Shaun Coston

Recruitment Support Consultant

I have recently joined the team at AAP3 as a Recruitment Support Consultant. I am looking forward to getting involved in a more competitive recruitment environment having previously worked in recruitment for the NHS.

In my free time I am a professional wrestler and enjoy spending time in the gym.


NavCom Service Engineer

  • Surrey
  • Permanent
  • £28000.00 - £34000.00 per annum

If you have a passion for engineering and are looking for your next challenge, being part of the engineering team could be the career boost you are looking for. Join a fast paced, diverse & Friendly team with a can-do attitude, work on all types of vessels from super tankers to mega yachts. With Master/Tier1 distribution partner status with many leading brands in the industry we offer, ongoing Manufacture's training, as well as all the technical support you will need.

NavCom Service Engineer

Overview

If you have a passion for engineering and are looking for your next challenge, being part of the NSSLGlobal Service engineering team could be the career boost you are looking for. Join a fast paced, diverse & Friendly team with a can-do attitude, work on all types of vessels from super tankers to mega yachts.
With Master/Tier1 distribution partner status with many leading brands in the industry we offer, ongoing Manufacture’s training, as well as all the technical support you will need. The successful candidate will be working either alone on in a team of other engineers.

Responsibilities:

− VDR-APTs
− Radio Surveys
− Installation, repair and maintaining GMDSS Equipment
− Installation, repair and maintaining Navigational equipment
− Installation, repair and maintaining VSAT Satellite Broadband
− Working on Retrofit projects completing whole bridge installs and large system integrations

Candidate requirements:

− Good standard at a higher level HNC/ONC/NVQ Level or equivalent national standard education
− Preferably a skill base education/qualification with an I.T/ Engineering based
− Current Driving Licence
− Able to pass marine/offshore worker medical examination
− Valid Passport
− 3+ Years of Marine Service Engineer experience
− In-depth knowledge of electronic/electrical engineering
− GMDSS Radio Operator / Maintainer License preferred

About us:

We are a leading independent provider of Satellite Communications and IT managed solutions with innovation and customer service at the core of our DNA. With over 50 years of experience in the Government and Maritime markets, we leverage deep customer understanding and engineering know-how to deliver technical solutions tailored to our customers unique requirements. We provide broadband VSAT and narrowband services across Ka, Ku, C and L Bands from multiple constellations, Push to Talk capabilities, navigation, positioning and IT solutions.

We enable Commercial, Government and Defence customers to communicate globally at sea, on land and in the air. Offering a range of services including Voice and Data, Safety at Sea, and crew welfare including Wi-Fi, BYOD calling and media and TV content. During disasters our communications services help those in need, and those bringing assistance, bypassing local terrestrial networks. We provide communications on every Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel, provide communications to high readiness Commando, Army and RAF units, specialist RAF aircraft and support joint and single service users at home and abroad.

We are a fair and ethical employer and all staff benefit from healthcare, pension contributions, a flexible working environment according to role and skills growth. Headquartered in Redhill, Surrey and with engineering hubs in Newcastle and Cornwall, we also have a global footprint with offices located across Germany, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Singapore, Japan and the United States.

Location and Commitments:

− Permanent Full Time Position based in the UK at either Newcastle, Plymouth / Falmouth, Hull, Liverpool, Portsmouth. However, positions also available in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands and Germany please contact us for details
− Competitive Salary.
− Annual bonus based on company and individual performance.
− Pension matched up 7.5%.
− 25 holiday days per year, plus bank holidays.
− Onsite Gym at the Redhill office.
− Free Parking.

For more information on both contract and permanent roles via aap3, industry news and updates, check out our brand new website, follow our aap3 Recruitment page on Linkedin and follow us on twitter @aap3recruitment


Technical Project Engineer

  • Surrey
  • Permanent
  • £40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum

Supporting the Service & Delivery Team Lead, you will manage the service delivery and through life support of Commercial and Government land and maritime projects.

Technical Project Engineer

Overview:

Supporting the Service & Delivery Team Lead, you will manage the service delivery and through life support
of Commercial and Government land and maritime projects.

