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About REED Southend-on-Sea
At REED Southend-on-Sea we cover the following sectors:
A wide variety of non- and part-qualified positions, including PQ accountants, finance managers, payroll managers, credit managers & controllers, and accounts assistants.
All manner of business support roles, including administration, customer services, contact centre, and management, as well as entry-level roles in fields such as sales and marketing.
All manufacturing and engineering jobs, including design, manufacturing and post-production service/maintenance, across a range of industries.
Qualified and non-qualified HR roles across the whole spectrum in both generalist and specialist HR markets, ranging from assistant to director.
Management roles for those looking to take the next step or gain a first management job, spanning sectors including sales, procurement, marketing and the rest of our industry sectors.
Procurement & Supply Chain
Roles from assistant to director, including bid & tender, category, contract & supply, commercial, eProcurement, logistics, and all procurement, purchasing & supply chain jobs.
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Acting on behalf of the company with a range of duties and working within the company guidelines to represent in a professional and corporate way.
Working as part of a small team delivering the reactive management of a large and varied portfolio of residential blocks located across the UK.
Acting as team leader to 2 existing portfolio managers providing them with guidance and assistance on daily tasks.
The ongoing review of the wider portfolio to highlight, oversee and manage projects that ensure the group are maximising income potential from existing assets.
Dealing with queries both internally and from external sources on a day to day basis by phone, email and letter.
Reporting to senior management on potential liabilities, additional income projects and overall management of the portfolio.
Ongoing performance monitoring of external managing agents through KPI reports; addressing issues and highlighting these to senior management.
Responsible for progression of department and monitoring income levels to ensure targets are being met.
Reviewing leases, legislation and land registry documents for guidance on legal matters and repairs.
Arranging repairs on a reactive basis and in compliance with CDM regulations; liaising with contractors, charge raising and invoicing.
Responsible for health and safety and legislative compliance of the portfolio. Co-ordinating health and safety reports and acting upon the findings contained within those reports.
Co-ordinating major works projects, the serving of statutory notices, acting as principal designer on smaller scale works and liaising with surveyors on larger schemes.
Providing guidance on incoming Right to Manage claims and working closely with our legal team to see these through to completion.
On occasion attending Tribunals or County Court hearings to act as a witness.
On occasion undertake meetings with residents with a view to preventing RTM/ enfranchisement claims or dealing with escalated complaints.
Conducting site visits where necessary to meet with leaseholders, contractors or surveyors and to inspect works or repairs.
Other daily duties involve dealing with incoming phone calls (as part of a team) and assisting in the general running and administration of the company.
Knowledge of lease extensions and the 1993 Leasehold Reform Act is desirable.
Continued IRPM/ ARMA development will be offered by the company to ensure the employee has a strong understanding of the surrounding legislative and contractual influences when managing property.
The successful candidate would need to carry out feasibility studies, design, consultation plan and manage implementation.
The Mentoring Coordinator will be responsible for:
You will be committed to ensuring a culture that adults are at the centre of all decision making and are in control of their lives. You will need to have the ability to work under pressure and deliver quality outcomes. Adult and Community Services promotes the independence, inclusion and well being of all adults with social care needs. This role will require you to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to facilitate social work interventions including group, individual and community work as well as crisis intervention.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is looking to recruit a Planning Officer. The area has 170,000 residents, 7 miles of waterfront, an international airport, university and fantastic transport links to London and surrounding areas. The team is a forward thinking team and recently awarded Development Management Team of the Year. We have a number of exciting projects in the pipeline, from a major mixed-use regeneration scheme, to a football stadium and seafront and leisure development.
The offices have undergone an extensive multi million pound refurbishment over the last year to provide an open plan environment which is both comfortable and conducive to gaining the most out of staff which in turn provides an excellent experience to both customers and applicants.
The responsibilities include:
*Providing support to the Area Planning Officer in advising external customers, clerical and technical support and enforcement officers.
*Dealing with a proportion of planning applications including informal enquiries, negotiations and appeals which would include preparation of written representation statements.
*Attendance of public inquiries and informal hearings will be expected as required.
*Guiding the registration team on requirements necessary for consultation, notification, publicity etc, on registering applications.
*Preparing of reports to committee, formulations of conditions of approvals and reason for refusals to present at committee stage.
*Liaising with other groups and departments to ensure correct implementation to targets and aims.
Southend Borough Council is looking for the right candidate who is highly motivated and who is looking to thrive within a busy environment and progress their career. You will be enhancing your skills on a range of challenging Development Management projects. Having a strong background knowledge of planning legislation and planning issues is essential, as is experience of the Development Management processes. Having access to own transport is necessary for carrying out site visits. Someone who is able to organise their time and manage workloads to have tasks completed within set time periods.
If you feel you have suitable experience and would like to be apart of a fantastic Borough and their exciting furture then please apply and a REED Engineering consultant will contact you to discuss your skill set and the role.
