
Location
Flintshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

As a credible member of the Developer Services Team you will:
•Lead a team within the DS Design, Build and Technical Engineering Section to ensure that water supply and wastewater schemes are handled, designed and managed within the statutory, regulatory and financial frameworks
•Provide professional management and administration of DCC outsourced contracts for design and construction of schemes undertaken by your team, and co-ordinate associated commercial processes
•Lead, support and motivate your team, whilst managing their operational performance, supporting the delivery of their services
•Ensure best in class Health and Safety performance both externally and internally on your schemes
•Identify and implement best practice from across the water and other sectors of the construction industry
•Promote relationships with external stakeholders engaged in activity directly related to the design, build and regulatory functions of DS
•Integrate with the other teams in DS to promote the capability of the Design, Build and Engineering Section and of DS overall.
•Keep the customer central to the activity and focus within DS
•Provide support for the Principal Engineer, where applicable, as well as providing support and advice to your team

As Lead Engineer you will:
•Inspire all colleagues working within your team to help individuals to achieve their maximum level of performance
•Manage and report on appropriate KPIs to measure performance of your team and individuals to ensure a high performing team
•Administer the DCC outsourced contracts as required by your team, including responsibility for delivery of schemes and for their commercial performance within the contractual requirements
•Work with the Principal Engineer on meeting business and scheme targets on time and within budget
•Act as principal point of escalation within your team; resolving day-to-day design, engineering and/or project management issues, and escalating to the Principal Engineer as appropriate
•Review and finalise proposals and offers being made by DS on behalf of DCWW and undertake agreement with the Principal Engineer and others within DCWW
•Check the quality of output from your team, in accordance with DCWW QMS requirements, agree remedial measures with the Principal Engineer and implement them within your team
•Promote stakeholder relations, representing DCWW at meetings with external parties to ensure that DCWW’s interests are protected at all times and that risks to the business are minimised. Escalate matters to the Principal Engineer as appropriate.
•Comply with DCWW Health and Safety requirements and ensure that all projects designed comply with CDM regulations
•Ensure that service delivery by your team remains compliant at all times with policy and legislation
•Work collaboratively with delivery partners/contractors to ensure that schemes deliver on time and to expectation.
•Assist the Principal Engineer in developing and maintaining processes and procedures with the Design, Build and Technical Engineering function
•Represent the Principal Engineer as appropriate, in internal and external matters

Principal Accountabilities
•Timely, safe and cost-effective delivery of all services within your team working closely with asset strategy, operations, asset capability, capital and delivery partners/contractors (services such as requisitions, rechargeables and water supply schemes)
•Performance and financial management of your team and reporting on KPIs
•Compliance with health and safety at all times during the execution of your team’s activities, and reporting of unsatisfactory practices to the Principal Engineer
•Ensuring compliance of your team with the requirements of DCC outsourced contracts, and reporting on their performance
•Compliance with policy and legislation at all times during the execution of your team’s activities
•Assistance to the Principal Engineer in preparing and monitoring training and development plans for your team, in line with HR policies and procedures
•Supporting close working relationships with asset strategy, operations, asset capability, capital and delivery partners/contractors
•Supporting stakeholder relations in a professional and efficient manner, helping to protect the interests of DCWW and helping to mitigate any business risks posed
•Acting a senior point of escalation within your team
•Promoting industry best practice within your team
•Carry out other duties to meet team needs

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DS34

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Maintenance Engineer

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Premier Technical Recruitment
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Competitive + benefits
Location
Cheshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Maintenance Site Engineer – Middlewich, Cheshire - to £35,800 + ben + overtime

Our client is recognized as one of the UK’s market leaders in the area of automated materials handling solutions, and as a result of recent positive internal restructuring, they are now looking to recruit a multi discipline, electrically biased shift maintenance professional to complement their existing team.

The site operates on a 24/7 basis, and with the company priding itself on the high quality service it provides to it’s customers across the country, it is essential that they now recruit a similarly committed and highly professional maintenance team member to ensure equipment is maintained to the highest standards and the systems meet the required demands.

Reporting to the Site Support Manager and working as part of a team of 3 engineers, core responsibilities for this electrically biased shift maintenance position will include:

• Conducting reactive and PPM maintenance on automated cranes, conveyor systems and general materials handling equipment
• Facilities maintenance activities on both site buildings and associated equipment
• Monitoring the operation and ensuring stoppages are dealt with promptly
• Assisting the site manager with any safety issues which may arise
• Using the computerised GUI system to monitor site activity
• Advising customers of any stock related issues
• Promoting any enhancements or additions required via correct channels
• Provide cover alongside other team members for holidays and sickness

This is an exceptional opportunity for an electrically qualified multi skilled enthusiastic and self motivated maintenance engineer to join a team responsible for the ongoing efficiency of fully automated cranes and conveyor systems that handle more than 50,000 pallets per month. To be considered for this exciting position, you will demonstrate a relevant recognized electrical engineering qualification, experience of working at heights and also of working both autonomously and as part of a team on AC DC, Controls, hydraulic and pneumatic systems within a busy handling and automation environment.
In return, a mapped career progression path and excellent remuneration package are available. Are you looking for a fresh challenge within a world leading organization? Then contact retained consultants Premier Technical Recruitment on [contact details removed] or via email to [contact details removed] for further details.