Responsibilities:

− Ensure professional, thorough and accurate management including documentation, customer liaison
and internal reviews.
− Planning, tracking and risk management
− Contractual Management – understanding and managing to the terms of the contract including
compliance with stringent KPIs.
− Financial management including supporting costing for proposals and ensuring projects are delivered
on time and on budget.
− Ensure professional, thorough and accurate management including documentation, customer liaison
and internal reviews.
− This role will involve hands on engineering support including visits to customer sites and vessels and
supporting and directing the engineers as required.

Candidate requirements:

− Must have hands on technical experience in terms of engineering or project engineer activities.
− Maritime or Satellite engineering experience advantageous as is a background in Communications
and/or IT and/or satellite installation on maritime vessels or customer land sites.
− Must be able to demonstrate technical competency in all that you do with a right first time, every
time attitude.
− At least 3 years hands on project/service management experience or managing installations
− A motivated, can-do individual who is experienced in taking responsibility, is proactive, organized
and can independently deliver results on both departmental and business projects.
− Commercially aware with excellent presentation skills with ability to explain complex issues, products
and solutions to both technical and non-technical audiences.
− Excellent customer support skills and ability to interact with customers both on the phone and in
meetings.
− Ability to be able achieve DV security clearance.

About us:

We are a leading independent provider of Satellite Communications and IT managed solutions with
innovation and customer service at the core of our DNA. With over 50 years of experience in the
Government and Maritime markets, we leverage deep customer understanding and engineering know-how
to deliver technical solutions tailored to our customers unique requirements. We provide broadband VSAT
and narrowband services across Ka, Ku, C and L Bands from multiple constellations, Push to Talk capabilities,
navigation, positioning and IT solutions.

We enable Commercial, Government and Defence customers to communicate globally at sea, on
land and in the air. Offering a range of services including Voice and Data, Safety at Sea, and crew welfare
including WiFi, BYOD calling and media and TV content. During disasters our communications services help
those in need, and those bringing assistance, bypassing local terrestrial networks. We provide
communications on every Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel, provide communications to high
readiness Commando, Army and RAF units, specialist RAF aircraft and support joint and single service users
at home and abroad.

We are a fair and ethical employer and all staff benefit from healthcare, pension contributions, a
flexible working environment according to role and skills growth. Headquartered in Redhill, Surrey and
with engineering hubs in Newcastle and Cornwall, we also have a global footprint with offices located across
Germany, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Singapore, Japan and the United States.

Location and Commitments:

− Permanent Full Time Position
− This role could be based in our in our UK (Redhill or Newcastle), Norway (Oslo), Denmark
(Copenhagen), or Germany (Hamburg) offices. You need to be located within 1 hour travel of the
applicable office.
− This role may require travel internationally for visiting customers HQ’s as well as on location project
engineering management as required by the customer.
− On completion of probation, you will be eligible to join our hybrid working schemes which are either:

  • Time in Lieu – Working up to 1 hour per day before/after work to gain an extra day off a month.
  • Work from home on Wednesday’s & Friday’s.

− Annual bonus based on company and individual performance.
− Pension matched up 7.5%.
− 25 holiday days per year, plus bank holidays.
− Onsite Gym at the Redhill offices.
− Free Parking.
− Competitive Salary.

For more information on both contract and permanent roles via aap3, industry news and updates, check out our brand new website, follow our aap3 Recruitment page on Linkedin and follow us on twitter @aap3recruitment


Technical Project Manager

  • Surrey
  • Permanent
  • £40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum

Supporting the Service & Delivery Team Lead, you will manage the delivery and through life support of the UK MoD and other UK, European Government Naval Projects.

Technical Project Manager

Overview:

Supporting the Service & Delivery Team Lead, you will manage the delivery and through life support of the
UK MoD and other UK, European Government Naval Projects.

