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  • ExpiredHealth and Safety Adviser

    United Kingdom > GlasgowHealth & Safety > HSE Manager

    Key Requirements

    NEBOSH National or Construction Certificate Minimum two years’ experience working in health and safety, within construction sector Strong IT skills Strong verbal and written communication skills Self-motivated team player with good people skills. Desirable skills: Construction or remediation management experience NEBOSH Diploma.

    Job Description

    Provide health and safety advice to members. Produce, review, edit, and approve health and safety documentation Analysis, review and update health and safety databases, including sub-contractor vetting Inspection and audit of site investigation projects Delivery of health and safety training. The role will also involve travelling to projects around the UK, resulting in some overnight stays in accommodation.

    Type: Staff or Contract / Site, OfficeSalary: Excellent

    Opportunity for a Health and Safety Advisor to join the Health and Safety department. The exceptional approach of our Client to health and safety is demonstrated by the multiple number of Gold RoSPA awards we have received, while their Safety Management System is UKAS accredited to the OHSAS 18001 standard.

    Posted: Wed 07 Nov at 11:06       Job Expired: Sun 06 Jan at 11:06

  • ExpiredManaging Quantity Surveyor

    United Kingdom > GlasgowQuality/Inspection > Quantity Surveying

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this role as a Managing Quantity Surveyor, you will have: • A strong, demonstrable background of successfully delivering quantity surveying services in a Senior/Managing QS capacity on client projects within the Oil and Gas / Energy / Nuclear / Infrastructure / Water / Utilities or similar sectors. • A solid background of contract management and administration (ideally working with NEC3 but other forms of contract such as FIDIC and bespoke will also be considered); • A full UK driving licence and access to transport as required. • The ability to successfully work in a fast paced environment and to effectively prioritise and reprioritise your workloads as required. • A degree/HNC or equivalent in a relevant field i.e. Quantity Surveying, Commercial Management, Project Management, Engineering etc. is highly beneficial. • Previous experience of managing/leading a team of multi-disciplined personnel is highly beneficial. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    Job Description

    Working as a Managing Quantity Surveyor / Commercial Manager, you will take on a hands-on position within the team delivering quantity surveying services for our clients on a variety of pipeline projects, in addition to managing a team and developing work within the client frameworks that you are responsible for. As a Managing Quantity Surveyor your responsibilities will include: • Providing Senior Quantity Surveying services to our end clients. This will include working across the full project lifecycle from preparing ITT documentation and attending the evaluation meetings through to managing and administering terms and conditions of contract and final accounts / dispute resolution. • Managing the framework agreements in place with clients and developing strong relationships with inpiduals within the business. You will be our client’s point of contact if they have issues or queries in in relation to the agreements and you will also work with the clients to explore new opportunities and develop the work we are already completing for them as appropriate. • Managing a multi-disciplined team. This will include interview and selection, appraisals, work distribution and management, approval of timesheets, training and supporting juniors etc. • Attending monthly management meetings to coordinate and liaise on framework matters. • Providing support to tender proposals when required.

    Type: Staff / Site, OfficeSalary: Negotiable depending on experience

    In line with our continued success and growth, we are looking to recruit an additional Managing Quantity Surveyor / Commercial Manager with gas / pipeline / energy experience to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor / Managing Quantity Surveyor to lead and deliver a portfolio of projects and frameworks within the energy sector for our expanding client base across the UK. Location: This role could be based out of the following locations in line with your own location – Northwich, Northampton or Scotland (to based within the central belt...

    Posted: Fri 23 Mar at 14:30       Job Expired: Tue 22 May at 14:30

  • ExpiredSenior Quantity Surveyor / Project QS x2

    United Kingdom > GlasgowCommercial/Financial/Legal > Contracts Administration

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this role, you will have previous experience working within a Project QS / SQS capacity, ideally within the energy, oil, gas or petrochemical, mechanical, nuclear, infrastructure, water, utilies or similar sectors. Specifically, you should have: • Experience of providing pre-contract support e.g. compilation of works information, preparation of ITTs, tender evaluations, negotiations, contract award etc. • Knowledge and/or experience of contract strategy e.g. adapting / developing standard forms of contract to meet client requirements. • Demonstrable experience of administering contracts, in particular NEC3. This will include notification processes, assessment of additional works, contractual correspondence etc. • Experience/knowledge of financial management and governance procedures. • Solid experience and understanding of progress chasing requirements and progress capture mechanisms. • Experience of carrying out monthly assessments of contractor’s work. • Ability to effectively manage your time and adapt to changing priorities as required. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Hold a full UK driving licence and have access to transport.

