Response Officer Jobs in UK : 1 job openings

£17000 - £22000/annum
Bennett and Game Recruitment LTD
Key Response office required for our client a global fire and security company who are looking to expand their response team in the London area. Our client is ...
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£47000 - £50000 pa
London, London South West
Senior Policy Analyst - Water SecurityBased in Vauxhall, London £47,000 - £50,000 per annum plus excellent benefitsWaterAid is looking for a Senior Policy Analyst for Water Security to play a vital role in our mission to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere by 2030.Working within the Policy and Campaigns Department, you will lead on policy responses to the challenges presented by increasing water stress, climate change and declining water quality in the countries where we work and at a global scale. You will conduct scoping for WaterAid's work on urban water security - advising and supporting our country programmes on approaches to better integrate water resource management, sanitation and water security measures in an urban context.You will also act as the authoritative reference point for WaterAid on global water security and water quality, promoting the equitable distribution of water resources, and ensuring the rights of the poor to access sustainable and affordable water, sanitation and hygiene services.To be successful, you'll need to have a thorough working knowledge of at least one of the dimensions of water security, with a preference for those with a background in developing countries. Extensive knowledge of public policy and/or advocacy on policy issues is essential, as are strong analytical, research and project management skills. A familiarity with the networks and coalitions required to drive an effective change agenda - especially major international agencies (multilateral development banks, United Nations agencies, OECD etc.), governments and NGOs is a must.We're looking for people who share a commitment to our vision, who have an appreciation and respect for different people and ideas, and the enthusiasm and expertise to help tackle the most important challenges.Our wide range of benefits including agile/flexible working, generous annual leave and additional leave purchase, exceptional pension, employee assistance programme and fitness and social initiatives. No recruitment agencies please. Reference: 0616.Closing date: 12 November 2017. Planned interview date (week commencing): 20 November 2017. Planned second interview date (week commencing): 27 November 2017.TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK THE APPLY NOW BUTTON AND YOU WILL BE REDIRECTED TO BEGIN THE APPLICATION PROCESS
Empiric Solutions
Cheshire East
A leading Financial Services Institution are growing out their capabilities across Incident Response, and are looking for a Senior Incident Response consultant to help form part of this growth They are looking for an expert within Incident Response, to be responsible for technical response to security incidents throughout the entire organisation globally. Incident Response Consultant - Profile: Excellent experience in a hands-on technical Incident Response role. Experience leading and responding to a wide range of Security Incidents for enterprise level organisations. Technical expertise within malware reverse engineering is preferable. Excellent presentation and stakeholder management skills.Incident Response Consultant - Details: Location: Cheshire Salary: Up to £80,000 Industry: Financial Services
LONDON, United Kingdom
RoleThe privacy consultants in the global security services practice are advisors and management consultants who can speak about the entire privacy landscape senior executive / board level teams. The consultant should have depth of knowledge and experiences in several of the following areas: + Privacy transformation; + Development of a global privacy office; + Readiness / maturity assessment and roadmap design; + Privacy impact assessments and privacy-by-design; + Cross-border data transfer mechanisms such as Privacy Shield, EU Model Contracts and Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs); + Data security; + Supplier management and associated risks; + Global privacy laws and regulations, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and e-Privacy Regulations, The consultant should have an understand of and experience on the interaction between data security and data privacy. It will be helpful to have some familiarity with several of the following topics – risk management, Internet of Things (IoT), analytics, BYOD, cloud, technology issues related to privacy regulations. The consultant will provide subject matter expertise in the form of briefings, interviews, workshops, and/or consulting engagements within their domain that assess a client’s privacy capabilities as well as recommending solutions to enhance a client’s overall privacy capabilities. Such client privacy capabilities may involve policy, process, technology, or organizational