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HGV Driver LondonApply Now
Location: London County
Salary: £18 p/h
Reference:BBS/HGV LONDON
Date: 14 Aug 2020

BBS Recruitment is an independent recruitment agency for the transport and logistics sector, supplying to a variety of clients across UK. Our client based in London, Kent, Hertfordshire and Essex is looking for experienced HGV drivers to join the team. 

We will also need to obtain 5 years referencing to check your credentials, experience and work history before we place you our cleint's. You will also be able to ensure that the driver has the right to work in the UK.

Job role:

  • Delivering building materials to companies and depots around the area.
  • Ensuring goods are delivered on time
  • To be able to work as part of a team
  • Experience is preferred
  • Working hours: Monday to Sunday 07:00am to 17:00pm, minimum 8 hours.

 

Licence:

  • Valid CPC (Driver Certificate of Professional Competence)
  • Valid Digi card
  • Minimum 6 months driving in the UK.
  • No more than 3 points on your licence

 

If you are interested in this position, please apply on our website or give us a call on 0170 766 377

Warehouse Operative Apply Now
Location: London County
Salary:£9.12 p/h
Reference:BBS/LONDON
Date: 14 Aug 2020

BBS recruitment is an independent recruitment agency for the supplying to a variety of clients across the UK.

Job Role:

  • Unloading and loading of stock from vehicles into and from the warehouse, in a timely manner, ensuring all freight matches the paperwork.
  • The right candidate will be dedicated, physically strong and willing to work hard. You will have strong communication skills and be able work well under pressure and deadlines.
  • Be responsible for reporting any packaging issues and rectifying where possible.

Requirement:

  • Previous experience in a warehouse is desirable, however full training will be give
  • Must have steel toe cap safety boots and Hi-vis vest.

If you are interested in this position, please apply today with your CV 

Refuse driverApply Now
Location: St Albans
Salary:9.67 p/h
Reference:BBS/REFUSE
Date: 14 Aug 2020

BBS Recruitment is an independent recruitment agency for the transport and logistics sector, supplying to a variety of clients across London, Hertfordshire area.
Our client is looking for refuse loaders to join their team located in St Albans.
That will be ongoing.This is a physical, hands on, active and fast paced job. Candidates are required to attend an induction, which will involve full training before starting work.
 
Duties will include:
 
Helping to unload the waste at designated facilities
Emptying commercial/ refuse bins to dustcart lorries.
Working as part of a crew
 
Requirements:
 
Steel toe cap boots (essential) and High Vis (essential)
The successful candidate must:
Be physically fit
Have good communication skills
Working hours: between 07:00 am - 15:00 pm
 
Mon – Fri (Weekends shift available)
Salary £9.67 per hour
 
Benefits:
 
8 hours guaranteed shift
Temp to perm positions for the right candidates 
If you are interested in this position, please apply today with your CV or call on 01707 663 777

Planning Officer Apply Now
Location: Hackney, London
Salary:16.75 p/h
Reference:BBS/PLANNING OFFICER
Date: 14 Aug 2020

BBS Recruitment is currently recruiting for an experienced Planning Officer in a temp position for our client located in Hackney.
The successful candidate will be a proactive and hardworking individual with two years prior experience within a role.
 
Responsibilities:
 
• The Planning Officer will be responsible for the processing of Development Management matters including within a function based team including responsibility for the  handling of pre-application advice, major and minor planning applications, conditions, appeals including negotiations with developers and other interested parties, securing financial and other community benefits through legal agreements.
• The Planning Officer will ensure, in conjunction with colleagues, that statutory and legal obligations are delivered and communicated in a customer-focussed manner, optimising available resources, ensuring the best achievable outcome.
• The Planning Officer will be accountable to the Major Applications Team Leader and Deputy for achieving agreed Service outcomes and personal appraisal targets which uphold the Council’s Core Values and meet the challenges of best practice.
• To provide advice and support to junior colleagues within the service as required
• To represent the Council at appropriate Public Inquiries and Informal hearings 
• To develop his/her skills base to enable him/her to undertake a wider range of duties and tasks, and where necessary, carry out appropriate training and/or academic qualifications.
• Support and advise more junior members of staff as required, ensuring they are adequately monitored and assisted to develop their skills.
• Contribute to the development of the Service and its statutory functions.
• Responsible for ensuring, in consultation with colleagues, that advice given and recommendations made have full and proper regard for the Council’s planning policies, standards and relevant Government legislation and guidance.
• Assist in adding value to the service delivered, in developing and implementing best practice and providing customer-focused standards in a regulatory environment.
• In conjunction with the appropriate Managers put into practical operation the key objectives of the service and Council in relation to Development Management, Positive Planning and related matters.
• To ensure that duties are carried out in accordance with the Council’s policies and Code of Conduct, with full regard to the Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy.
• Ensure that the administrative and technical procedures required to deal with tasks under the Planning Acts, Orders and Regulations, are carried out and work outcomes are of sufficiently high standard to comply with any systems in place to demonstrate quality.
• Take responsibility, in conjunction with colleagues, for undertaking such correspondence and discussions with the public and Council officers or other appropriate people as required for the determination of applications.
• Ensure, in conjunction with colleagues, necessary and effective consultation and liaison is carried out to facilitate the effective involvement of local interest and statutory bodies and other Council services with regard to Development Management matters.
• Progress a range of applications under the Planning Acts and negotiate planning agreements as required.
• Undertake planning appeals as or when required.
• Represent the Council at Public Local Inquiries, Informal Hearings and Court Hearings as required.
 
