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Apprentice Concrete Laboratory Technician - Manchester -
  • Engineering, Chemical/Process
  • £10,000 Per Annum
  • Manchester
Apprentice Concrete Laboratory TechnicianBASFThis apprenticeship position is based in the Concrete Laboratory. The purpose of the role is to support the Quality Control & Development departments in a technician capacity along with carrying out housekeeping and administration duties.Apprenticeship summary• Annual wage£10,000.00• Working weekMonday – Friday Minimum 36.25 hours/week.Total hours per week: 36.25• Apprenticeship duration: 2 yearsDESCRIPTION OF POST / KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:Typical work activities:Responsible to the Development Chemist/Lab SupervisorLiaison with staff in the following departments: QC, Development, Admixture Systems, Manufacturing/Production and Sales.Main Tasks of Job:To be aware of all aspects of personal safety and the use of safety equipment.• Laboratory Technician will be responsible for conducting daily laboratory tests to qualify materials for dispatch.• Test materials used as raw materials for qualities such as purity, particle size distribution, placement, strength, and density.• Understand all internationally recognised and customer specific testing standards and frequencies. • Provide technical support and assistance to Production/Sales.• Complete technical requests and compile reports based on the interpretation of the findings.• Understand how to operate lab testing equipment such as sieve shakers, ovens, compression and flexural testing machines, mixers, and vibrating tables.• Record all test data in the required format.• Orders and inventories of lab materials• Assist with Lab trials to match the customers’ specifications and performance requirements with help of the Lab Supervisor/ Concrete Technicians. Requirements and prospectsDesired skills• Good Oral and written communcation skills• Good numerical and IT skills• Excellent team player - ability to get along with colleagues and work as part of a team• Flexible attitude to work - ability to adapt to changing demands and requirements• Demonstrate a progressive attitude towards developing knowledge and skills• Ability to multitask and problem solvePersonal qualities• Demonstrate that you are logical & analytical with a strong interest in Science• Ability to use your own initiative and work independently when required• Work to tight deadlines & ability to change priorities at short notice• Attention to detail.• Ability to work under pressure.Qualifications required• A minimum of five GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) including Maths, English and Science.Future prospectsBecause of the technical experience you will gain from working in a Lab/Manufacturing role you will gain skills which many graduates have yet to develop. If you have practical ability, ability to solve problems and good communication skills there could be opportunities for progression towards higher qualifications and more senior positions within BASF. Salary is £10,000 per annum plus annual bonus after successful completion.Things to consider:Once trained on specific tasks, the role will involve working under your own initiative at times. There may also be a requirement to take samples from the production facility and work on the plant. Working on all aspects of the laboratory function including Development and Quality Control will be required and this will involve routine tasks. You must be able to make your own daily travel arrangements to the workplace.  All applications to be made through Apprenticeship vacancies. Do not contact the employer. About the employer:BASF in the United Kingdom BASF companies supply raw materials to most industries. We market a wide range of products, including chemicals, construction chemicals, crop protection products, dispersions and pigments, pest control solutions, plastics, polyurethane systems and leading edge coatings products, including coatings for new cars, refinish paints for respraying damaged vehicles, and protective coatings for steel and aluminium, used primarily in the construction industry. We manufacture construction chemicals, industrial coatings, polyurethane systems, rodenticides and products that enhance industrial processing in industries such as papermaking, mining, wastewater treatment and textile processing. We also produce ingredients for home and personal care products. We have more than nearly 1400 employees in UK. We have 9 manufacturing sites across the UK, from Littlehampton on the South coast of England to Callanish off the North West coast of Scotland. We produce Polyurethane systems at Alfreton, Industrial Chemicals at Bradford and Grimsby, Omega-3 Fatty acids on the Isle of Lewis, Biopesticides at Littlehampton, Flooring Systems at Redditch and Concrete Admixtures at Swinton. We also recycle Auto-catalysts in Cinderford. BASF Swinton The BASF plc site at Swinton manufactures concrete admixtures and concrete repair products. The old office and factory buildings were demolished in 2011 and replaced by a modern admixture manufacturing facility, development & QC laboratories. We supply high value added chemicals to the civil engineering and concrete manufacturing industries in the UK and Ireland.EmployerBASFAddressAlbany HouseSwinton Hall RoadManchesterM27 4EU • Competency Evaluation Log – Competency assessed by employer in the workplace• Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Applied Science – Delivery will be online supported with teaching, learning and assessment in the workplace.• Training to be part of contracted hours making up the working week.• End Assessment will take place on site.   Use No Risk Recruitment for all your recruitment needs and save 1000's on fees! Recruit top candidates using our fixed fee service for £175 visit www.noriskrecruitment.co.uk and take a look at our promotional video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn8qrXuZ_GM
M&E Project Manager - London -
  • Construction & Property, Engineering, Air Conditioning, Architecture, Asbestos Surveyor
  • £300 Per Day
  • London
