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#81
Guys, a friend of mine is a bit down, he has been laid off for a while now and is desperate for a position anywhere. He is an ex aircraft mechanically biased engineer with plenty of design experience too. He is currently based down in Surrey but willing to travel, anyone know of anything?

I did see an ad for Oman a while back on these pages, he is no stranger to Sandier climes...

edited for mong spelling...we really do need a smell chucker faciliatory on these pages :)
 
#82
Get firefox or google chrome they have in built smell chuckers.
While your friend has a bit of time on his hands introduce him to Second life. There are a few people on there earning a decent living from home making virtual aircraft. Just a thought. (also job hunting) :cry:
 
#83
Thanks TB, I will send him the link....
 
#84
gloworm said:
Guys, a friend of mine is a bit down, he has been laid off for a while now and is desperate for a position anywhere. He is an ex aircraft mechanically biased engineer with plenty of design experience too. He is currently based down in Surrey but willing to travel, anyone know of anything?

I did see an ad for Oman a while back on these pages, he is no stranger to Sandier climes...

edited for mong spelling...we really do need a smell chucker faciliatory on these pages :)
Tell your mate that Marshall's are recruiting design engineers with aerospace experience in structures and stress, I'm assuming the jobs are in Cambridge where they are based: https://b2b.marshallaerospace.com/onlinerecruitment/viewVacancy.html?vacancyNumber=1077
 
#85
This just came in from someone in my network.

Contact Paul Witts at IMR Ltd.

http://www.imrexecutive.com/

I am currently representing an American company who are looking for a European-based VP GLOBAL SALES
My client is a specialist designer/manufacturer of wireless network equipment. They are looking specifically for someone to oversee and drive their sales into wireless OEMs worldwide. The successful candidate must have been performing a role of similar breadth recently, and must have current permission to work in the EU unrestricted for any employer.
 
#86
They are asking for a payment to join the list, they would of course be invoicing the customer as well, shameful to charge candidates that are in fact helping them to get business in the first place.

There are many recruitment companies CP or not who do not charge, a rip off.
 
#87
Someone in my network is recruiting for some ex military sigs people and safety staff: Contact 'kate.meager' at 'anderselite.com'

Senior/Principal CIS Consultant – Farnham – Up to 60,000


The Client is seeking a Senior or Principal CIS Consultant to lead and work on a range of defence projects involving military communications and information systems (CIS), particularly in the areas of: requirements, analysis, design, architecture, interoperability, planning, through life management and security. The role will involve liaison with clients to define requirements and assumptions and provide advice on CIS issues.

The successful candidate will have:

To be degree qualified in an Engineering/Mathematical or Scientific Discipline or have equivalent engineering experience.
Previous consultancy experience associated with military communications and information systems (this may include a relevant MSc, PhD and/or work experience).
Knowledge of a range of such systems and technologies.
Ability to liaise effectively with clients to define and clarify requirements, assess relevant data/information and provide consultancy advice as appropriate.
Ability to lead technical teams and delegate work appropriately to team members.

Safety Engineer – Bristol – 29,000 – 39,000

The Client is seeking a competent Safety Consultant to join their growing team of Safety experts based in the Bristol office and working within the Defence and Aerospace domains. Any experience of Airworthiness (Civil or Military), Maritime or Explosives safety would be an advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to carry out Safety Analysis, develop safety arguments for novel and complex systems and be able to clearly and concisely justify that argument to both internal and external customers. The role is both technically and commercially challenging and the successful candidate will be expected to be able to work under their own guidance and interact with customers at all levels. Additionally, the successful candidate will be expected to be involved in the technical and commercial aspects of bid and tender documentation.

The successful candidate will have:

Hazard Identification techniques such as HAZOPS, SWIFT, Functional Failure Analysis, etc.
Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment techniques.
Ability to create and maintain Hazard Log Databases.
Ability to construct and document safety arguments using clear and concise language.
Managing Safety programmes and implementing Safety Management Systems.
Creation and maintenance of Safety Cases and Safety Case Reports, detailing the safety activities conducted, the level of Risk attained and the ALARP arguments developed.
 
#88
chieftiff said:
gloworm said:
Guys, a friend of mine is a bit down, he has been laid off for a while now and is desperate for a position anywhere. He is an ex aircraft mechanically biased engineer with plenty of design experience too. He is currently based down in Surrey but willing to travel, anyone know of anything?

I did see an ad for Oman a while back on these pages, he is no stranger to Sandier climes...

edited for mong spelling...we really do need a smell chucker faciliatory on these pages :)
Tell your mate that Marshall's are recruiting design engineers with aerospace experience in structures and stress, I'm assuming the jobs are in Cambridge where they are based: https://b2b.marshallaerospace.com/onlinerecruitment/viewVacancy.html?vacancyNumber=1077
Thanks CT, I have passed this on
 
#89
I am currently out of contract as of the end of July 09,I am ex R Sigs, currently contracting to Airwave Solutions as a Customer Systems Engineer, rolling out a digital radio network (tetra) to the emergency services, my role includes the building and commisioning of control, rooms liasing with ICCS vendors and installation Pm's and engineers being the technical face of the company on site, other tasks carried out are the programing and the changing of codeplugs (cps) and fleetmaps on motorola and supura radios compotent using centracom elite.
Fault finding on base sites using spectrum analyzers and catch all receivers. i have also acted as engineering test manager for the network resilience testing.


