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Gas Engineer

Darwin Escapes - Lite

Cheddar
8 days ago
Cheddar
8 days ago

A position is now available for a Gas Engineer to join the team at Darwin Escapes.

This is an interesting and varied position, perfect for someone with similar previous experience looking to further their career.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the gas works across various resorts, ensuring all audits are completed thoroughly, paperwork is kept up to date and all certification is clear and in date.

Current in date Gas Safe qualification is essential to this position.

This position will be based at Hawkchurch Resort and Spa in Axminster, or at Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa in Cheddar so ability to travel is required.

Due to the travel required, a full driving licence is essential to this role.

This is a permanent position to work full time, variable hours. This will may weekends and bank holidays. This role will also include some on call hours, so flexibility is required.

Due to the current Covid related restrictions we will contact all applicants after the 19th November

The Gas Engineer role is ideal for anyone searching for Grounds positions within a commutable distance of Cheddar or Axminster.

Key Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for the day to day running of the gas works within the allocated resorts.
  • Support with the annual programming of all rental fleet gas certifications, to comply with required regulations
  • Oversee and complete gas works within new sales units as required
  • Maintain the highest standards with due regard to budgetary control
  • Actively promote the park and its facilities
  • Keep clear and accurate records of checks, audits and renewals
  • Ensure all renewal dates are adhered to, reporting any issues
  • Ensure all rental units are in good repair with any issues reported to the Line Manager.

What experience you will need

  • Previous experience is essential

What skills you will need

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Positive attitude with a willingness to learn
  • Driving licence is essential
  • Good organisational skills

What we offer

  • Competitive salary
  • Enhanced holiday entitlement
  • Discounted staff breaks at our luxurious holiday resorts across the UK
  • Free use of all Darwin Escapes resort facilities including many of our free gyms and swimming pools
  • Food discount across all resorts
  • Discounts on spa treatments
  • *'Introduce a friend' recruitment bonus
  • *100% work attendance bonus
  • *Company employee sick pay
  • Compassionate leave pay
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free access to the Darwin Academy training programme to help further your career and skill levels
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Health Shield cash plan
  • *Subject to terms and conditions
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Vehicle Technician / MOT Tester

CV Bay Ltd

Weston-Super-Mare, SW
4 days ago
Weston-Super-Mare, SW
£25.75k - £32.75k Per Year
4 days ago
£25.75k - £32.75k Per Year

Vehicle Technician & MOT Tester - Weston-Super-Mare
Benefits: £26,750-£32,750 basic (£11-14ph), Monday - Friday 8am-6pm, 1 hour lunch, 1 in 2 Saturdays (8am-1pm) paid at Overtime (1.5x's salary), Overtime readily available 20 days holiday plus bank holidays, pension
We are currently recruiting for a Vehicle Technician with a valid MOT Testing License to work for a family-owned independent garage based in Weston-Super-Mare.
The day to day responsibilities will be varied, anything from MOT Testing and Servicing, Tyre fitting and Wheel Alignments, to Diagnostics and Heavier repairs and major mechanics such as gear boxes, clutches, and engine rebuilds, so we need someone who is a skilled all-rounder who can put their hand to anything.
The Company has been running for over 30 years and has a great reputation within the local area. The garage is a small workshop but the Technicians work together as a team and have a great feel in the workshop. The garage offers all the most up-to-date diagnostic tools and equipment and has heavily invested in online help subscriptions.
Key Responsibilities:
  • MOT Testing on Class 4 and 7 vehicles
  • Tyre Fitting & Wheel Alignments
  • General Servicing and Maintenance
  • Major and Minor repairs, inc. gear boxes, clutches, engine refits etc.
  • Fault finding and Diagnostics

Desirable Qualifications / Experience:
  • Vehicle Repair & Maintenance Qualification
  • Valid MOT License
  • Ability to find faults and diagnose issues
  • Experience with heavy mechanics and major repairs
  • F-Gas Qualification
  • Experience in vehicle repairs and maintenance
  • High attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure in a quick-paced environment

