143 job(s) at Right Talent

Right Talent Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Aug 03, 2020
Full time
The core duties of the position include- - Oversee a portfolio of 450 units across the Nottingham/surrounding areas - Oversee major works projects as needed - Attend meetings as required (time off in lieu will be given) - Ensure the portfolio is managed with Health and Safety at the forefront of delivery - Effectively build strong relationships with all stakeholders This position will suit someone looking for flexible working as well as career development. You will be supported by a nurturing Head of Department, on hand for any points of escalation. I am looking for someone with the following skillset/experience- - Minimum of two years relevant Leasehold management experience - Ideally AIRPM qualified or willing to be - Experience of Section 20 works
Right Talent Romford, Essex
Aug 03, 2020
Full time
Senior Asbestos Surveyor/Project Manager £32,000 - £35,000 + Benefits Romford, South East There is an exciting position available for an experienced and commercially driven Senior Asbestos Surveyor/Project Manager to join a highly successful award-winning environmental consultancy! In this role, you will be responsible for assisting with the running of a range commercial contracts and will be involved in completing Management, Refurbishment & Demolition surveys, building and maintaining strong client relationships, overseeing on site contractors and training and mentoring new staff. The successful Senior Asbestos Surveyor/Project Manager will be BOHS P402 qualified as a minimum (BOHS P405/CCP highly desirable) with a minimum of 5 years experience in asbestos surveying. Proven competency in completing Refurbishment and Demolition surveys up to commercial & industrial level is essential along with project managing commercial contracts. Additional Role Requirements include: Full UK driving license with flexability to commute across the South East and occasionally further afield Excellent working knowledge HSG: 264 guidelines and the health & safety legislation in relation to asbestos Extensive experience in conducting Management, Refurbishment/Demolition surveys on domestic, commercial & industrial type premises Minimum of 2 years experience in project management (domestic & commercial) Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written In return, you can expect to receive a competitive basic salary (increase after probation) and a full benefits package which includes a fully expensed company vehicle, competitive overtime rates and options, company pension scheme and the much sought after opportunity to develop your career into project management.
Right Talent Liverpool, Merseyside
Aug 01, 2020
Full time
For you, that will mean making sure our residents live in a place that’s proactively inspected and brilliantly maintained at all times. You’ll carry out audits and make sure records are kept up-to-date. And, whether you’re replacing a tap or mixer valve, fitting a new extractor fan, repairing the timber on a bedroom window or putting up new wallpaper in the dining room, you’ll do so with a sense of kindness above anything else. We’re looking for someone with solid experience in maintenance, building, DIY, cleaning and housekeeping. You’ll also need technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, as well as ideally some IT skills. And, whenever you communicate with a resident or co-worker, you’ll be truly considerate and kind. Well, after all, it’s just in your nature.
Right Talent Cannock, Staffordshire
Aug 01, 2020
Full time
Duties and Responsibilities Produce Traffic Management CAD drawings using AutoCAD Liaise with depot managers, agents, sales managers and other job associated people, give progress updates Awareness of the timescales and SLA’s available for undertaking required works Ad-hoc duties as required including administration duties Competencies Organised Creative Motivated Team Player Communication Qualifications and Experience Excellent CAD skills - 2D essential, 3D an advantage Have good IT skills - Excel, Word and Outlook Traffic Management knowledge/qualifications would be preferred Excellent communication skills Ability to follow directions competently Ability to work in a team and on own initiative Willingness to learn new skills Ability to deliver under pressure Able to handle multiple projects across several location
Right Talent Taunton, Somerset
Jul 31, 2020
Full time
Interim Surveying opportunity with a housing provider based in Somerset and the South West Your new company As a Surveyor you will be joining a reputable provider of housing based in the Somerset and South West region. Your new company are a provider of 4500 homes across the wider region, responsible for managing tenants and property maintenance. Your new role As a Surveyor you will be responsible for overseeing the turnaround of void properties across the region, supervising contractors and signing off works once completed. You'll also assist to schedule boiler and heating upgrade and replacement works, and will help to supervise and manage day to day repairs. What you'll need to succeed In order to succeed in this role you'll need to have experience as a surveyor within housing, ideally across reactive repairs and voids. You'll need to have excellent building knowledge, and an ability to identify defects and supervise contractors. What you'll get in return In return you will receive a competitive hourly rate and an initial contract duration of up to 3 months, with likely extension.