Responsibilities:

− Ensure professional, thorough and accurate management including documentation, customer liaison
and internal reviews.
− Planning, tracking and risk management
− Contractual Management – understanding and managing to the terms of the contract including
compliance with stringent KPIs.
− Financial management including supporting costing for proposals, RFPs and ensuring projects are
delivered on time and on budget.
− Ensure professional, thorough and accurate management including documentation, customer liaison
and internal reviews.

Candidate requirements:

− Must have experience of working in UK MOD, specifically on the planning, implementation and support of services on Royal Navy/MOD maritime platforms.
− Must have technical experience in terms of engineering or project engineer activities.
− Ex MOD or military would be advantageous.
− Must be able to demonstrate technical competency in all that they do with a right first time, every time attitude.
− At least 3 years hands on project/service management experience.
− A motivated, can-do individual who is experienced in taking responsibility, is proactive, organized and can independently deliver results on both departmental and business projects.
− Commercially aware with excellent presentation skills with ability to explain complex issues, products and solutions to both technical and non-technical audiences.
− Excellent customer support skills and ability to interact with customers both on the phone and in meetings.
− Ability to be able achieve DV security clearance

About us:

We are a leading independent provider of Satellite Communications and IT managed solutions with
innovation and customer service at the core of our DNA. With over 50 years of experience in the
Government and Maritime markets, we leverage deep customer understanding and engineering know-how
to deliver technical solutions tailored to our customers unique requirements. We provide broadband VSAT
and narrowband services across Ka, Ku, C and L Bands from multiple constellations, Push to Talk capabilities,
navigation, positioning and IT solutions.

We enable Commercial, Government and Defence customers to communicate globally at sea, on
land and in the air. Offering a range of services including Voice and Data, Safety at Sea, and crew welfare
including WiFi, BYOD calling and media and TV content. During disasters our communications services help
those in need, and those bringing assistance, bypassing local terrestrial networks. We provide
communications on every Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel, provide communications to high
readiness Commando, Army and RAF units, specialist RAF aircraft and support joint and single service users
at home and abroad.

We are a fair and ethical employer and all staff benefit from healthcare, pension contributions, a
flexible working environment according to role and skills growth. Headquartered in Redhill, Surrey and
with engineering hubs in Newcastle and Cornwall, we also have a global footprint with offices located across
Germany, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Singapore, Japan and the United States.

Location and Commitments:

− Permanent Full Time Position, based out of our Redhill Office so need to be around 1 hour travel from the office, however with regular visits to customers sites.
− On completion of probation, you will be eligible to join our hybrid working schemes which are either:

  • Time in Lieu – Working up to 1 hour per day before/after work to gain an extra day off a month.
  • Work from home on Wednesday’s & Friday’s.

− Annual bonus based on company and individual performance.
− Pension matched up 7.5%.
− 25 holiday days per year, plus bank holidays.
− Onsite Gym at the Redhill offices.
− Free Parking.
− Competitive Salary.

For more information on both contract and permanent roles via aap3, industry news and updates, check out our brand new website, follow our aap3 Recruitment page on Linkedin and follow us on twitter @aap3recruitment


Radar Software Assurance Engineer

  • Lancashire
  • Contract
  • Up to £53.35 per hour + Inside IR35

This is an exciting role for a Software Assurance Engineer in support of the software development effort on various Radar programmes. The role sits within the EDR team based in Warton, working closely with the Radar Equipment Supplier (EuroRadar, Leonardo-UK, Hensoldt, Leonardo-IT and Indra), Eurofighter GmbH and other System Design Responsibility (SDR) engineering disciplines.

Radar Software Assurance Engineer

This is an exciting role for a Software Assurance Engineer working within the Eurofighter Typhoon Radar Equipment Design Responsibility (EDR) team, in support of the software development effort on various Radar programmes. The role sits within the EDR team based in Warton, working closely with the Radar Equipment Supplier (EuroRadar, Leonardo-UK, Hensoldt, Leonardo-IT and Indra), Eurofighter GmbH and other System Design Responsibility (SDR) engineering disciplines.