Package:
  • Basic Salary dependant on experience - up to £32,750
  • Working hours 8am - 6pm Mon-Fri (with 1 hour lunch)
  • 1 in 2 Saturdays 8 - 1pm (paid at 1.5x's salary as overtime in addition to basic)
  • 20 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays
  • Pension

Interested? Please send your CV to Emma Stevens by applying for the vacancy or email, or call. / 0121 296 4416
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Gas Installations Engineer

AO.com

Avonmouth, SW
4 days ago
Avonmouth, SW
£32k - £34k Per Year
4 days ago
£32k - £34k Per Year

A Bit About Us:

At AO, we want to make sure our customers are happy. When they have a smile on their face, we know we’ve done a good job. It’s at the heart of everything we do, and it’s why our logo is always smiling.

When it comes to appliances and electricals, we’ve got the lot. Washing machines? Yep. TVs? Check. Laptops? Absolutely. Everything except doorbells (just kidding, we’ve got those too).

We’re passionate, relentless and full of beans, determined to make a difference and change the world for the better. From massive changes to tiny tweaks – making a difference is what keeps us driven.

It started at a pub in Bolton with a £1 bet and a belief that things could be done better!

About the Gas Installations Engineer role:

Are you a qualified Gas Engineer looking for a new role that offers a great work life balance but also plenty of overtime opportunities?

Gas Installations Engineers working on our Premium Fleet provide a first-class home delivery, installation and collection service to our customers, working a 4 on 4 off  shift pattern there is ample opportunity to make the most of all of your down time and achieve a great work life balance.

Competitive salaries and readily available overtime shifts mean we also offer excellent earning potential

As our fleet continues to grow so too do the opportunities to develop and progress. As a business we are dedicated to the ongoing training and development of our fleet and put a focus on internal progression.

Here's What You Can Expect To Be Doing:

As our Gas Installations Engineer you will be installing a variety of gas and electrical cooker and hobs alongside other domestic appliances. We offer the support of a management and technical team with a wealth of Gas and Electric industry knowledge.

We ask that you make customer satisfaction and safety paramount in your day to day role as you:
*Work within industry and company safe working practices
*Make on the spot decisions regarding health & safety at the point of installation
*Completing gas safety checks
*Keep the lines of communication open with customers and other team members

A Few Things About our Gas Installations Engineer:
As a Gas Safe registered business who also have an affiliation with NICEIC we understand the importance of safety and value all of our engineers’ qualifications which means new members of the team will all need;
*Full UK driving license
*ACS, CCN1 & CKR1
*Gas Safe Registration

Although we provide a great training and induction period as well as great development opportunities, we are always on the lookout for new team members that also have;

*LPG
*CENWAT
*Knowledge of integrated and built in appliances
*Electrical qualifications / experience
This is an amazing opportunity for a candidate that has the right attitude and can incorporate our company values in everything they do.

Why choose AO:

Our people are our superpower, and that’s no accident. We’re looking for everyday heroes who want to learn and help other people achieve. Those glass-half-full-types who have an appetite for a better tomorrow.

With AO, the sky’s the limit. We’ll support you to be the best version of yourself and always drive your career forward.

We keep things simple. We say things like "treat every customer like they’re your gran” and “make decisions your mum would be proud of" because we’re personal and act with integrity – every day in every action.

Great People Deserve Great Things:

We’ve designed our benefits to cover everything from big moments to little helps. As well all as the essentials, like pensions and holidays, we’ve got our own "AO Perks" to help you with the little things that matter.

- 25 days holiday (Excluding Bank Holidays)
- At least 5% contribution pension scheme*
- Dedicated wellness initiatives that support your wellbeing, ranging from our 24hr employee assistance programme to subsidised gym membership.

If you have what it takes to become our Gas Installations Engineer, click “Apply” now – we want to hear from you!

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Production Manager

Cameron Clarke Associates t/a talent-finder

Newport, WA
Today
Newport, WA
£40k - £40k Per Year
Today
£40k - £40k Per Year

Production Manager

An exciting position has become available for a full time Production Manager to join a friendly team based in Newport NP10 8UL. The successful candidate will earn £40,000 depending on experience. If you have a relevant qualification, experience and knowledge in electronics, manufacturing and production this is a fantastic opportunity to grow your career and join a fantastic company.