Right Talent London, South East England
Jul 31, 2020
Full time
Job requirements Previous private sector experience (as in experience of large and complex projects). Familiarity with London and its planning policies. Experience of tall and major developments. Any experience of working with visualisation, verified views and virtual urban modelling is welcome. Strong attention to detail. High service delivery skills. Excellent communicator, both written and verbal. Self-motivated. Committed and organised. Commercial awareness. Ability to work independently. Ability to work efficiently. Core technical expertise. 1-2 years relevant experience in this specialist field, with a postgraduate qualification in any one or more of the following: Urban Design, Conservation, Planning, Landscape Planning. You may already hold or are working towards chartered membership of a professional body or have other professional accreditation. Training & Development The role will include ongoing coaching from experienced Partners who will work with you to help you realise your career objectives. Why Apply? On top of joining an established, stable and busy Consultancy in the region you will also benefit from a competitive starting salary (dependant on experience), and access to the company's benefits scheme.
Right Talent Woolstone, Buckinghamshire
Jul 30, 2020
Full time
Buyer / Estimator A great opportunity has arisen for an experienced Construction Buyer / Estimator to join a small building contractor in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Our client specialise in building large student accommodation blocks and also undertake private residential schemes They have ambitions to become a £40m business meaning there is plenty of room to progress Great, dedicated and friendly team who are committed to driving the business forward The role You will be undertaking Estimating and Material and Subcontract Buying on construction schemes You will be joining their existing Buyer and Estimator in the office in Milton Keynes To be considered for this role you will: Be ambitious and dynamic Have 3 years or more experience working as a Buyer You will ideally have Estimating experience Buyer / Estimator / Construction / Milton Keynes / Buckinghamshire
Right Talent Northampton, Northamptonshire
Jul 30, 2020
Full time
We are currently interested in speaking to customer focused, skilled Administrators with great organisation skills for a Property Management Assistant position in Reading. Job Purpose To provide administration support to the property management team and be the first point of contact for all customer enquiries, providing exceptional customer service to leaseholders, clients and contractors. Main Duties Responding to requests from lessees for minor works Liaising with lessees, contractors and surveyors The administration of minor works processes with record keeping, instructing contractors, progress chasing, diary keeping, correspondence, processing invoices and filing. Liaising with other colleagues and departments within the company Providing administrative support to the property manager when away Dealing with telephone calls, correspondence and any other support tasks as required Keeping a record of time charges Assisting with the posting of mail merges Any other tasks that may be reasonably required Key Requirements Qualifications: educated to GCSE level standard or above Experience or knowledge: basic knowledge of minor works in domestic property Previous experience: minor works in domestic property Special aptitudes: team player, efficient telephone manner, ability to work under sustained pressure, attention to detail, ability to work on own initiative, organisation and prioritisation, communication, numeracy, computer literate, client and customer focus, influencing and negotiation skills Other: a willingness to undertake continuous training and personal development
Right Talent Speldhurst, Kent
Jul 29, 2020
Full time
Labourer Job near Sevenoaks 1-2 weeks 40 hours £12 per hour UMB Your new company  is a small general building contractor that is refurbishing a mansion in Sevenoaks, Kent. Your new role  is to work as a Labourer on a to assist the site manager with general duties such as demolition, removal of waste, using hand and power tools to strip out the fabric of the building and make the site safe. What you'll need to succeed  succeed is a photo ID, proof of NI, pass a verbal reference check from one employer in the last 12 months, previous experience of working as a site labourer and good communication skills. Previous demolition experience is useful not essential. What you'll get in return  is £12.00 per hour, 07:30-16:30 (8.0 hours per day) minimum on an agency assignment paid weekly for 2 weeks. Payment will be made via the umbrella payroll method although candidates who are paid PAYE would be welcome as well.
