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General Practitioner - Neptune Medical Centre

Jobs in Helensburgh,Argyll and Bute,Dunbartonshire,Scotland

Military Medical Personnel Jobs
£68 - £69 /Hour
 Temporary
 Posted about : 24 days ago

General Practitioner - Essential Requirements:
* Registration with the General Medical Council both on the main register and on the General Medical Council (GMC) GP Register without Restrictions
* Must have a current, satisfactory in date annual appraisal in line with the requirements of the General Medical Council's (GMC's) Good Medical Practice (GMP)
* Must hold current, valid personal medical indemnity insurance

General Practitioner - About the Role:
* Flexible & adaptable with a proactive approach
* You will join and become part of a multidisciplinary team, working within well equipped medical centres, dental centres or rehabilitation units where you will be valued as part of the Defence Medical Services team
* Deliver a professional & personal service at all times
* Ability to work alongside military personnel on Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force bases to deliver an exceptional standard of care for service personnel and their families (at some locations)

General Practitioner - About Military Medical Personnel and our Benefits:
Military Medical Personnel (MMP) is a specialist recruitment consultancy dedicated exclusively to providing locum civilian medical, dental and healthcare professionals to the Ministry of Defence. We are a contracted supplier to the MOD and have locum vacancies on military bases throughout the UK and occasionally overseas locations.

Military Medical Personnel offer an attractive package for candidates which may include the following:
* Attractive rates of pay with weekly payments and choice of payment model
* A generous "Refer a Friend" bonus scheme
* Flexibility of long and short term assignments to suit your availability
* Free uniforms provided (if required)
* A disclosure check PVG membership in Scotland or Access Northern Ireland certificate is required for this post which will be paid for by us
Free blood tests and fitness to work certificates (if required)
* Free mandatory training
* Weekly payments
* Assigned an experienced consultant who will support you throughout your application who will continue to look after you during your assignment
All job placements are subject to the receipt of satisfactory compliance requirements and a current DBS

We reserve the right to remove this requirement once a suitable candidates has been selected.

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Senior Estimator

Jobs in Renfrew,Renfrewshire,Scotland

 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Doosan Babcock are experts in providing engineering solutions from new build projects to upgrades, retrofits and specialist professional services to the energy, industrial and petrochemical sectors. Our customers respect our genuine approach to delivering solutions backed up by our world class approach to safety. Our success is built on the quality of our people, our reputation for technological expertise and best-in-class execution, and the collaborative relationships we establish with our customers. We believe that this approach delivers value for our customers and creates exciting opportunities for our people. We are recruiting for a Senior Estimator to join our team in Renfrew on a permanent basis. The purpose of this role will be to develop, manage, compile and deliver periodic estimates for projects through the project life-cycle. Key Duties: * Development of ACCEI class 5 through to class 1 estimates at appropriate points in project life cycle. * Hands on preparation of detailed bottom up total cost estimates. * Creation of Work Breakdown Structure in line with project control requirements. * Review and verification of Scope Clarifications and Specification enquiries pre-submission. * Establish Risk apportioned to the estimate and establish Estimate classification * Verification and Validation of Estimates pre-submission. * Development and documentation of Basis of estimates * Configuration control of basis of estimate updates and consequent estimate iterations * Liaison /coordination with Project Management, Engineering, Procurement and Construction team in assembling estimate base data * Liaison with and responses to Client Cost/Commercial team * Collate/Maintain estimating norms and historical data * Implementation of current estimating processes and developing new processes as required. * Supporting Estimate and Contract Handover to project team. * Supporting the implementation of the new systems and working practices required for Commercial Projects * Undertake estimates of project scope changes as and when these arise and updating overall estimate accordingly * Liaise closely with the planning and delivery teams * Liaise with internal and external customers to substantiate estimates as required Applicants should a strong background in cost estimating with experience in various estimating techniques from detailed bottom up to high level parametric comparisons. You should also have a good understanding of project control, Work Breakdown Structures, monitoring techniques and Earned Value Management (EVM) as well as experience in the production of estimates from minimal information and/or engineering drawings. In addition, we are looking for EPC estimating experience in one or more of the following areas – Pharmaceuticals, Oil & Gas, Construction, Process Plant. If you have the relevant experience and qualifications and you are looking for a new challenge, apply now

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Structural Engineer

Jobs in Blairdardie,Glasgow City,City of Glasgow,Scotland

£26,000 - £33,000 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 4 days ago