The successful candidate will be part of a small team with responsibility for managing all Radar software assurance activities. This exciting role requires a wide range of engineering skills, teamwork and product focus to ensure any supplier-provided software is compliant with relevant software development plans and standards. The successful applicant will possess an awareness of software development processes, preferably in an airborne real time environment. A Software Engineer or a Systems Engineer who has worked closely with Software/ Software Engineers will be considered for the role. The role requires strong written and verbal communication skills, coupled with the ability to manage a continually evolving workload.

Due to the nature of working with the Radar Supplier and other stakeholders, the job holder will be required to travel within the UK and mainland Europe on a regular basis.

Job Description

WORKING HOURS

– 5 days p/wk (Mon-Fri) around relevant site core hours (7am – 6pm Mon – Thurs, 7am – 12.30pm Fri).

– Hours required to work per week are 37.00 unless otherwise stated (this does not include lunch breaks).
– Start and finish times to be agreed with local Line Management, in accordance with local site core hours.

– Dependant on workload, local management may request more or less hours are worked within this contract.

– Hybrid Working – there will be a requirement to attend site 60% (3 days per week) of the time.

Additional Information

The successful candidate will be required to perform tasks suitable to the internal level of this role. The role will contain, but will not be limited to, the following:

  • Undertake assessment of Radar software product and process compliance against supplier Software Development Plans and Software Validation & Verification Plans.
  • Build relationships and networks across the Supplier, Eurofighter Partner Company and Customer communities.
  • Assess and support the team to resolve supplier deviations to Eurofighter System & Software Development Standards.
  • Conduct the review of Supplier Data Requirement Lists and associated documents, in support of regular Radar product iterations, releases and clearances.
  • Attend and support Supplier Software Lifecycle Reviews.
  • Support software audits at Supplier premises.
  • Engage with a culture of continuous improvement within the Radar Software Assurance team.

Responsibilities

  • A HND (or equivalent) in a STEM subject or equivalent relevant experience (preferably with Software or Systems Engineering focus).
  • An excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Good team-working skills
  • A proactive approach to problem solving
  • Effective communication skills

The candidate must be good with Microsoft Office Excel and PowerPoint and excellent with Word, and Outlook

Communication, Team Working and Motivation are Essential

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Supply Chain Professional

  • Hampshire
  • Contract
  • Up to £19.94 per hour + Inside IR35

Applies Supply Chain processes (Procurement, Logistics or Planning) within projects or business functions and works with other functional representatives and/or customers and suppliers to meet operational needs of line management and the business. Requires a good professional knowledge and understanding of Supply Chain principles and practices, including an understanding of the impact and implications of decisions made across the wider Supply Chain.

Supply Chain Professional

Overview

Applies Supply Chain processes (Procurement, Logistics or Planning) within projects or business functions and works with other functional representatives and/or customers and suppliers to meet operational needs of line management and the business.

Requires a good professional knowledge and understanding of Supply Chain principles and practices, including an understanding of the impact and implications of decisions made across the wider Supply Chain.

Core Duties

Procurement

  • The Procurement Professional develops and applies procurement processes within projects or business functions to source goods and services, either for routine purchases or for lower value/risk non-standard items or services
  • The Procurement Professional works with other functional representatives and/or customers and suppliers to meet operational needs of line management and the business, and to ensure that quality, cost and delivery considerations are factored into procurement decisions
  • The role requires a solid professional knowledge and understanding of procurement principles and practices, including an understanding of the impact and implications of decisions made to business stakeholders and suppliers

Logisitcs

  • The Logistics Professional will use apply their knowledge of logistics processes and technologies to ensure that these meet BAE Systems’ and the customer’s requirements
  • This will include maintaining and updating the warehousing infrastructure and processes as required by the business , operating warehousing processes to meet agreed service levels , as well as understanding the key issues in relation to transport management. Furthermore the Logistics Professional will interface with stakeholders both inside and outside of Supply Chain, and appreciate the impacts of logistics decisions on the Supply Chain as a whole
  • The Logistics Professional may also be asked to play a role in identifying and delivering improvements to logistics processes both within Supply Chain and as part of cross-functional teams