Role Requirements

•Relevant qualification, experience and knowledge in electronics manufacturing and production
•Minimum of 2 years relevant production management experience
•Evidence of strong customer focus and commercial acumen
•Good IT knowledge of systems and processes
•People management skills and the ability to motivate and lead a diverse team
•Highly adaptable and flexible approach with a ‘can do’ attitude
•Results orientated; the ability to effectively analyse data, identify issues, find solutions and deliver results in line with changing business requirements
•Judgement and decision making; ability to accurately and effectively review options and make the correct decision based on available information
•Excellent communication skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to influence at all levels in order to ensure business objectives are met
•Facilitate internal and external audits
•Understanding of ISO9001:2015, be familiar with the manufacture of CE, UL and ATEX products (or similar)
•Hold a valid driving licence (you will be required to visit our UK subcontractor and suppliers from time to time)
•Have a sense of humour

Role Responsibilities

•Responsible for leading and managing our subcontract manufacturers and procurement
•Foresee (relatively obvious) problems before they occur and take appropriate action to ensure they don’t
•Select contract electronic manufacturers and suppliers. You will ensure they produce to specification and on-time. You will have the authority to make decisions to troubleshoot manufacturing and procurement, in fact you’ll be expected to own these areas and report directly to the CEO.
•You’ll have input into new product designs for manufacturability.
•To ensure smooth running of production so that our products are built correctly and delivered on time. You will be involved in strategic decisions on procurement and production planning.

Company

Abriox is a world-leader in our field of high-tech remote monitoring equipment for oil and gas applications. We pride ourselves on designing high quality, efficient and robust products that offer clear benefits to our customers.

We are committed to employing motivated and high calibre staff who share our key values, work as a team and are committed to success.

We aim to offer competitive terms and conditions of employment. We seek the welfare of all our staff and operate on the principle that they work best when they feel valued and can achieve an appropriate work/life balance.

Why should you apply?

•A salary of up to £40k dependent on skills and experience
•Flexible working hours
•Excellent work life balance
•Working from home
•Private healthcare
•Company pension

If you’re the ideal candidate our client is looking for, please send your CV by clicking the APPLY button

Keywords: Production, Manager, IT Knowledge, ISO9001, CE, UL, ATEX, Driving Licence, Audits

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Respiratory Nurse

National Health Service

Street, SW
2 days ago
Street, SW
2 days ago

Respiratory Nurse

BOC Limited

The closing date is 18 March 2021

Job overview

Would you like to deliver outstanding care to respiratory patients as part of an established team in Somerset? BOC have a vacancy within our NHS commissioned oxygen and pulmonary rehabilitation service. BOC are part of the Linde Group who have a proven history of delivering NHS commissioned respiratory specialist services, HOSAR, Pulmonary & cardiac rehabilitation services nationally. We are committed to improving patients outcomes and staff satisfaction in an environment that promotes personal growth and development. During the pandemic we have listened and adapted our services to meet current needs. This role will also be united in delivering assessments and monitoring of Long COVID patients on the "Your COVID Recovery" app, participating in regular MDT's with acute trust, primary care stakeholders to make a difference

Main duties of the job

Working as part of a team to deliver Home Oxygen Assessment and review Services, combined with virtual Pulmonary and Covid rehabilitation recovery programs across designated sites within the Somerset. Working weekdays undertaking assessments of patients requiring oxygen treatment or rehab. Communicating effectively and working collaboratively with colleagues and key stakeholders. Delivering a quality NHS service to patients as part of a wider team. What makes you great; commitment to making a difference to patients, excellent communication skills. Ideally you will have experience in managing chronic respiratory conditions with experience in delivering education to patients. A desire to constantly improve self and the service. The right to work in the UK and have full drivers license.

About us

Are you looking for an exciting new career opportunity? BOC is more than the leading medical gases company. Did you know we deliver specialist nurse , oxygen assessment , Cardiac , Long Covid and pulmonary rehabilitation services nationally for the NHS ? We are always developing concepts and therapies to improve our patients quality of life and are Hiring NOW in Somerset. We are looking for a specialist Nurse to join our team that has been rated outstanding in caring by CQC 2019.