    Job Description

    As an experienced Quantity Surveyor, you will be joining our existing team, to provide commercial support to a number of projects at various stages of their lifecycle predominately within the energy and oil and gas sectors. Your role will involve pre and post contract work using predominately NEC forms of contract. Location: This role will be based within the central belt of Scotland (Glasgow/Edinburgh area) with travel across Scotland as required. Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

    Type: Staff / SiteSalary: Negotiable

    We are currently recruiting for TWO experienced Project QS / Senior Quantity Surveyors to join our team in Scotland. Within this role you will be utilising NEC forms of contract on gas pipeline projects, and associated civil works, across Scotland (predominately within the central belt).

    Posted: Wed 22 Nov at 16:56       Job Expired: Sun 21 Jan at 16:56

  • ExpiredProject Quantity Surveyor

    United Kingdom > GlasgowQuality/Inspection > Quantity Surveying

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this role, you will have previous experience working within a Project Quantity Surveyor capacity, ideally within the energy, oil, gas or petrochemical, mechanical, nuclear, infrastructure, water, utilies or similar sectors. Specifically, you should have: • Experience of working as a Project QS (ideally working on the Client’s side) • Experience of providing pre-contract support e.g. compilation of works information, preparation of ITTs, tender evaluations, negotiations, contract award etc. • Knowledge and/or experience of contract strategy e.g. adapting / developing standard forms of contract to meet client requirements. • Demonstrable experience of administering contracts, in particular NEC3. This will include notification processes, assessment of additional works, contractual correspondence etc. • Experience/knowledge of financial management and governance procedures. • Solid experience and understanding of progress chasing requirements and progress capture mechanisms. • Experience of carrying out monthly assessments of contractor’s work. • Ability to effectively manage your time and adapt to changing priorities as required. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Hold a full UK driving licence and have access to transport.

    Job Description

    As a Project Quantity Surveyor, you will be joining our existing team, to provide commercial support to a number of projects at various stages of their lifecycle predominately within the energy and oil and gas sectors. Your role will involve supporting the Senior and Principle Quantity Surveyors in pre and post contract work using predominately NEC forms of contract. Location: This role will be based within the central belt of Scotland (Glasgow/Edinburgh area) with travel across Scotland as required. Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

    Type: Staff / Site, OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    Due to our continued growth we are currently looking to extend our core team of Quantity Surveyors. As such we are looking to recruit a Project Quantity Surveyor (intermediate level) to join our team. This role would be perfect for inpiduals currently working as a Project Quantity Surveyor looking for a new challenge or an Assistant Quantity Surveyor looking for the next step up in their career. Ideally you will come from an Energy, Oil & Gas, Water, Utilities, Mechanical Nuclear, Infrastructure or similar background with have experience of bespoke contracts or NEC3.

    Posted: Fri 06 Oct at 14:37       Job Expired: Tue 05 Dec at 14:37

  • ExpiredSenior Quantity Surveyor

    United Kingdom > GlasgowQuality/Inspection > Quantity Surveying

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this role, you will have previous experience working within a QS / SQS capacity, ideally within the energy, oil, gas or petrochemical, mechanical, nuclear, infrastructure, water, utilies or similar sectors. Specifically, you should have: • Experience of working as a Project QS (ideally working on the Client’s side) • Experience of providing pre-contract support e.g. compilation of works information, preparation of ITTs, tender evaluations, negotiations, contract award etc. • Knowledge and/or experience of contract strategy e.g. adapting / developing standard forms of contract to meet client requirements. • Demonstrable experience of administering contracts, in particular NEC3. This will include notification processes, assessment of additional works, contractual correspondence etc. • Experience/knowledge of financial management and governance procedures. • Solid experience and understanding of progress chasing requirements and progress capture mechanisms. • Experience of carrying out monthly assessments of contractor’s work. • Ability to effectively manage your time and adapt to changing priorities as required. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Hold a full UK driving licence and have access to transport.

    Job Description

    As a Quantity Surveyor, you will be joining our existing team, to provide commercial support to a number of projects at various stages of their lifecycle predominately within the energy and oil and gas sectors. Your role will involve pre and post contract work using predominately NEC forms of contract. Location: This role will be based within the central belt of Scotland (Glasgow/Edinburgh area) with travel across Scotland as required. Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

    Type: Staff / Site, OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    In line with our continued success we are currently looking to grow our existing core team of Quantity Surveyors. This role is a great opportunity for an experienced Project QS or Senior Quantity Surveyor looking for a new challenge with knowledge of NEC forms of contract. Previous experience of gas pipeline or large civil works is preferred but not essential. Please note that this is a staff position.

