Lozells & East Handsworth
Moseley & Kings Heath
Stechford & Yardley North
Sutton Four Oaks
Sutton New Hall
Recently Birmingham's female population has been hit hardest by the difficult economic climate. For instance, in the Ladywood constituency 2,642 women, or just over 7% of the female population, do not have a job. The number of women claiming benefit in Ladywood has risen by nearly 25% during the last 12 months. Most of Birmingham has seen more than a 20% year-on-year increases in female unemployment. In February 2011 the unemployment rate in the West Midlands was 9.8%. The number of people unemployed had risen by 28,000 in the 3 months to December 2010. The West Midlands has the second highest unemployment rate of the UK.
Typical Job ad below for Birmingham or nearby locations (shown as example for job requirements and responsibilities):
Example vacancy only: Business Development-Engineering Components/Cable
Business Development Executive - Industrial Consumables, Wire & Cable Location: West Midlands. Contract Type: Permanent. Please note this job for Business Development-Engineering Components/Cable was advertised some time ago and is now withdrawn. 1. Alternative Title - BDM Fasteners, Sales Representative Engineering Solutions, Field Sales Executive - Supply Solutions, New Business Sales in Cable & Wire, Business Development Manager in Fasteners, Sales Executive Engineering Consumables, OEM New Business Sales Executive Salary: £28-32K Basic + £6K OTE + Car + Pension. 2. ) to engineers/OEM's, was anything but your stereotypical industrial supply merchants they are a "Supply Solutions Company". Many opportunities within the organisation. Due to their "can do attitude" they have gained a deserved reputation for the quality of both their service and, their most important component, the staff. (N.B. Business Development-Engineering Components/Cable is shown for research purposes only.) The COMPANY The prospective employer, a Global distributor of engineering spares/industrial consumables (wire, cable, fasteners, abrasive, adhesive, tape, etc Find Solihull or Dudley as well as Birmingham jobs on the right.
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Key points: As a Lead Railway Telecoms Engineer at HS2 you will The Lead Railway Telecoms Engineer is responsible for developing the technical standards, requirements and specifications to which the system will be designed and constructed as outlined in the CCS strategy. About the vacancy: Leading the engagement and management of stakeholders to make sure a holistic approach for development of engineering solutions Providing technical assurance for telecommunications, both fixed and mobile, data and voice disciplines give LoD Level 1 technical input against designated system Working closely with the wider operations and engineering disciplines to develop Telecoms solutions that consider all relevant systems and sub-systems Lead the development of requirements, specifications and standards which deliver railway capability, while mitigating environmental impacts, within the programme and budget Lead the development of technical solutions involving proof of ideaAct as the technical lead for commercially sensitive aspects such as tender evaluations Leading the management of technical risk for Telecoms works Providing technical expertise and advice relating to Telecoms to the wider project organisation and external stakeholders Manage work packages and suppliers, as required. About You:SKILLS Technical skills to develop robust, traceable technical requirements to facilitate successful execution of engineering contract. Presentation skills to deliver complex written and oral communications and presentations suitable for a broad audience and a diverse group of stakeholders. Work package development and management skills to execute required work packages. skillto manage time and prioritise workstreams appropriately. KNOWLEDGE Fully qualified chartered mechanical or electrical engineer Understanding of development, design and construction of major projects and related environmental issues Application of technical standards, both national and international, which apply to Stations and Building MEP systems design and operation Understanding of the specific technical issues associated with high-speed rail, ventilation building services, pumping, utility connections and public health. Working knowledge of CDM regulations Understanding of relevant modelling software and its role in engineering solution development TYPE OF EXPERIENCE.At least Fifteen years of international experience working on large scale multi-disciplinary projects, including rail stations. Development and delivery of Stations and Building MEP systems associated with railways or the wider industry. Working as part of a multidisciplinary managers and management personnel within a large, complex project Project planning and organisation to meet significant project deadlines It is expected that you will actively promote and embed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in all your work and support and comply with all organisational initiatives, policies and procedures on EDI.About ..........
Key points: My client is a expert contractor in the telecom market, they have grown a great reputation over the last 5 years and currently have several opportunities for splicing teams across several areas of the UK They are an excellent company to work for and are known for having excellent productivity, therefore they have won a large agreementto work on BT lines exchanging copper cables for fibre cables. My client is ideally seeking to employ technicians who can work on overhead and underground cables exchanging old copper cables for new fibre cabling. the employee will need to have PLN, FTTP & FTTH and if possible be BT accredited. the employee will also need to be willing to work with a mate supplied by yourself or the employer. Ideally the employee will be HV authorised and have the skillto splice and blow fibre cables. The client is able to give a great package and are able to give a van or potentially if preferred you could use your own. They require you work 10 hours (working) a day at a minimum and the employee will be asked to work some weekends as well with extra payment. My client is currently seeking to employ teams to cover one of the following areas: South Wales, West Midlands, Dorset or Hampshire ..........