Right Talent Liverpool, Merseyside
Jul 29, 2020
Full time
Responsibilities The operational delivery of Facilities Management included in the Contract in accordance with the Company policy and procedures, this including the engagement and use of all suppliers, specialists and sub contractors employed by the Company in the delivery of services. Preparation and implementation of the Planned Preventative Maintenance Plan (PPM) and the Reactive maintenance service as required by the Contract (to include the annual and 5 year maintenance plan). Monitoring and reporting on the service delivery in accordance with the Contract particulars this including temporary repairs, unavailability, ad hoc reports and for ensuring the Contract deliverables, Service Level Agreement and Key Performance Indicators are met. The Maintenance and Operations Manager will liaise closely with the Commercial Manager regards penalties that arise and the associated cost. Attending meetings as required with Trust and SPV (Client) to review the service and operational delivery standards, being aware of the associated commercial impact. Overall responsibility for ensuring that suppliers, specialists and sub contractors are engaged in accordance with Company Policy and procedures, applicable Alder Hey policies and procedures, and the current Health Technical Memorandums (HTMs) and Regulations. To ensure that works are properly scoped, delivered and full completion is achieved including all relevant reporting and paperwork. Ensure HTM(s) and statutory compliance is maintained in accordance with Alder Hey requirements Ensure that all work streams falling under responsibility achieve or exceed the contract budgeted profit margin. To establish, maintain and develop effective working relationships with the client and customers, all staff, external agencies, specialist suppliers and all other relevant groups/companies. To be responsible for the management and development of operational staff. This will include but not be limited to ensuring adequate communications and control measures are in place, and instigating disciplinary processes where required. To manage services to ensure that client’s needs are met in accordance with contractually agreed targets and service level agreements. Review and refine working practices to increase efficiency and improve customer satisfaction. Liaise with all operational teams. Knowledge Skills & Experience Proven Engineering background - essential Formal qualification in Mechanical or Electrical Experience of PPM's People management experience PFI/Healthcare background Previous experience of working in a similar role
Right Talent Nottinghamshire, East Midlands
Jul 28, 2020
Full time
FTC, Health and safety advisor, Nottinghamshire, £30000 to £35000, NEBOSH, IOSH Your new company You will work on the client side working with the pharmaceutical sector. They are a national leading business and offer a great working environment. Your new role This role is a FTC, and will be due to end November 2021. You will work as a Health and Safety Advisor, carrying out Internal Audits and fire risk assessments, as well as providing appropriate advice and support within the business, and maintain the risk assessment programme. You will also ensure adequate implementation of the EHS Management Systems and compliance to the required standards such as ISO14001 and ISO45001. You will also assist in identifying legal obligations and to advise on areas of non-compliance and required improvements. What you'll need to succeed You will have experience in a health and safety role, along with NEBOSH qualifications and fire risk assessment experience. You will be keen to excel your career and work for a leading organisation. What you'll get in return You will receive a competitive basic salary along with a car allowance, you will also have guaranteed work until November 2021!
Right Talent East Midlands Training Services, Limber Road, Ulceby, England, UK
Jul 28, 2020
Full time
Our responsibilities include: • Plan and deliver major capital projects and lifecycle refurbishment • Provide utilities services • Manage soft facilities management (i.e. cleaning and catering) • Provide a safe place to train • Allocate Service Families Accommodation • Procure and manage routine maintenance and reactive repair • Provide a central register of asset information to advise infrastructure planning • Act as steward of the Defence estate • Provide the unarmed guarding service We employ approximately 4,900 staff from a very diverse range of professions including head office functions and specialisms such as surveyors, town planners, airfield pavement experts, foresters and construction engineers. We work across the world; in Germany, Cyprus and the Falkland Islands, Norway, Poland, Kenya, Belize, Nepal and Oman. You can view our YouTube video to see more about our work Job description The Challenge If you are an amazing Commercial Professional who wants to see the unseen and work for an amazing organisation, then keep reading!