Planning

  • The Logistics Professional will use apply their knowledge of logistics processes and technologies to ensure that these meet BAE Systems’ and the customer’s requirements
  • This will include maintaining and updating the warehousing infrastructure and processes as required by the business , operating warehousing processes to meet agreed service levels , as well as understanding the key issues in relation to transport management. Furthermore the Logistics Professional will interface with stakeholdersboth inside and outside of Supply Chain, and appreciate the impacts of logistics decisions on the Supply Chain as a whole
  • The Logistics Professional may also be asked to play a role in identifying and delivering improvements to logistics processes both within Supply Chain and as part of cross-functional teams

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Global Mobility Tax Advisor

  • Lancashire
  • Contract
  • Up to £15.30 per hour + Inside IR35

As a Tax Advisor within Global Mobility Services, the individual will have responsibility for providing technical specialist advice and managing centralised compliance administration across the Global Mobility Service, ensuring compliance with Global Income Taxes and Social Security in home and host countries.

Global Mobility Tax Advisor

Overview

As a Tax Advisor within Global Mobility Services, the individual will have responsibility for providing technical specialist advice and managing centralised compliance administration across the Global Mobility Service, ensuring compliance with Global Income Taxes and Social Security in home and host countries.

Core Duties

  • Responsible for the day to day management of annual tax return processes, requiring regular interaction with BAE Systems external Global Tax Provider and assignees.
  • Responsible for the collation of employee authorisation lists for tax return services, ensuring full use of reporting functionality of Global Mobility software.
  • Responsible for compensation and benefit data collection and analysis to meet tax filing requirements / host shadow payroll inputs.
  • Manage Tax administration – tax payments, tax fee note validation to ensure compliance.
  • Support the Global Mobility Tax Manager in the development of best practice solutions for international mobility compliance that meets the needs of the business in line with policy.
  • Support the Global Mobility Tax Manager, ensuring compliance and reporting activities are up to date including tax returns, Business Traveller processes and reporting.
  • Working with the wider compliance team to flex with team demand, including the Immigration and Payroll teams.
  • Manage central communication with assignees on tax return process requirements.
  • Responsible for notifying assignee compensation changes to BAE Systems tax provider
  • Support continuous improvement of global tax administration processes with a strong focus on how they can be made more efficient and effective.
  • Facilitate payment of invoice administration (bulk) including business recharge paperwork.
  • Liaising with employee to facilitate tax refunds.
  • Management of employee tax queries.
  • Responsible for ensuring centralised Global Mobility assignment documentation i.e. process checklists and work instructions are current and accurate.
  • Ensure GDPR legislation is adhered to when transferring employee data internally and externally and ensure robust governance and control of all data received.
  • Support to other Advisors as required to allow resource flex across the team.

Requirements

Business Expertise (company/industry knowledge):

  • Good knowledge of Global Mobility / International assignment policies and processes
  • Good understanding of the business and its strategic priorities and the businesses international footprint

Functional Knowledge (qualifications/experience):

  • Basic understanding of HR principles and practices
  • Good understanding of GMS principles around personal tax, corporate tax relating to Global Mobility
  • Quality driven, ensuring consistency and compliance

Nature of Impact (on the overall business, e.g. tactical, strategic, responsibility for business area):

  • Responsible for providing technical and administration tax support to the GM team supporting the wider business in managing and delivering all employee deployment activities ensuring compliance with Corporate Tax, Personal Tax and Immigration.

Area of Impact (where is the influence of the role felt?):

  • Act as an integral part of the HR team supporting the provision of mobility solutions/support and guidance to International campaigns.

