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An urgent opportunity exists for a PTS Electrician to join a multi-billion pound organisation working on a number of station and upgrade projects around the Surrey area.You will be joining the client at a critical stage where they have been successful in securing some major projects and now require experienced engineers to deliver the work. To be considered for the role you must hold the following:- JIB Approved Electrician/17th edition (Preferred).ICI/PTS (Essential).Must have rail experience.
- £28,168 / annum
An exciting opportunity for an Electrical Engineer based in Edinburgh working on the best water and natural resources projects currently taking place around the world.Role: This fantastic role will support Project Managers and Project Technical Leads by providing technical expertise. The successful candidate will be working as part of the design team developing technical solutions to water and wastewater treatment facilities and infrastructure.Essential requirements: Degree qualified (or equival
- £34,000 / annum
An exciting opportunity for a Senior Geo-Environmental Consultant has arisen to work for one of the leading global natural and built asset design and consultancy firms based in Birmingham. The successful candidate will be working in a dynamic environment as part of a rapidly expanding nuclear sector team where they will be delivering engineering services and advisory services to a wide range of projects.On a daily basis you will be:Reporting to the principal consultant.Managing selected projects
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We are now recruiting for fully qualified electricians to work nights on a major station upgrade on the London Underground.You will be working on a station refurbishment installing containment, trunking, Conduit, tray work, trunking and more. To be considered for this role you must have a proven background working on the underground and installing metalwork to a high standard. The project is very high profile and will receive a large amount of focus from the main contractor. This is a long term
- £140 / day
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Advance-TRS’s Marketing Director Vicky Ridout is due to join a team of rail professionals to climb Mount Kenya this September.Since Andy Ridout established the rail recruitment firm in 2011 Advance-TRS has had a strong association with international children’s charity Railway Children. Andy has already completed mega triathlons, marathons and climbed Everest to raise money and awareness for the street children supported by Railway Children. Now Marketing Director Vicky has taken up her own challenge for the charity.“I'm sure everyone who knows me will be surprised by the fact that I have signed up to partake in a monumental climb of the 17000ft Mount Kenya” explains Vicky.“This will be a huge personal challenge and something quite out of character but I am excited about this latest opportunity to work with Railway Children and help to give all children the right to be children, a right to education and a right to wake up each morning in a safe place without fear.”Vicky’s hike will lead her to Point Lenana, the highest trekking point of Mount Kenya via dense rain forest, vast moorlands, rocky valleys and deep rocky gorges.Once the climb and descent is complete Vicky and her fellow hikers will make the journey to the streets of Kitale, the location of one of the many Railway Children project centres and an area renowned for its vast amount of children street children. Here she will meet with the young people helped by the project and see the impact of living on the streets up close. In Kenya 250,000 children live on the streets and in the UK a child runs away from home every 5 minutes. Show your support and donate online via Vicky’s Virgin Money Giving page or track Vicky’s progress by following Advance-TRS on social media.Your donation can make all the difference for young people abroad and in the UK. Just £3 could feed a child 3 times a day in a Railway Children shelter for a week in India.£10 could keep a Railway Children team member on the streets in the UK for an hour.£20 could provide overnight clothing and toiletries for a child at a runaway refuge within the UK.£60 could fund a medical check-up and medication for a child in Kenya for a year.£100 would give a child in India 3 meals a day, new clothing, healthcare, counselling, basic education and protection for up to 6 months.“Together we can all advance.” Read More
Andy Ridout enjoyed success in his first outing at the British Water’s Annual Charity Golf Day at Bowood Park Golf Club in Wiltshire. The event, organised by British Water to promote their chosen charities raised an incredible £2,200 for Water Aid and the Disabled Golf Association. Ten teams competed for the four-ball team cup with prizes awarded for the best individual, nearest the pin and longest drive. Managing Director of Advance-TRS, Andy Ridout was delighted to be on this year’s winning team joined by Matt Wilkes of Odour Services International Limited, Sue Robertson from the Disabled Golf Association and Jason Powell of Haig Engineering. Andy explained, “It was a really great day out, all the better for raising money for such deserving charities. British Water provided a fantastic opportunity to meet with professionals form across the sector and network over some friendly competition.” Since branching out into the Water and Utilities sector earlier this year Advance-TRS’ Water division has gone from strength to strength securing new contracts on exciting projects across the sector. For the latest opportunities in the Water and Utilities sector visit our Water & Utilities Jobs Board.“Together we can all advance.”Read More