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Job description

Job responsibilities

The Home Oxygen Assessment and Review Service is part of the wider provision of clinical services within Somerset. These includes supporting the case load of Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Long Covid recovery patient services. As a result, there are working and development opportunities if you do not have current skills in rehabilitation services or want to be involved in supporting COVID recovery. Dependant of knowledge and experience there is opportunity for succession and development to deputise for Team lead. The position reports to the Team Lead.

Principal responsibilities

  • To be professionally and legally accountable for all aspects of own work, including the management of patients in your care, respecting confidentiality at all times.
  • To ensure a high standard of clinical care for patients under your management, undertaking all aspects of clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner.
  • Together with other Respiratory Nurse and Team Leader, to plan, co-ordinate, the delivery of the service across sites within the CCG area, including the patients home.
  • To have comprehensive understanding of patient presentation based upon clinical knowledge and experience to assess suitability for HOSAR services, pulmonary and COVID rehabilitation
  • To use experience and practical skills developed over time and underpinned by theoretical knowledge, to interpret and analyse clinical and non-clinical facts to form accurate diagnosis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and other respiratory conditions, recommending the best intervention such as long term or ambulatory oxygen therapies or PR.
  • To take and interpret capillary blood samples recommending oxygen treatments accordingly in line with local and national protocols and guidelines to ensure safety of patients and family/carers
  • To formulate, plan, deliver, evaluate and progress a patient-centred pulmonary rehabilitation programme by effective clinical reasoning, using current evidence based practice. To recognise when rehabilitation is not the most appropriate course of action. (currently delivered virtually)
  • To use valid and reliable outcome measures in line with evidence based practice and best practice statements to evaluate patient progress, reassessing and adjusting treatment programmes as indicated.
  • Communicate effectively and work collaboratively with colleagues to ensure delivery of a co-ordinated service. To be flexible so to facilitate effective verbal and non-verbal communication with those demonstrating communication barriers. Use advocates and other communication strategies where necessary.
  • Organise own caseload effectively and efficiently with regard to prioritisation and use of time. To recognise when patient presentation requires referral onto other health professional or specialist teams, and take appropriate action.
  • Provide training, advice, teaching and instruction as required to patients, relatives and carers to promote the understanding of the aims of oxygen therapy /pulmonary rehabilitation, and ensure a consistent approach to patient care. This may include participation in education to outside agencies.
  • Use effective interpersonal skills for supporting distressed patients and relatives through the process of readjustment and rehabilitation, promoting understanding of diagnosis, assessments, and the treatment programme. This includes the ability to deal with complex physical, emotional and psychological needs in an appropriate and sensitive way.
  • To involve patients, carers and members of the multi-disciplinary team, where appropriate in discussion of patient care.
  • To assess clinical risk within own patient caseload and to be aware of risks involved in the caseloads of other team members. Action and report identified risks using appropriate BOC procedures.
  • To be responsible for maintaining accurate and comprehensive patient treatment records (written or electronic) in line with legal requirements using system one patient record database.
  • To understand the legalities around gaining informed consent and to implement appropriate procedures in line with professional and BOC policies
  • To maintain own CPD by keeping up-to-date with new trends and developments incorporating them into your work. Participate in local, regional and national respiratory networks for information gathering and dissemination. Participating in postgraduate courses, in-service training and e.g.best practise, team meetings, special interest groups, clinical forums etc.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of clinical governance, information governance and risk management and apply to the work situation effectively, alerting management to any risks and benefits. Handle complex, sensitive or emotive information provided or received appropriately.
  • To ensure safe working practice at all times, adhering to health and safety policy and having knowledge of contraindications to specific treatments. Adhering at all times to the Lone Working policy. To be responsible for safe and competent use of all equipment provided to deliver patient care.
  • Work with the Team Leader and in the evaluation of the HOSAR &Pulmonary Rehabilitation service using evidence based practise projects, audits, outcome measures and research. Assist with research led by other members of the BOC rehabilitation/oxygen teams and national audits. Provide patient related data/statistics when requested in a timely manner.
  • To work within BOC guidelines and policies. Monitor own standards and quality of practice. Ensure all staff adheres to relevant codes of conduct and professional standards.
  • To be responsible for own workload to meet the service and patient priorities, allowing adequate time for non-clinical duties, ability to support the team at times of temporary staff shortage as well as being flexible during the working day to allow response for unexpected circumstances.
  • To promote the service within the locality to ensure appropriate referrals are received.

