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  • We are looking to recruit an HGV Class 1 Driver for our client in Liverpool please;

    Working for a reputable local company - 

    * Trunking

    * Containers

    * Up to date CPC, Digital Tachograph  & Dock Cards are a necessity.

    * A minimum of 6 months experience in similar roles please.

    Day rate: £17.00 per hour.

    Premium pay rate for night work.

    Immediate start.

    Thank you.

  • Role: Senior Transport Supervisor

    Location: Liverpool

    Salary: £30,000 - £32,000 per annum.

     

    You will be responsible for the planning of container logistics and produce the transport plan in line with customer orders and expectations.

    You will plan future transport operations and be responsible for overseeing rates, claims and stocks whilst dealing with the day to day tasks.

    You will also be needed to interact with drivers and subcontractors to plan and allocate the business and its future growth.

     

    Expectations:

    • HGV Class 1 licence, CPC & digital tachograph card.£
    • A minimum of 5 years transport operations experience
    • Strong organisational skills.
    • Good geographical knowledge.
    • A full understanding of tachograph, working time and driver hour's legislation.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Prioritise and work well under pressure
    • Numerical and analytical skills with the ability to interpret data/information.
    • Awareness of current employment and H&S legislation, policies and procedures.
    • Proactive, innovative and creative approach to problem solving.
    • A working knowledge of PC applications including Microsoft and Outlook.

    Please contact us for further details.

    Thank you.

    0151 665 0660.

     

     

  • Role: Transport Planner

    Location: Preston

    Salary: £26,000 per annum

    We are looking to recruit a Transport Planner with a wealth of experience in haulage methods & logistics.

     

    Duties:

    Liaising with drivers & suppliers to ensure efficient and cost-effective deliveries

    Producing driver paperwork and worksheets as required

    Pricing & quoting

    Planning and co-ordinating logistically.

    Inputting orders onto computer system and producing relevant paperwork

    Maintaining spreadsheets for reporting purposes

    Maintaining good working relationships with colleagues

    Proactive involvement with day to day planning and logistics

    Co-ordinating vehicle maintenance

     

     

    Expectations:

    Previous experience of route planning in general haulage or similar environment

    Experience with multi-drop

    Computer literate

    Work well under pressure

    Flexible approach to working hours

    Strong communication skills.

     

    Please contact us for further information on;

    0161 711 1710

    Thank you.

  • Role: Transport Manager

    Location: West Midlands

    Salary: £28,000 per annum

     

    Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Transport Manager will be responsible for effectively and continuously managing the transport activities on a daily basis, to ensure that all the workers are operating safely and compliantly.

     

    3 years Fleet Management experience a neccessity.

    Transport Managers Qualification.

    The ability to supervise, coordinate and direct staff.

    To communicate effectively, both written and orally.

    Must hold a clean driving licence.

    Experience of driving large vehicles of 3.5 tonne is preferred.

    A good understanding of vehicle mechanics and defect rectification is essential.

    To maintain effective working relationships with the subordinate employees.

    Benefits:

    Free onsite parking

    Company laptop & mobile phone.

     

     

    Thank you.

    247@hireaperson.com

    0121 271 0727

  • Role: Transport Manager

    Location: Leicester

    Salary: £32,000 per annum

     

    Role:

    Full responsibility for the national transport operations. Setting the standards for the team and working towards continuous improvement.
     
    Have control of all overhead budgets for each operating centre including resources, fleet, and other overhead costs to maximise profitability in line with the Annual Operating Profits targets.
     
    A key element of the role will be focused on innovation and skill at bringing winning solutions, along with the ability to challenge and consistently drive new improvement replicating best practise across all sites.
     
    Expectations:
     

    Minimum of 5 years + Transport/Fleet/Vehicle compliance experience

    Have experience of working in a fast-paced sector -3PL/FMCG/Food

    Knowledge of the HSE applicable legislation & development affecting the industry including CDM, LOLER, PUWER, Working at Height, Risk Assessment, Safe Systems of Work, COSHH, Workplace Transport etc.

    Be CPC National/International Qualified

    Continuous Improvement mindset

    Proven track record of process improvement in Cost, OTIF and Driver Engagement

    Flexible around a 24/7 operation.

     

    Please contact us for more details on 0121 271 0727

    Thank you.

     
  • Role: Transport Manager

    Location: Birmingham.

    Salary: £40,000 per annum. Plus benefits.

