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DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

  • Birmingham OR Dublin
  • Competitive depending on experience

uTrack is an innovative technology company that has created a platform to elevate passengers’ experience of using public transport. We are a growing, award-winning company with FTSE 100 customers based in Ireland, the UK, Europe and the USA. We’ve grown quickly in the short time since our inception and the demand for our services has […]

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DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer Apply for Position

  • Birmingham OR Dublin
  • Competitive depending on experience

uTrack is an innovative technology company that has created a platform to elevate passengers’ experience of using public transport. We are a growing, award-winning company with FTSE 100 customers based in Ireland, the UK, Europe and the USA.

We’ve grown quickly in the short time since our inception and the demand for our services has continued to increase. As such, we’re looking for a DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join our hard-working team.

As a DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you will:

– Work with the Product and Back End teams to build new features and scalable web applications targeting modern browsers and phones
– Liaise with the Testing and QA teams to analyse problems and review incidents
– Manage the AWS infrastructure such as RDS/prostgres, ECS/Fargate, EC2, S3, CloudFront, Elastic BeanStalk, ALBs and Lambda
– Maintain our monitoring and altering tooling
– Help the Development team to investigate and resolve service issues
– Contribute to the system architecture and design to ensure we deliver robust and secure services

To be considered as our DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you will need:

– At least three years’ experience of managing and deploying applications and systems in a cloud-based environment
– Experience of developing cloud-based technologies and an understanding of how systems can be built using them
– The proven ability to write scripts, automate systems tasks and orchestrate systems

Other organisations may call this role Systems Engineer, Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, Development Operations Engineer, Infrastructure Engineer, Developer, Cloud Developer, or Systems Developer.

What are the benefits?

– Take on a new position within our business where you’ll have a high level of autonomy
– Work from home for two days a week
– Flexible working hours (work a 7.5 hour day any time between 7:45am and 6pm)
– Drive the technical direction of our products
– Great benefits such as generous healthcare and pension plan
– Perks such as gym membership and team nights out
– Work with the latest tech
– Join a diverse team who come from all over the globe

To apply please email your CV to Charlotte Leigh charlottel@cloverhr.co.uk

Events Manager

  • £25-£35K per annum based on experience
  • Full Time

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5.30pm Work outside of these hours and at weekends will be required from time to time due to nature of events Background of Company: Umberslade has been a family owned Estate since 1850. The Estate has various commercial enterprises including agriculture, forestry, commercial & residential property along with a […]

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Events Manager Apply for Position

  • £25-£35K per annum based on experience
  • Full Time

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5.30pm Work outside of these hours and at weekends will be required from time to time due to nature of events

Background of Company:

Umberslade has been a family owned Estate since 1850. The Estate has various commercial enterprises including agriculture, forestry, commercial & residential property along with a more recent focus on leisure, tourism and hospitality.

Main purpose of job:

As the Umberslade Estate Events Manager, you will work closely with the Managing Director to create and run events throughout the calendar year, as well as providing invaluable support, helping them with the day-to-day running of the estate and working at the heart of the business.

The Umberslade Estate Events Manager duties will include everything from the formation of an events calendar through to organising and running these events with assistance from the Managing Director.

Responsibilities, duties and tasks;

  • Creation and ongoing management of an annual events calendar for across the estate.
  • Organising events and seeing them through to completion with assistance from Managing Director.
  • Devising/maintaining office systems, including data management and filing;
  • screening phone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate;
  • conducting research on behalf of the Managing Director;
  • meeting and greeting visitors at all levels;
  • managing staff and coordinating teams for events.
  • producing documents, briefing papers, reports and presentations;
  • liaising with clients, suppliers and other staff;
  • Essential requirements:
  • Event/estate management qualification desired but not essential.
  • Demonstrable good experience in a similar role and industry – event management/land management
  • Proven diary management skills
  • Exceptional standard of written and verbal English
  • Competent with Microsoft Office suite
  • Flexibility on hours
  • Reliable and accountable
  • A positive ‘can-do’ approach attitude
  • Personality profile:
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Detail-orientated
  • Focused and responsive
  • Takes initiative
  • Excellent multi-taskerThe company reserves the right to alter the content of this job description to reflect the changes to the job, without altering the general character or level of responsibility

