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Scaffolders (All Grades) & COTS Labourers - Competitive rates and immediate start with long-term employment opportunity. Main duties will include the erection and dismantle of scaffolding, both tube & fitting and system Scaffolds, to support our client’s ‘Town Works’ sites across multiple locations within the region. Successful candidates will work from our South Wales Distribution Centre at Kenfig near Port Talbot and ideally have experience with Kwikstage and HAKI system scaffold. We offer competitive rates and the opportunity for consistent high earners to be transferred to a full-time position. Candidates must hold a CISRS accreditation and have an appetite for maximising their potential. COTS Labourers We require experienced labourers to assist Scaffolders in the chaining of materials to the work face and checking the storage and quantity of scaffold equipment. Interpretation of material that Scaffolders require for erection with the identification of scaffold components is essential for this role. Responsibilities Successful applicants will need to be able to work as part of a team and be fully conversant with current Health and Safety at work procedures and legislation surrounding construction works and scaffold erection/dismantling. What we are looking for • Candidates must be CISRS Registered • Part 1, Part 2 or Advanced Scaffolders required • Ability to use the tools and instruments of the scaffolding trade. • Ability to think quickly and implement safety practices. • Good communication skills. • Responsible and respectful. • Organised, diligent and methodical. • Using coordination and working with a team. • Must have own transport

Scaffolders (All Grades) & COTS Labourers – Competitive rates and […]

Administration Personnel
Newton-le-Willows
Posted 2 months ago
Transport Administrator – Newton-Le-Willows (Merseyside – WA12 0HF) The successful candidate will provide an administration support service to the Transport Manager on all day-to-day fleet activities at our head office in Newton-Le-Willows. Responsibilities:
  • To maintain operational activities within the fleet department and ensure that SLA’s / KPI’s are met.
  • Data management and maintaining the fleet inventory and database.
  • Assisting with fleet duties such as, vehicle management (RFL renewal, fuel cards, MOTs, provision of daily rental vehicles, MID compliance, vehicle servicing and maintenance) and driver management (parking permits, driving offences, new starters).
  • Conducting monthly checks to ensure adherence to the fleet policies and procedures.
Skills and Experience:
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience gained in a similar role.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills to coordinate and build relationships.
  • Knowledge of the industry and self-motivated to learn and develop knowledge further.
  • Resilient with the ability to multitask and work well under pressure.
  • Flexible with the ability to adapt based on changing demands and conditions.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Confident user of Microsoft Office packages.
What We Offer:
  • Competitive salary
  • Pension: Matched defined contribution up to 8%
  • Holidays: 25 days annual leave plus public holidays
  • Hours: 37.5 per week (Monday – Friday)
  • Study: Full study support (after successful completion of the probationary period)

Transport Administrator – Newton-Le-Willows (Merseyside – WA12 0HF) The successful […]

Administration Personnel
Kenfig
Posted 2 months ago
Client-Facing Office Administrator (Temporary Access / Scaffolding) - Kenfig Depot (Margam - South Wales - SA13 2PE) The successful candidate will play a key role in answering incoming queries and requests. This position is suitable for someone who enjoys a client-facing role and has previous office-based Customer Service and Administration experience. The office administrator will deal with enquiries and requests from customers and internal staff by telephone and email. You will be supporting the General Manager and senior depot staff with all administration duties to ensure business activities throughout the region run smoothly on a day-to-day basis. To be successful in this role, you must be organised and a confident team player. Administrator Duties: • Dealing with enquiries and requests from customers, key-stakeholders and internal staff, by telephone and email. • Processing orders and application forms. • Updating records to ensure the data we hold is accurate. Administrator Requirements: • Previous experience working in an administration role within an office environment • Good IT computer skills – Microsoft Word and Excel experience is essential • Excellent planning and organisational skills • Excellent attention to detail, with accuracy in your work and ability to work towards deadlines • Strong verbal and written communication skills, you must be a team player and have a can-do positive attitude

Client-Facing Office Administrator (Temporary Access / Scaffolding) – Kenfig Depot […]