Right Talent Swindon, Wiltshire
Jul 27, 2020
Full time
Sustainability Consultant / BREEAM Assessor - Swindon HA 9031 Our client, a leading independent multi-disciplinary consultancy has an urgent requirement for a BREEAM Assessor to join their Swindon based team. The successful BREEAM Assessor / Sustainability Consultant will have the opportunity to work on a variety of medium and large scale projects within the residential, commercial, industrial and education sectors. Qualifications: Ideally candidates will have a BSc / MSc in a relevant environmental / sustainability / building services discipline and membership to an appropriate professional body such as CIBSE or IEMA. Being a qualified BREEAM Assessor in one or more schemes is essential for the role. Experience: In this instance applications are sought from candidates with demonstrable experience in the management and delivery of BREEAM Assessments, preferably within a consultancy environment. Candidates who have a proven track record in project management will be at an advantage. Duties: - Undertaking BREEAM and LEED assessments - Delivering environmental management audits - Liaising with clients - Managing projects - Preparing expert written reports - Delivering presentations Benefits: - Joining an international consultancy with excellent career progression opportunities - Full benefits package - Competitive starting salary
Right Talent South West England, England
Jul 27, 2020
Full time
Legionella Risk Assessor - £24000-£26000 + Vehicle + Benefits Bristol/South West region. Leading Environmental Consultancy are looking for a Legionella Risk Assessor to join an existing team and work on a range of projects across the South West. Working independently you will be given your workload on a weekly basis and will then manage your diary to ensure project deadlines are met and the high standards of the business are maintained. As a motivated Legionella Risk Assessor you will be: Carrying out Legionella Risk assessments on vessels Preparing high quality reports to the clients deadlines Complying with all legislation For this role as a Legionella Risk Assessor you will ideally have: 2+ years of industry experience Full driving license Knowledge and understanding of ACoP L8 and HSG274 As the successful Legionella Risk Assessor you will receive a full benefits package, the opportunity to advance your career and most importantly a company that take a keen interest in your personal development. For more information please email NICK LEWIS a copy of your CV and we'll call you right back. Commutable Locations -Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bath, Swindon. Keywords - Water treatment, Engineer, Health and Safety, Cleaner, Water hygiene, Legionella, Risk Assessor, Legionella Risk Assessor, Pre Comms, Pre Commissioning, Maintenance Engineer, Water Hygiene Engineer, Water Hygiene Operative, Water Installation Engineer, Plumber, Water Engineer
Right Talent St. Mellons, South Glamorgan
Jul 24, 2020
Full time
We're supporting our clients as they adapt to the unprecedented circumstances brought about by COVID-19. As a result, we're currently only recruiting for essential roles during this time. All interviews, assessments and background checks will take place online, to completely remove the need for face-to-face contact. It's important to note that most of our sites are now closed and employees are working remotely where they can. Where offices are required to stay open, we are following government guidelines on personal hygiene standards, daily cleaning of employee work areas, maintaining safe distances and limiting the number of people in the office at one time. We also have clear policies on business travel and continuity. The welfare of our people is of paramount importance to us, and we're doing everything we can to keep our employees and customers safe during this time. Plans, designs, constructs and maintains physical infrastructures; ensures compliance with relevant building codes and safety regulations. * Educated to HND/HNC level in a Civil Engineering discipline, or a minimum of 5 years relevant experience of delivering Civil/Highway Engineering Services. Plans, designs, constructs and maintains physical infrastructures, such as roads, bridges, channels and dams. Performs the evaluation and inspection of civil engineering projects to ensure that standards and requirements are met. Prepares, maintains and reviews technical documentation, such as drawings and specifications, for civil engineering projects. Follows applicable building codes and safety regulations relevant to civil engineering. Job Purpose:- To deliver professional Civil Engineering Design and Construction Management Services. To Be Accountable For * Delivery of Civil Engineering Design and Construction Management Services to the highest standards * Management and assistance in the management of projects from scheme development through to settlement of final account. * Achievement of high levels of performance against legislative & service delivery targets. * To assist the Principal Engineer in the delivery of Civil Engineering