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We are organised around IT niches, an HR division, and an Engineering offering. Our services include permanent and contract recruitment across the developed world, managed locally through our offices and partnerships. Within our contract offering, we offer a range of value-add services for both employers and contractors.​

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Bid Coordinator

Leicestershire, England

Up to £25000 per annum + 25 days of holidays + Pension

What you will do The Bid Coordinator supports the sales community by obtaining, completing and responding to PQQs and Bid Opportunities enabling growth within the company. The role will be office based from Leicester and you will report to the Sales Enablement Executive. You will work as part of a bid team and across all business units including Fire and Security, HVAC and BMS. You will work with the Bid Administrator to manage the bid portals and to provide regular updates on projects in the pipeline. How you will do it The Bid Coordinator will work closely with the Account Manager for the provision of the quote/specification element of the bid ensuring they have followed the SOP process (full review). Ensure that all company collateral used for bid inclusion is available and current and complies with the necessary standards required by the marketplace. Liaise with marketing and account managers to ensure relevant documents and up-to-date case studies are available. Manage risk by advising and ensuring Account Managers follow company processes and procedures for review of terms and conditions and Insurances. You will work with the Bid Administrator to maintain a Bid Database, tracking exactly what opportunities are out in the marketplace, which bids we are/have responded to and what business we have won/lost. What we look for: Ideally you will have experience as a bid coordinator or bid writer in an engineering discipline. You will possess a sound knowledge of the bid process, knowledge of how to construct a bid response, and experience of responding to PQQ's and Bids. Any knowledge of the Public Sector and how it operates will be advantageous. Essentially you will have PC Literacy, including knowledge of Microsoft Office, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and strong organizational and time management skills

Contract UX Manag...

Berkshire, England

£300 - £500 per day + Many benefits

This is an excellent role that will appeal to candidates who wish to join and work within a rapidly expanding company The successful candidate will join the Product team and work close collaboration with development teams. Responsibilities will include - Research and understand user problems by developing and crafting user profiles, goal and task analysis, user scenarios, conceptual sketches, wireframes and prototypes. Working closely with users the successful candidate will be central to the development process and designing applications to work around needs. Working as part of the product team, you will collaborate with the development teams to prototype and deliver the finished screens, owning the solution from creation through to delivery. With your experience of UI development, you'll be able to define stylesheets, HTML templates and some interactive elements in Java/TypeScript. You'll be responsible for ensuring that UI and UX guidelines, patterns and practices are defined and followed throughout the development life cycle. Main Responsibilities *Reviewing workflows and interaction points *Creating visual designs for user journeys, produce rapid prototypes *Working with Product specialists to design User experiences that make life easier for the end user *Ensuring that UX guidelines are produced and followed *Creating working prototypes using HTML/CSS/JS *Assisting with UI development *When needed, run design sessions and workshops with the Product and project teams to solve your challenges *Create crowd sourced feedback for your user experiences and implement a system for user feedback to be incorporated into the design process Key Relationships *Product Managers *Product Owners *Development teams *QA Engineers Applicants will need to have., at least some of, the following skills to be considered *Experience of UX design in a commercial organisation *Interacting with end-users to determine requirements *Working in a team environment with developers *Some knowledge of UI development (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) *Experience and demonstrable knowledge of SaaS/Cloud systems *Angular, TypeScript, SASS *Graphic design skills using Photoshop, Illustrator etc. *Using JIRA or similar tools to manage work *Working in an agile environment Please send your CV, to me, Martin Warner, and I will get back to you as soon as possible

Head of Facilitie...

Manchester, Greater Manchester

£35000 - £60000.00 per annum + Many benefits

The successful applicant will lead facilities services provision across a large-scale, multi-building portfolio overseeing an in-house team of facilities services professionals and and external services professionals and outsourced facilities contracts. - Project managing property projects, including all aspects of fit out and 'fit for purpose'; bringing in substantial projects on time and within budget. KEY TASKS Strategic level leadership of the facilities services provision across a large-scale, multi-building portfolio including all new provision; Advising the Senior Leadership Team on all aspects of facilities provision Direct line management of regional facilities managers and overseeing the running of our in-house team of facilities services professionals; Oversight of all external services professionals and outsourced facilities contracts. Liaising with stakeholders, landlords, suppliers and contractors regarding building matters. Ensuring space is planned and optimised at all sites and that requirements across multiple teams/projects are effectively planned and managed; Project manage property projects Managing the budgets and reviewing on a yearly basis; assessing any monthly under/overspend, investigating and adjusting accordingly To be considered for this role you will need to have 5 years plus facilities management experience Strong leadership skills Ability to build partnerships Project management experience Strong motivator Client aware Strong attention to detail Able to prioritise etc Please send your CV to me, Martin Warner, and I will get back to you as soon as possible

Design Estimator

Manchester, Greater Manchester

£31300 - £46900 per annum + benefits,

What you will do As a Design Estimator in our UK Fire Suppression business you will be working in support of our Sprinkler Sales Consultants and Account Managers, acting as a technical expert in taking a client's brief and turning it into a high end deliverable project. You will typically be working on sprinkler packages ranging from £100k up to £5m in a variety of target markets including warehousing, industrial and commercial developments across the UK. How you will do it You will take on a project from identification and qualification of a new opportunity and work with the team to understand the scope, identify the best solution, develop a design, source supply chain costs, produce a specification and compile a high quality tender document. You will need to engage with the customer, influencers, suppliers and internal members of the JCI team throughout the tender process, creating a proposal that aligns with the bid strategy, is technically compliant, commercially competitive and has clear differentiation utilizing JCI's enterprise capability and solutions. What we look for [Required Qualifications - Education, Skills & Experience] *Minimum 3 years' experience in Sprinkler Design *HND/HNC level qualification in Engineering related subject (Or equivalent) [Preferred Qualifications - Education, Skills & Experience] *LPCB Certification - LPC Basic / Intermediate / Full Hydraulic Calculation Design Qualifications

Maintenance Engin...

Stockport, Greater Manchester

£24000 - £34000 per annum

Maintenance Engineer What you will do An exciting opportunity to work as a Maintenance Engineer at our manufacturing site in Stockport has become available. The goal is to roll out total productive maintenance across the site and assist the Engineering Manager in his daily duties. You will have the ability to assist in drive world class manufacturing and plant maintenance. How you will do it Assist in the daily operations of a busy machining and manufacturing site. Respond to maintenance, breakdowns and project work. Ability to create asset care plans and TPM schedules based on equipment knowledge. Working closely with the Engineering Manager, Production manager, Quality manager, process engineers, maintenance engineers and production ops. By communicating at all levels, electronically and verbally. What we look for [Required Qualifications - Education, Skills & Experience] - Qualification in Mechanical Engineering - Full exposure to maintenance, breakdowns, repairs and mechanical engineering - Driven, confident and have a CAN DO attitude [Preferred Qualifications - Education, Skills & Experience] - Experience of CMMS (computerized maintenance management systems -Shires / Maximo) - AutoCAD would be advantageous but not essential. - Minimum HNC /HND and fully apprenticeship trained with a minimum of 5 years on the job experience. Who we are At Johnson Controls, we're shaping the future to create a world that's safe, comfortable and sustainable. Our global team creates innovative, integrated solutions to make cities more connected, buildings more intelligent and vehicles more efficient. We are passionate about improving the way the world lives, works and plays. The future requires bold ideas, an entrepreneurial mind-set and collaboration across boundaries. You need a career focused on tomorrow. Tomorrow needs you.