     

    An experienced Transport Manager is needed to oversee a busy and challenging department. This is very much a hands-on role, in which you will provide vital support to the business, working closely with other departments to ensure we provide highly accurate, on-time deliveries to our customers. Managing 20 plus heavy good vehicles delivering to hotels across the Midland area.

    The ideal candidate will have a manufacturing or logistics background and be an experienced manager of a high performing team.

     

    • To take overall responsibility for the organisation of the Transport and Loading departments and provide strategic advice and planning support to the departments;
    • To be responsible for managing all drivers, scheduling of rotas, rest days and so on;
    • To manage recruitment and selection of drivers in conjunction with the HR Department;
    • To ensure the Company complies fully with all Ministry of Transport and VOSA legislation and requirements;
    • Evaluate and review daily route scheduling and ensure efficiency in designated routes;
    • Ensure safe systems of working for all staff under your responsibility including provision of all manual handling and other training activities;
    • Work within monthly financial budget constraints;
    • Monitor and manage individual staff performance and provide coaching and training as well as deal effectively with any performance or disciplinary matters in conjunction with the HR team
    • be prepared to be flexible with hours worked as we operate 24/7

     

    Contact us on 0121 271 0727.

    Thank you.

    info@hireaperson.com

  • Location: Flexibility

    Salary: £52,000 - £70,000 DOE

    Benefits: car allowance, performance related bonus & extras.

    Working Pattern: Permanent | Full Time | Flexible working options available

    Role:

    Reporting to the Offshore Engineering Manager.

    Responsible for the provision of Transport and Installation Engineering expertise to the SSER portfolio of Offshore Wind Projects.

    Supporting Projects throughout the life cycle of development and delivery, you'll be accountable for coordinating a team of Engineers and Senior Engineers, including Staff and Contractors, ensuring that the appropriate resource and competence is provided to the Projects and that adequate engineering supervision and governance is applied for all offshore construction and installation activities.

    A large part of this role will involve the day to day line management and supervision of a team of engineers, managing their assignments, performance, delivery, welfare and wellbeing. This will also include setting clear goals and supporting the development of others and the department collectively.

    Working with a  team to establish consistent standards for the T&I work and drive a process orientated approach to support projects with all Transportation, Installation and offshore construction activities.

    As a key member of the Offshore Engineering Management team you'll also be required to support departmental management activities and develop and implement the business unit strategy in-line with the SSE Renewables objectives.

    Expectations:

    - Leading and inspiring a team to provide new or innovative solutions to extract maximum value from SSE Renewable's offshore portfolio and motivate others to deliver high quality specialist work.

    - Setting a strong safety culture across the team, leading by example, and establishing a team who are highly engaged with applying safety standards and pursuing improvements.

    - Naval Architecture or Offshore Engineering, preferably chartered with RINA or IMarEST, with knowledge of key installation construction considerations effecting structural design including load-out, sea transportation, offshore construction techniques and installation operations.

    - Organising team resources across business priorities without impacting agreed timescales and quality. Communicating across both Renewables Engineering and wider business customers and stakeholders.

    - Approval of T&I Engineering design deliverables and assurance requirements under LCP Governance across the Offshore Wind Portfolio which could result in a multi £million business impact if incorrect.

    - Decision making across the Offshore Wind Portfolio to ensure the best techno-economic solution is achieved within appropriate risk tolerances.

     

    Please contact us for further details.

  •  

    Role: Night Transport Clerk 

    Location: 

     
     
    Looking for an experienced transport clerk.
     
    The role will be working the night shift from 22:00hrs to 06:00hrs through the week.

     

    Expectations:

    • Have at least 2 years Transport clerk experience
    • Experience with route planning 
    • Excellent geographical knowledge 
    • Experience in debriefing drivers
    • Experience in using Microlise
    • Excellent Telephone Manner
    • Computer literate
    • Strong Communication Skills

     

    For further details please contact us on;

    0141 442 0842

    247@hireaperson.com

  • Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Salary: £15,000-£20,000 per annum

    Role: Human Resource Specialist

    The Army is more than just combat.

    As part of the Adjutant Generals Corps an Army HR job is like no other HR job.

    As a HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you£ll be a soldier, you£ll be fully trained in HR. You£ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles £" Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They£re recognised outside the Army so they£re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it£s exciting as well as rewarding.

    WORLD-CLASS TRAINING

    You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a soldier - this will cover everything from fieldcraft to how to handle a rifle.