ADULT AND CHILD PROTECTION

  • Have a duty and a responsibility to protect vulnerable adults, children and young people in accordance with National Guidelines and local policies
  • Be aware of the framework for the Mental Capacity Act (2005)

To support the Team Leader in:

Developing the service

Communicating and promoting the service locally

Ensuring the service is highly integrated within local care pathways

Propose and implement continuous improvements to the service

Run monthly KPIs reports for the purpose of measuring Service performance

Support our Clinical Governance programme within the service by:

Seeking, proposing and implementing continuous improvements to the service

Safeguarding high standards of care by following key components of our robust clinical governance system, including:

o Safeguarding

o Clinical effectiveness

o Clinical Audit

o Research & Development

o Education and Training

o Evidence based healthcare

o User/Patient involvement

o Performance Appraisal and Continuous Professional Development

o Incidents and complaints

Safeguarding

BOC Healthcare has in place both a Safeguarding Children Policy and a Safeguarding Adults Policy in line with national legislation.

The Safeguarding Policies place a duty upon every employee who has contact with children, families and adults in their everyday work to safeguard and promote their welfare. In the event that you have concerns about possible harm to any child or adult you should seek advice and support from BOC Healthcare Safeguarding Lead or in their absence contact your line manager or Regional Lead. BOC Healthcare has a nominated Safeguarding Lead who acts as contact point for support and advice if concerns are raised about a child or adults welfare.

The policies and procedures described are located on the intranet, will be incorporated in your Induction and you should ensure you are aware of, understand and comply with these. In addition, BOC Healthcare will publicise and raise awareness of its arrangements and provide appropriate resources and training.

Information Governance

All employees working within BOC Healthcare are bound by a legal duty of confidence to protect personal information they may come into contact with during the course of their work. All staff, whether permanent, temporary or contracted, are responsible for ensuring that they are aware of Information Governance requirements incumbent upon them and for ensuring that they comply with these on a day to day basis.

  • Champion Information Governance within the team and ensure that the team have the information required to comply with requirements

Key interfaces

Key Interfaces are:

BOC Team lead / Senior lead team/ Contracts manager

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Technical Instructor

Colleagues within local pulmonary rehabilitation and HOSAR team

Patients, their families and their carers

GPs

Community and practise Nurses

Secondary Care teams

Respiratory Physicians

BLF and other patient groups

Facilities Management at the locations we provide the service from

Required critical behaviours

Critical behaviours are:

Patient focus

Functional & technical competence

Decision making and execution

Communication & collaboration

Influencing

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Degree in Physiotherapy or Nursing
  • HCPC or NMC registration
  • postgraduate experience developed in respiratory care
  • Experience of working within a pulmonary rehabilitation programme or community oxygen respiratory service
  • ENB 998 or mentoring equivalent
  • Experience of effective team working

Desirable

  • Experience of audit and research

Experience

Essential

  • Clinical knowledge in the field of HOSAR & Pulmonary Rehabilitation assessment and intervention
  • Interpretation of blood gases analysis and desirable skill in performing ABG/CBG
  • Degree in COPD or asthma (or working towards one) or relevant clinical experience with respiratory patients treatment and management
  • Knowledge of the principles of Clinical and Information Governance and application within clinical practice
  • Able to extract and utilise relevant evidence-based data
  • Commitment to patient-centred care
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and non-verbal) with people from a wide variety of backgrounds/cultures
  • Knowledge of national and international guidelines relevant to the role
  • Awareness of current issues affecting healthcare provision and the profession
  • Evidence of recent Continuing Professional Development and portfolio evidence
  • To be highly motivated and highly motivating
  • Desire to constantly improve self and the service
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent IT and presentation skills