    Posted: Fri 06 Oct at 14:34       Job Expired: Tue 05 Dec at 14:34

  • ExpiredGraduate / Assistant Quantity Surveyor

    United Kingdom > GlasgowQuality/Inspection > Quantity Surveying

    Key Requirements

    We are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking, driven inpiduals with excellent written and verbal communication skills who have an interest within the Energy sector (no experience of the Energy industry is required) and want to kick start their career as a Quantity Surveyor. In return, we are able to offer you the opportunity to work with a number of experienced Senior Quantity Surveyors / Commercial Managers on multiple projects within the oil, gas and energy industry. Additionally, we would support you as you work towards your RICS accreditation. Please note, applicants must have a full driving licence and access to a car for this opportunity as travel to sites across Scotland will be required.

    Job Description

    Within this role the successful applicant will be offered an excellent opportunity to grow and develop a career. This position would be perfectly suited for a recent Quantity Surveying (or similar) graduate or a Trainee/Assistant Quantity Surveyor looking for the next move in their career. Location: This role will be based within the central belt of Scotland (i.e. in the Glasgow/Edinburgh region)

    Type: Staff / Site, OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    In line with our continued growth we are recruiting a Graduate Quantity Surveyor to join our team.

    Posted: Fri 06 Oct at 14:31       Job Expired: Tue 05 Dec at 14:31

  • ExpiredProject QS / Senior Quantity Surveyor x2

    United Kingdom > GlasgowCommercial/Financial/Legal > Contracts Administration

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this role, you will have previous experience working within a Project QS / SQS capacity. Specifically, you should have: • Experience of providing pre-contract support e.g. compilation of works information, preparation of ITTs, tender evaluations, negotiations, contract award etc. • Knowledge and/or experience of contract strategy e.g. adapting / developing standard forms of contract to meet client requirements. • Demonstrable experience of administering contracts, in particular NEC3. This will include notification processes, assessment of additional works, contractual correspondence etc. • Ability to effectively manage your time and adapt to changing priorities as required. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    Job Description

    As a Project Quantity Surveyor / Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be joining our existing team, to provide commercial support to a number of projects at various stages of their lifecycle. Your role will involve pre and post contract work using predominately NEC forms of contract and bespoke contracts based on NEC3. Ideally we are looking for staff members to join our team on a permanent basis however contractors will also be considered. Location: Northwich, Northampton or Scotland (central belt) with travel UK wide as required. Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

    Type: Staff / Site, OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    In line with our continued success we are currently looking to grow our existing core team of Quantity Surveyors. This role is a great opportunity for experienced Mid-Level Project Quantity Surveyors or Senior Quantity Surveyors to work on a variety of projects at various stages of their project lifecycle. These roles would be ideal for inpiduals from an Energy, Oil & Gas, Water, Utilities, Mechanical Nuclear, Infrastructure or similar background with experience of bespoke contracts or NEC3.

    Posted: Tue 11 Jul at 15:12       Job Expired: Sat 09 Sep at 15:12

  • ExpiredContracts Manager / Senior Quantity Surveyor

    United Kingdom > GlasgowCommercial/Financial/Legal > Contracts Administration

    Key Requirements

    To be considered for this Contracts Manager position you MUST have: • Experience of pre and post commercial management of projects in excess of £5m capital expenditure, ideally FIDIC and/or NEC3 based • Strong commercial contract and negotiation skills and experience of assisting in closing of capital contracts. • Strong self-performance management and delivery focus with the ability to balance conflicting requirements of quality, cost and time and make decisions in tight timescales. • Good all round understanding of financial, commercial and business principles and risk mitigation practices. • Awareness of when decisions must be referred to more senior team members. • Ability to explain complex and detailed commercial issues and interactions to give full understanding to senior managers to reach business decisions. • Knowledge of health, safety and environmental legislation associated with construction projects. • IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and other IT based project management software. • Experience of quality standards and procurement management. • Flexible to travel around the UK and overseas. Additionally, it would be highly beneficial if you have: • Degree (or equivalent) and professional qualification in Law, Engineering or Procurement discipline.

    Job Description

    As a Contracts Manager your key tasks will include: • Assisting with development and implementation of contract strategies for offshore wind projects in order to maximise value for money and mitigate risk. • Working closely with the Procurement team to prepare invitations to tender for smaller contracts that clearly set out our client's technical and commercial requirements, liaising with the Legal team and more senior team members as required to determine the most appropriate form of contract; evaluating the commercial aspects of tender submissions and making recommendations to the Project Delivery team, Procurement team, and Senior Management. Supporting Senior Contract Managers with above task on higher value contracts. • Leading the negotiation of the commercial aspects of lower value contracts to deliver our client's Business Plan objectives, including the mitigation of commercial risk and ensuring the compatibility of technical and commercial elements by supporting the preparation and negotiation of technical schedules and ensuring their compatibility with commercial schedules. Supporting Senior Contracts Managers with above tasks on high value contracts. • Undertaking contract reviews and advising Project Delivery team on how to interpret and apply key contract provisions on the day-to-day operational clauses of contracts; providing analysis of commercial issues post-contract, preparing notes of advice and commercial drafting for post-contract claims and variations. • Providing contract administration support to Project Delivery team during construction and operational phase. • Liaising with Contract Management Team colleagues on other contracts/projects to ensure sharing of knowledge and consistency of approach. Location: The successful Contracts Manager can be based either in Glasgow or London with UK travel as required.