We’re Hiring! - Scaffolders - (All Grades) - Competitive Rates Milford Haven - Pembrokeshire - South Wales ** Immediate Start with Long-Term Employment Opportunity ** We are looking for experienced Part 1, Part 2 or Advanced Scaffolders to work on our client’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal in Milford Haven, to support project works. You will be erecting and dismantling scaffolding, both tube & fitting and system scaffolds, on our client’s industrial site and successful candidates will report to the Enigma Industrial Services, South Wales Distribution Centre at Kenfig near Port Talbot. Candidates must hold a CISRS accreditation and have an appetite for maximising their potential. Responsibilities Successful applicants will need to be able to work as part of a team and be fully conversant with current Health and Safety at work procedures and legislation surrounding construction works and scaffold erection/dismantling. What we are looking for • Candidates must be CISRS Registered. • Part 1, Part 2 or Advanced Scaffolders required. • Ability to use the tools and instruments of the scaffolding trade. • Ability to think quickly and implement safety practices. • Good communication skills. • Responsible and respectful. • Organised, diligent and methodical. • Using coordination and working with a team. • Must have own transport

We’re Hiring! – Scaffolders – (All Grades) – Competitive Rates […]

We’re Hiring! - Thermal Insulation Engineers (Milford Haven - Pembrokeshire - South Wales) 50 Hours per week Monday to Friday Immediate Start with Long-Term Employment Opportunity We are looking for experienced Thermal Insulation Engineers to work on our client’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal in Milford Haven, to support outage and maintenance projects. The ideal candidates will be confident in delivering all aspects of thermal insulation and metal works where required and will report to the Enigma Industrial Services, South Wales Distribution Centre at Kenfig near Port Talbot. This role is a permanent position on a long term maintenance contract. Candidates must hold a CISRS accreditation and have an appetite for maximising their potential. General Responsibilities • Carry out work in a safe manner in accordance with site rules and regulations. • Appreciation of industry-standard safe working practices including permit to work systems, COSHH, risk assessments and accident/incident reporting. • Ensure that all work is undertaken within the job holder’s own level of demonstrated competence. Thermal Insulation Engineer Responsibilities: • Competent in the identification and installation of Thermal Insulation materials, material types, dimensions, and material densities. • Knowledge of the specifications being applied such as heat conservation, winterisation, refrigeration etc. and the parameters of their application. • Experience in measuring for off-site fabrication as well as ability to cut and fit metal on site. This is to include, but is not limited to, pipework, valves, flanges, tees, reducers, cap ends, bends, vessels and tanks. • To be able to utilise / install alternative finish coatings. • The ability to accurately identify specific lines / equipment from drawings to ensure the correct specification is installed. What we are looking for • Basic literacy and numeracy skills. • Manual handling. • Appreciation of industry safety standards and procedures. • Experience in working within a customer-focused environment. • Ability to work effectively as part of a team and as an individual. • Someone who takes responsibility for their own actions. To be considered for this position you must have previous experience working in a similar role. Established in 1935, Enigma Industrial Services are an equal opportunities employer. For more information on working at Enigma, please, visit. https://www.enigma-is.com/working-at-enigma/ Enigma Industrial Services are a Leading Provider of Access & Industrial Services

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Scaffolding Inspector/Supervisor required – South West Region (Hourly Paid – Full Time Position)

The primary responsibilities include performing Statutory Scaffolding Inspections (Tube & Fitting, Kwikstage and HAKI System Scaffold), Ad hoc & Scheduled Monitoring Scaffolding Inspections, and Scaffolding Audits. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing projects and liaising with site managers by agreeing on programme of work schedules and ensuring budget control and the efficient management of labour. To be considered for the role you must hold a CISRS Advanced Inspection card. Ideally, you will also hold a SSSTS card however, full training can be provided. The successful candidate will be based at the Kenfig depot and cover the South West region.

As a Scaffolding Inspector/Supervisor, you will be required to be self-driven and will ideally have previous experience supervising scaffolding projects within both town works and industrial environments. The ability to successfully manage staff, programmes of work, method statements and risk assessments will be essential to this role as well as being able to communicate with our client onsite. We are looking for someone who can demonstrate excellent leadership skills to help meet deadlines.