You will be expected to provide professional and comprehensive casework to a caseload of children and young people, some of which will be complex and sensitive cases all will require the highest of professional standards and in depth knowledge of relevant legislation regulation and practice methods.
This role requires you to undertake responsibility for some areas of work in the day to day running of the team, including supervision of identified team members. You will provide an efficient and cost effective service to children, young people and their families, ensuring that the needs of the service group are professionally assessed. This vacancy focuses on investigating, evaluating and analysing information on cases, demonstrating clarity of assessment and reliability of information. At times you will have the opportunity to supervise social workers and deputise for the Team Manager, as required.
You will play a major role in shaping the future of Southend, leading a small team of high-performing planning professionals. The main purpose of this job is to manage and be responsible for the day to day preparation, monitoring, implementation and review of the statutory Local Plan and related planning policy, to assist the Group Manager and Director in matters relating to sub-regional and regional planning and in the general supervision and leadership of the Strategic Planning Team.
You will use latest mobile technology to ensure accurate and timely recording of inspections and ensure attention to detail when raising job orders to ensure safety of the travelling public. Some knowledge and experience of highway inspections, maintenance and elements of Street works will be advantageous as well as excellent customer skills to maintain the highest standards within the team and keep abreast of new national and local directives.
In this role you will be providing clear and robust leadership of the team to ensure that staff are clear of their direction, motivated and that productivity is maximised. The team performances are to be regularly monitored to ensure staff are developed positively driving efficient delivery. You will also have an opportunity to input and utilise asset management tools and techniques to ensure the effective use of asset information and associated data management procedures. You will also ensure that treatment and materials selection are a primary consideration in the development of asset management strategies, providing expert knowledge and expertise in this area.
The post holder will be responsible for working with looked after children who are UASC including being their lead professional from the point that a young person enters the UK. This post has been established in response to the national and regional transfer schemes.
You will share line management responsibilities with the other Audit Managers for Senior Auditors, Auditors and the Business Support Manager who may be employed by another authority. The main purpose of your role will be to contribute to the production of audit plans and resource schedules. You are expected to supervise team members and contractors effectively to deliver work and team performance targets. You will provide a high quality, independent, objective internal audit service to clients that adds value as well as helps ensure their business is managed both efficiently and cost effectively. This role requires you to deliver sufficient work each year to enable the Head of Internal Audit to provide an opinion to each client on the adequacy and effectiveness of their risk management, control and governance processes.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is looking to recruit a highly self-motivated and enthusiastic individual to work as a Team Leader in Highways & Street Works. Leading a small team, you will be responsible for managing the effective coordination of all activities on the highway network. You will be involved in developing and introducing new processes and systems contributing to the objective of ensuring integrated highways and streetworks management across the network, improving co-ordination of reactive, responsive and planned maintenance, reducing congestion and providing the best possible service to all users of the highway.
Are you looking to progress in your career within the Highways and Streetworks department? Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is looking to recruit a highly self-motivated and enthusiastic individual to work as a Team Leader in Highways & Street Works.
To provide an efficient and cost effective service to children, young people, their families and fostering families ensuring that the needs of children and their parents and carers are professionally assessed.
To investigate, evaluate and analyse information on cases, demonstrating clarity of assessment, reliability of information, evidence in conclusions and realistic action plans.
To develop practice which takes a holistic view of the individual, locating them in their immediate and extended social circles and having full regard to their overall development needs.
To ensure that all casework and foster care services comply with statutory requirements, regulation and the Council’s policies and procedures.
To ensure that investigations, enquiries and assessments are completed to high professional standards.
To use ICT as required to maintain adequate case recording as directed in the service procedures.
To ensure that all case management complies with statutory requirements and the Council’s policies and procedures.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is looking for a forward thinking, solutions-focused and partner-orientated professional to join the Regulatory Services team. You will be focused on Environmental Protection for Southend on Sea, including nuisance and planning responses, noise planning and verminous premises.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Public Health Department is looking to appoint an experienced public health professional to take forward action in a number of key health improvement areas. This role is being offered on a temporary basis until the end of March 2017.
This vacancy will require you to initiate and undertake health surveillance programmes in schools according to School Nursing Operational Procedures, including routine health screening and assessing the overall development and progress of the child. You will take into account individual public health needs and provide support or on-going referral as appropriate. In particular sexual health, smoking cessation and weight management services. Support will always be given to the Senior School Nurse with school and community based drop-ins. You will be responsible for using weighing scales, height measures and audiometer equipment.
This role plays a critical part in supporting action to prevent reduce or delay the impact of adverse health events on population health. Responsibilities will include operational management as well as strategic commissioning of public health services and the provision of public health advice to stakeholders and partners.
You will be responsible for the delivery of occupational therapy assessments, carrying a designated caseload. Demonstration of the highest possible standards of practice and skills also working independently within the confines of departmental policies and procedures is expected. As an Occupational Therapist you will deal with the assessment and provision of equipment to meet a complex need, this includes adjustment of equipment and instruction on its safe use.