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Paul Simcox
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PTR14/455

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Skilled Engineering Opportunities

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Stagecoach Manchester
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Competitive
Location
Manchester
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Skilled Engineering Opportunities, Manchester area:
• Auto Electricians
• Bodymakers
• Mechanical Fitters (Days and Shift)

Would you like to work for a highly regarded organisation, whose core values are safety, a progressive attitude and expectations? Come and work on our modern fleet of over 600 buses and enjoy the benefits of:
• Competitive pay rates
• 38 hour week
• Four weeks paid annual leave (5 weeks based on service)
• Overalls and safety footwear
• Pension scheme
• Free bus travel for you and your family

Join us at Stagecoach Manchester, part of Stagecoach Group plc, one of the largest private passenger transport operators in the world. We are looking to recruit enthusiastic and motivated time-served craftsman to join our depot maintenance teams at our Depots in Manchester, Ashton and Stockport. Positions available for: Auto Electricians, Bodymakers and Mechanical Fitters (Days and Shift).

For further details and an application form call Chris Metcalfe, between 08:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday.

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Senior Maintenance Engineer

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Recruitment Genius
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Competitive
Location
Cheshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Senior Maintenance Engineer to join a leading provider of innovative and environmentally smart flexographic label solutions.

You will be required to carry out planned preventative maintenance on production printing lines and coating lines and general plant maintenance.

Responsibilities:

- Source and procure parts to budget
- Carry out planned preventative maintenance schedule.
- Efficient and cost effective use of time and materials.
- Effectively use knowledge and skills to maintain and improve equipment.
- Maintaining health and safety within all departments.
- Maintain a clean and efficient department.

Essential Skills and Qualifications:

- Electrical and Mechanical knowledge of large format printing machines.
- ONC/HNC/NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Engineering/Maintenance
- Knowledge of PLC's and fault finding.
- Knowledge and experience of pneumatics and hydraulics.
- Able to work under own initiative.
- IT Literate
- Excellent communication skills
- Good leadership skills
- Full clean driving licence and own transport

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Wheelchair/CES Service Engineer

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Recruiter
Equals One
Salary
From £16,380 to £17,300 per year + dep on exp
Location
Cheshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Wheelchair/CES Service Engineer

Dukinfield, Cheshire (Manchester Service Centre)

Salary range £16380 - £17300 per annum

Full Time - driving license essential

Job purpose:

To enable the Company to achieve the agreed contractual standard of service required by completing initial training in the workshop reconditioning wheelchairs or community mobility equipment to gain essential product knowledge. On completion of initial training this will enable you to work out in the field delivering, collecting, repairing and servicing wheelchairs and community mobility equipment. The expectation is that once fully trained the majority of jobs will be completed on a first time fix basis. In regard to the wheelchair service engineers initially the workload will consist of manual wheelchairs but as more experience is gained and with further workshop training electric wheelchairs will also be included into your work schedule.

Key Responsibilities:

1.Delivering and collecting community equipment /wheelchairs to and from service user’s homes and NHS departments, ensuring at all times that the Company Infection Control Policy is followed.

2.Servicing and repairing wheelchairs and community mobility equipment in the field with the aim of achieving a first time fix whenever possible.

3.Ensure all paper work relating to each job is read carefully and completed with all the necessary information regarding parts used and action taken written onto the job card to enable the administration team to accurately update the data base.

4.Ensure all tasks related to the hand held scanner are completed with care and accuracy on a daily basis.

5.Ensure any PPE supplied for use in carrying out your duties is used as instructed.

6.Observe all regulations covering the driving and use of the Company vehicle on the public highway and be aware of employee responsibility under the Health & Safety at Work Act.

7.Keep the vehicle you use in a tidy state and ensure stocks of all necessary parts are replenished each day.

8.ensure the vehicle safety check and the van check sheet are done each week

9.Maintain a professional customer service attitude and always use discretion when dealing with all service users and other agencies, always wear your uniform and identification badge, and ensure the uniform is kept clean and laundered at all times.

10.Prioritise and organise your work load, referring to Line Manager as and when appropriate

11.Be responsible for the maintenance and safe keeping of all tools and equipment provided by the Company as outlined in the Company handbook.

12.Agree to undertake all training offered that is necessary to maintain the skills required for this role.

Skills and Qualifications:

1.Full UK driving licence

2.Successful enhanced DBS check

3.General workshop knowledge

4.Basic mechanical knowledge

5.Basic electrical knowledge including 12v/24v D.C. systems

6.Able to move and handle loads and equipment safely

7.Experience of face to face customer contact.

8.Previous delivery driver experience

9.An awareness and understanding of people with disabilities

10.Flexible approach to working conditions and working environment change.

13.Ability to use own initiative within set boundaries of the role.

11.Ability to use a mobile phone to relay photographs

12.Good written and verbal communication skills.

13.Ability to relay clear instructions to clients.

14.Awareness of hand held scanners.

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