The role will include the following:

• Being responsible with project Method Statements & Risk Assessments.

• Dealing with Health & Safety on site and working with the Health and Safety Manager to ensure Health & Safety standards are met and maintained.

• Conducting site staff inductions and toolbox talks, completing timesheets, and arranging appropriate staffing cover on projects.

• Running projects from handover to completion, you will oversee multiple projects and assist with erecting and dismantling scaffolding as and when required.

• Establishing and maintaining excellent working relationships with clients.

• Managing systems to facilitate the successful delivery of projects including project planning mechanisms, monitoring and evaluation systems, quality assurance systems and contract management systems.

• Ensuring that projects run to schedule and budget.

• Achieving set business targets as set by the General Manager.

• Assisting the wider Enigma team on-site to ensure daily operations run smoothly.

• Representing the company in a professional capacity in liaison with our clients and workforce.

• Maintaining legal compliance on behalf of the company and our clients.

• Auditing projects and scaffolding structures in compliance to company policy and industry guidance.

• Ensuring industry best practice is adhered to for works at height and scaffold delivery.

• Identifying non-conformities

• Carrying out thorough examination of fall protection equipment where required.

• Providing guidance and advice to our staff.

• Producing statutory and company reports as required.

• Ensuring correct Scaffolding standards remain consistently high across the business.

• Delivering both theoretical & practical training briefings where required.

You will ensure programmes of work are managed and find solutions to problems that may cause delays, such as the late arrival of materials/equipment etc, whilst maintaining strict quality control procedures and safety compliance on all projects and works.

To be successful in this role you must be a positive ambassador of Enigma’s core values of Insight, Innovation, Inclusivity, Investment, and Integrity. By demonstrating our ethos and governance to ensure these are adhered to by all staff working on-site. You will need to be a good communicator and will need to liaise with other departments such as Health and Safety, Quality and HR as and when required.

Experience:

Candidates must have previous Scaffolding experience, a valid Advanced Inspection CISRS card and a full clean driving license, plus an SSSTS card is desirable but not essential, training will be provided. Candidates are also expected to be computer literate and have excellent communication skills.

Scaffolding Inspector/Supervisor required – South West Region (Hourly Paid – […]

Are you NOT fazed by the thought of working at height and enjoy being outdoors? Would you like a physical job where you can earn, gain new skills/qualifications, and learn a professional trade. Enigma is a leading provider of access and industrial services and are currently recruiting for scaffolding apprenticeship roles to support our client’s new-build housing and construction sites throughout Newcastle and the North-East region. Successful candidates will join our established teams working on these sites and report to our Newcastle depot. Ideally, before applying for the apprenticeship roles, you will have the following, but not essential:
  • Previous construction experience is advantageous, or any physical outdoor role/experience.
  • A valid CSCS card is advantageous (Or having completed a Health & Safety Test within the last 2 years).
Please note: The minimum age to apply is 16. However, due to the job being site work, applicants must compete a young person at work risk assessment and are required to work under full supervision from a charge hand or supervisor. On-site you'll begin by loading out scaffolding materials and you will be taught manual handling, health and safety rules, and basic scaffolding knowledge, including correctly identifying equipment. Additionally, you will undertake manual handling and COTS (CISRS Operative Training Scheme) training whilst working in our yards. As your confidence and knowledge improve, you will be given more responsibilities, to continually develop and learn the skills necessary to become a qualified Scaffolder. All our Apprentice Scaffolders attend college which is arranged after you have passed your probationary period. To gain your qualification to become a qualified Scaffolder the training normally takes up to 2-years, or more dependent on the qualifications needed. During training, you will attend a Construction Training Centre to carry out your Part 1 and Part 2 qualifications and then again to complete your final assessment before gaining your qualification. It’s important to remember before applying for this role, that you understand being a scaffolder is a physically demanding job which must be done in all weather conditions. We’re looking for people who work well in a team and have a positive and respectful attitude come rain or shine! Reach new heights with a rewarding career in Scaffolding at Enigma by gaining practical on-the-job skills and professional scaffolding qualifications with industry-leading structured training courses. Join an accredited safety-first organisation, Enigma is a founder member of the NASC National Access & Scaffolding Confederation. For more information on the apprenticeship opportunities throughout the UK, please, email: hr_assist@enigma-is.com

