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Jessica Williams

Client Success Leader
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Degree and CIPD qualified with more than six years’ recruitment industry experience, Jessica is passionate about delivering the highest quality of service, working on variety of vacancies from administrative support through to senior management appointments.

With an excellent track record of service for both candidates and clients, Jessica focuses on delivering both permanent and contract recruitment solutions to the automotive, motorsport, off highway and truck & bus sectors.  She specialises in non-engineering and commercial roles within technical companies.

Having started her recruitment career initially focusing on HR related appointments, Jessica now successfully covers a range of support roles within the transportation sectors including, human resources, commercial & sales, purchasing & supply chain, materials planning & logistics and administration & office support.

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Principal Rural Energy Project Officer

Principal Rural Energy Project Officer 2 year FTC Based in Nottingham Paying up to £32,878 An Principal Rural Energy Project Officer is required by Nottingham City Council to effectively manage their rural community energy fund. This role will be to report directly to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and will be situated within the Energy Services division. You will undertake engaging with rural community groups, supporting them to successfully access the Fund As an Principal Rural Energy Project Officer your duties and responsibilities will include: Manage the day-to-day operation of the Midlands Rural Community Energy Fund Form a key part of the regional energy projects team, with responsibility for community energy project development across the Midlands. Manage the financial aspect of the existing Rural Community Energy Fund Ensuring Community Groups manage their grant funding spend appropriately Develop additional energy project funds, where appropriate, and develop and maintain energy generation projects Agreeing grants / loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position Carry out energy project assessments Identify energy project potential within the Midlands Manage energy projects through to completion As an Principal Rural Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: A background working on energy project or similar, ideally with local communities An appreciation for financials and budgets is essential The ideal applicant will have strong stakeholder management abilities Candidates with an interest in the application and development of new technologies would be of interest Strong analytical skills would be beneficial *The role will involve, on occasion working outside of normal working hours and travel across the East and West Midlands.* Deadline - 4th June

Permanent / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Energy Projects Assessor

Energy Projects Assessor Permanent Based in Nottingham Paying up to £25,295 An Energy Projects Assessor is required by Nottingham City Council to effectively deliver their energy generation projects and energy efficiency targets. This role will be to assist in the delivery of energy surveys/option modelling and assist in coordinating energy efficiency works that will help to reduce energy consumption, cost and carbon emissions both internally and commercially. You will undertake Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) surveys and option modelling ensuring it is delivered on schedule, to budget and to achieve the outcomes required As an Energy Projects Assessor your duties and responsibilities will include: Undertake Energy Audits of internal sites and external customers as required to support a wide range of activities, ensuring they are delivered on schedule, to budget and to achieve the outcomes required Assist in the development of ESOS Phase 2 and related regulatory compliance services the team offers to commercial clients Proactively manage workload, anticipate problems before they happen, suggest ways to reach project goals under constantly changing circumstances and report them to the Energy Projects Service Manager Provide assistance to project managers in managing day to day project operations and communications with tenants and building managers Assist in the assigning of, monitoring and workflow of tasks; setting daily and weekly work targets To support effective communication throughout the projects, working closely with colleagues and partners ensuring that projects are on course for completion Escalate major project discrepancies (risk, cost, time etc) to the Energy Projects Service Manager on a timely basis and advise on corrective actions Assist in project reviews and quality assurance procedures Support the Energy Projects Manager in identifying any discrepancies in legal, statutory and other relevant provisions governing or affecting allocated projects As an Energy Projects Assessor you will require the following skills and experiences: Ability to provide technical advice and recommendations for EPC regulation compliance. Practical experience of energy auditing in a wide range of customers. Experience in the application of Project Management practical techniques to enable monitoring and control of individual programmes and projects. Awareness of the legislation surrounding the energy sector. Energy/environmental degree or equivalent (e.g. ESOS Lead Assessor, Domestic/Commercial EPC Assessor, DEC Assessor etc.).

