Our client is a leading FM Company that is now recruiting for a Plumber / Water Treatment Engineer in and around London and the South East to carry work as detailed by the Remedial Works Manager & Operations Manager
Conduct yourself in a professional manner in support of our customers and work colleagues.
Take responsibility to deliver a first class service for the customers,
To deal with any priority remedial works following the legionella WRA or our non-conformance results (Certificate of Service) from risk assessors/engineers.
To ensure all projects are delivered on time and to the agreed specification.
To lead each project and be responsible for client satisfaction.
To assist in the development of a junior colleague.
Checking paperwork and service standards completed by engineering team.
Carry out allocated work within agreed time schedules, adhering to the Quality Management System and quality policy, and to the relevant industry guidelines and customer specifications.
Complete reports and paperwork as instructed by the Remedial Works Manager, Branch Manager, and Operations manager.
Take responsibility for your own training needs and bring them to the attention of the Remedial Works Manager & Operations manager.
Ensure compliance with Health & Safety Executive and the latest regulations and codes of good practice.
Surveying client's sites and produce detailed plans as required, involving travel and overnight accommodation where needed.
Work in conjunction with the admin and management team to create an efficient and workable schedule.
Complete projects so they can be signed off and are compliant with HSG 274.
Organise from start to finish remedial projects from Water Risk assessments and Certificate of service reports.
Ensure that you are performing to the required standard as detailed in the job description.
Be available to training to enhance their capabilities and efficiency.
Provide technical support to the regional service delivery team.
Ensure that paperwork is completed correctly and handed in on time.
What we are looking for
NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing and Domestic Heating. Also any other relevant qualifications working within the Water Treatment Industry.
Follow instructions as detailed by the Remedial Works Manager, Operations manager.
Project management and task risk assessment / method statement production.
Health & Safety management.
Customer care/relationship building skills.
Ability to manage change successfully.
Able to work as a member of a team.
Able to work without direct supervision.
Physically able to complete required duties.
Full driving licence.
Able to deal directly with customers in a professional manner and represent the company.
Our client is a leading FM Company that is now recruiting for a Water Service Technician to cover the South West.
Duties will include carrying out a range of monitoring, one-off remedial cleaning, chemical testing and minor plumbing electro/mechanical tasks to meet clients' agreed requirements with regard to the Legionella control programme as set out in the Water Technical Manual.
Reporting to the Service Manager, this is a mobile, field-based position.
To carry out routine monitoring tasks in line with the Approved Code of Practice L8.
Carry out work in line with the Water Technical Manuals guidance to safe systems of works.
To be an ambassador for the Company whilst visiting customers sites.
Maintain customer's water safe log books in line with the Approved Code of Practice L8 and company guidelines.
To take a variety of Water samples from multiple sector properties and document these samples in line with the Water Technical Manual guidance.
Complete and submit all documentation relating to the work carried out in a timely manner and produce documentation and follow the progress of any paperwork regarding customer queries.
Carry out water system clean and disinfections in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice L8 with guidance for the Water Technical Manual.
Testing, servicing and maintaining of thermostatic mixing valves.
Simple remedial plumbing tasks.
Analysis, testing and dosing of closed system heating and chilled water.
Analysis testing and checking of Chlorine dioxide systems and equipment.
Installation and repair of our supplied equipment.
Comply with time allocations for specified work.
To communicate on a daily basis to the service department that all tasks are carried out efficiently.
Maintain adequate stock levels of chemicals on customer's sites and adequate levels of chemicals and materials in your vehicle to carry out your work for the time planned.
Ensure all expenditure has the prior of approval of the Line Manager.
To maintain plant and equipment on customers site.
Comply with special instructions laid down for certain customers that appear on route prints or job cards.
Carry out a daily vehicle report and report any damage to your line manager. Follow the correct maintenance, driving and safety guidelines as detailed in the Drivers Handbook.
Follow the requirements of all safe working procedures.
Wear all PPE correctly, as per company issued requirements and site-specific requirements.
Any other reasonable task requested by your manager in line with responsibility of role and grade of job.
Knowledge skills & experience
A technical background relating to plumbing.
Previous experience within Compliance Servicing, Legionella Monitoring or Water Treatment is desirable.
Understanding of Water Systems would be desirable.
Basic IT skills, preferably with Microsoft package.
Demonstrable organizational and time management skills.
The ability to work under pressure, being able to manage and work to deadlines.
Understands the importance of, and can demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
Be a strong Team Player.
Experience in an analytical role is desirable but not essential.
Are you seeking a new position as a Planner or Senior Planner in the Greater Manchester area? I have a position available within a dynamic Chartered Town Planning Consultancy.
The successful candidate will be covering a diverse range of projects, covering multiple sectors including residential mixed-use, waste, industrial, etc. Writing reports, communication with clients and colleagues and developing lasting client relationships.
Our client is seeking candidates that are already Chartered Members of the RTPI or in the process, minimum of 2 years post graduate experience and hold an RTPI Accredited degree in Town Planning. Good knowledge of planning regulations and a full UK driving licence.
In return, they are offering a competitive salary to reflect your experience, flexible working hours, company pension scheme, a friendly working environment and excellent opportunities for growth and progression.