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Administration Personnel
Edinburgh
Posted 7 months ago
Contracts Supervisor - Edinburgh, Access Services Sector Enigma Industrial Services Ltd are looking to recruit a Contracts Supervisor to work with their Access team in Edinburgh. Responsible for managing contracts and liaising with site managers; agreeing a programme of works and ensuring budget control and management of labour Full Job Description As a Contracts Supervisor, you will be required to be self-driven with previous experience in supervising on high profile and complex scaffolding projects. The ability to successfully manage staff, programmes of work, method statements and risk assessments will be essential to this role as well as being able to communicate with clients and management at all levels. The role will include the following: Responsible with project Method Statements & Risk Assessments Dealing with Health & Safety on site and working with Health and Safety Manager to ensure Health & Safety standards are met and maintained and in conducting investigations. Conducting site staff inductions and tool box talks Completing timesheets and arranging appropriate staffing cover on projects. Running projects from handover to completion Overseeing multiple projects Assisting with erecting and dismantling scaffolding as and when required. Establishing and maintaining excellent working relationships with clients. Managing systems to facilitate successful delivery of projects including project planning mechanisms, monitoring and evaluation systems, quality assurance systems and contract management systems. Ensuring that projects runs to schedule and to budget. Achieving set business targets as set by the General Manager. Ensuring programmes of work are managed and finding solutions to problems that may cause delays, such as the late arrival of materials / equipment etc, maintaining strict quality control procedures on all projects and works. Understanding the Company’s and Groups ethos and governance and ensuring these are adhered to by all staff within the Company Liaising with other departments such as Health and Safety, Quality and HR as and when required Experience: Candidates must have previous Scaffolding experience, SSSTS, a valid CISRS card and a full clean driving license. Candidates are also expected to be computer literate and have excellent communication skills. Scaffolding: 5 years (required) Supervision: 3 years (required) A competitive salary, company vehicle, plus excellent benefits and opportunities for career development

Contracts Supervisor – Edinburgh, Access Services Sector Enigma Industrial Services […]

Based at our Newcastle Branch, we are looking for a Yard Operative to carry out general labouring duties. This includes loading and unloading materials to ensure they are collected and selected by following daily work plan schedules. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working with tube & fitting scaffold components and hold a valid Forklift truck licence, however, training will be provided. We are looking for someone who has the desire and willingness to undertake any necessary training and learning to progress their career. For more information or to apply for the role, please, call our Newcastle office on 0191 414 2481 Alternatively, email: recruit@enigma-is.com Responsibilities • Carry out tasks in a safe manner as directed by your line manager/supervisor and in accordance with company procedures and site rules/regulations. • Responsible for your personal safety, your colleagues and the general public at all times, you must be able to work as a team member. • An appreciation of industry-standard safe working practices including permit to work systems, COSHH, risk assessments and accident /incident reporting. • Ensure that all work is undertaken within the jobholder’s own level of demonstrated competence. • Assist the team with the provision of stock, including quality, control and stock maintenance requirements. • Manual handling duties including stacking, packing and safe storage of materials. What we are looking for • Possess basic literacy and numeracy skills. • Preferably you will have a CSCS (labour level) card. However, training will be provided upon commencement to obtain a CSCS card. • Someone who has an appreciation or relevant experience in the discipline area. • Able to demonstrate a basic understanding of health & safety standards and practices. • Ability to work effectively as part of a team. • Desire and willingness to undertake any necessary training and continued learning. • Ability to participate in task audits/near miss reporting/plant audits. • Someone who takes responsibility for their own actions and demonstrates pride in completing tasks. • Good housekeeping practices, tidy and organised in areas of work. • Self-motivated and good work ethic. • Desirable – Forklift truck trained with a valid licence. However, training can be provided to the successful candidate.