An award winning consultancy specialising in the provision of technical services to the London residential building sector now seeks to add an experienced M&E Project Manager with Mechanical Bias. As Project Manager, you will be working on site, being responsible for ensuring that projects are completed on time & to budget. Projects are generally separate to usual day-to-day activities within the business and will require a group of colleagues to work together in order to achieve specific objectives. The Project Manager will oversee the project to ensure the desired results are achieved and the most efficient resources are utilised. Duties of the Project Manager will include, but not be limited to:·         Agreeing project objectives·         Providing advice on the management of projects·         Organising the various professional people working on the project·         Carrying out risk assessments and method statements·         Making sure that all the aims of the project and programmes are met·         Making sure the quality standards are achieved·         Using IT systems and site sign in system to keep track of people and progress·         Recruiting specialists and sub-contractors·         Monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are maintained·         Overseeing the accounting, costing and billing·         Attending progress and programme meetings·         Liaising with the client as required·         Develop and issue programmes as required using Microsoft Project·         Identify and capture variations to the main contract·         Ensure colleagues undertake their roles efficiently·         Issue Technical Submittals in co-operation with the Technical Team·         Manage visiting or site based Quantity Surveyor·         Prepare and present monthly reviews with Directors·         Procure on site labour as required·         Liaise with the Buying Department on ordering materials To be considered for the role of Project Manager, you are required to hold at least a HNC in a Building Services related subject, along CSCS Black Managers Card and an SMSTS Health & Safety Certification as a minimum. You will have good mechanical installation knowledge and experience on new build residential high rise projects, including Energy Centres. Ideally you will have a minimum of 7 years’ experience within a project management role, working on projects exceeding £5million in value. Key Skills required for the Project Manager·         Knowledge of AutoCAD·         IT skills including Word, Excel & Project·         Organisational and analytical skills·         Communication, interpersonal and team working skills·         Commercial awareness·         Management and leadership skills with the ability to motivate peopleThis is a contract role for initially 8 months, however could lead to permanent for the right person.Paid at £300 per day Please apply with full up to date CV and contact details. Liability and DisclaimerThe information contained in our advert including any salary or on target earnings information is given in good faith and Clark James Ltd uses all reasonable efforts to ensure that it is accurate. However, Clark James Ltd gives no representation or warranty in respect of such information and all such representations and warranties, whether express or implied, are excluded. No liability is accepted by Clark James Ltd for any loss or damage which may arise out of any person relying on or using any information within this advert. Please noteAll applications received will be dealt with in the strictest confidenceDue to the volume of applications received we will be in touch if your application has been successful within 7 working days. If you have not received any communication within this time, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion, but the information may be retained in connection with future opportunities.
M&E Commissioning Manager - London -
  • Construction & Property, Engineering, Air Conditioning, Architecture, Asbestos Surveyor
  • £50,000 to £55,000 Per Annum
  • London
An award winning consultancy specialising in the provision of technical services to the London residential building sector now seeks to add an experienced M&E Commissioning Manager to work on sites throughout London. At present our client have strong, almost exclusive, Mechanical Building Services, however they have recently expanded into Electrical, and are growing and developing this all the time for future diversification. Working as part of our Technical team alongside our M&E Project & Contracts Managers, the Commissioning Manager would oversee full testing of the M&E installation in this fast track environment. You will be supported on site by a project team (Contracts / Project Manager and Site Supervisors), and will manage the external trades and labour teams to ensure timely installation of HVAC services.The Contracts/ Project Manager will take ownership and responsibility for their projects and the teams working on them, so building relationships with these stakeholders is key.As Commissioning Manager you will be responsible for:·         Managing the Commissioning process with the client and site teams·         Issuing weekly Commissioning reports·         Working with the CM/PM to write a Commission Programme·         Writing a Commissioning Philosophy Document and Overall Method Statement for all elements including specialist and manufacturer commissioning ·         Providing technical input to the control processes·         Reviewing Commissioning RAMS prior to Commissioning activities·         Ensuring all parties are coordinated for witnessing·         Overseeing close out documentationPrevious experience as a #1 Commissioning Manager for an M&E subcontractor is essential. You will need to have worked across Centralised Energy Centres & Variable Flow infrastructure distribution systems, internal Residential fit out, and Commercial Sector Buildings with varied building services system solutions. This is a permanent role and an excellent opportunity to join a well-established, successful and reputable business who are constantly growing. Liability and DisclaimerThe information contained in our advert including any salary or on target earnings information is given in good faith and Clark James Ltd uses all reasonable efforts to ensure that it is accurate. However, Clark James Ltd gives no representation or warranty in respect of such information and all such representations and warranties, whether express or implied, are excluded. No liability is accepted by Clark James Ltd for any loss or damage which may arise out of any person relying on or using any information within this advert.   Please noteAll applications received will be dealt with in the strictest confidenceDue to the volume of applications received we will be in touch if your application has been successful within 7 working days. If you have not received any communication within this time, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion, but the information may be retained in connection with future opportunities.