Desirable

  • Working knowledge of audit, research and other evaluative measures
  • Understanding of treatments of heart failure /cluster headaches
  • Knowledge of palliative and end of life care co-ordinating/ treatments
  • Critical appraisal skills
  • Experience of engaging with stake holders to promote services
  • Teaching skills-
  • Managerial and Leadership skills
  • Innovator
  • Desire to participate in research

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

BOC Limited

Address

Hindhayes Lane

Street

Somerset

BA16 0ET


Employer's website

https://www.boconline.co.uk/en/index.html

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Multi Skilled HVAC Engineer

Randstad CPE

Bristol, SW
19 days ago
Bristol, SW
£35k - £37k Per Year
19 days ago
£35k - £37k Per Year

Exciting opportunity to join an established FM provider

An established FM provider is on the look out for a multi-skilled engineer who has commercial gas tickets to join HVAC & Gas division

The role will mainly include working on a retail & supermarket contract covering the Bristol, Swindon & Chippenham area.

To find out more apply to the job advert

Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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Depot Supervisor - Operations / Sales

Avanti GAS Limited

Weston-Super-Mare, SW
10 days ago
Weston-Super-Mare, SW
10 days ago

AvantiGas is one of the UK's leading suppliers in off-grid energy solutions to homes and businesses across the nation. At AvantiGas we don’t just provide energy, we’re just as much about service and relationships. To us, it’s about the fulfilled promise of safe, efficient and friendly delivery of our products.

The Position:

We are currently recruiting for a Depot Supervisor to join our small team based in Weston Super Mare where you’ll supervise our Cylinder depot, providing support to the Site Operations Manager. The role is a focal point of contact for our customers and provides administrative support to the site.

Key responsibilities:

  • Processing customer orders, creating new accounts and dealing with customer queries

  • Creation of delivery tours, daily printing & dispatch of driver delivery notes

  • Month end stock reconciliation and submission of information within relevant timescales

  • Maintaining the general upkeep and cleanliness of the office space, organising files and paperwork

  • You’ll support the Site Operations Manager to maintain SHEQ compliance on site

Please see the full list of responsibilities on the Job Description attached.

What are we looking for?

  • Experience of working in a similar role with strong administration skills

  • Educated to GCSE level or equivalent.

  • Competent IT user with knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word and Excel.

  • Prepared to take on FLT training, ADR & Driver CPC training.

  • Able to demonstrate strong customer services skills and professionalism.

  • You’ll have excellent organisation and time management skills with the ability to manage varying workloads and demonstrate flexibility in a changing environment.

Why Should You Apply?

  • Opportunity to work within a friendly, supportive team – both in your department and the wider business

  • Training and development, as well as exposure to our International subsidiaries

  • Excellent employee benefits

Benefits:

25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a 6% employer pension contribution, both increasing with length of service, as well as a discretionary annual bonus based on business and individual performance. You’ll also have access to private medical insurance and dental cover, a life assurance scheme and an employee assistance programme.

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Trainee Mortgage Advisor - Nationwide

LSL Property Services plc

Bristol, SW
13 days ago
Bristol, SW
13 days ago

Trainee Mortgage and Protection Advisor  –  Nationwide

 

PRIMIS Mortgage Network are seeking hungry, tenacious, aspirational sales professionals to join an Appointed Representative Partner Firm (AR) of PRIMIS Mortgage Network’s Mortgage & Protection Advisory operation in the role of Trainee Mortgage &Protection Advisor alongside their hugely successful Mortgage and Protection advisory business.

 

The highly successful award winning network partner has a team of 20 currently including Mortgage Advisors, Protection Advisors and General Insurance advisors, all operating remotely from home across the UK.

 

The roles available are to join the Protection Team initially advising customers over the telephone around Life assurance, Private Medical Insurance, Business Protection & GI (General Insurance i.e. Home Insurance) before transition into the Mortgage and Protection advisory roles should the appetite exist for you / the firm.

 

The role is self-employed with strong earnings of between £45,000 and £50,000 achievable for the very best and with existing experienced advisors earning £100,000 +

 

CeMAP or CAS status is not a requirement for this role initially

 

Importantly all monies advertised are accurate and can be fully supported as actuals of existing employees.

 

The role is Home Working – UK only

 

The pre requisites for the candidates for this role are hunger, tenacity and sales experience – Full comprehensive product training will be given.

