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        • peterborough, east of england
        • contract
        • £28.40 - £32.40, per hour, (PAYE rate options available)
        • full-time
        NPI Project Manager required on a contract basis to join an industry leading engineering and manufacturing business.Have you got experience of working in a fast paced environment leading the execution of NPI projects; establishing project management plans and managing project delivery? If you are seeking an exciting challenge then this is the role for you!As an NPI Project Manager you will manage large NPI projects to ensure they are on time, within budget, and aligned with the product strategy. You will builds relationships with other departments within the NPI program team. Assists in marketing the NPI process to customers. You will also Identify cost containment opportunities. Identify trends and areas of focus for continuous improvement. The position guides and coaches both junior members of the project management team as well as global cross functional areas representatives assigned to the relative NPI program.Responsibilities: Quickly and correctly identify problems, which may not be obvious.Solves problems by determining the best course of action, within departmental guidelines, from many existing solutions.Determine the best way to complete job assignments in order to achieve desired results.Except for the most complex or high impact situations, work is reviewed after completion.Impacts key quality goals including Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, Timeliness, Accuracy, Efficiency, Cost Savings, Process Quality, etc.The position monitors and reports on key quality measures for the measure(s) stated.Skills, experience & qualifications; The position typically requires a university degree or equivalent experience. Proven project and management job-related experience are required. Ideally you will have a background in automotive or similar manufacturing / engineering environments. The ability to demonstrate initiative and work with diverse groups to reach consensus is required. Communication skills are critical as the incumbent initiates communication with others outside the immediate work group to work on new ideas or to counsel others, etc. The ability to listen to others is important to the job. Strong analytical and problem solving skills are essential as well as project management efficiency. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        NPI Project Manager required on a contract basis to join an industry leading engineering and manufacturing business.Have you got experience of working in a fast paced environment leading the execution of NPI projects; establishing project management plans and managing project delivery? If you are seeking an exciting challenge then this is the role for you!As an NPI Project Manager you will manage large NPI projects to ensure they are on time, within budget, and aligned with the product strategy. You will builds relationships with other departments within the NPI program team. Assists in marketing the NPI process to customers. You will also Identify cost containment opportunities. Identify trends and areas of focus for continuous improvement. The position guides and coaches both junior members of the project management team as well as global cross functional areas representatives assigned to the relative NPI program.Responsibilities: Quickly and correctly identify problems, which may not be obvious.Solves problems by determining the best course of action, within departmental guidelines, from many existing solutions.Determine the best way to complete job assignments in order to achieve desired results.Except for the most complex or high impact situations, work is reviewed after completion.Impacts key quality goals including Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, Timeliness, Accuracy, Efficiency, Cost Savings, Process Quality, etc.The position monitors and reports on key quality measures for the measure(s) stated.Skills, experience & qualifications; The position typically requires a university degree or equivalent experience. Proven project and management job-related experience are required. Ideally you will have a background in automotive or similar manufacturing / engineering environments. The ability to demonstrate initiative and work with diverse groups to reach consensus is required. Communication skills are critical as the incumbent initiates communication with others outside the immediate work group to work on new ideas or to counsel others, etc. The ability to listen to others is important to the job. Strong analytical and problem solving skills are essential as well as project management efficiency. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • carlisle, north west
        • permanent
        • £30,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £35,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        • manchester, north west
        • permanent
        • £30,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        • dover, south east
        • permanent
        • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        M&E Building services Manager Salary £45,000 - £50,000 Location: Dover This is an opportunity to manage the delivery of multi-disciplinary building services projects from start to completion within a collaborative Framework Contract environment, leading project teams of; contractors, designers, maintainers, operators and other stakeholders. Duties include:Produce and maintain project initiation and control documents Produce project scope documents for procurement of services and works Manage project budgets, costs and risk Produce and maintain project delivery programmes Proactively communicate with project stakeholders Risk assessments and Method statements.Client training programmes.Manage onsite Health & Safety including toolbox talks, method statements, risk assessments and permits Experience of managing cost against set budgets Essential requirements are:-BSc/BEng in Building Services or similarexperience as project manager for building services projects. NEC form of contract experience Contact Sophie Airth on 01622357230 / Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        M&E Building services Manager Salary £45,000 - £50,000 Location: Dover This is an opportunity to manage the delivery of multi-disciplinary building services projects from start to completion within a collaborative Framework Contract environment, leading project teams of; contractors, designers, maintainers, operators and other stakeholders. Duties include:Produce and maintain project initiation and control documents Produce project scope documents for procurement of services and works Manage project budgets, costs and risk Produce and maintain project delivery programmes Proactively communicate with project stakeholders Risk assessments and Method statements.Client training programmes.Manage onsite Health & Safety including toolbox talks, method statements, risk assessments and permits Experience of managing cost against set budgets Essential requirements are:-BSc/BEng in Building Services or similarexperience as project manager for building services projects. NEC form of contract experience Contact Sophie Airth on 01622357230 / Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • waterlooville, south east