Problem Solving:

  • Good problem solving skills, ability to deal with ambiguity

Leadership – People Management Requirements:

  • No people management responsibility – day to day workload responsibility to Tax Analyst Support
  • Must be able to work effectively as part of a team

Interpersonal Skills:

  • Good influencing skills
  • Strong organisational skills and able to work under pressure
  • Ability to flex and adapt in line with business priorities
  • Able to work autonomously and collaboratively
  • Effective communication skills (verbal and written)

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Global Mobility Manager

  • Lancashire
  • Contract
  • Up to £29.72 per hour + Inside IR35

As a Global Mobility Manager within Global Mobility Services, the individual will have responsibility for supporting one or more of the Global Mobility Business Partners across the team, managing Global Mobility Services for multiple business areas. The role sits within the Service Delivery team and the individual would manage campaign bids, business advisory and assignee lifecycle management. They would also be expected to manage team wide projects in support of the operational management.

Global Mobility Manager

Overview

As a Global Mobility Manager within Global Mobility Services, the individual will have
responsibility for supporting one or more of the Global Mobility Business Partners
across the team, managing Global Mobility Services for multiple business areas. The
role sits within the Service Delivery team and the individual would manage campaign
bids, business advisory and assignee lifecycle management. The individual would also
be expected to manage team wide projects in support of the operational
management and development of the service.

Core Duties

  • Manage campaign and assignee lifecycle activities, supporting Global Mobility Business Partners, and be the point of contact for HR managers and line managers as required.
  • Support development of employment propositions associated with new or expanding locations taking into consideration the strategic direction of the business.
  • Work as an integrated part of the Business Programme Teams on campaign activities, providing comprehensive solutions/advice and guidance on all mobility issues, ensuring representation from immigration/tax to provide specialist advice.
  • Work collaboratively with key specialists to minimise risks to assignees and the business when considering all overseas projects and providing guidance to bid teams i.e. HR, corporate tax risk, personal tax risk, immigration, policy etc
  • Responsible for educating and supporting management teams on the HR, tax, cost implications and risks of operating overseas (e.g.reputational risk to the Group) and how those risks can be mitigated with appropriate specialist support.
  • Work collaboratively with HR Teams to support developing attraction strategies to ensure key resource can be mobilised in support of campaigns/programmes. Maintain a strong focus on cost management when implementing policy and advising the business on the level of support to be provided to individuals.
  • Support wider team members Management of a team who provide bid support, business advisory, international assignments, international hires, permanent relocations, locally engage employees where there is no local HR support, as well as provision of the full range of international relocation and assignment services.
  • Undertake specific projects in support of the Company’s Global Mobility strategic vision and manage, co-ordinate the delivery of key operational processes and activities.
  • Manage the governance and management of the central policy exception approval process.
  • Manage the centralised Global Mobility assignment documentation i.e. letters and contracts templates, processing checklists and work instructions, ensuring adherence to process.
  • Ensure robust governance and control of all data received by all teams and ensure appropriate levels of validation.
  • Act as the primary point of contact for advice and guidance for key stakeholders, acting as the ‘intelligent supplier’ and identifying opportunities for how the service and end to end processes can be made more efficient and effective
  • Responsible for leading, coaching, managing and motivating teams to achieve the highest standards of performance and accuracy.
  • Manage the end to end assignment process acting as the primary point of contact for the assignee, applying a strong focus on continuous improvement for how the process can be made more efficient and effective
  • Manage stakeholder expectations in terms of key process timings (payroll set up / visa implications etc.)
  • Review paperwork associated with the international assignment/relocation
  • Review and maintain pre-departure briefing packs
  • Review cost estimates for all international assignments/relocations to establish indicative costs for the business
  • Day to day point of contact for third party suppliers associated with assignment/relocation, instructing providers as required (e.g. immigration, tax briefings, removals, etc.) including regional destination service providers??
  • Deliver group and individual assignee briefings as and when required
  • Manage any exception requests in line with the exceptions approval process
  • Maintain accurate assignee data on ECAEnterprise and Success Factors (or equivalent systems)
  • Review production and update of remuneration worksheets for changes in assignee’s circumstances and cyclical activities (Reward review etc.)
  • Review instructions to home and host payrolls for inbound and outbound assignees where required
  • Resolve any queries that require technical input (international payroll instructions, tax queries) or liaise with vendors to reach a solution
  • Review assignment extension / repatriation requests and determine if there are any tax / legal / policy implications
  • Ensure project codes are set up and review individual supplier invoices for approval
  • Maintenance of paper/electronic assignee files
  • Ensure GDPR legislation is adhered to when transferring employee data internally and externally and ensure robust governance and control of all data received.