  

The environment is very much a work hard play hard culture with fun to be had along the way. The environment is a demanding target driven environment with the emphasis on top class customer outcomes and impeccable compliance results.

 

The mortgage and protection products available to all staff are of the very highest quality with some 17 protection providers on panel and some 90 mortgage lenders ensuring the best outcomes for our customers.

   

PRIMIS Mortgage & Protection Network - a wholly owned subsidiary of the highly respected parent business - LSL Property Services plc, and is the largest dedicated Mortgage and Protection Networks in the UK with some 2500 advisors across some 900 individually branded Mortgage and Protection businesses.

   

The successful candidate will display outstanding customer service skills as well as being highly motivated, professional and a real "people person" with the ambition to be the very best that you can be.

  

Applications / approaches will be exclusively managed by James McNee of PRIMIS Mortgage Network / LSL’s internal recruitment function

 

As a result of the popularity of roles such as this then I’m afraid we cannot communicate to all applicants regarding the status of their application so would ask that should you have not had contact within 7 days that your application on this occasion has been unsuccessful.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on your background or needs, if you require any adjustments to make the recruitment process easier please let us know.

 

PRIMIS Mortgage Network / LSL Property Services are dedicated to protecting your data - our Recruitment Privacy Notice can be viewed on the LSL Careers website

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Principal Environmental Consultant

NSB Recruitment Ltd

Bristol, United Kingdom
7 days ago
Bristol, United Kingdom
7 days ago

NSB Recruitment are currently recruiting for an experienced Environmental Consultant with a marine background with a focus on either the Oil and Gas and or renewables sector.

Working with this global brand, you will be involved on some of the most high-profile projects both in the UK as well as overseas. You will be playing a key role within the environmental team as well as the wider business, and have significant scope to drive and influence the team moving forwards.

My client provides environmental consultancy services and modelling software solutions. Their core capabilities include flood risk and water resource management, coastal processes and climate change adaptation, environmental regulation and compliance, and TUFLOW software sales and support.

Their specialist water and environmental services include Hydrology and Flood Hydraulics; Flood Forecasting and Intelligence; Coastal and Maritime Structures; Water Quality and Sedimentation Studies; Metocean Services; and Urban Water Cycle Solutions

They work closely with upstream oil and gas industry, delivering Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Environmental Compliance and Permitting; Decommissioning Programmes and Scoping; Chemical Permitting; Marine Conservation and Ecosystems Management; Hydrodynamic, dispersion and particulates Modelling, Underwater Noise and Oil Spill Modelling and Impact Assessment and Environmental Due Diligence.

My client has offices in Aberdeen, Leeds and London and are currently looking to bolster their environmental and sustainability capability.

The Role

Due to their ongoing success and ambitious plans moving forward, they are currently looking to recruit a Principal Environmental Consultant to provide independent and original expertise, ingenuity and judgement in the offshore oil and gas and renewables fields. The Principal will act as a Project Manager or Project Director and lead a team of employees both from a team and project perspective. They will help grow the business through strategic business development, promotions, and sales.

 

To be considered for this exciting Principal Environmental Consultant role you will need to have:

  • Be a recognised expert in their field with strong technical capability in marine biology, Environmental Impact Assessments of oil and gas and marine renewable energy operations, facilitation of relevant environmental studies, workshops and stakeholder engagement.
  • Provide strategic and statutory environmental advice to clients in a variety of sectors.
  • Build upon existing and develop new client relationships to further the Environment UK business.
  • Provide technical advice, leadership and mentoring to the marine environment team.

Essential requirements for the role would be:

  • A relevant bachelor's degree in biological or other relevant science and a working knowledge of environmental engineering techniques.
  • Significant post-graduate experience in Oil and Gas industry or Oil and Gas consulting sector.
  • Demonstrable experience in offshore renewable energy projects.
  • Excellent knowledge of offshore environmental UK policy and legislation.
  • Demonstrable experience in managing and writing Environmental Impact Assessments, Environmental Statements and Appraisals, and/or Strategic Environmental Assessment for offshore energy projects.
  • Experience of project managing medium to large projects.
  • Experience of business development, bid writing, client relationship building and key account management.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Environmental consultancy experience
  • Attend public events in support of a wider client proposal, attend and monitor committee and other hearings.

