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JOBS EDINBURGH MAY 2019

JOBS EDINBURGH MAY 2019

Domestic Assistant @ NHS Grampian [apply here]
Domestic Assistant Seafield Dental Practice Rota: Monday to Friday 0630-0830 or 1700-1900 Applicants would be required to work within a small team providing environmental cleaning for Seafield Dental Practice in Buckie. Must be physically fit for the role, be able to work closely with others and provide a high level of work in a demanding environment. Good communication skills are essential for this role. Informal enquiries should be directed to Anne Morrison on 01466 765044.


Hardware Engineer @ IC Resources [apply here]
In this position, you will be responsible for developing test hardware solutions for prototyping and high-volume manufacture of complex mixed-signal semiconductors and MEMS products. The Hardware Engineer will take ownership of the complete product lifecycle including conceptual design, design reviews with vendors, developing drawings and documentation, approving drawings and release to manufacture.
This company offers a competitive package including share options and a bonus scheme.
If you fulfil the above criteria and would like further details please contact Sasha Booth at IC Resources.


Midwife @ NHS Lothian [apply here]
The post holder will plan and implement maternity care to a caseload of 'high' and 'low' risk women within an integrated maternity service. She/he will be the lead practitioner for the management of low risk pregnancies and births. For 'high' risk pregnancies or specific needs she/he will be required to work closely with the multi-professional team within the acute and primary setting to provide a systematic approach to care. The post-holder will work to uphold the philosophy of care within the unit to ensure that the woman and her family are the central focus of a high quality services and that care provided is individualised.


Property Manager @ SRUC [apply here]
With a range of academic and consultancy services, SRUC is not here just to pass on vital skills today, but also to bring innovation to Scotland’s land based industries for tomorrow.
An exciting and challenging opportunity has arisen for a Property Manager for SRUC. The post will form part of the Property & Estates Group based in Edinburgh.
SAC has a considerable property portfolio and is currently part way through a business case review of the requirements of the estate. Any excess property is leased to external tenants resulting in a large number of commercial, domestic and land leases requiring to be managed.
The Property Manager will be responsible for the management of SRUC’s leasehold liabilities, where we are landlord or tenant. Many of these leases are short term and require routine management. The role is also responsible for management and updating of SRUC’s property asset records including benchmarking data submissions to the Higher Education Statistics Agency, and Scottish Government; liaison with legal advisers and other consultants; managing service charges; marketing surplus property; defining leasehold strategy; preparing business case for new and varied leases; liaison with tenants/landlord and other stakeholders as necessary; management of buildings insurance; sales and acquisitions including Compulsory Purchase Orders.
The successful applicant will be a Chartered Surveyor and have relevant practical experience. They will also be required to work as part of a team leading and managing Leasehold and asset liabilities. A current UK driving licence is essential as the position will involve travelling to SRUC’s various locations throughout Scotland.
The salary will be in the region £30,198 to £35,578 per annum.
This post is fixed term for 12 months.


Regional Manager @ Forestry and Land Scotland [apply here]
Are you a motivating and inspiring leader? Can you enable and empower people to reach their full potential? Have you got what it takes to lead and develop a regional team in Scotland?
Forestry and Land Scotland is a new Scottish Government Agency and has a regional structure across Scotland for both Land Management and Community and Visitor Services. We are looking for an inspiring and inclusive leader to take up the role of Regional Manager for our West Region.
We are looking for a leader who is innovative, creative, and adaptable to change and who is sensitive to the needs of the diverse communities that we serve. We are an organisation that delivers on the ground, and we want to maintain a close connection between local teams, local forests and local stakeholders.
Therefore, we want to hear from aspiring leaders who are up to the challenge of shaping the future of forestry in Scotland. We strongly believe in an inclusive and supportive work culture. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of background. We are currently under-represented by women; therefore we encourage applications from females.
This is one of five Regional Manager posts. Each of these posts report to the Director of Land Management. The post holder will have overall responsibility for 120 staff, and line manage two Planning Managers, a Delivery Manager, Visitor Services Manager, Business Manager and a Land Agent.
Each region of Scotland is unique, so too are the programmes that the Regional Manager will be responsible for overseeing and sustaining. They will include reviewing and developing Land Management plans across the region in a collaborative and progressive way; overseeing our timber marketing and harvesting programmes; renewable energy programmes; our woodland creation and restocking programmes; effective management of wild deer and delivery of environmental and recreation programmes, working closely with customers, suppliers, partners and local communities.
The job location for this role will be flexible and can be agreed on appointment with the Director of Land Management. We have offices at Fort William, Oban and Lochgilphead within the Region. As the post involves dealing with contacts across Scotland, regular travel with occasional stays away from home is a requirement of this post.
You will lead, develop and support the regional team to sustainably manage the National Forests and Land, in line with the priorities in Forestry and Land Scotland’s Corporate Plan.