and project management functions Principal Accountabilities and Responsibilities * To prepare designs and schemes from development of brief to practical completion, including preparation of drawings, specifications, bills of quantities contract documentation and contract administration including site supervision of contractors and certification of contractors' accounts. * To apply current software packages to improve the delivery of civil and highway engineering services. Knowledge, Skills, Training And Experience * Ideally a minimum of 3 years' experience of delivering Civil/Highway Engineering Services. * Good Knowledge and understanding of Legislative and Statutory obligations that affect the Delivery of Civil Engineering Services. * Good Knowledge and understanding of the issues facing Local Authority Services. * Good Knowledge of best practice in Civil/Highway Engineering Sectors. * Proficient in the use of AutoCAD and AutoSign Special Working Conditions * The post holder will be expected to operate with a significant degree of flexibility and will be required to manage and prioritise work commitments. * Some work that the post holder will be required to undertake will be out of the office environment including on live construction sites. * On occasion, you may be required to work outside standard office hours.
Right Talent Carlisle, Cumbria
Jul 24, 2020
Full time
We're supporting our clients as they adapt to the unprecedented circumstances brought about by COVID-19. As a result, we're currently only recruiting for essential roles during this time. All interviews, assessments and background checks will take place online, to completely remove the need for face-to-face contact. It's important to note that most of our sites are now closed and employees are working remotely where they can. Where offices are required to stay open, we are following government guidelines on personal hygiene standards, daily cleaning of employee work areas, maintaining safe distances and limiting the number of people in the office at one time. We also have clear policies on business travel and continuity. The welfare of our people is of paramount importance to us, and we're doing everything we can to keep our employees and customers safe during this time.
Right Talent Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Jul 23, 2020
Full time
Boiler Engineer Are you an experienced Boiler Engineer seeking a new permanent role? The client I'm working with are seeking to expand their team on a static site near Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The role will involve you working together as a team to carry out general maintenance on site, maintaining and operating the temperature and ventilation systems throughout. To be considered for this role you must hold a BOAS ticket - this is crucial for you to be able to carry out the tasks required in the role. Candidates who do not have this ticket will not be considered for this positions Duties and responsibilities Maintaining and operating temperature systems on site Monitoring ventilation Carrying out checks and PPM Reactive maintenance Requirements Must be Boiler Operatives Accreditation Scheme (BOAS) accredited Excellent communication team Ability to work under pressure Full UK driving licence Benefits Excellent salary Pension Life insurance Annual leave
Right Talent Canterbury, Kent
Jul 23, 2020
Full time
You will be responsible for managing your own workload and holding a substantial influence within the Property Services Team. This is a great opportunity to develop your experience and share your skills. If you are an enthusiastic, conscientious person and are looking for a new opportunity then this could be the position for you. Key Skills Worked at a similar position previously Experience with Repairs & Maintenance management 5 years experience within the sector Customer satisfaction focused Broad experience of working in an office environment Strong verbal communication skills Strong sense of judgement Good problem solving skills
Right Talent London, South East England
Jul 22, 2020
Full time
Our client is an innovative organisation with a unique office setup which favours the delivery of unrivalled service. As the assistant property manager, you will be working directly with a property manager and an accounts assistant overseeing a designated portfolio based around London and the home counties overseeing the following responsibilities; Assisting on the management of service charge budgets Supporting the property manager on the drafting of section 20 notices Attending site visits and AGM’s with the property manager were required Working with the team accountant on chasing arrears The office environment for this role is supportive, hardworking but also very social, with regular team lunches and events. Being a relatively new business, they are looking for somebody to join them who wants a long career within the business and who want to grow and progress. I am looking for individuals with the following; Excellent communication skills Motivated to develop Some leasehold property management exposure (desirable)