    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    We are currently recruiting for an experienced Contract Managers to work on the pre and post contract commercial management of major contracts for the offshore wind supply chain and leading the commercial aspects of smaller offshore contracts to ensure that best value is delivered to our client. The successful Contracts Manager will work closely with the Project Delivery team, Procurement, and Legal to ensure that our client's requirements are sourced from suitable suppliers and negotiating appropriate contractual and commercial arrangements that fully consider the most appropriate risk alloc...

    Posted: Tue 16 May at 10:03       Job Expired: Sat 15 Jul at 10:03

  • ExpiredSenior Digital Electronics Engineer

    United Kingdom > GlasgowEngineering > Electronics

    Key Requirements

    Candidates should be from a complex electronics product background and can demonstrate a prior aptitude and enthusiasm for Spacecraft or Aerospace engineering. Skills required: Track record of delivering effective digital circuit designs for microcontroller and/or FPGA hardware. Experience in development of Highly complex embedded software/VHDL coding for digital electronics. Demonstrable experience in designing communications interfaces for board level memory management, caching and accessing. Detailed design experience for the following communications protocols and interfaces, SPI, LVTTL RS232, UART, GPIO, CAN and JTAG. Ability to effectively diagnose and debug problems with existing and new electronic designs. Ability to support and mentor other engineers. Able to communicate effectively and professionally with customers to elicit requirements and manage expectations. Technical report writing to a high standard including interface documentation, manufacturing instructions, test reports and user manuals. Specific knowledge of Smart Fusion 2 SoC including Cortex-M3 processors would be beneficial. Experience in PCB layout (preferably using Cadence software suite)

    Job Description

    Development of Highly complex embedded software/VHDL coding for digital electronics. Designing communications interfaces for board level memory management, caching and accessing. Detailed design experience using the following communications protocols and interfaces, SPI, LVTTL RS232, UART, GPIO, CAN and JTAG. Diagnose and debug problems with existing and new electronic designs. Support and mentor other engineers. Communicate effectively and professionally with customers to elicit requirements and manage expectations. Technical report writing to a high standard including interface documentation, manufacturing instructions, test reports and user manuals.

    Type: Staff / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    A Senior Digital Electronics Design Engineer is required for a full-time position to work for one of the UK's most innovative young companies, a World leader in electronic systems for small and miniature satellites. The role will focus on On-Board level design of digital circuits and embedded systems; it will also include other tasks as would be expected of a senior member of engineering staff.

    Posted: Wed 03 May at 11:59       Job Expired: Wed 31 May at 11:59

  • ExpiredSenior Digital Electronics Engineer

    United Kingdom > GlasgowEngineering > Electronics

    Key Requirements

    Skills required: Candidates should be from a complex electronics product background and can demonstrate a prior aptitude and enthusiasm for Spacecraft or Aerospace engineering. Track record of delivering effective digital circuit designs for microcontroller and/or FPGA hardware. Solid experience in development of Highly complex embedded software/VHDL coding for digital electronics. Demonstrable experience in designing communications interfaces for board level memory management, caching and accessing. Detailed design experience for the following communications protocols and interfaces, SPI, LVTTL RS232, UART, GPIO, CAN and JTAG. Ability to effectively diagnose and debug problems with existing and new electronic designs. Ability to support and mentor other engineers. Able to communicate effectively and professionally with customers to elicit requirements and manage expectations. Technical report writing to a high standard including interface documentation, manufacturing instructions, test reports and user manuals. Specific knowledge of Smart Fusion 2 SoC including Cortex-M3 processors would be beneficial. Experience in PCB layout (preferably using Cadence software suite)

    Job Description

    Responsibilities will include: Design of robust digital hardware for embedded systems including attitude control, on board computing and telemetry interfaces for small satellites. These will be based on either microcontroller or FPGA technologies. Development of embedded software and/or VHDL for these systems. Managing a small team and distribution of tasks to other engineers and production staff. Reviews of work produced within the team and chairing of design reviews Taking new designs from prototype through to production of flight hardware.

    Type: Staff / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    Role will focus on On-Board level design of digital circuits and embedded systems;

    Posted: Fri 06 Jan at 12:03       Job Expired: Fri 03 Feb at 12:03



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