Why apply for this Principal Environmental Consultant role

My client offers a highly competitive salary up to £60,000 along with a range of exciting benefits.  This is an exceptional opportunity to join an ambitious business with significant growth plans.  My client offers ongoing training as well as great scope for progression and reward.  You will have significant input into the growth and development of the business

 

If this Principal Environmental Consultant role is of interest to you, please click apply now below.

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Development Chemist

Professional

Clevedon, SW
Today
Clevedon, SW
Today

Development Chemist

Clevedon

Salary D.O.E

My Client who is a leading manufacturer within their field is seeking an experienced Development Chemist to join their team.

The main purpose of this role will be to undertake development work in the Laboratory and on Customer Sites including; process problem solving, beta and field trial support and product incident investigation.

Main Duties:

•Analytical chemistry skills including instillation of test gases, leak checking of test equipment, analysis of gases using equipment including FTIR, mass spec, electrochemical cells, analysis and write up of data. Demonstrated ability to contribute to innovative technology development or product improvement.
•Carry out risk assessments on prototype equipment or lab test rigs and to operate them safely.
•Ability to interact with other members of the technical community at a detailed technical level.
•Ability to transfer detailed technology requirements to an engineering group and ensure that the design intent is reflected in the resulting product designs.
•An ability to describe technical subjects to a range of non-experts (eg. sales, marketing, engineering, management) and have the audience understand the basic concepts and benefits of technologies under development.

Skills and Experience

•The candidate will ideally have a minimum of a Chemistry or Chemical Engineering degree or PhD, followed by between 1 - 3 years in analytical lab, gas chemistry lab or product development.
•Graduates with suitable industrial placement experience will be considered. Other chemical or engineering backgrounds will be considered.

PROMAN  acts as an employment agency for permanent staff and an employment business for temporary workers. We recruit for roles based in Engineering, Technical, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Office, Logistics and Industrial.

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Posted

8 days ago

Description

A position is now available for a Gas Engineer to join the team at Darwin Escapes.

This is an interesting and varied position, perfect for someone with similar previous experience looking to further their career.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the gas works across various resorts, ensuring all audits are completed thoroughly, paperwork is kept up to date and all certification is clear and in date.

Current in date Gas Safe qualification is essential to this position.

This position will be based at Hawkchurch Resort and Spa in Axminster, or at Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa in Cheddar so ability to travel is required.

Due to the travel required, a full driving licence is essential to this role.

This is a permanent position to work full time, variable hours. This will may weekends and bank holidays. This role will also include some on call hours, so flexibility is required.

Due to the current Covid related restrictions we will contact all applicants after the 19th November

The Gas Engineer role is ideal for anyone searching for Grounds positions within a commutable distance of Cheddar or Axminster.

Key Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for the day to day running of the gas works within the allocated resorts.
  • Support with the annual programming of all rental fleet gas certifications, to comply with required regulations
  • Oversee and complete gas works within new sales units as required
  • Maintain the highest standards with due regard to budgetary control
  • Actively promote the park and its facilities
  • Keep clear and accurate records of checks, audits and renewals
  • Ensure all renewal dates are adhered to, reporting any issues
  • Ensure all rental units are in good repair with any issues reported to the Line Manager.

What experience you will need

  • Previous experience is essential

What skills you will need

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Positive attitude with a willingness to learn
  • Driving licence is essential
  • Good organisational skills

What we offer

  • Competitive salary
  • Enhanced holiday entitlement
  • Discounted staff breaks at our luxurious holiday resorts across the UK
  • Free use of all Darwin Escapes resort facilities including many of our free gyms and swimming pools
  • Food discount across all resorts
  • Discounts on spa treatments
  • *'Introduce a friend' recruitment bonus
  • *100% work attendance bonus
  • *Company employee sick pay
  • Compassionate leave pay
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free access to the Darwin Academy training programme to help further your career and skill levels
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Health Shield cash plan
  • *Subject to terms and conditions
Source: Darwin Escapes - Lite