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Signalling Project Engineer

Outstanding opportunity has arisen to work within a market leader in the rail industry and join its growing engineering base. Details below.The Role: Deliver signalling technical excellence on an ongoing projects. Implement the signalling element of the works involving design, construction and commissioning and repair.Act as the technical contact and liaison with clients and subcontractors in order to resolve technical issues.Liaise with signalling, telecoms, power, systems and other discipline

  • Glasgow
  • £0 / annum
  • Contract
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Integration Programme Lead

An exciting opportunity for an Integration Programme Lead has arisen to join one of the UKs leading utilities service providers at their offices in Peterborough.The successful candidate will be working on water and sewerage above ground assets in the Anglian regions and reporting into the Project Delivery Manager.Overview of responsibilities:Receiving the project;Undertaking the governance procedure;Pricing;Passing information on to the partner companies;Overseeing the work.You will need:Experie

  • Peterborough
  • £55,000 / annum
  • Permanent
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Project Manager - Power Generation

Our client, a leading global construction and support company is seeking the services of a highly experienced and dynamic Project Manager who brings a wealth of knowledge in the delivery of power generation projects.This role will require the holder to assume the control of a complex and critical energy project delivering the power generation phase including its commissioning.Applicants must display excellence in the folllowing criteria:Delivery of power generation projects in excess of £50m.Mec

  • UK
  • £0 / annum
  • Contract
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Telecoms Installer (Technical)

An Opportunity exists for an experienced Telecoms Installation Engineer to work for a telecommunications railway contractor on various projects within London. If successful you will be responsible for the installation and commissioning of systems including, CCTV, PA, CIS, Help Points, Access/Management Systems and Networking Systems.Experience needed: High level understanding of telecoms systems.Assist with installation of CMS, to include conduit, tray work and trunking.Installation of assets, s

  • London
  • £30,000 / annum
  • Permanent
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  • Team from Advance completes London Marathon, raising almost £10,000 for children's charities


    Three senior staff from Advance Training & Recruitment Services successfully completed the London Marathon last month, together raising just under £10,000 for children’s charities Railway Children and Action for Children.Operations Director Paul Merton, Managing Director Andy Ridout and Signalling Division Manager Sam Jennings each completed the 26.2 mile run following months of intensive training and preparation.The guys joined around 38,000 other runners including Dame Kelly Holmes MBE and Top Gear’s Chris Evans at the marathon’s starting point on the 24th of April. The famous route sends runners up to Woolwich and along the River Thames before circling the Isle of Dogs, looping back towards Westminster where the final stretch culminates at St James Park.Managing Director, Andy Ridout ran in aid of Railway Children, the international children’s charity that aims to change the lives of children living on the streets of the UK, India and East Africa. Raising more than £6,400, Andy adds to an already impressive fundraising total, having raised money for the charity since 2011.Paul and Sam both ran in aid of Action for Children, a UK-based charity that operates a number of different services for children and their families, ranging from intensive family support, to fostering and adoption. Combined, the two raised more than £3,000 for Action for Children, an outstanding achievement.Signalling recruiter Sam completed the marathon with the fastest time, clocking in at just under 4 hours. His incredible journey started last year when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in a game of Sunday football. After months of tireless recovery, Sam began training again and set a target to enter and complete the London Marathon in 2016.“Admittedly,” says Sam “entering the race was the easy part. The reality quickly came crashing down once I began training 5 days a week at 6am in freezing weather. I was also struggling with constant niggling injuries that hampered my rehabilitation. It’s been a tough road to recovery to get to where I am now but it’s all been well worth it to raise money for a worthwhile cause.”“Together, we can all advance.”

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  • Advance-TRS team gearing up for London Marathon by competing in Surrey Half Marathon


    Representatives from advance Training & Recruitment Services were out in force at the Surrey Half Marathon this past weekend in preparation for the fast-approaching London Marathon in April.Managing Director Andy Ridout, Operations Director Paul Merton and Lead Signalling Consultant Sam Jennings all took to Woking this past Sunday to run the Surrey Half Marathon, a 13.1 mile run starting at Woking, continuing up through Worplesdon towards Guildford before winding back down into Woking town centre.The guys were in high spirits after crossing the finishing line having all recorded an impressive completion time.Sam - 1 hour 42 minutesAndy - 1 hour 55 minutesPaul - 2 hours 5 minutesNow all the hard work begins as the team sets their sights on the big one; the London Marathon. Paul, Sam and Andy will be joining around 38,000 other runners including Dame Kelly Holmes MBE and Top Gear’s Chris Evans on the 24th April for the annual spectacle through the heart of the British capital. Starting at Blackheath, the route will take the advance-TRS team up to Woolwich and along the River Thames before circling the Isle of Dogs, looping back towards Westminster where the final stretch will see the boys completing the 26.2 mile course at St James Park.Paul and Sam are both running for Action for Children, a British charity that operates a number of essential services aimed at aiding children and their families, from fostering and adoptions to working with families with disabled children.Andy is running in aid of Railway Children, an international children’s charity that helps to protect vulnerable children and young adults living on the streets of the UK, India and East Africa. Andy previously raised more than £12,000 for Railway Children taking part in an Ironman triathlon in 2013.“It’s been fantastic to see such a strong reaction throughout the office from team members who want to raise money for some magnificent causes” says Sam Jennings. “It’s going to be a tough day on the 24th of April make no mistake but as a team it’s something we’re all really relishing.”The advance-TRS team hope to raise a combined total of £10,000 to help change the lives of vulnerable children across the globe. You can help make a difference to the lives of so many people today by making a small pledge at Sam, Andy and Paul’s fundraising pages.Sam Jennings - Ridout - Paul Merton - “Together, we can all advance.”

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