areas. Consultants will identify gaps in the current environment and recommend best practices or solutions to reduce client risk and increase their ability to deal with emerging risks to the organization. It is extremely important to develop creative solutions to difficult problems. This position is in the global consulting practice not the IBM Legal Department. It is not necessary to be an attorney to apply for this position. Core consulting + Strong communication and presentation skills + Ability to lead large groups and be a primary facilitator + Strong writing skills + Comfortable working in a project based / client serving model + Ability to shape client expectations and identify opportunities + Drive client pursuits and engage in complex deals + Ability to work with global and diverse teams in a dynamic environment + Ability to work in a matrix management model Data Privacy Skills + Experience with the development of a global privacy office, enterprise privacy strategy and policy, privacy by design, data related vendor management and the EU GDPR + It will be helpful to have some familiarity with several of the following topics – risk management, Internet of Things (IoT), analytics, BYOD, cloud, technology issues related to privacy regulatory requirements + Understanding of compliance issues (ISO 29100, international privacy requirements, regulatory opinions, ISO 27001/2) IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
GBP50000 - GBP72000 per annum + Car/Allowance, Annual Bonus & Benefits
SEC Pharma
(Senior) Clinical Project Manager - Various Therapeutic AreasHome Based Anywhere in the UK or Office Based in the heart of West LondonA scientifically led CRO with an exciting portfolio of Biotech clients working at the forefront of medicinal innovation is seeking a Global Clinical Project Manager to join the business on a permanent basis, with flexibility to work from home or to be based from their fantastically modern offices in the heart of West London.Key Responsibilities: - Responsible for the management of international clinical trials across all stages of the drug development process (Phase I-III and Post-Approval)- Create and update project plans against pre-determined timelines - Accountable for the effective management and planning of the study/project budget - Act as the primary point of contact for all communication (internal and external) within the project - Lead and oversee study/project specific meetings - Provide regular status reports to all relevant functions (i.e. clinical, regulatory, biometrics, data management) - Manage and allocate the work within the Project Team and ensure each member performs their task according to previously agreed timelines and project requirements - Participate in and contribute to the formulation of bid proposals and bid defence - Potentially lead clinical development programmes dependent upon experience Required Experience:- A minimum of two years'' clinical trial management experience within a CRO, Pharmaceutical company or Biotech- Previous experience of working with Phase IIb or Phase III studies- Experience within oncology, neurology, immunology or anti-infectives would be ideal, but there are multiple positions so this is not a prerequisite- A Bachelor''s degree in a Life Science subject or alternative Nursing/Healthcare qualificationThis position represents a great opportunity for an established Clinical Project Manager looking for a role managing full-service clinical trials in a CRO environment without the financial tracking, within a company that has a fantastic industry reputation in terms of quality of relationships with sites and clients.In order to apply for this position and to get your CV under immediate consideration, please send your CV to Sam Doherty at or call +44 (0) 207 255 6665. Key Words: Clinical Project Manager, Senior Clinical Project Manager, Clinical Operations, Oncology, Clinical Study Manager, Clinical Trial Manager, Senior CPM, Senior CTM, Senior Clinical Trial Manager, Senior Clinical Study Manager, Phase II, Phase III, Phase IV, Home Based, Berkshire, Middlesex, London, Project Manager, Senior Project Manager, Associate Director, Global, International, Project Leader, Senior Project Leader, PL, CPM, Haematology, Haemophilia, Oncology, CNS, Neurology, Infectious Diseases
London, UK