        • permanent
        • £44,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        Are you an experienced Project manager? Do you have experience leading teams of people in an oil/gas environment? If so… then this is the role for you!An exciting opportunity has opened up with a lead automation company in hampshire. I am currently recruiting for a Software Control Systems Team Leader/Project Manager to look after a small team of 6 engineers, reporting into the regional leader, helping to deliver projects to the company's key accounts.Main Responsibilities:* whole life cycle of delivering projects from quoting to completion * identify when gaps and overloads may exist in the team's workload * Lead a team of engineers, to ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget and to quality standards * Identify, manage and mitigate project risks * Contract review/ negotiation * Ensuring customers' expectations are clearly set out and met * Attending site for Surveys / Client Meetings & Onsite working* Review future project requirements/ identifying training & development opportunities for your teamRequired Skills and Experience:* Good Attitude, Adaptable, Resilient, Happy worker* Contractual awareness* Experience in an engineering environment * leadership skills * Ability to work unsupervised * Build relationships with customers, suppliers and colleagues * Experience of managing control system, PLC and SCADA, type projects * Understanding of PLC & SCADA Control systems* Experience in Oil & Gas / Functional Safety systems desirable but not essential * Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office incl. Word, Excel & OutlookThis role includes the following benefits:* Flexible working hours - 37.5 hours per week * remote working available * 25 days holiday * Profit share scheme * Workplace Pension * Cycle to work scheme * IET Membership * Access to transport for site activities * £500 Training allowance per year for work related development Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Are you an experienced Project manager? Do you have experience leading teams of people in an oil/gas environment? If so… then this is the role for you!An exciting opportunity has opened up with a lead automation company in hampshire. I am currently recruiting for a Software Control Systems Team Leader/Project Manager to look after a small team of 6 engineers, reporting into the regional leader, helping to deliver projects to the company's key accounts.Main Responsibilities:* whole life cycle of delivering projects from quoting to completion * identify when gaps and overloads may exist in the team's workload * Lead a team of engineers, to ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget and to quality standards * Identify, manage and mitigate project risks * Contract review/ negotiation * Ensuring customers' expectations are clearly set out and met * Attending site for Surveys / Client Meetings & Onsite working* Review future project requirements/ identifying training & development opportunities for your teamRequired Skills and Experience:* Good Attitude, Adaptable, Resilient, Happy worker* Contractual awareness* Experience in an engineering environment * leadership skills * Ability to work unsupervised * Build relationships with customers, suppliers and colleagues * Experience of managing control system, PLC and SCADA, type projects * Understanding of PLC & SCADA Control systems* Experience in Oil & Gas / Functional Safety systems desirable but not essential * Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office incl. Word, Excel & OutlookThis role includes the following benefits:* Flexible working hours - 37.5 hours per week * remote working available * 25 days holiday * Profit share scheme * Workplace Pension * Cycle to work scheme * IET Membership * Access to transport for site activities * £500 Training allowance per year for work related development Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • south west london, london
        • temporary
        • £400 - £450 per day
        • full-time
        Are you a testing and commissioning engineer? Alternatively, have you previously worked on railprojects? Are you looking for your next exciting contract within the railway environment? If so readon! Randstad CPE is currently recruiting for a Testing and Commissioning Engineer/Manager to work on a railproject in London.The successful candidates will be available immediately and will have previous experience eitherworking with Communication packages.Benefits: Work for a top tier 1 contractor Opportunity to work on a prestigious rail project Possibility of follow on work depending on performanceRoles and Responsibilities: Implements the latest T&C delivery programme Manage the M&E subcontractors appointed to deliver the T&C works Liaise with senior members of management Carry out Inspection and Audit reviews to monitor compliance with quality, safety codes,and other regulations.Candidate Requirements: Electriacl Engeering Degree Relevant electrical certifications in Low Voltage Authorised Person (LV) competency Good organisational skills Knowledge of Microsoft Office Relevant experience of M&E/Comms Systems Previous railway experience Experience in testing and commissioningPlease do not apply if you do not hold the appropriate requirementsFor more information please contact Jamie Sampson at Randstad CPE London on 0203 6800 650 orsubmit your CV. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Are you a testing and commissioning engineer? Alternatively, have you previously worked on railprojects? Are you looking for your next exciting contract within the railway environment? If so readon! Randstad CPE is currently recruiting for a Testing and Commissioning Engineer/Manager to work on a railproject in London.The successful candidates will be available immediately and will have previous experience eitherworking with Communication packages.Benefits: Work for a top tier 1 contractor Opportunity to work on a prestigious rail project Possibility of follow on work depending on performanceRoles and Responsibilities: Implements the latest T&C delivery programme Manage the M&E subcontractors appointed to deliver the T&C works