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Senior Project Controller

  • Lancashire
  • Contract
  • Up to £33.25 per hour + Inside IR35

The successful candidate will be required to perform tasks suitable to the internal level of this role. The role will require establishing and managing the project schedules, tracking spend and controlling project costs and Implementing and utilising Earned Value Management (EVM) methodologies amongst other skills.

Senior Project Controller

Job Description

The successful candidate will be required to perform tasks suitable to the internal level of this role. The role will contain, but will not be limited to, the following:

Establishing and managing the project schedules

  • Tracking spend and controlling project costs
  • Implementing and utilising Earned Value Management (EVM) methodologies
  • Supporting the identification and management of risks and opportunities
  • Analysing project information to enable early identification of problems and then implementing mitigation actions
  • Driving ownership and managing change of the work scope tasks throughout the project team

Essential:

  • Operated a project control system to define progress & identify programme performance issues
  • Experience creating and maintaining project schedules using toolsets such as MSP, Open Plan or P6
  • Experience applying Earned Value Management techniques
  • Demonstrable experience of risk, opportunity and change management

Desirable:

  • A formal project management qualification such APMP, PMQ, PMP or Prince 2
  • Completion of PM competency assessment in Success Factors is advantageous

The role

– 5 days p/wk (Mon-Fri) around relevant site core hours (7am – 6pm Mon – Thurs, 7am – 12.30pm Fri).

– Hours required to work per week are 37.00 unless otherwise stated (this does not include lunch breaks).
– Start and finish times to be agreed with local Line Management, in accordance with local site core hours.
– Lunch break (unpaid) is 42 minutes which will automatically be deducted each working day from 12.30pm to 13.12pm by the electronic time management system.

– Dependant on workload, local management may request more or less hours are worked within this contract.

– Hybrid Working – there will be a requirement to attend site 60% (3 days per week) of the time.

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Principal Engineer – Systems Engineering (Process & Governance)

  • Cumbria
  • Contract
  • Up to £55.85 per hour + Inside IR35

The Principal Engineer will be able to apply their subject matter expertise and domain experience to support submarine programmes through the adequate provision of Process (and process like documentation) and the support to and undertaking of governance activities, strategies and designs. They will provide subject matter expertise and advice to other functional and capability areas to support overall project delivery and performance.

Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance)

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance) will be able to apply their subject matter expertise and domain experience to support submarine programmes through the adequate provision of Process (and process like documentation) and the support to and undertaking of governance activities, strategies and designs.

They will provide subject matter expertise and advice to other functional and capability areas to support overall project delivery and performance.

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and governance) shall have a good understanding of the relevant maritime legislation, industry and defence standards.

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance) will be able to understand and report the programme status for relevant engineering activities, identify problem areas and implement recovery plans. This will include the management of any consequent change embodiment activities.

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance) will have a working knowledge of major developments and changes in Process and Governance tools, technique, strategies and focusses across the business as well as an awareness of major external factors from government, industry and academia which may have a significant impact on the work they undertake and support.

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance) shall utilise their knowledge and experience to lead and, develop others both formally through the delivery of training as well as informal coaching and support.

All of these works will be conducted Safely and to a high level of Quality through the correct application of business process, discipline best practice and suitable use of toolsets.