Research Fellow @ The University of Edinburgh [apply here]
Applications are invited for a Research Fellow to join the University of Edinburgh’s Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics to work on a Medical Research Council (MRC) funded study called PRoGRAM-A (PReventing Gambling RelAted Harm in Adolescents). This 18-month development study will create a school based, peer-led, social network intervention to protect adolescents from gambling related harm.
The successful candidate will require research project management and qualitative/mixed method research skills. They will be involved in all aspects of the study, from research tool design, recruitment, data collection and data management through to analysis, publication and dissemination. You will have a PhD (or near completion) in a relevant area and be able to demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness and a proactive approach to plan and conduct original qualitative research with a range of stakeholders.
The post is part time (28 hours/week) and is fixed term for 18 months.


Staff Nurse @ NHS Lothian [apply here]
As part of a multidisciplinary team the post holder will have responsibility to ensure the delivery of high quality care to patients by the assessment of care needs the development of programmes of care the implementation and the evaluation of these programmes. In the absence of the Deputy / Charge Nurse the post holder may be required to provide cover to ensure effective operation of the ward.


Security Officer @ The Royal Household [apply here]
Our team of dedicated Security Officers provide an essential service: maintaining a safe and secure environment throughout the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
As a visible presence, you'll support access control as well as welcoming staff, guests and the visiting public alike.
Security patrols, fire safety inspections, incident response and daily reporting are also a crucial part of your role.
Ensuring a continued safe environment for all, you’ll monitor and respond to automatic fire detection systems, as well as acting as first-response in the event of a fire or security alert.
The role will involve working outside during routine patrols of the estate, and also in challenging environments such as heights or confined spaces.


Senior Analyst @ Sainsbury's Bank [apply here]
Do you have forecasting & planning experience within a commercially focused role?  Do you have a passion for working with data and numbers, using both to make a difference? 
Would you like to be part of a highly inclusive team where flexible working and colleague development are at the heart of what we do?
If so, we’d love you to join our team!
The forecasting & planning team convert the moving parts into a clear plan; modelling and analysing sales, balances flows, interest rates, closures and churn alongside various other drivers across the bank. You’ll need to build up a deep understanding of our customers and products to add value but we’ll provide training and development to help you do this. We’d love to hear from you if you work with data and have experience using analytical tools to drive value (e.g. SAS, Business Objects, Power BI, Teradata, MySQL, R, Excel). You’ll need to be keen to learn new skills across a range of analytical tools to unlock value for our customers and the business.


Senior Optical Engineer @ JAM Recruitment [apply here]
Senior Optical Engineer urgently required for market leading defence organisation based in Edinburgh.
The Senior Optical Engineer will join a world class optics and laser development team which provides leading-edge solutions into the global defence sector. The extensive product range includes targeting lasers, stabilised laser delivery systems, electro-optic countermeasures solutions and electro-optic targeting and surveillance systems. This position has been created during an exciting period of technology development and business growth, resulting in real opportunities for continuous career development for the motivated individual.
The successful candidate will be involved in the research, design, development and manufacture phases of the product lifecycle.
The optical engineer contributes to system architecture definition, specifies and develops optical designs, carries out analyses and performance simulations, supports the integration and test of systems and works closely with manufacturing colleagues and suppliers to ensure the delivery of high quality products.


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