    You then get specialist training at Worthy Down, Winchester to learn about military personnel and financial administration. You£re trained to use our information systems and will also get your Category B Driving licence (car). Later in your career, you can take recognised qualifications in Business Management and HR. These include apprenticeships and degrees.

    GAIN QUALIFICATIONS

    Gain a range of qualifications:

    • Level 2 Certificate for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Level 3 Diploma for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Business Administration Apprenticeship £" Level 2 or 3 including Functional Skills in Maths, English and IT.
    • Training is accredited by the Defence Awarding Organisation, Institute of Leadership and Management and Chartered Management Institute, ranging from Levels 4 to 7.
    • Personal development opportunity to undertake a foundation degree in HR Practice.
    • Opportunity to apply for accountancy training after qualifying period and selection.
    • Cat B Driving Licence.

    Become a HR Specialist:

    • Earn a starting salary of around £15,000 per annum during Basic Training which will rise to £20,000 after completing 26 weeks£ training or after completing your Initial Trade Training, if less than 26 weeks
    • Receive subsidised accommodation and facilities, increasing your disposable income
    • Receive free medical and dental health cover
    • Have the continuous access promotional opportunity and to continually progress your career
    • Be sponsored to earn valuable civilian-recognised qualifications
    • Take part in Adventurous Training and be able to play your favourite sports.

     

    You should be:

    • Regular Army age: 16 £" 35 years
    • Army Reserve age: 18 £" 49 years

    Qualifications:

    GCSE Grade A£"D/9-3 in at least English Language and Maths. 

    Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will be considered.

    Fitness requirements:

    • Mid-Thigh Pull 50kg
    • Medicine Ball Throw 2.7m
    • 2km run 12m (11m for Junior Entry)

    Suitable interests:

    • Decision making & responsibility
    • Outdoor activities
    • Working outside
    • Technology£

    Please contact us for further details on 0141 442 0842 for further details.

     

     

    247@hireaperson.com

     

    Thank you.

  • Location: East Midlands

    Salary: £15,000-£20,000 per annum

    Role: Human Resource Specialist

    The Army is more than just combat

    As part of the Adjutant Generals Corps an Army HR job is like no other HR job.

    As a HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you£ll be a soldier, you£ll be fully trained in HR. You£ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles £" Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They£re recognised outside the Army so they£re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it£s exciting as well as rewarding.

    WORLD-CLASS TRAINING

    You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a soldier - this will cover everything from fieldcraft to how to handle a rifle.

    You then get specialist training at Worthy Down, Winchester to learn about military personnel and financial administration. You£re trained to use our information systems and will also get your Category B Driving licence (car). Later in your career, you can take recognised qualifications in Business Management and HR. These include apprenticeships and degrees.

    GAIN QUALIFICATIONS

    Gain a range of qualifications:

    • Level 2 Certificate for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Level 3 Diploma for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Business Administration Apprenticeship £" Level 2 or 3 including Functional Skills in Maths, English and IT.
    • Training is accredited by the Defence Awarding Organisation, Institute of Leadership and Management and Chartered Management Institute, ranging from Levels 4 to 7.
    • Personal development opportunity to undertake a foundation degree in HR Practice.
    • Opportunity to apply for accountancy training after qualifying period and selection.
    • Cat B Driving Licence.

    Become a HR Specialist:

    • Earn a starting salary of around £15,000 per annum during Basic Training which will rise to £20,000 after completing 26 weeks£ training or after completing your Initial Trade Training, if less than 26 weeks
    • Receive subsidised accommodation and facilities, increasing your disposable income
    • Receive free medical and dental health cover
    • Have the continuous access promotional opportunity and to continually progress your career
    • Be sponsored to earn valuable civilian-recognised qualifications
    • Take part in Adventurous Training and be able to play your favourite sports.

     

    You should be:

    • Regular Army age: 16 £" 35 years
    • Army Reserve age: 18 £" 49 years

    Qualifications:

    GCSE Grade A£"D/9-3 in at least English Language and Maths. 

    Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will be considered.

    Fitness requirements:

    • Mid-Thigh Pull 50kg
    • Medicine Ball Throw 2.7m
    • 2km run 12m (11m for Junior Entry)

    Suitable interests:

    • Decision making & responsibility
    • Outdoor activities
    • Working outside
    • Technology

    £

    Please contact us for further details on 0121 271 0727  for further details.

     

    info@hireaperson.com

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