Senior Structural Engineer - Leeds -
  • Construction & Property, Engineering, Air Conditioning, Architecture, Asbestos Surveyor
  • Negotiable
  • Leeds
Working on behalf of a professional and successful Engineering Consultancy, we are seeking a Senior Structural Engineer to be based in our clients’ Leeds branch. Our ClientBeing passionate and expert civil and structural engineers, with a fantastic proven record of design and delivery of high quality award winning buildings, structures and public spaces, our client are committed to their impact of their engineering to the environment, community and economy. With this, they are keen to place strong emphasis on urban re-generation. What we are seekingAn exceptional Senior Structural Engineer who will be able to work on a wide range of sectors, having specific knowledge of retail developments. You will be commercially aware and excel in your design and analytical skills, being able to demonstrate through past projects. You will be experienced with Project Management and your duties will include, but not be limited to:·         Civil & Structural Engineering Design·         Preparing & checking drawings and calculations·         Briefing Engineers & Technicians·         Attending site and project meetings·         Assist Directors and Associates·         Technical Report & Specification writing·         Project resource planning and deadline management·         Compliance with the duties of the Designer under the CDM Regulations 2015·         Compliance with Practice QMS The CandidateYou will be Chartered, or near Chartered (ICE or IStructE), with at least 6 years experience in a similar role, and hold a degree in a Civil or Structural Engineering subject. You will also have the following skills, attributes and abilities:·         Have strong written & verbal English skills·         Strong graphical communication·         Strong Analytical methods·         Contractual Awareness·         Knowledge & understanding of the CDM Regulations 2015 This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced engineer to join a progressive business with promotional opportunities in the structural career path. A competitive package is on offer Liability and DisclaimerThe information contained in our advert including any salary or on target earnings information is given in good faith and Clark James Ltd uses all reasonable efforts to ensure that it is accurate. However, Clark James Ltd gives no representation or warranty in respect of such information and all such representations and warranties, whether express or implied, are excluded. No liability is accepted by Clark James Ltd for any loss or damage which may arise out of any person relying on or using any information within this advert. Please noteAll applications received will be dealt with in the strictest confidenceDue to the volume of applications received we will be in touch if your application has been successful within 7 working days. If you have not received any communication within this time, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion, but the information may be retained in connection with future opportunities.
QSHE Engineer - West Midlands -
  • Engineering, Chemical/Process
  • Negotiable
  • West Midlands
ELG Carbon Fibre Limited (ELGCF) is a wholly owned UK subsidiary of ELG Haniel Group, headquartered in Duisburg, Germany.  ELG is one of the world’s leading specialists in handling and recycling high-value raw materials for the stainless steel, superalloys and carbon fibre industries. The goal of ELGCF is to facilitate the use of carbon fibre in emerging, high volume applications, by converting manufacturing waste and end-of-life components into cost effective, carbon fibre structural materials for the plastic compounding and composites industries. We make no secret of our global expansion plans which include the launch of additional overseas facilities and with this in mind, we are looking for an experienced QSHE Engineer to join our committed team.   QSHE Engineer   General Description / Purpose of Role: This role involves responsibility for all quality assurance, quality control, safety, health and environmental activities within ELG Carbon Fibre Responsibilities: Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Managing the ongoing accreditation of the AS9100 standard ensuring all applicable documentation is in place; conducting internal audits; liaison with external auditors; identifying and delivering training in respect of this quality standard; and dealing with customers in respect of AS9100 purposes; identifying gaps and coordinating the development and implementation of corrective actions;Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements related to operations at ELGCF’s facilities;Ensuring all staff are fully aware of QA/QC policies and procedures;Maintaining an awareness of all new and existing safety legislation, approved codes of practice and guidance notes that might apply to ELGCF operations and advising on the impact of such legislation on the business;Developing and implementing the safety training policy as applicable to the developing needs of the business;Promoting, guidance, advice, understanding and compliance within ELGCF of COSHH, Manual Handling, PPE, Environmental, Waste Management and Health & Hygiene standards and objectives, including development and implementation of internal training programmes and organising external training where required;Carrying out internal SHE audits, identifying opportunities for improvement, agreeing actions to realise such opportunities with the appropriate department head and monitoring progress towards completion of these actions;Development and implementation of SHE standards, policies and procedures;Monitoring all plant modifications to ensure that risk assessments have been undertaken to the required standard;Ensuring compliance with all aspects of the Environmental Agency permit, including review and analysis of data from the continuous emissions monitoring system and initiation of appropriate corrective actions when permit limits are breached or appear likely to be breached; Carry out all internal and external SHE reporting, including maintaining SHE statistics, preparing monthly SHE reports and reporting to the Environmental Agency and HSE   Occasional travel may be required.   