The Job: Structural Engineer The Company  Boyd Recruitment are working alongside a medium sized consulting engineer to find them a Structural Engineer to work in their Glasgow office.  The company is an established practice who have grown to have several offices in Scotland. Over decades, they have built a reputation of a high standard of work leading to a number of awards.  As a result of ongoing success, they are looking to add a Structural Engineer to their team in Glasgow.  The Job The job will involve working in a team of engineers and technicians to deliver projects across sectors including residential, industrial, historic and education.  As Structural Engineer, your focus will on hands-on design with a range of materials as well as assisting with client contact, site visits and managing your workload. Working for this company, you will be supported towards chartership and given the experience required to build your knowledge and confidence in the sector.  If you are interested, please apply online attaching an up to date CV

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Operatives - LTS

Jobs in Paisley,Renfrewshire,Scotland

 Permanent
 Posted about : 4 days ago

Are you looking for a rewarding contract where you will be able to use your skills to make more of a difference than ever before? We are looking to recruit Test Operators for our new COVID-19 Testing centre. Some of your responsibilities will be: * To enable the testing process to be seamless, ensure that the test subjects experience is pleasant and managed in a professional way * Reporting into the Testing Supervisor the Test Operative is accountable for to administer a throat and nasal swab test to individuals that visit a test site . Two testers alternate for each subject. One does test, other holds a bag that test get put in after. * Participates in new site activation to ensure site is ready for day 1 * Ensures that site is ready for operations at the beginning of each day * Undertake training on how to administer the throat and nasal swab test * Undertake training on hand washing and ensure personal hygiene is maintained to a high level * Undertake training on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements and ensure PPE is worn and changed * Communicate with individuals that visit the site to be tested, ensuring they understand the process * Support and reassure the individuals throughout the testing process. * Administer the throat and nasal swab test to NHS standards * Package up the swabs ready to send to laboratories for processing * Support with testing administration (recording Test Operative administrating test, test time etc.) * At the beginning of each day confirm booth inventory /supplies to Testing Supervisor. * Liaise with equipment and resources to ensure sufficient PPE and supplies are ordered * Dispose of bio-hazard containers appropriately. * To ensure that social distancing is undertaken * Be vigilant at all times when on site * All services and personnel to act in accordance with all applicable laws and regulatory requirements, unless derogation has been explicitly given. * Perform all the following services in line with Good Industry Practice, unless specific service standards are prescribed. * Escalate immediately if it becomes apparent that the site is not or is likely to become non-compliant with any law relating to the environment and sustainability or health and safety and will take all reasonable steps to becoming compliant. This excludes regulations that have been explicitly referred to in derogation. YOU can play a crucial role in maximising our capacity as a country to fight this outbreak both on a national and local level. In exchange for your time, support and expertise Mitie will be rewarding those successful with the real living wage

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Fencer

Jobs in Clydebank,West Dunbartonshire,Dunbartonshire,Scotland

 Temporary
 Posted about : 3 days ago

Linsco Recruitment require Fencers in Clydebank for an immediate start. Requirements for the position are: A valid CSCS Card Previous experience on site Full PPE References upon request from previous employers.If interested in the position please contact the Linsco Recruitment office on telephone number (phone number removed) and ask for Christian Rimell. Alternatively you can forward a copy of your CV accompanied by a cover letter to Linsco is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy

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Senior Process Engineer - Water

Jobs in Clydebank,West Dunbartonshire,Dunbartonshire,Scotland

£45,000 - £55,000 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 3 days ago

Position: Senior Process Engineer - Water Location: Glasgow or Inverness Salary/Rate Guide: £45,000 - £55,000 Plus Car/Allowance and Excellent Benefits Our client has been awarded a programme of work with Scottish Water to manage, design and deliver their capital delivery investment period to 2027 and they are looking to strengthen their Engineering team with a Senior Process Engineer. You will report directly to the Principal Engineer and responsibilities will include: Co-ordinate the design and produce process design documents and drawings taking due account of health & safety requirements, specifications and standards pertaining to the contract. Responsible for the technical aspects of the delivery of a number of projects and for specific department management functions and improvement initiatives as directed by the department manager. Assist with the production of process designs which are cost effective, meet the requirements of the specification and which can be constructed and commissioned effectively. To be cost effective the whole out turn cost of the design solution must be considered including design time costs, material costs, erection costs and any impact that the design solution might have on other disciplines. Assist the design manager to write, update and monitor efficient procedures to aid the smooth running of the department. Ensure co-ordination of the designs with all other disciplines internal and external in order to ensure that the design processes carried out on the contract are coordinated for the benefit of the contract as a whole. Ensure that design takes full regard of all health and safety requirements. Skills, Qualifications & Experience: Degree Qualified in Chemical Engineering Extensive knowledge of either water or wastewater process design Proven track record of developing process design/mass balance Ability to rationalise designs and produce economic process designs This role will be based from offices in either Glasgow or Inverness but there is also flexibility with candidates locations and with some remote working possible

