General Laboratory Operative

GENERAL LAB OPERATIVE (Temp)

Immediate Start – 4 months +

POCKLINGTON

Not suitable for students

£12.00 p.h. + 15% (for hours worked between 06:00 and 18:00)

Mon – Fri 08:30 – 16:30

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY 

We have vacancies for General Operatives to join the friendly team of our well-established and well-known client, working in the Laboratory Reception area (which is similar to working in a sorting office!!), handling soil samples. Full training will be given to enthusiastic operatives and those willing to learn. This is a fairly manual role and Lab Assistants are on their feet most of the day, predominantly dealing with soil samples, there are some physical aspects to the job.  The job is open to all enthusiastic applicants who enjoy working in a fun environment and are available for a long term assignment .

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES – General Lab Assistant: 


Reporting directly to the Laboratory Manager, the purpose of the role will be to effectively and safely work in our sample reception area undertaking the following duties:


  • Opening of samples received and checking samples against paperwork
  • Performing preliminary sample preparation procedures e.g. transfer of samples to drying equipment and milling of samples.


PERSONAL SPECIFICATION – General Assistant:


We are looking for a highly motivated General Assistant who can demonstrate initiative and attention to detail within a quality controlled environment in addition to:


  • GCSE level English and Maths or equivalent
  • Good numeracy and writing skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Laboratory experience is not essential

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Director of Strategy and Place

DIRECTOR OF STRATEGY AND PLACE

LINCOLN – FLEXIBLE WORKING

£45K – £55K

The Director of Strategy and Place is an exciting new role in the leadership team of this ambitious charity. As a collaborative leader you will be responsible for building and mobilising a movement that delivers the countywide ‘Let’s Move Lincolnshire’ physical activity strategy, designing our place-based approach to working and creating a framework and building our capabilities for a new data, insight, monitoring, evaluation and learning function. 

You may come from a L&D background, utilising data and insight to drive meaningful strategic outcomes.

The Director of Strategy and Place will work closely with the CEO, Development Director and Director of Business Operations and Engagement, within an agile team and have direct leadership responsibilities for a small and skilled team. 

We operate an inclusive, equitable and transparent recruitment and assessment process, underpinned by an organisational commitment to equality and diversity. We actively encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds who can bring an array of skills and experience to our organisation. We’re committed to making sure every applicant is assessed solely on merit and relevant experience to do the job. 

A FULL APPLICATION PACK WILL BE SENT UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR INITIAL APPLICATION FOR COMPLETION BY SUNDAY 23RD JUNE.  INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD W.C. 1ST JULY.

Personal Specification Director of Strategy and Place:

  • Implementing organisational and systems change, including driving forward a strategy at a senior level
  • Place-based change that is designed with stakeholders and communities at the heart.
  • Strong influence and advocacy skills and the ability to convene, engage and gain the support of others
  • Commission, interrogating and using research, data, insight and evidence to inform and shape priorities
  • Developing and embedding monitoring and evaluation methodology including social return on investment
  • Building trusted and collaborative long-term relationships
  • Leading agile teams working across multiple programmes with effective people and project and budget management within co-funded projects
  • Strategic thinking and delivering on complex and multi stakeholder strategies  
  • Producing written material for multi stakeholder audiences at local and county level
  • Building and inspiring a team and an organisation culture that creates a brilliant place to work, enabling professional and personal development
  • Developing creative and innovative behaviour change solutions to meet local need, grounded in evidence
  • Working with projects and programmes that have a level of uncertainty and are emergent in their approach
  • A commitment to equality and diversity in working practices, with the ability to embed this across all aspects of work
  • Experience of identifying, securing and seeking opportunities for funding
  • Knowledge of Lincolnshire people, places and stakeholders is desirable

Key Responsibilities Director of Strategy and Place:

  • Be the strategic and development lead for our place-based approach to working including taking a key role in securing place based investment
  • Lead the Let’s Move Lincolnshire taskforce and associated delivery plans and stakeholder groups
  • Connect and enable system partners to impact change in physical activity levels and access
  • Develop and lead the organisations approach to commissioning, connecting, understanding and sharing insight, data and evidence around activity and inactivity levels and wider determinants to provide a strategic approach to identifying need  
  • Ensuring insight, data and evidence is effectively communicated and shared internally and externally and used to inform strategic decisions, funding bids
  • Lead the strategy and insight team, supporting high performance, learning and development, building the capacity and capabilities of the team and supporting personal development
  • Be clear about intended outcomes and impact of the work, and monitor and evaluate progress including reporting to Board and funding bodies
  • Capture and share learnings from the work to help us improve and to support partners  
  • Ensure tackling inequalities is embedded throughout the work of the organisation, using insight and lived experience to increase impact and understanding of the inequalities agenda and removing barriers to participation
  • Collaborate and co-create with many partners and partnerships across the system (local, regional and national) championing and advocating for physical activity
  • Develop a robust approach to ensuring people with lived experience are an integral part of the design and delivery of our work and that of the wider sector
  • Contribute to the organisations’ compliance with the Code for Sport Governance, ensuring we embed our commitments to diversity and inclusion, the environment and the welfare of people into our decisions and our work
  • Drive high performance as part of the leadership team, identifying risks and opportunities and ensuring programmes are delivered on time and on budget.
  • Represent Active Lincolnshire at events, in meetings and through communications, briefings, presentations and advocacy