Engineering
S5

The following activities are typical of the work that may be carried out in full or part dependent on project, programme, functional and business priorities:

  • Provide specialist knowledge and subject matter expertise in the development of engineering processes. Identify the need for, develop, communicate, and maintain processes supporting the entire engineering lifecycle. Understand and articulate the impact of their processes on other areas of the functional and wider business.
  • Provide specialist knowledge and subject matter expertise in the development of tasks, plans, and strategies supporting the governance of engineering activities. Understand and articulate the role of governance within and beyond Engineering.
  • Undertake governance activities from planning through delivery and issue/recommendation implementation.
  • Ensure design proving evidence is comprehensive, captured within the correct tools and documentation and has been endorsed by the appropriate level of authority.
  • Ensure that all process and governance work undertaken is recorded and communicated in line with business and functional processes.
  • Support the development of estimates for the scope of work and resources required to deliver it in order to support bids, proposal development and project planning activities from a process and governance perspective.
  • Support the documentation of domain knowledge and be able to pass on information and expertise in order to help grow the knowledge base within appropriate business teams.
  • Provide technical guidance to other engineers and support the engineering management team in planning and controlling specialist activities.

The Principal Engineer – Systems (Process and Governance) will be responsible for, or provide input, in the form of technical knowledge, process and governance advice and support across engineering and engineering supporting team in all phases of the engineering lifecycle.

  • Deliver appropriate technical solutions against functional and business requirements and regulations both for process development, communication and maintenance as well as for governable activities within engineering.
  • Provide engineering Lifecycle Management (LCM) adherence for all deliverables, and relevant input to project LCM activities.
  • Provide specialist technical input, review and support into projects beyond immediate scope as an independent thereof
  • Leverage process and governance experience and knowledge in both the tactical and strategic development of other engineers and relevant members of other supporting functions.

Subject Knowledge and Qualifications/Other Experience

  • Significant knowledge and expertise of process and/or governance process and practices in the defence, maritime or closely linked industry and the correct recognition of the context of their work within the overall business.
  • Knowledge of the engineering lifecycle with experience of operating in the phase relevant to the role and awareness of the entire engineering lifecycle.
  • The technical understanding of the context of their work within the overall product and platform/programme.
  • A strong understanding of other related project, product, programme, domain, discipline and functional teams of submarines or equivalent external bodies.
  • A strong working understanding of Product Safety and SHE.

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


Finance Advisor – Accounts Receivable

  • Torfaen
  • Contract
  • Up to £16.61 per hour + Inside IR35

We are looking for an experienced hardworking, dependable and motivated individual to join our finance team as an Accounts Receivable Finance Assistant. As a Finance Assistant you will be primarily responsible for the accurate and timely entry, review and distribution of sales invoices, sales order loading and cash allocation. The accounts receivable team is part of a large Finance function within the company with many opportunities for progression.

Accounts Receivable Finance Assistant

We are looking for an experienced hardworking, dependable and motivated individual to join our finance team as an Accounts Receivable Finance Assistant.
As a Finance Assistant you will be primarily responsible for the accurate and timely entry, review and distribution of sales invoices, sales order loading and cash allocation.
The accounts receivable team is part of a large Finance function within BAE Systems with many opportunities for progression.
To help support a positive work life balance, the team operate in a hybrid working environment, allowing a mixture of both home and office based working the suits the needs of both the individual and the business

Role and Responsibilities

Reporting to the Accounts Receivable Supervisor, the role will support the wider Finance team deliver a quality accounting service whilst ensuring our strong financial controls are maintained. You will be expected to interact directly with senior contacts across the business. The role also provides support to other colleagues within the team where required on a variety of tasks such as continuous improvement and governance activities.

Main responsibilities include:

  • Cash Allocation
  • Clearing down Customer Accounts
  • Raising & Distributing Sales Invoices
  • Sales Order inputs and Amendments
  • Reconciliations
  • Issuing Customer Statements
  • Raising Credit notes
  • Issuing Intercompany agreements
  • Attend/Support Debtor meetings
  • Query management and resolution

Your skills and qualifications:

  • Intermediate level Excel skills
  • Good interpersonal and influencing skills
  • Strong organisational skills and a clear communicator
  • Vigilant approach to problem solving
  • Great attention to detail
  • Accounts Receivable experience

What we’re looking for in you:

A self-motivated, enthusiastic individual who is able to prioritise multiple activities and have the ability to work as part of a busy team environment with experience of delivering to strict deadlines. You should have the desire and ability to learn and develop new skills with the ability to embrace change with a ‘can do’ attitude is essential.

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.