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Senior Mechanical Engineer - Water

Jobs in Clydebank,West Dunbartonshire,Dunbartonshire,Scotland

£45,000 - £55,000 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 3 days ago

Position: Senior Mechanical Engineer - Water Location: Glasgow or Inverness Salary/Rate Guide: £45,000 - £55,000 Plus Car/Allowance and Excellent Benefits Our client has been awarded a programme of work with Scottish Water to manage, design and deliver their capital delivery investment period to 2027 and they are looking to strengthen their Engineering team with a Senior Mechanical Engineer. You will report directly to the Discipline Lead Engineer and the responsibilities will include: Produce mechanical design layouts which are cost effective, meet the requirements of the specification and which can be purchased, installed and commissioned effectively. Ensure that plant and equipment procured by the department is procured on time and to budget. Ensure that standard practices are utilised wherever possible. Monitor design costs and provide design services appropriate to the allowance available. Produce estimates and feedback for Proposals department. Co-ordinate designs with all other disciplines internal and external in order to ensure that all design elements are fully integrated. Provide services which focus on customer satisfaction. Recognise that satisfying the customer is the key to achieving other objectives, and that customers include everyone receiving benefit from our processes, whether end users or other departments within the company. Ensure that design takes full regard of all health and safety requirements. Ensure that designs take account of environmental issues. Skills, Qualifications & Experience: HNC or higher in Mechanical Engineering with appropriate experience Extensive experience within a Mechanical Engineering role within the water sector Ability to rationalise designs and produce economic plant layouts General knowledge of all aspects of water treatment, e.g. civil engineering, process engineering, electrical engineering and project management Have a knowledge of the principles of water and sewage treatment Chartered Engineer / working towards Chartership This role will be based from offices in either Glasgow or Inverness but there is also flexibility with candidates locations and with some remote working possible

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Technical Coordinator

Jobs in Cartsburn,Inverclyde,Renfrewshire,Scotland

£20,000 - £24,000 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 2 days ago

Our client is a privately-owned Food Manufacturer, an opportunity to join them has become vacant for a Technical Coordinator. Reporting to the Technical Manager you will be a key member of the Technical requirements to ensure that all product leaving the company meets, customer agreed and statutory legal requirements. The role Review and maintenance of existing HACCP system Review and maintain policies and procedures that form the Quality Management System in compliance with BRCGS Storage & Distribution standard Review and maintain all supplier approval documentation Generate and maintain internal audits schedules in line with BRC standards & carry out audits Schedule and lead required team meetings Creation and maintenance of product specifications Implement and manage continuous improvement activities Create and maintain relevant supporting documentation Liaise with Local Enforcement Authorities as appropriate Liaise with “Own Label” customers as required Respond to technical queries as necessary Investigate and monitor customer complaints Assist with all third party/external audits The candidate You will be either educated to a degree level within food science, food technology, food safety or another closely related discipline. Or have a significant length of employment experience within a similar function for a food manufacturing business Good understanding and experience preferably with BRC Storage and Distribution, or BRC food manufacturing Food safety, Food Hygiene and/or HACCP qualifications are essential Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal). A team player. Self-motivated and a strong commitment to personal development. Professional approach and attitude. What’s on offer? A starting salary commensurate with the position, circa £24,000. Working hours of Monday to Friday 08.15 – 16.45 (40 hours) If you are interested in this position then please forward a copy of your most up to date CV to Simon Norris. Due to the high number of applications, if you have not been contacted within the first 5 days your application has not been suitable