We are looking for an experienced Azure Consultant, ideally with a Consultancy background, to play a key role on a range of high profile Cloud projects with our blue chip client base.  You will have extensive C#, ASP.NET, MVC and Web API application development experience and a proven track record in designing and delivering scalable, robust and secure enterprise Microsoft solutions.  With first class customer facing skills and a genuine passion for quality / professional delivery, you will be looking for a new challenge with a company that genuinely recognises and rewards its star performers.Role and ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate will either be working on client sites or in our Ipswich development centre, assisting customers in defining and implementing integration strategies; this may be as an individual or as an integral part of a multi-skilled team.The role will involve design of architecture, definition of specifications and hands on development. Working closely with the customer to identify key drivers and communicate the rationale and benefits for will require excellent interpersonal skills at all levels within an organization.Technical Experience Essential A proven track record in designing and delivering complex n-tier, enterprise-scale Microsoft solutionsExtensive experience in building architectures based on Microsoft technologies including C#, ASP.NET, MVC, Web API and WCFExperience of designing Azure based solutions and knowledge of Azure IaaS and PaaS featuresInvolvement across the full project lifecycle (to successful deployment)Good understanding of project management methodologies including both waterfall and agileGood experience with and knowledge of UML and design patternsAbility to gather business requirements and architect solutions based on those requirementsGood hands-on coding skills in C# and ASP.NET MVCStrong experience in SQL ServerExperience of Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment using Team Foundation ServerExperience of leading a technical teamDesirableStrong understanding of industry trends (i.e. Web Services / REST / Service Oriented Architecture)Experience of SSIS, SSAS and/or SharePointBroad understanding of architecture frameworks such as TOGAF / ZachmanQualificationsMCSD or relevant MCP’sBachelor’s degree in Computer Science or similarOther Skills / ExperienceA delivery focused attitude with the ability to drive tasks forward and meet demanding deadlinesExtremely capable of picking up new technologies quickly and a very proactive self educatorA willingness to be flexible in terms of work location and to undertake work at client sites as and when requiredAbility to deal successfully with staff at all levels within an organisationThe ability to communicate clearly to a wide range of people both internally and externally to the organisation (as well as the ability to influence / negotiate)Exceptional customer facing skillsStrong written and presentation skillsTrainingKCOM actively encourages and supports staff in the pursuit of relevant certifications and training
Christy Media Solutions
London, South East England, GB
As a Camera Repair Technician, your duties will also include completing manual job sheets, accessing manufacturer service systems regarding information on spare parts, pricing, technical data and service updates and keeping up to date with technological advancements in the market. Reviewing spare parts within stock that have been previously repaired is also important, in order to pass on stock requirements to the workshop manager, regarding equipment that can be re-ordered and suitable for re-use.
Candidate Source
Egham, England
The world's leading provider of security solutions, with operations in over 100 countries Worldwide is seeking a Shift Supervisor based in Egham, Surrey to join its expanding team. The company is the largest security services Company in the UK, with an annual turnover of approximately £440m and employing 20,000 people.  Its success depends on the commitment of its employees to providing excellent customer service to all internal as well as external customers.As the Shift Supervisor, your duties will be to:Maintain a regular presence on the malls and ensure all officers maintain correct discipline / conduct.Ensure that you are aware of staff’s current locations and that they are where they should be.Ensure that all security staff are polite and provide the best customer service skills at all times.Ensure that all security personnel are correctly turned out; motivated, professional and courteous at all times (submit uniform requests when required).Assist the Security Manager in training new officers and ensure that all ‘on-site’ training has been completed (including relief officers).Patrols and staff searches.Warehouse employee relations and client liaison scheduling.Report writing and investigations. To be a successful Shift Supervisor you will have the following skills and experience:Experience in working in a warehouse environment desirable.Previous security experience preferably in a supervisory / management capacity.Good communication and inter-personnel skills.Computer literate.Able to use Excel, Word, PowerPoint to a high standard.Smart, reliable and punctual.SIA licensed. The average hours per week is 56, although 42-hour minimum contract is available.In return, the Shift Supervisor will receive a salary of £8.72 per hour. The first stage of the application process is to apply online.Candidate Source Ltd is an Advertising Agency working on behalf of an Employment Agency. By applying for this position you are giving us permission to pass your CV and covering letter to a third party in relation to this specific vacancy. A full copy of our privacy policy can be viewed on our website.