Requirements:
 
GCSE A-C in Maths and English
Relevant qualification
Hours per week: 36
Enhanced DBS
References  

Senior Environmental Health Officer (Grade 10)Apply Now
Location: Dudley Metropolitan Borough
Salary:£17.91
Reference:BBS/DUDLEY
Date: 14 Aug 2020

BBS Recruitment is currently recruiting for an experienced Senior Environmental Health Officer (Grade 10) in a temp position for our client in Dudley Council.
The successful candidate should be a proactive and hardworking individual with 5 years prior experience within a role.
Purpose of the Job
To carry out duties as required for Covid 19 outbreak management and local Test & Trace delivery, including workplace advice and enforcement by actioning all relevant legislation enforced by Environmental Health including health & safety, food hygiene and safety and health protection/infectious disease legislation.
Specific Accountabilities
• Staff are asked to be flexible in their approach to their work within the Directorate. The Head of Environmental Health and Trading Standards may direct the post holder to carry out duties within other environmental health and public health areas as required.
• Main duties of the post are working within the Dudley Test & Trace Cell providing a response to Covid 19 notifications, responding to outbreak notifications, responding to complaints and enquiries from employers, employees and members of the public in relation to Covid 19 control. 
• Work closely with a range of partners involved in response to Covid 19 pandemic including Dudley MBC public health consultants/officers and Health Protection Team, Emergency Planning, Public Health England, other local authorities and the Health & Safety Executive. 
• Fieldwork on site including appropriate visits, advice and enforcement activities and the relevant administration relating to all environmental health activities including infectious disease control, food hygiene and safety and health and safety enforcement. 
• The inspection, surveying and assessment of premises, their processes and practices relevant to the Section, including specialist inspection duties relevant to the specific Section where the post is based.
• Responding to complaints and enquiries relevant to the work of the Section.
• Advising both the public and Council on specialist duties, enquiries and general issues of concern.
• Providing specialist advice relevant to the work of the Section to all external and internal customers as directed by the Director of Public Health, Head of Environmental Health and Trading Standards or Public Protection Managers (Environmental Safety and Health/Food and Trading Standards).
• Dealing with any other work which may be assigned by the Head of Environmental Health and Trading Standards or Public Protection Manager from time to time.
• To attend and give evidence in Court with regard to legislation enforced by the Section, including as necessary the supervision of officers and appropriate consultants who may assist in the discharge of their responsibilities.
• To attend public meetings and committee meetings of the Council as required. To be available outside normal hours and be available for emergency call out as required.
• To carry out enforcement duties as required by actioning all relevant legislation. This will include, the officer being deemed competent under the Sections authorisation procedure, to sign, where appropriate relevant notices. For Senior officer grade, the relevant notices are:
• Emergency Prohibition Notices under section 12 of the Food Safety Act 1990 and Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Notices under Regulation 8 of The Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013, in addition to all notices relating to seizure and detention of food.
• Prohibition Notices under Section 22 of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974
• Enforcement Notices under the provisions of Regulation 36 of The Environmental Permitting (England & Wales) Regulations 2007 Suspension Notices under the provision of Regulation 37 of The Environmental Permitting (England & Wales) Regulations 2000.
Key Accountabilities:
• To be accountable for and promote equality, diversity and community cohesion to meet Council, Directorate and Service objectives. All employees have a responsibility not only for their own behaviour, but also for others regarding equality of opportunity. Any incident must be reported and investigated.
• To participate in and undertake Performance Review and Development meetings and undertake a personal training plan and devise team training plans to retain officer competence within budget constraints provided.To develop his/her own skills and expertise in a professional manner.
• In addition to all the responsibilities listed above, all employees must be flexible in their approach and undertake other duties that are commensurate with post holder’s level, wherever they may be, to achieve the objectives of the Directorate.
• To represent the Council and Directorate in a professional manner meeting the Corporate and Directorate aims. To comply with Directorate and Corporate policies.
• To be responsible for the recruitment and performance management of designated teams and individuals in accordance with Corporate and Directorate aims and management style.
• To comply with the council’s financial regulations and standing orders.
• To actively promote Dudley’s commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults at a level appropriate to this post.
• Employees must comply with health and safety legislation and will be required to comply with the Council’s Health and Safety Policies. All employees must ensure that they take reasonable care of their own health and safety as well as the health and safety of any person that is affected by their actions. 
• To be responsible for adhering to legislative requirements and Council Policies and Procedures including, but not exclusively health & safety, Data Protection and Internet/Email use.


Requirements:
Environmental Health degree or similar level of qualification
Certificate of Registration of the Environmental Health Officers Registration Board
Driving License and Car
Enhanced DBS
References
Start date: 24.08.2020
Hours per week: 37

If you are interested please call 01707663777.