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Platers

Jobs in Port Glasgow,Inverclyde,Renfrewshire,Scotland

£40,000 - £50,000 /Annum
 Contract
 Posted about : 2 days ago

DUTIES:· * Layout, Assembly and Marking out of work · * Organise material plates, utilising identified parts correctly· * Operation of Messer / ESAB · * Bar list / cutting lists following shipyard standards, profile end cuts· * Panel line fitting of cut part extrusions. Positioning setting alignments of extrusions · * Sub-assemblies setting plates with correct gaps for butts / setting frames · * Welding tack welding MMA/MIG Steel/Aluminium · * Manufacture of jigs & installation · * Rolling of plates checking and utilising flanger / press / roller· * Forming of plates utilising heat line fairing techniques oxy acetylene burning equipment and water supply· * Installing sub-assemblies into jigs following sequence of parts efficiently and correctly · * Fitting and removal of strong backs· * Heat line Fairing/dressing/welding snagging · * Carrying out change notices - Refit standardisation for inserts and remedial works· Install units to berth join up · * Snag to final inspection standard· * Slinging and lifting of parts ensuring safe operation and correct techniques· Utilising SPMT’s/Fork lifts/Cranes/Telehandlers where applicable · * Fitting of delta decks/PASMA Alu scaffolding· * Manufacture & installation of secondary structure items man holes, ladders, stairs, fendering, machinery seating’s· * Manufacture & installation of hot work/PO 1 items for cables tray, brackets and support.· * Installation of water tight doors and chalk testing· * Gas freeing of tanks· * Block / Unit Join Up of sub-assemblies · * Moving of units and Blocks into position· * Reducing wastage of parent materials and consumables· * Interpreting drawings (Able to read and utilise all types of drawings)· * Noting and providing feedback for incorrect drawing details and better sequence of works· * Clear understanding of IACS standards, following Production/shipyard standards· Meeting pre-paint standards forming of 2mm radius on parent materials· Dimensional inspection providing readings to supervisors · * Comply with any health, safety and environmental policies and procedures, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of self, other staff and visitors.· COMPENTENCY Service delivery Appling Professional Knowledge Driving performance & standards Applying professional standards Appling Professional Knowledge Technical expertise Driving performance & standards Applying professional standardsDeveloping self & others Effectively communicating & managing relationshipsTechnical expertise

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Care Support Worker (Personal Assistant)

Jobs in Greenock,Inverclyde,Renfrewshire,Scotland

 Permanent
 Posted about : 2 days ago

Care Support Worker (Personal Assistant) – Male / Driver Location: Greenock, Inverclyde, PA15 1LH. Salary: £9.40 per hour. Contract: Full and Part Time positions available. Personal Assistants have the most important role within ENABLE Scotland by making a positive difference every day to the lives of the people we support. No two days are the same for our Personal Assistants but what we can guarantee is that you will be supporting someone with a learning disability to achieve their goals and outcomes – whatever they may be! Each person we support has different support needs, so your role may include assisting them with various aspects of personal care, moving and handling or positive behavioural support whilst expanding their social networks and connections. ENABLE Scotland creates a bespoke team around every individual we support, and our team of Personal Assistants work collaboratively to ensure the safety, wellbeing and aspirations of the people we support are met. The Best in You Brings Out the Best in Me The people we support have many varied interests and hobbies and have many of the same dreams and aspirations as we do; they just too often do not get the opportunity to experience these same opportunities. A career with ENABLE Scotland is as rewarding as it is diverse, Personal Assistants at their best have the potential to truly bring out the best in the people we support. Let us introduce you to Colin: Colin loves being outdoors, going for long walks and/ or running (especially on those rare sunny days in Scotland) and just being as generally active and fit as possible. A typical day could be just having a wander around his local community or going a drive and taking in the local sights as well incorporating creative activities which Colin enjoys. At the moment, Colin spends most of his time at the gym. Colin loves his food especially all things sweet! Colin is non verbal however, he is still a great communicator and can let you know exactly what he wants to say or what he wants. Colin likes people who encourage him to maintain and challenge his independence. Colin is best supported by someone who can clearly and directly communicate with him. Colin uses his tablet and enjoys spending time watching his favourite shows on YouTube as well as video calling family. Colin is transitioning into his own home, which is a journey you will be supporting him with. Sadly, it’s not always possible for Colin to enjoy what many people would consider these ‘simple pleasures’ without proper, dedicated support. That is why Colin needs you! Will you bring your best so that Colin can live his best life? About You If you think you share the same interests and have the commitment, dedication, and above all, desire to support Colin to get the most out of life; then please apply now! ENABLE Scotland needs you and your values to help us create an equal society for every person who has a learning disability. You don’t need experience in care to start your career with ENABLE Scotland. We recruit people based on their values and transferrable skills. Wherever your journey has taken you up until now, join us, and together we will forge a new path in what could potentially be the most rewarding role you have ever had! About Us ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic and vibrant organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people with learning disabilities and we are looking for motivated and driven individuals to join us in ensuring they have the same opportunities as everyone else. We believe in developing all our staff and we provide an extensive learning programme together with in-house career development opportunities. These include, but are not limited to: • Person Centred approaches, planning and thinking • Introduction to autism • Epilepsy awareness • Moving and Handling • Adult support and protection • Child support and protection • First Aid • Positive Behaviour Support Starting a career with ENABLE Scotland is the first step towards making a real difference in our award-winning charity’s mission to help create an equal society for every person who has a learning disability. ENABLE Scotland is an equal opportunities employer and our recruitment, selection and assessment process is based entirely on values, skills and competencies required of the specific roles. Note: The successful applicant will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) within 6 months of their start date

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