£18000 - £22000/annum
Auto Skills UK
Trowbridge, Wiltshire
SERVICE ADVISOR (Automotive)Basic Salary: £18,000pa - £22,000pa Depending on experience PLUS FANTASTIC OTE / BONUSLocation: TrowbridgeOur well-respected client is seeking a Service Advisor to manage all service telephone and walk-in enquiries, qualify service and keep customers updated and happy!Liaising directly with customers to arrange services for their vehicles, via inbound calls and walk ins, arranging job cards for technicians using specialist systems, maximising upselling opportunities with customers, offering an outstanding and thorough service for customers. Committed to offering consistently excellent service. To be the focal point of contact for customers requiring servicing or repair to their vehicles. Managing the flow of information between the workshop, the rest of the Dealership and the customer, delivering excellent customer service at all times. With an emphasis on providing excellent levels of service, this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Automotive Service Advisor to grow their career.The key responsibilities in this role are as follows;·To take service department bookings ensuring efficient workshop loading, whilst attending to all customer requirements in an efficient manner.·To develop and maintain a high degree of departmental and inter departmental co-operation.·To be pleasant and helpful to customers and colleagues at all times and to ensure that personal appearance is of the highest.·Ensure flow of work through the workshop is smooth and profitable, allocating workload subject to availability and competence of technicians to maximise productivity·Build positive relationships with the customer updating them frequently and reacting quickly to resolve any issues or variations to promise.·Sell extra work to the customer, explaining the requirement and selling the benefits, gain authority to proceed·Complete daily transaction reports timely and accurately·Maintain effective communication with customers (internal and external), Service Centre Manager and workshop colleagues·Collect customer data for the Service Centre marketing database·To upsell products and service plans to customers.·Ensure customer comments are fed back to appropriate people·Continually communicate with the Service Manager to identify extra work and to monitor progress·Adhere to company procedures and brand standards.·Complete invoices accurately, clearly and quickly.·Check that all authorised work has been completed and charged. Handle all forms of payment accurately.·Agree appropriate vehicle collection and delivery arrangements with customers·Ensure allocated work is correctly programmed and that accurate information is passed to the workshop·Experience using Kerridge, One Link or Pinnacle or similar DMS systemTHE SUCCESSFULLY CANDIDATE WILL WORK WELL WITHIN A TEAM, HAVE AN AMAZING ATTITUDE AND EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION SKILLS, ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND THE ABILITY TO WORK TO TIGHT DEADLINES.
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Project Control Manager (EWR Alliance)We are seeking a Project Control Manager with extensive experience in the detailed control of large complex rail infrastructure projects. The role within our Transportation business, requires a strong technical background in the rail industry. The successful applicant will be a Project Controls Lead providing comprehensive controls and governance to the project teams and in the short term will act as the Project Controls lead to an Alliance Partnership. Reporting into the business Project Controls Director, with accountability to the Alliance Operations Manager, the successful applicant will be responsible for delivering all aspects of scheduling, cost, risk and opportunity and management, whilst line managing Alliance staff in all these fields and interfacing with other project leaders. For the first 12 months the role will be based in Birmingham, this will then move on a permanent basis to the site office in Milton Keynes. Additional Alliance role requirements and responsibilities:• Sit on the Alliance Leadership Team and be responsible for:o Delivering the programme of works safely and sustainably to time, cost and qualityo The production and maintenance of the project execution plan.o Ensuring adequate resources are available to the Alliance (human/financial) to deliver the project in a safe mannero Ensuring that robust processes and procedures are in place to allow for the safe delivery of a quality producto Stakeholder management• The Project Controls Manager will report to the Operations Manager, will sit on the Alliance Management Team and be responsible for:o Developing the project controls strategyo Developing the project programme (with the planners reporting functionally)o Project controls, planning, possession booking, reporting, logistics and materials managemento Liaising with the commercial manager to maintain the production of the defined cost forecasto Reporting against the KRAsGeneral requirements • A detailed understanding of Rail technologies, including but not limited to: Signalling, Track (P-Way), Structures (tunnels, bridges, earthworks, embankments, buildings, structures, gantries, access platforms etc), Electrification & Plant and Telecoms. • Experience of multi-disciplinary design • Must have an excellent understanding for how projects are designed, procured, constructed and commissioned. • Experience of managing interfaces with other engineering disciplines. • An expert user of Primavera P6 • This role requires the candidate to carry out their Project Control duties with limited supervision, and work under their own. However, the successful candidate must have previous experience of managing project control staff, allocating