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Electrical/Instrument Technician

ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN

WILTON, TEESSIDE

£Excellent + Generous benefits

We are seeking a qualified and hands-on Electrical/Instrumentation Technician to become a key member of one of the largest industrial gas producers in the world. This exciting opportunity involves maintaining the Wilton CO2 liquefaction and Teesside liquid storage terminal, with additional responsibilities supporting operations across Northern UK. Ideal candidates will have experience in the industrial gas sector, particularly with liquid CO2. This role not only offers the chance to work with cutting-edge technology but also to be part of a company that genuinely values and invests in its employees. If you are an experienced professional looking to grow your career in a supportive and innovative environment, we want to hear from you!

Key Responsibilities – Electrical/Instrument Technician:

  • Hands on role supporting the Operations department in the planning & execution of routine and breakdown maintenance of instrumentation at our production facilities. 
  • Assist in the continuous improvement of plant operations.
  • Availability for plant breakdown call outs
  • Provide technical support to all departments, customer base and third-party suppliers when required.
  • Assist with installation and commissioning of COInstallations if necessary.
  • Calibration and repair of site instrumentation
  • Assist with the pre delivery inspections and back-feed assessments of COcustomers.
  • Specify and evaluate suppliers and equipment.
  • Assist in the control of site maintenance expenditure in accordance with the company’s purchasing procedures.
  • Maintain all relevant documentation relating to site maintenance work, including the development and update of the plant maintenance procedures.
  • Work in accordance with Company Health, Safety & Quality Policy, safety principles and relevant health and safety legislation

Person Specification:

  • Qualified to NVQ level 3 or equivalent in electrical/instrument craft studies.
  • Relevant maintenance experience in an operational environment
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of safe systems of work with sound engineering practices.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current UK and European engineering and pressure systems standards and Health & Safety legislation
  • Computer literate with experience of maintenance systems and Microsoft Office applications.
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Valid driving licence


Company benefits include – 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), Bonus Scheme, Private Medical Insurance, Life Assurance, Contributory Pension Scheme, Gym membership, Cycle to work scheme, Charity Work Days, EAP scheme.

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Production Operatives

PRODUCTION OPERATIVE

Trainee Cheese Maker (no experience necessary!)

Alford, Lincolnshire

£12.00 – £13.00 per hour plus overtime (1.5X)

3 or 4 x 10 hour days

Are you a general production operative seeking an interesting role, in a lovely work environment, where you can feel passionate about the product and take great pride in what you are producing?

If you have previously worked in  butchery, bakery, catering or food production you will understand and not be afraid of the physical aspects of the role.  You will be rewarded by being involved in an environment where everyone feels involved and part of a friendly family business.

As an Assistant Cheese Maker, after full training,  you will assist in the production of one of Lincolnshire’s finest and best loved cheeses under the guidance of seasoned artisans.  You’ll get hands-on experience in every aspect of the cheese-making process.

Personal Specification – Assistant Cheese Maker

Along with a positive “can-do” attitude and a flexible approach you will also need the following:

  • Physically fit and strong.
  • Strong attention to detail and a commitment to excellence.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills.
  • Friendly, out-going personality with the ability to engage with customers at farmers markets.

Key Responsibilities – Assistant Cheese Maker:

  • Assist in the cheese-making process from start to finish.
  • Cleaning of machinery and equipment etc ensuring high levels of cleanliness and hygiene at all times
  • Maintain strict quality control standards to ensure that every batch meets our high expectations.
  • Attend farmers markets selling cheese, butter and milk from the farm.
  • This is a physical job that requires manual handling of heavy ingredients and cheeses throughout the manufacturing process.
  • Help in the packing area intermittently.


Routine is typically 4 days per week (roughly 40 hours) although there is the option to work 3 days per week, with overtime at x1.5. Flexibility will be required as the rota varies and some weekend work will be required (typically 3 days/month).

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Collection Driver

COLLECTION DRIVER

(Temporary)

BEDFORDSHIRE

Would suit retired or semi-retired driver looking for summer work

£12.00 per hour (Vehicle and mobile phone supplied + fuel float)

Start mid- July to Sept/October

Really nice role for an experienced driver who is available to work for our client during the harvest season. The position entails the collection of samples from farms throughout the region and forwarding them on for sampling to the company laboratory. The role would suit a semi-retired person or someone looking for a role just for the summer months who enjoys driving around the country and meeting farmers. 