Permanent / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Solar Energy Projects Officer

Solar Energy Projects Officer Nottingham Permanent £24,657 Graduates will be considered An experienced Solar Energy Project Officer who has worked on energy projects is required on a permanent basis for a local authority that specialises in delivering energy efficiency targets in Nottingham. Key responsibilities will include: Ensuring that projects are delivered on schedule, to budget and achieve outcomes Assist with communication Producing reports Managing budgets, time-lines and risks on projects Provide technical support where required in relation to renewable technology Assist with business case viability Assist in site visits and look at project risks Analyse and report on renewable energy assets You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: A degree qualification in a relevant area, ideally environmental, renewable energy or design but other relevant areas will be considered Experience of working in an energy projects function or similar, graduates with relevant degrees and aptitude will be considered Strong analytic and reporting skills Strong stakeholder management Excellent IT abilities including Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Permanent / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Software Developer

Software Developer Nottingham Permanent £25,295 An experienced Software Developer who has worked on energy projects is required on a permanent basis for a local authority that specialises in carbon reduction in Nottingham. Key responsibilities will include: Ongoing revisions and new development of the system Integrating new software, documenting rules and methods of integration Developing solutions and applications that support firmware Taking ownership of the source code to identify areas of weakness Responsible for creating solution proposals that meet the need of the service and taking responsibility for their development Assist with diagnostics and solutions to prevent/eradicate bugs Developing and building a range of web and mobile applications to serve a variety of needs using technology including but not limited toASP.NET MVC(C#), SQL, HTML, JavaScript/JQuery, CSS, SQL, JSON and XML Provide first and second line support including investigation and resolution of issues in relation to websites and applications You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: A degree qualification A background in software development Experience of C#, ASP, .NET, MVC and SQL Excellent stakeholder management Confident and able to present information to both internal and external stakeholders Excellent IT abilities including Excel, Word and PowerPoint Strong communication

Permanent / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Software Engineer - Asset Management

Software Engineer - Asset Management Sheffield Permanent Salary negotiable An experienced Software Engineer - Asset Management who has previously managed all stages of the software development life-cycle is required on a permanent basis for an international company that specialises in bespoke analytics software in Sheffield. Key responsibilities will include: Working on all stages of software and leading development projects Working across multiple projects Developing software to specifications, quality and deadline requirements Attending weekly and daily meetings You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: Educated to degree level within Data Science, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or other financial or numeric related field Experienced in the development of software Well versed with web development, database development Strong communication skills both written and verbal Able to work independently Knowledge of C#, SQL and Visual Studio This is a permanent position with a competitive market rate salary and excellent prospects for career progression. This role will be based at their head office in Sheffield, South Yorkshire however a willingness to travel nationally will be required on occasions.

Permanent / Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Consultant - Infrastructure Asset Management

Job Title: Consultant - Infrastructure Asset Management Location: Leamington Spa Permanent A Consultant for Infrastructure Asset Management is currently required for our client based in Royal Leamington Spa. Our client is a provider of software and services leading the way in data-driven infrastructure asset management and are providing a range of market leading software products backed up with a range of surveying and consultancy services which help their customers deliver a better service across their highways department. This role will be working closely with clients to help them optimise the performance of their assets given budgetary, political and economic constraints. You will be required to deliver quality advice, support, training and solutions tailored to each Client's local requirements. You will need to be an excellent communicator ideally with in-depth experience of highways infrastructure asset management and experience of ISO55000 would be viewed advantageously. As a Consultant your duties and responsibilities will include: Deliver on and off-site highway asset management consultancy to Clients Assist with the delivery of projects using PRINCE2 methodology ensuring they're delivered to specification, high quality and to deadlines Assist with tender opportunities attending clients as required Liaise regularly with Sales to ensure consultancy opportunities are maximised Assist Clients to implement Code of Practice and best practice guidance e.g. HMEP HIAMG/ISO55000/IAM Anatomy Provide asset management maturity assessment against best practice guidance Assist Highway Authorities to implement, review and develop Highway Infrastructure Asset Management Plans (HIAMP) Assist Clients in reviewing and developing highway management policy & strategies Work with Highway Authorities to implement robust financial management, valuations and reporting based on the guidance of the CIPFA Code of Practice on Transportation Infrastructure Assets Develop life-cycle plans and investment modelling options for maintenance plans This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career within an exciting and developing organisation that are technological leaders in the UK market and are entering an exciting phase of potential growth both within the UK and Internationally. In return, our client can offer a market competitive salary and an extensive benefits package to include a car allowance, private health cover, permanent health insurance, 25 days plus stats annual leave and life assurance. This role will be based at their head office in Royal Leamington Spa however a willingness to travel nationally will be required on occasions.

Permanent / Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
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