tasks, checking achievements and providing constructive feedback, leadership and management. • Thorough understanding of Network Rail GRIP and London Underground processes and their associated Project Control requirements. • Experience of various forms of contract, including NEC. • Experience of Schedule Risk and Cost analysis • Experience of Claims and Delay Analysis• Experience of working with company Enterprise systems. • Experience of working on Joint Ventures and / or Alliance projects and present high-quality stakeholder management skills• Experience in reviewing and analysing project resource histograms, performance analysis data and CPI/SPI information. • Must demonstrate a detailed understanding of Project Controls Techniques including, scheduling, budget and spend management, change control, Earned Value Management, data analysis, trend analysis, cash flows, forecasting and Work Package Management. • Experience of working on large projects up to £50m • Experienced Engineering Professional with a qualification in Mechanical/Civil Engineering preferred • Member of the APM preferred • Minimum of 10 years relevant experience in a project controls and scheduling environmentGeneral responsibilities • You will be responsible for all aspects of the project's schedules, risk analysis, cost management and other project controls functions. • Represent Project Controls, attend and lead client progress meetings. • Responsible for the completion of projects to time and cost • Provide regular supervision to junior members of the team as required • Solid knowledge of project management practices and procedures and be familiar with commercial and financial aspects of project management • Building relationships with limited set of common clients and maintaining regular client contact. • Have a good understanding of Rail technologies and markets • Provision of project performance data, project schedules and reports in a concise and timely manner as required by the projects teams. • Successful in identifying any project deviations and slippages, reports and communicates issues to senior members of the project team. • Ensuring that all issues within the schedule are highlighted and understood by Senior Management and giving appropriate planning advice. • You will deliver an internal and external periodic project update and information regarding changes and delays that have impacted the schedule on a period by period basis. • Delivering the necessary reports to allow Senior Managers to direct the project appropriately.This is an opportunity to join a dynamic, world class project controls team; working on some of the UK's largest rail and highways infrastructure projects. You will be part of an experienced team that have a significant impact on the successful delivery of these multi million pound contracts, using state of the art project controls tools and techniques that provide concise information to the projects they support. Atkins Project Controls are recognised as an internationally renowned consultant, working on projects within the UK and overseas.Salary: . Date posted: 11/10/2017
Mitchells & Butlers
Field Based
Do you share our love for the vibrant world of hospitality? Few companies offer the shear breadth of job opportunities we do! As one of the largest managed pub and restaurant companies in the UK, Mitchells & Butlers operate over 1700 pubs and restaurants, with house-hold brand names such as All Bar One, Miller & Carter, Sizzling Pubs, Vintage Inns and many more!We have a rare opportunity for an Area Repair Technician to join our Property Department on a permanent basis. There is no requirement for evening and weekend work. As an Area Repair Technician , your role is to cover our businesses in specific areas whilst supporting our operations team in delivering best in class maintenance across the estate.The responsibilities of an Area Repair Technician are varied, rewarding and include:Deliver general maintenance works to sites within the region to a very high and consistent standardThe work includes general maintenance items such as basic plumbing, tiling, pest proofing, woodwork, joinery, painting and decorating, flooring and lock replacement, including larger works such as fence replacementsDeliver planned maintenance works such as PAT, Fire alarm and emergency lighting testing, chimney sweeping and extract filtration replacementManagement of van stock and ordering of parts required to facilitate site worksManagement of the IT process from accepting work from sites to completing and uploading paperwork to the IT systemSupport front line operations in ensuring businesses are maintained to a good and consistent standardSupport the delivery of the PACE and operating Standards project worksRespond proactively to maintenance problems to find innovative, cost effective solutions within demanding timescalesAssist the Area Building Manager in the planning, development, execution, supervision, budget delivery and control of the MAB planned and reactive maintenance services within the specified regionJob Requirements:Proven experience of maintenance activity ideally combined with multi-unit retail business experienceA customer service focus, can do and flexible approach to work as the work is extremely varied and requires a broad range of general maintenance experienceHigh degree of maturityExcellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skillsHigh level of IT skills requiredPlease note, working days will be week days 9am – 5pm and there will be no requirement for evening and weekend cover.What we offer: 33% employee discount in all our pubs & restaurants, company van, flexible working, company bonus scheme, pension scheme, share scheme, healthcare scheme, ‘pickaperk’ employee discounts from 100’s of retailers, childcare vouchers, 26 days’ holiday per year.