 

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Operations Manager

  • South East London
  • Competitive depending on experience
  • Full time

A fantastic and rare opportunity has arisen for an Operations Manager at one of our clients based in South East London. They are a well established logistics and distribution provider who deliver tailor-made solutions to SMEs and PLCs. Working closely with the Director this is a key role for the business, and their growth plans. […]

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Operations Manager Apply for Position

  • South East London
  • Competitive depending on experience
  • Full time

A fantastic and rare opportunity has arisen for an Operations Manager at one of our clients based in South East London. They are a well established logistics and distribution provider who deliver tailor-made solutions to SMEs and PLCs.

Working closely with the Director this is a key role for the business, and their growth plans.

The purpose of the job is to support the Depot Supervisors, and to ensure that operations run seamlessly, whilst ensuring agreed targets are achieved in line with business and customer requirements.

You will be responsible for the management of the depots to set strategic goals, encourage teamwork, continually improve, and drive growth, whilst adhering and promoting health and safety within the workplace.

Main duties:

  • Liaise with senior management to make decisions for operational activities and set strategic goals, including sourcing potential new business with current or new clients.
  • Plan and monitor the day to day running of business activities, to enable smooth progress to meet its objectives with a cost-effective manner.
  • Ensure safety compliance: Check correct PPE is always worn by drivers, check key chains of drivers.
  • Assist in the recruitment process for operatives/ drivers to be used in the depots, ensuring all paperwork is correct before sending to HQ prior start date.
  • Develop and train supervisors.
  • Ensure that all personnel are vetted and fully trained.
  • Ensure the appropriate cover is in place to cover absence (holiday/sickness etc)
  • Manage the in-house fleet, ensuring weekly inspections are carried out on vehicles.
  • Overseeing the customer support processes to enhance customer satisfaction.
  • Cost any special work required at each location to improve revenue.

In return we offer:

  • A competitive salary which is negotiable depending on experience.
  • Progression opportunities as the company grows.

 

HR Consultant

  • Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.
  • £15 - £20 per hour
  • Part Time

Responding to an ever increasing demand from a growing Client base, Clover HR is now in its fourth year reflecting the need for highly tailored, added value HR support of the highest calibre. We are looking to further expand our team of HR specialists with experienced part-time HR Consultants/HR Business Partners to work on a […]

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HR Consultant Apply for Position

  • Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.
  • £15 - £20 per hour
  • Part Time

Responding to an ever increasing demand from a growing Client base, Clover HR is now in its fourth year reflecting the need for highly tailored, added value HR support of the highest calibre.

We are looking to further expand our team of HR specialists with experienced part-time HR Consultants/HR Business Partners to work on a flexible basis from home.

The successful candidates will join a rapidly growing team providing HR solutions and Business support to clients face to face, over the phone and via email. These are field-based roles working from a home office. There will be some requirement to travel to client sites from time to time which will typically be in and around the Worcestershire, Manchester, London, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry areas.

Key responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Provide quality, pragmatic and commercially focused HR advice and support to a varied portfolio of clients.
  • Provide HR advice on a range of matters across the employee life cycle including recruitment, disciplinary and grievance processes, performance management processes and sickness absence management issues
  • TUPE & Redundancy support
  • Coaching and mentoring.
  • The review, development and implementation of HR policies and procedures, handbooks and employment contracts
  • Networking and onboarding of new business opportunities

Key skills and experience:

  • CIPD qualified or equivalent
  • Employee relations experience is essential
  • Good understanding and knowledge of UK employment law and its practical application
  • A sense of humour!

Hours: A minimum of 3 hours per week initially, but the flexibility to increase this in line with the needs of our clients. There is flexibility how this can be worked.

Salary: £15 – £20 per hour, dependent upon experience and project requirements

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £15.00 to £20.00 /hour


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