Security Control Room Operator - £18,000+ Attendance Bonus+Skills Assessment Allowance (following successful probation).Location: KenleyShift BASED ROLE- 4 DAYS ON AND 4 DAYS OFF.SECOM ARE EXPANDING THEIR STATE OF THE ART SECURITY CONTROL AND COMMAND CENTRE.Due to this expansion, we have URGENT vacancies to be filled. You’ll be part of a busy dynamic team for one of the largest security companies in the UK.Responsibilities:• Managing controlled access via Video management platform• Monitor electronic alarm signals• Provide a highly professional standard of customer care within the telephone service we provide to our clients in line with the security protocols required• Arrange any remote resolve service our clients may require• Provide reports in a timely and professional manner• Liaise with the emergency services when necessary• SIA licence preferable through not essential as full training is givenPersonal skills:• Be Self Motivated• Flexible in their approach to their duties• Have good communication skills• Have a good interpersonal skill• Customer focused• Pragmatic in the approach to problem solving• Display good team’s skillsThe package has attractive benefits including health insurance, paid leave and extensive training on the latest technology.Interviews are taking place in the next 2 weeks.Click the apply button now where you will be asked to attach your CV.
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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.
Due to a period of successful and sustained growth, a worldwide supplier of engineered products in West Lothian has a new vacancy for a Controls Engineer to join the team. On offer is a Monday to Friday 37.5 hour working week, a starting salary of up to £48,000 DOE. Holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service. Pension – stakeholder with Standard Life – currently minimum 5% employee contribution with employer matching up to 10%. Also, a quarterly discretionary bonus if targets achieved. The primary focus is to maintain the current control platforms, assist in project conceptual designs, detail engineering, procurement, construction, and pre-operational testing as well as commissioning and start-up within a heavy engineering environment. As the Controls Engineer, the role will see you working in a heavy engineering environment. Your responsibilities will include:
Design and troubleshoot process control systems.Engineer, design and test electrical, instrumentation and automation systems associated with industrial manufacturing plants.PLC/HMI hardware/software design, programming, and troubleshooting.Develop and engineer electrical schematics, wiring diagrams and PLC logic.Design and implement process network infrastructure (Ethernet, Device Net, Control Net, etc.).Interface and communicate with vendors, process engineering, installation contractors and project management.Specify and procure controls hardware and field instrumentation.Database programming skills a plus. (SCADA)Compliance and enforcement of company, safety, environmental, government policies and regulations as they apply.Understand and assist in the application of company safety procedures, Lockout-Tag out and Arc Flash.High voltage authorised a person.
The successful Controls Engineer will have the following skills and experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering (Preferred)Experience in the electrical and engineering field, ideally in manufacturing.Demonstrated Control Systems competencyExperience in hydraulics, PLC controls (Allen Bradley)Well versed in Microsoft office programs and SQL Database knowledge preferred
In return, you will receive a starting salary of up to £48,000 DOE. Holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service. Pension – stakeholder with Standard Life – currently minimum 5% employee contribution with employer matching up to 10%. An annual Bonus – discretionary bonus paid quarterly if targets achieved, so will vary. This is a stable employment opportunity as the employer has a very good order book for 2018, 2019 and beyond. This role presents as an excellent engineering career opportunity to further enhance knowledge and your manufacturing skills in a highly interesting and vibrant sector. Please apply online immediately for your CV to be considered for this excellent role. The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
Position: Automotive Stability Controls System EngineerLocation: Basildon Essex, SS15 6EESalary: £25,000 - £30,000 / £20 to £21 Per Hour The Company:Tumarc has a team of engineers working in automotive assembly plants and engineering centres throughout Europe. They are looking for bright and enthusiastic candidates with experience from the automotive industry to fill an Automotive Stability Controls System Engineer position, based in Basildon, Essex. Candidates looking for both permanent or contract roles will be considered. The Automotive Stability Controls System Engineer Role:Function owner for Stability Control features;
Interface to all internal (Electrical, Powertrain, program management etc.) and supplier activities for the development and deployment of features on forward model programsTest planning, execution and reporting for feature developments and lead program application statusDocumentation of "requirement met" evidence for Stability Controls featuresCoordination of supplier and interfacing functions to drive issue resolutionTo debug prototype vehicles, including issues with other control systems on test vehiclesTo lead resolution of functional Stability Controls issuesTo resolve queries arising from requirements analysis at the supplierTo develop and document local requirements for program specific features and functions
Understanding of primary functions of anti-Lock brake, traction and stability control systemsUnderstanding of functional interfaces to a stability control systemUnderstanding of program deliverables with respect to a control system / softwareUnderstanding of automotive multiplex systems and distributed functionsUnderstanding of vehicle diagnostic and end-of line test requirementsUnderstanding of failure mode avoidance techniquesAbility to analyse vehicle control system specifications and develop test methodsAbility to develop and document control system solutionsAbility to debug vehicle control interfacesArticulate in report writingWilling to travelAble to plan aheadPersistent in driving issue resolution at suppliers and interfacing functionsAdaptable in overcoming practical issues to complete test plan
Vehicle evaluationUnderstanding of Stability Control value added functionsStability control or vehicle dynamics tuning experienceLimit handling driving permit
Experience of automotive product development cycle (ideally GPDS)Experience of writing functional requirements, developing test methods and test reportingExperience of vehicle control system specifications and analysis thereofExperience of measurement and analysis using CANalyzer or similarExperience of vehicle de-bugging at electrical system levelExperience of vehicle diagnostic and SWDL tools (DET, GGHD or similar)Minimum 3 years driving licence
Stability Controls system software or applicationVehicle Dynamics experience
BEng (Hons) in Mechanical, Electrical or Automotive Engineering
What’s Next?If you are interested in this Automotive Stability Controls System Engineer position, simply apply via the button shown. Keywords: Automotive, Engineer, Ford, Vehicle, Component, Electrical, Electronic, Stability control, vehicle dynamics, CANalyzer, anti-Lock brake, traction, Basildon, Essex, LondonThis vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.