If anyone knows of any tetra, radio, data work please drop me a line, i am willing to travel worldwide

cheers

mick
 
#90
Mick4434 said:
If anyone knows of any tetra, radio, data work please drop me a line, i am willing to travel worldwide

cheers

mick
Get on the phone to your surrounding Police Forces and ask for their Voice Support/Whatever they call them teams and see if they've any positions going, they may not have any perm but you may get lucky!

For example:
West Mids: 0845 11 35 000
West Mercia:0300 33 3000
 
#91
I hope I have posted this in the correct section;

HEAVY PLANT FITTER VANCANCIES,

As advertised in the Milton Keynes Citizen today date, (jobs today) www.miltonkeynes.co.uk

Advert reads;

BUCKINGHAM PLANT HIRE

Due to continued expansion of our business and the award of new contracts.

HEAVY PLANT FITTER

We need a highly experienced Heavy Plant Fitter to join our team working on mainly VOLVO, CAT, BELL, JCB and all type of plant equipment. This job will be site/or workshop based.

EXCELLENT RATES OF PAY AND GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS

No self Employed or Agencies need apply

Please send CV details and references to/or call;

Mick Tye - Plant Director
Buckingham Plant Hire Limited,
Silverstone Road, Stowe, Buckingham, MK18 5LJ
e-mail; mt@buckinghamplant.co.uk
Tel, 01280 823355/07767 808326
 
#92
In addition to my last; A few more from the same newspaper (www.jobstoday.co.uk) (www.miltonkeynes.co.uk)

Adverts read;

Experienced 18 Tonne Driver
£18,000pa
Required for company based in Leighton Buzzard dealing with radiators and electric cable.
Please call
Pratul Shah or Mark Welch on 01525 379505

Managers and Fitters
Wanted for busy tyre centres.
No experience necessary as full training will be given.
Please call; 01908 634700
 
#93
As advertised in the Milton Keynes Citizen, today date;

AIRPORT FIRE FIGHTER

CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY

£23,450 per annum
(40 hours week)
ref; C/9074L

Carrying out fire-fighting and rescue services, you will instanly respond to reported incidents on the airfield and within the Cranfield University campus. This will involve taking appropriate action in line with procedures to preserve life and minimise damage to property. You will also be expected to administer first aid if required.

Experience of fire fighting is not essential but an aptitude and ability to develop the skills and commitment to work as part of a team are essential attributes. You must have a curent UK driving licence and an LGV 2 Licence would be advantageous. You will be medically fit in accordance with curent CAA standards for fire fighters and keen to undertake regular theoretical and practical training. You must have good communication skills and have the ability to work within a small enviroment.

Closing date for receipts of applications; 18 September 2009.

Previous applicants need not apply.

Apply on line at www.cranfield.ac.uk/hr
or telephone; 01234 750111 ext 2346 quote refererence number.
 
#98
Another 2 jobs advertised in The Milton Keynes Citizen First that may interest service leaver's, todays date;

GASTEC MILTON KEYNES.

Requires; Full Qualified Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Trainer,

Must be fully conversant with "F" Gas regs and be able to teach experienced engineers as well as new entrants to the industry.


Also required; Fully Qualified ACS Gas Assessor,

Must posses ACS qualification and AI Award (or it's equivalent).

Full details of advert; www.jobstoday.co.uk

Send CV only to;

Mrs Maria Jenkins
Centre Manager
Gastec Training & Assseement Centres Ltd
6 Newmarket Court
Kingston
Milton Keynes
MK10 0AQ
 
#99
Lots of jobs in todays Milton Keynes free newspaper; MKNEWS, www.jobsnow.co.uk

A sample that may interest services leavers;

FIRE OFFICER (Ref; NC14)
£28,273 - £33,066
see; www.bpha.org.uk for full details

RELIEF CARELINK CONTROL OPERATOR (Ref; NC17)
£9-23 PER HOUR (PART TIME)
see; www.bpha.org.uk

ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (Ref; 50010602/MKN
£15,570 - £28,947
see; www.theplacetobe.info or email jobs@milton-keynes.gov.uk

Lot of other jobs with MK Council see website.

HGV 1 DRIVERS

O'DELL TRANSPORT

You will be required to have nights out and work some weekends. This is not general haulage, you will need to drive a moffet and be required to position and install display equipment with a team of fitters.

Apply in writing only to.

louiseodell@odelltransport.com with full CV and 2 references fronm previous employers.

COACH TRIMMER

For sports cars

(Experience required, see full advert at www.jobsnow.co.uk)

Send CV and cover letter to;

JOHN BELLENGER
ALLON WHITE SPORTS CARS LTD
119 HIGH STREET
CRANFIELD
MK43 0BS

Email; john@allonwhite.co.uk
Tel; 0845 345 7666

Lots of education related type jobs in this addition of the MKNEWS.
 

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