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job reference: 10511

Temporary Puchase Ledger Clerk

List Recruitment is seeking a Purchase Ledger Clerk for a 3 month temporary contract at a company in Grimsby. The primary responsibility is to ensure that purchase ledger invoices are processed in an accurate and timely manner.

The ideal candidate must be able to work full time hours, 39 hours per week, 08:30 - 17:00 Monday to Thursday and 08:30 - 16:00 on Friday.

We are ideally looking for someone who has come from a purchase ledger background, with experience of processing a high number of invoices daily and would therefore be able to cope well under pressure. The system used is SAP, experience of this would be beneficial but not essential as training will be provided.


  • Previous experience in a similar position with ability to process large volumes of data
  • Knowledge of SAP or similar accounts package
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Accurate, disciplined and self-motivated
  • High level of literacy, numeracy and IT literacy.

location: Grimsby | salary: £7.83 per hour | contract duration: 3 months



job reference: 10510

Quantity Surveyor/Estimator


We are seeking a Quantity Surveyor / Estimator for a client based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire.  This is a full time, contract position with an expected duration of 12 months.  The role sits within the Projects and Construction Group of a large top tier COMAH site, offering an excellent working environment for the successful candidate.

Basic purpose/accountabilities:

  • Responsible for providing contract administration, financial measurement, valuation and certification to construction contracts.
  • Responsible for management and development of the project estimating databases and models and the production of project cost estimates.
  • Supervises agency project QS Team

Primary functions/responsibilities:

Contract Engineer/Administrator (QS)

  • Liaison with construction and procurement groups in the preparation, award and management of construction / fabrication contracts
  • Supervises and directs agency project Quantity Surveyors to achieve required standard of contract cost control
  • Develop and amend "Schedule of Rates" basis to apply to discipline construction contracts
  • Develop and implement processes to measure, value and certify construction works performed
  • Coordinates with 3rd Party Contractors to resolve cost management issues
  • Support project leaders and construction disciplines to negotiate and resolve contract claims and variations
  • Provides advice and guidance on optimal compensation / measurement methods
  • Input to cost monitoring and forecasting of construction projects
  • Manage site instructions and variation orders
  • Through effective contract control has impact on a significant element of the refinery capital budget

Project Cost Estimating

  • Develop and maintain the estimating database and models
  • Interpret project scopes of work and engineering work pack to establish quantity take offs for estimating
  • Understands discipline (Civil, Structural, Piping, Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation, Painting) standards to apply in estimating process
  • Produce cost estimates for all refinery projects; conceptual order of magnitude through to detailed full funding approval levels

Critical Skills and Essential Qualifications

  • Strong negotiation / influencing skills
  • Quantity Survey (QS) trained and certificated
  • Contract knowledge and expertise
  • Computer literacy (Excel, SAP)
  • Analytical skills
  • Ability to rationalise options
  • Strong communication skills both written and oral.
  • Focus in continuous improvement
  • Knowledge of Procurement / Accounting policy
  • High ethical standards
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to interact with contractors
  • Engenders trust

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location: Immingham | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Initial 12 month contract



job reference: 10508

Maintenance Manager


List Recruitment is seeking an experienced Maintenance Manager for a manufacturing site in Grimsby.  This is a full time long term contract position.

The purpose of the role is to manage and control the Maintenance and Reliability operations for the business to give optimum performance with regard to the functions listed:

  • Management of Maintenance Team
  • Maintenance/Reliability best practice delivery
  • Capital Project management
  • Maintenance stock management
  • Maintenance Budgetary Control.

Knowledge, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Degree or Time Served Engineer
  • 5+ years' experience in a Maintenance Manager role within the manufacturing industry
  • Formal IOSH/NEBOSH Qualification
  • Demonstrate previous experience of delivering 'best practice' maintenance strategies
  • Well versed in Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
  • Experience of implementing preventative maintenance and asset care systems within the process industries
  • Excellent communication skills.



  • Ensures Engineering operations are compliant with all local & statutory EHS requirements
  • Ensures that the maintenance management systems comply with the requirements of ISO14001 & ISO18001 standards
  • Ensures the management and implementation of Engineering Safety Critical Systems
  • Manages departmental delivery against key performance indicators
  • Authorised Signatory within the Permit to Work system.


  • Develop, implement and review Site Engineering Standards (e.g. PED, LOLER, PUWER) to meet equipment specifications
  • Identify Engineering critical KPI's & monitor/react to them giving sustainable engineering solutions
  • Ensures that the maintenance management systems comply with the requirements of ISO9001 & BRC standards.


  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with rapidly changing priorities
  • Directs and controls all maintenance activities in order to maximise equipment availability and reliability to meet production requirements at the lowest cost
  • Develop and improve all aspects of Engineering operational control, management of change and emergency planning that form part of the business & key risk control systems
  • Manage and drive planned vs breakdown ratio to minimise operational downtime
  • Ensuring that processes, equipment and facilities are maintained and monitored effectively to maximise Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • Organisation of plant and building maintenance work & labour requirements
  • Organisation of contract personnel & other 3rd party organisations including maintenance contracts.


  • Leadership abilities
  • Planning skills
  • Ensure Engineering team is organised and developed to maximise their contribution
  • Reviews engineering team performance through the PDR system and develops appropriate training plans
  • Management of external engineering/project contract labour.

P&L Ownership for Maintenance

  • Ability to work to a pre-determined budget
  • Establishes and controls the expenditure of the annual maintenance budget
  • Continually looks for opportunities for cost optimisation
  • Formulates, for approval, a programme of annual investment justified on projected capacities and improved efficiencies.

location: Grimsby | salary: Competitive | contract duration: Long term contract



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