Our client is a property and planning consultancy offering comprehensive professional and agency. They are now seeking an experienced Town Planner to join their team, carry out all aspects of town planning consultancy, and form an integral part of the successful department.
Experience and skills required for this position include 1-2 years' experience, RTPI qualified or working towards qualifying, high standard of report writing, good knowledge of the planning industry and have a proven track record in delivering planning permission.
A full UK driving licence is required.
In return, our client is offering a competitive salary, company car and pension scheme and potential for career progression.
Our client provides planning consultancy to multi-national corporations, volume house builders, major landowners, local authorities, government bodies and individuals.
Due to expansion they are now seeking an ambitious Graduate Town Planner to join their team in Oxfordshire.
As a Graduate Town Planner you will need to have a recognised planning qualification with a good understanding of the planning system.
As a Graduate you must be looking to work towards Membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute with some demonstrable recent experience working as a graduate planner in a local authority or consultant in the public / private sector. Must have an appropriate level of knowledge and understanding of current and emerging planning legislation.
Must hold a full driving licence.
Our client is offering a dynamic work experience, training and a generous basic salary to the right candidate.
Our client is a Leading National Consultancy in the development sector that provides a comprehensive range of services over a broad spectrum of disciplines. They have a large multidisciplinary team with offices UK wide that provide integral, high quality solutions to a wide range planning process issues.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Town Planner to join their team based in Buckinghamshire.
As a senior you will be contributing to a wide range of projects, assisting in the delivery of planning consultancy services, undertaking public consultations, site feasibility studies, preparation, submission and monitoring of planning applications and planning appeals.
To be considered for this role, the successful candidate will ideally be a member of the RTPI, although not essential. Minimum of 3 years' experience and up to date knowledge of planning regulations and statutory instruments.
Our client is offering an excellent remuneration package, ongoing support and training, additional benefits package and more.
Our Client, a well-established Landscape Architecture Practice with a diverse portfolio of work ranging from the design of play areas to the landscape masterplanning of new residential developments.
Due to an expanding workload and client base they are currently looking to recruit a talented and enthusiastic Graduate Landscape Architect to join their small and friendly team in London.
Graduate Landscape Architect (up to and below 2 years post graduate experience)
The role will involve working on a range of projects with primary focus on design and the hard and soft detailing of landscape schemes. The position will involve supporting senior colleagues on larger projects and the ideal candidate should have the desire to help grow the practice. Excellent graphic and written English skills are required and applicants should be competent with Cad, Adobe suite of programmes and a working knowledge of KeyScape will be an advantage.
Candidates should have a good plant knowledge and will require a full driving license as site visits will be required.
Attractive terms of employment and opportunities for career development are on offer for the successful candidate.
Our client is a multi-disciplined consultancy that integrates planning, design and technical skills within a single practice. The practice has developed a reputation for both the quality of its professional advice and service, extending across all its core disciplines and enjoys the benefits of regular repeat commissions and retained consultancy contracts. They are currently looking to recruit a Landscape Architect to work in Cambridgeshire.
You will be responsible for taking a leading role in the fields of Planning Advice, LVIA, Urban Design, Greenspace and Contract Implementation.
Other duties will include providing leadership and support to projects throughout central Scotland.
Applicants must have a degree in Landscape Architecture, be a member of the Landscape Institute and be Part IV qualified. A minimum of 4 years previous experience consulting on landscape assessment and design is essential and should ideally have been gained within a consultancy environment. Excellent communication skills are required along with experience of graphics and CAD. A flexible, motivated approach is required for this role, along with the desire and enthusiasm for new challenges.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a generous package, including additional benefits.
Our client is a multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture, Planning and Development Consultancy employing landscape architects, urban designers and town planners.
They have been involved in some of the country's highest profile development proposals, providing expertise across a range of areas including town, retail and environmental planning; urban and landscape design.
By employing specialists in these subjects they are able to offer a project management service from start to finish. On the basis of an expanding workload, they currently looking to recruit enthusiastic and motivated Consultant Landscape Architect/Designer to join their Gloucestershire team.
The successful candidate will have:
-At least 2 years Post-Graduate experience
-The ability to demonstrate clear thinking and decision making in a client/design team environment is essential
-An appetite to become involved in high profile schemes working with some of the UK's leading architects and engineers
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a generous package commensurate with experience. This is an excellent opportunity to join a reputable Consultancy with a clear career progression with ongoing training and support.
Our client is a leading design-led environmental planning and design consultancy that provides multi-disciplinary environmental services worldwide and deals with a wide range of clients. They offer integrated, comprehensive advice on a broad range of environmental and sustainability issues. Due to continued expansion, they now require a Senior Landscape Architect to join their office based in Gloucestershire.
The role will involve Landscape design, landscape character assessments and visual impact assessments as well as the management and co-ordination of various projects and team members. Other duties will involve the development of the landscape business and liaising with clients and colleagues to maintain and promote a high quality, innovative service.
Applicants must have a relevant qualification in Landscape Architecture and have at least 3 years post Part IV qualification experience. This experience should have included landscape character assessment and visual impact assessment along with business development activities. Outstanding writing skills and an aptitude for design are essential as are excellent interpersonal and presentation skills.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a competitive salary, pension, flexi-time, additional bonus and an array of other personal benefits.