Minimum Education Qualifications: Hold  relevant degree (or equivalent) in engineering or a science based discipline;NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health;   Minimum Previous Experience: Extensive experience of SHE and QA activities in a similar process or manufacturing industry;Excellent working knowledge of UK regulatory requirements applicable to  ELGCF operations;   Minimum Additional Training:     Minimum Required Skills:   Excellent interpersonal skills, ambassador for ELGCF in dealing with external auditors;Excellent project planning and execution skills – demonstrated ability to deliver projects and tasks on time;Excellent verbal and written communication skills – ability to provide clear and concise reports as required;Good organisational skills and an autonomous, rigorous and methodical approach; Fully computer literate.       Use No Risk Recruitment for all your recruitment needs and save 1000's on fees! Recruit top candidates using our fixed fee service for £175 visit www.noriskrecruitment.co.uk and take a look at our promotional video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn8qrXuZ_GM
Process Engineer  - West Midlands -
  • Engineering, Chemical/Process
  • Negotiable
  • West Midlands
ELG Carbon Fibre Limited (ELGCF) is a wholly owned UK subsidiary of ELG Haniel Group, headquartered in Duisburg, Germany.  ELG is one of the world’s leading specialists in handling and recycling high-value raw materials for the stainless steel, superalloys and carbon fibre industries. The goal of ELGCF is to facilitate the use of carbon fibre in emerging, high volume applications, by converting manufacturing waste and end-of-life components into cost effective, carbon fibre structural materials for the plastic compounding and composites industries. We make no secret of our global expansion plans which include the launch of additional overseas facilities and with this in mind, we are looking for an experienced Process Engineer to join our committed team.   Process Engineer  General Description / Purpose of Role: This role involves responsibility for the development and optimization of manufacturing processes within ELG CF, for the purposes of reducing cost, improving throughput and reducing variability. This will include optimizing processes on current manufacturing equipment; investigation of potential modifications to current equipment to provide improved performance in the areas mentioned; and investigation of new equipment and processes that may be required as ELG CF expands. The role will work closely with the Product Development Engineers and Production Manager. Responsibilities: Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Investigation and optimization of processing parameters for each of the manufacturing processes within ELG CF, with respect to maximizing throughput, minimizing cost and reducing variability;Technical input on all process related capital projects;Project management of selected process related capital projects;Input into continuous improvement initiatives within ELGCF—waste reduction, cost reduction, productivity improvement, variation reduction—after baseline parameters have been established;Leading Six Sigma activities within ELGCF;Serving as the lead technical person for process safety / process hazard assessmentsInvestigating and advising on new equipment and processes to support ELGCF expansion;  Occasional travel may be required. Minimum Education Qualifications: Degree in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering or a similar subject. Minimum Previous Experience: Knowledge and experience in the areas of process safety, including process hazard assessment / process safety assessment;Demonstrable experiences of commissioning new process plant;Experience of capital projects management.   Minimum Additional Training: Six Sigma black belt certification is preferred;  Minimum Required Skills:   Strong business acumen—able to relate process improvements and investments in new equipment to the financial performance of the business;Excellent interpersonal skills, able to work well with colleagues and external contractors/suppliers;Excellent project planning and execution skills—demonstrated ability to deliver complicated projects and tasks on time;Autonomous, rigorous and methodical approach;Excellent team working skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills—ability to provide clear and concise reports as required;Good organizational skills;Fully computer literate.     Use No Risk Recruitment for all your recruitment needs and save 1000's on fees! Recruit top candidates using our fixed fee service for £175 visit www.noriskrecruitment.co.uk and take a look at our promotional video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn8qrXuZ_GM
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