Our client is a leading Water Treatment Company that is now looking to recruit a Water Treatment Supervisor to manage a Contract in Derbyshire. This role is predominately a static role so ideally candidates will be based within a 1 hour commute of Derby.
Duties will include:
Maintain all processes and procedures in accordance with company / contract procedures.
Provide support and act as decision maker for dealing with issues including engineer support, callouts and PPMs ensuring commercial situations are dealt with, with the necessary aptitude to ensure benefits to all parties.
Ensuring that consistent reports are produced on time by ensuring the timely production and issue of site activity reports to satisfy KPI & SLAs.
Take a pro-active role in meeting internal and external clients and carrying out customer care to ensure they are satisfied with service delivery
Take a lead role along with the helpdesk team for the Planning for your team and provide decision making and leadership to ensure productivity and customer satisfaction are maintained.
Ensure Health and Safety standards are never compromised and that processes and documentation are regularly reviewed and maintained. In particular, ensure that engineers receive the core competency and tool box talk training and engineers, site and vehicle inspections requirements are met.
Ensure maximum contract retention and provide to assistance to grow the existing PPM base
Ensure that opportunities from the PPM base for projects are maximised and weekly PPM compliance reports are actioned where required
To take ownership of shortfalls in service delivery and manage complaints effectively
Undertake site surveys to facilitate the production of quotations
Support water estimators in the preparation and submittal of quotations for replacements, upgrades and small project works. Information will be either provided by customers in the form of tender inquiries, specifications or through site surveys
Ensure Health and Safety standards are never compromised and that processes and documentation is regularly reviewed and maintained
Work within our customer access and security constraints throughout the region
Where required assist with delivery of project works within the business
Take ownership of the appraisal process and the bi-annual review of the skills matrix for your reports to ensure that their career and training plans are set and achieved
You must hold a full driving licence and be physically fit to be able to complete required duties. You must also be able to work as part as a team and without direct supervision. Good communication skills are essential, as is being able to think outside the box and use your own initiative to improve processes and procedures.
Initially based in Derbyshire our client is recruiting a Geotechnical Engineer/Engineering Geologist to visit sites excavating and logging samples from trial pits and boreholes, and carry out gas and ground water monitoring. Returning to the office, the successful candidate would then be responsible for the analysis of the results and for the preparation of both factual and interpretative reports.
A successful candidate will have a degree in Geology, Environmental Science or Civil Engineering with around two years Geotechnical
Our client are an ecological consultancy who are well known for producing high quality work within the Ecology sector and having an extensive experience with a wide range of species. They are now seeking to recruit a Senior Ecologist to join their office in Derbyshire.
As a Senior Ecologist you will have a track record in winning and delivering projects, developing survey and mitigation proposals, and preparing tenders and fee proposals.
You will support the Technical Director for Ecology and Regional Manager in technical and general project management duties and business development. You will have experience of delivering statutory EcIAs and will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects across a range of sectors.
Project management of EIA and non-EIA ecological assessments
Production of fee proposals and tenders
Maintaining and developing client relationships
Support in business planning
Mentoring junior staff
Leading protected species surveys
Technical Skills & Experience:
Technically competent ecologist with experience in managing and delivering statutory EcIAs
Approximately ten years professional experience
Bat licence holder preferred - other protected species licenses desirable
Excellent communication and report writing skills
Experience of obtaining EPS licences
Excellent understanding and experience of the EIA process and wildlife and planning legislation and policy
The company are offering a Generous Salary and Company pension Scheme, a flexible working week, possibility of Home Working when required and ongoing training and Support.