Project Manager / Development Manager (Housing) Blackburn / Wakefield £30,487 per annum* Permanent | 37 hours per week Our client is currently expanding, and growing from strength to strength. As such they are looking for a Project Manager to join their team based in either Blackburn or Wakefield covering projects primarily throughout Lancashire and Yorkshire. The Project Manager will lead on developments for the Group throughout the whole cycle, from site appraisal to practical completion and handover. You will be responsible for identifying and appraising suitable schemes for ongoing development programme and delivering these projects within specified and agreed deadlines. You will also be actively engaged in any regeneration activities that could lead to new business or other commercial opportunities whilst helping to identify funding opportunities and preparing capital bids. Knowledge of the whole development cycle and project management to include managing budgets will be key in this post. The successful candidate will already have practical working experience in housing, either private sector or social housing OR Project Management experience in construction and development works. You should also have experience of managing construction to Homes England Development Standards. Due to the nature of the role, a full driving licence is required, along with access to your own vehicle insured for business purposes; with travel to other offices throughout the North of England. In return our client can offer you a great set of benefits which includes -27 days holiday (rising to 32 over 5 years service) + bank holidays. -A great flexible working environment, with a range of family friendly policies -Great new comfortable and modern offices -A huge scope of personal development opportunities -A very attractive pension scheme & healthcare benefits as well -For the more active minded they also offer a "cycle to work" scheme *The salary for this role will rise to £33,992 per annum after a tenure with the company and a satisfactory level of work.
Project Coordinator / Project Management - Engineering Chesterfield commutable from Sheffield, Derby and Mansfield Circa £22,000 - £26,000 pa Our client is a leading supplier of LPG for homes and businesses across the UK. Renowned for excellence in delivering value and a high-quality service, they pride themselves on going above and beyond for their customers. They currently have an exciting opportunity for a Project Coordinator within their Engineering department to ensure that all projects are completed on time, within budget, meeting high quality standards and to ensure that all stakeholders are kept up to date at all stages. You'll administer and organise all types of Engineering projects, from simple activities to more complex plans. You'll work closely with their Project Engineers to prepare comprehensive action plans including resources, timeframes and budgets for projects. You'll also be responsible for coordinating tasks such as scheduling and risk management as well as team project communication, administration, reporting and documentation control across the entire project lifecycle. Further tasks will include monitoring project progress and escalating as appropriate any issues that arise, utilising project tools to monitor working hours, plans and expenditures, issuing all appropriate legal paperwork and ensuring that standards and requirements are met through conducting quality assurance audits. They are looking for someone with an overall understanding of Project Management, who is highly responsible and therefore able to take full ownership of tasks, workstreams and projects to delivery. You'll be a strong communicator both in writing and verbally and will have solid organisational and time management skills. You'll be a forward thinker and multi tasker with the ability to prioritise in pressurised situations. It's important that you have a time, cost and quality mindset combined with a passion for service delivery excellence, and a positive 'can do' solution providing approach. Experience and knowledge of MS office suite is also important.
Manchester Central Library, St. Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD, UK
Administrator (12 Month Contract) Manchester, Central Park £15,000 - £20,000 Our client currently has an opportunity for an organised and self-motivated individual to provide administrative support to their Transactions department, as their Transactions Associate - PTP Admin. You'll be responsible for managing invoices received by post and email and ensuring all documentation is filed and accurately recorded. You'll be responsible for assisting with general administrative duties for the AP team and liaise with colleagues across the department. Customer-focused with experience in an administrative role, you will have a basic knowledge of SAP. Confident and approachable, you will be IT literate with a basic understanding of Excel and ensure that the necessary information is recorded accurately onto their systems. This is an excellent opportunity to join a company that will encourage your career development. Benefits: Matched pension contributions up to 8%, private healthcare (employee contributes), 25 + 8 bank holidays
7 Linthorpe Rd, Middlesbrough TS1 1RF, UK
Purchase Ledger Administrator / Accounts Payable Assistant Middlesbrough, Across the boundaries of the Tees Valley £19,305 Per Annum 37 hours per week 1 x Fixed term up to end December 2019 1 x Fixed term for 9 months Social heart with a commercial outlook… Our client are the largest landlord in the North East, owning and managing almost 34,000 homes in an area spanning North Tyneside to York, with the majority of properties in the Tees Valley. They have plans to build at least 2,000 new homes over the next five years, as well as investing over £100m in improving the homes they manage. By doing this, they will make a major contribution to the regeneration of the Tees Valley to support the local economy. Thirteen people are deeply passionate about what they do and why they do it. They seek to employ people who share their ambition to think and work differently. This means sourcing those passionate individuals who ensure every relationship matters, are reliable, passionate and adaptable in their approach and can work progressively in a high performing, commercially minded environment. They are currently seeking a Purchase Ledger Administrator to join them on a fixed term contract basis. Within this role you will assist the Purchase Ledger & eBis Services Manager in the provision of an effective Accounts Payable and eBis Service ensuring invoices and purchase orders are processed within the required timescales and are correctly authorised. With a minimum of A-C Grade GCSE in Maths and English, or equivalent, the successful candidate will have the ability to perform administrative duties, collate information and input data. You will have a good understanding of purchase Ledger and have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Closing Date: 25th October 2018 Anticipated Interview Date: 6th November 2018 Previously interviewed applicants need not apply