Based at our Newcastle Branch, we are looking for a […]

Contracts Manager
Preston
Posted 11 months ago
We’re Hiring! - Contracts Manager (Temporary Access / Scaffolding) - Preston Depot (North West Region) The successful candidate will be accountable for safety performance, profitability, compliance with company procedures and service delivery on client’s sites throughout the region. You will be responsible for leading weekly planning meetings to review all project programmes prior to client submission, ensuring the correct manpower, materials and equipment are allocated on sites for maximum productivity. To be successful in this role, you must be able to demonstrate effective leadership skills and have the ability to plan labour effectively to ensure works are delivered efficiently, on time and within budget. You will also need to be a team player with the ability to continually deliver customer-focused service while demonstrating the company culture, values, and ethics through your behaviour. Primarily based at our Preston Depot, additional travel will be required. To visit relevant business unit locations and client’s sites throughout the North West region, with some lodging away from home when needed. Knowledge & skills for the position: • QSHE qualifications, or keen to work towards (i.e. NEBOSH, IOSH) • Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) or equivalent (desirable) • CSRS Advanced Scaffolder Qualification or equivalent (desirable) • Extensive understanding of the Access sector with ideally 5+ years of experience in a similar role (desirable) • Experience of excellent stakeholder management. • Excellent communication skills • Proactive and able to work according to strategic direction. • Must hold a current driving licence. Established in 1935, Enigma Industrial Services are an equal opportunities employer.

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Apprenticeship, Design Engineer
Glasgow
Posted 11 months ago
Enigma-is looking to recruit an Apprentice Scaffold Design Engineer to join the Design Department Team located in Glasgow and help support the business. Reporting to the Design and Engineering Manager, you will be assisting with the design of all types of access and industrial scaffolding projects. Your primary objective will be to assist the in-house team with producing engineered drawings using the latest AutoCAD software supported by structural calculation analysis software. To ensure all design documentation is in accordance with the company procedures including any relevant British and European Standards. This will involve liaising both externally with client representatives and internally with company operations, QSHE and engineering personnel to facilitate the production of accurate compliant designs. The role will require attending university on a weekly day release basis as part of a BSc/BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering Graduate Apprenticeship (SCQF Level 10) course starting in September 2023 and will typically take up to 4 years to complete. The Apprentice Scaffold Design Engineer position provides the perfect opportunity to get paid and gain new practical skills and knowledge while you learn with more than three-quarters of workplace learning counting towards your qualification so you can gain your degree faster. Also, the graduate apprenticeship uses modern blended learning techniques and industry-led projects to limit the number of exam-based assessments. Additionally, you will learn about the practical application of digital technologies for creating efficient digital workflows on the course, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to enhance construction productivity performance. Entry requirements: • Scottish Highers: Standard Entry Requirements: ABBB (114 UCAS Tariff points) including Maths and one Science subject. Minimum Entry Requirements: BBBB (108 UCAS Tariff points) including Maths and one Science subject. • A level’s: BBC (112 UCAS Tariff points) including Maths and one Science subject plus GSCE English and one other Science subject. • Irish Leaving Certificate: H1 H2 H2 H2 plus Maths and English. • Foundation Apprenticeship/Modern Apprenticeship (with additional Scottish Highers as required). • Others: Applicants may also be considered with other academic, vocational, or professional qualifications deemed to be equivalent to those above. • SQA HNC-D / BTEC Level 4-5 HNC-D: Level of entry and or credit awarded being subject to the content of the programme. As part of the apprenticeship scheme, you will be required to attend work placements, with operations on-sites, working towards gaining valuable practical experience. The ideal candidate will be a team player and self-motivated. Also, to be successful in this role incredible attention to detail is essential. The role is based in our Glasgow office with occasional travel throughout the UK to visit client sites and or Enigma depots. In return, we provide a competitive salary and excellent benefits as well as opportunities for further career development. Established in 1935, Enigma Industrial Services are an equal opportunities employer.

Enigma-is looking to recruit an Apprentice Scaffold Design Engineer to […]