Key responsibilities Collection Driver:

  • To join on-line induction and health & safety training sessions ahead of commencement of fulfilling duties.
  • Work with the Farm Relations Manager and team to follow requests to collect pre-drawn samples from farm from an agreed collection point.   (There will be NO requirement for any samples to be taken by the collection driver).
  • Ensure information recorded on the sample bag matches that of the testing request.
  • Package samples and deliver to an agreed courier depot, or Hemswell laboratory depending upon harvest collection driver location.
  • Drive a company provided vehicle safely in accordance with the law.  To ensure that the vehicle has weekly oil/water checks and is washed. 
  • Submit hours worked and mileage travelled weekly via provided mobile handset.

Personal specification for Collection Driver: 

  • Email address vital for daily instructions
  • Must have held a full UK driving licence for a minimum of 3 years and have no more than 3 penalty points on your licence. 
  • Reliable, self-motivated and hard working
  • Good communication and IT skills


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HR Business Partner

HR BUSINESS PARTNER(S)

LINCOLNSHIRE

GRIMSBY / SKEGNESS

Hybrid Working

£Excellent + Excellent Benefits

Are you an experienced HR Business Partner passionate about fostering excellence in education and empowering individuals to reach their full potential?

The dynamic team at one of England’s foremost producers of further and higher education are seeking a HR Business Partner/People Partner to collaborate closely with managers, offering expert guidance and support across all facets of people management.  Your dedication as a HR Business Partner/HR Generalist will ensure the delivery of a proactive, efficient, effective service, aligned with their vision of enriching lives through exceptional education, fostering community collaboration and creating abundant employment opportunities.

Personal specification HR Business / People Partner:

  • Degree and/or professional qualification of equivalent experience
  • Qualified to CIPD Level 5
  • Knowledge of current employment law, upcoming changes and case law
  • Generalist knowledge of HR processes and procedures
  • Understanding and appreciation of safeguarding
  • A strong background in generalist HR/Employee Relations
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Key responsibilities HR Business Partner / HR Generalist?

  • Representing people and culture team, attending team and individual meetings
  • Support, guide and advise managers on people management issues, employee life cycle and employee relations
  • Contribute to the development, consultation and implementation of People and Culture policies, procedures and processes
  • Support managers with all personnel related issues
  • Advise Managers on vacancies, adverts and recruitment campaigns
  • Assist with onboarding and induction process as required
  • Contribute to relevant KPI’s and targets, analysing data, writing reports and presenting as required
  • Compile management information including establishment lists, sickness absence and mandatory training reports, liaising with payroll/finance
  • Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others in the workplace

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HR Business Partner

HR BUSINESS PARTNER

BRIDLINGTON, YORKSHIRE

Hybrid Working

£Excellent + Excellent Benefits

Are you an experienced HR Business Partner passionate about fostering excellence in education and empowering individuals to reach their full potential?

The dynamic team at one of England’s foremost producers of further and higher education are seeking a HR Business Partner/People Partner to collaborate closely with managers, offering expert guidance and support across all facets of people management.  Your dedication as a HR Business Partner/HR Generalist will ensure the delivery of a proactive, efficient, effective service, aligned with their vision of enriching lives through exceptional education, fostering community collaboration and creating abundant employment opportunities.

Personal specification HR Business / People Partner:

  • Degree and/or professional qualification of equivalent experience
  • Qualified to CIPD Level 5
  • Knowledge of current employment law, upcoming changes and case law
  • Generalist knowledge of HR processes and procedures
  • Understanding and appreciation of safeguarding
  • A strong background in generalist HR/Employee Relations
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Key responsibilities HR Business Partner / HR Generalist?

  • Representing people and culture team, attending team and individual meetings
  • Support, guide and advise managers on people management issues, employee life cycle and employee relations
  • Contribute to the development, consultation and implementation of People and Culture policies, procedures and processes
  • Support managers with all personnel related issues
  • Advise Managers on vacancies, adverts and recruitment campaigns
  • Assist with onboarding and induction process as required
  • Contribute to relevant KPI’s and targets, analysing data, writing reports and presenting as required
  • Compile management information including establishment lists, sickness absence and mandatory training reports, liaising with payroll/finance
  • Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others in the workplace

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HR Business Partner/HR Generalist

HR BUSINESS PARTNER

SKEGNESS, LINCOLNSHIRE

Hybrid Role

£Excellent + Excellent Benefits

Are you an experienced HR Business Partner passionate about fostering excellence in education and empowering individuals to reach their full potential?

The dynamic team at one of England’s foremost producers of further and higher education are seeking a HR Business Partner/People Partner to collaborate closely with managers, offering expert guidance and support across all facets of people management.  Your dedication as a HR Business Partner/HR Generalist will ensure the delivery of a proactive, efficient, effective service, aligned with their vision of enriching lives through exceptional education, fostering community collaboration and creating abundant employment opportunities.

Personal specification HR Business / People Partner:

  • Degree and/or professional qualification of equivalent experience
  • Qualified to CIPD Level 5
  • Knowledge of current employment law, upcoming changes and case law
  • Generalist knowledge of HR processes and procedures
  • Understanding and appreciation of safeguarding
  • A strong background in generalist HR/Employee Relations
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Key responsibilities HR Business Partner / HR Generalist?

  • Representing people and culture team, attending team and individual meetings
  • Support, guide and advise managers on people management issues, employee life cycle and employee relations
  • Contribute to the development, consultation and implementation of People and Culture policies, procedures and processes
  • Support managers with all personnel related issues
  • Advise Managers on vacancies, adverts and recruitment campaigns
  • Assist with onboarding and induction process as required
  • Contribute to relevant KPI’s and targets, analysing data, writing reports and presenting as required
  • Compile management information including establishment lists, sickness absence and mandatory training reports, liaising with payroll/finance
  • Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others in the workplace

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Head of People and Talent

HEAD OF PEOPLE AND TALENT

GRIMSBY

£47,745 per annum

37 hours per week

Location: The Grimsby Institute with travel across all TEC Partnership Sites

About the role

The Head of People & Talent plays a key role in leading and developing a team dedicated to talent acquisition, specialist recruitment, andday to day operations for all stages of the employee life cycle. This role will ensure the effective management and maintenance of people systems and processes while also embedding proficient processes and improving employee engagement within the People and Culture team. 

About the person

The ideal candidate will possess Level 5 CIPD with experience in leading and coaching the People and Talent Team to create new initiatives and develop new ways of working in a culture of continuous improvement. You will need to demonstrate knowledge of current employment law, process improvement and recruitment and retention initiatives. 

What we offer

In return for your skills and experience, we can offer you access to a wide range of Group benefits, such as. 

  • Pension Membership 
  • 30 Days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays 
  • Christmas Closure Days 
  • Occupational sick pay scheme (higher than statute) * 
  • Occupational Maternity/Adoption pay (higher than statute) * 
  • Life Assurance Scheme and Death Grant 
  • 24-hour Employee Helpline – Free and confidential 
  • Cycle to Work 
  • Saving Schemes 
  • Westfield Health Medical Cash Plan – monthly payments 
  • UNUM Dental Cash Plan – monthly payments 
  • Staff discounts on campus e.g., Hair & Beauty/ Bakery/ Gym etc 


The closing date for this advert is 2nd June 2024


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Temporary Machine Operator

MACHINE OPERATORS

HORNCASTLE

TEMPORARY CONTRACT (2-3 Months)

£14.99 p.h.

CONTINENTAL SHIFTS, 2 DAYS – 2 NIGHTS – 4 OFF

Are you a Machine Operator, Factory Operator, Production Operative looking for a temporary role with a great company where full training will be provided?

Working as part of a manufacturing team you will be responsible for the safe running of extrusion, injection moulding and polymer processing machines.  A FLT Licence would also by useful. This is a fantastic opportunity for Production Operators to join a friendly team within this growing company.  

Previous factory experience is useful but equally important is your enthusiasm and ability to contribute to the team. Full PPE provided, together with on-going training.

Personal specification for Machine Operators:

  • Good attention to detail
  • Good timekeeping
  • A good standard of written and oral English
  • Proven ability to work well within an established team
  • Flexible approach to busy workload
  • C Grade in Maths and English Language GCSE or equivalent desirable

Key responsibilities for Machine Operators:

  • At all times work in a manner that ensures the safety of you and all others in the work area.
  • At all times use the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the tasks you are carrying out.
  • Ensure that the product you are producing complies fully with the specification sheet and that it is fit for purpose.
  • Complete initial quality and production check on your line and complete the necessary paperwork for these.
  • Ensure your machine area is clean and tidy all shift, especially on hand over. 
  • Fill in all relevant paperwork correctly and completely, this includes quality, IFS and production sheets.
  • Always get permission from your Supervisor before leaving your machine.
  • Report any breakdowns to your Supervisor.
  • Assist with grinding scrap product and rework as directed by your Supervisor.
  • Ensure all quality samples are labelled correctly and taken to the lab.
  • Ensure all quality paperwork is placed in the tray in the lab.
  • Start and stop lines safely, completing all required checks.

If you live in or, Horncastle, Woodhall Spa, Bardney, Wragby, Partney, Raithby, Spilsby, Coningsby, Billinghay, Revesby, East Kirkby, Stickney, Alford, Louth, Market Rasen, Lincoln, North Hykeham this will be commutable.

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