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Peak Scientific Glasgow
23/07/2024
At Peak we strive to attract individuals who will enjoy our culture and values: to put customers first, be innovative, stay agile, always respectful, and show pride and passion. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re passionate about supporting our employees to reach their full potential and exceed our customers’ expectations, and we need your help to realise this. Reporting to the Global Head of Sales, the Sales Analyst will be responsible for the collection, analysis and reporting of sales related data in an on-going effort to increase overall sales productivity and support strategic decision making . The development and tracking of leading/lagging key performance indicators will be critical to enhance the understanding of the business to improve decision making. You will work with our global sales teams regularly to ensure accurate reporting of sales numbers. This will suit someone who enjoys creating and customising reporting dashboards, conducting quantitative and qualitative sales analysis and providing internal support to account management and sales teams whilst scrutinising data integrity within our SAP system. Your duties will include:     Providing bespoke reports and analysis of specific sales data to global sales management team and key account management teams Supporting the global service sales and regional management by ensuring accurate reporting and analysis of performance against KPI’s Collaborating with global sales managers to ensure timely and accurate forecasting of sales and opportunity pipeline Demonstrating a strong understanding of end-to-end business processes, supporting the global Head of Sales to underpin best practice and governance throughout You will have experience of working in a similar role and ideally be educated to degree level. It would be highly beneficial if you have advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Office as well as knowledge of SAP B1. You will also possess: Ability to be comfortable and credible in reviewing and analysing prospective sales data Excellent problem-solving skills, with ability to understand wider scope and impact of business decision making Excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to interact effectively with all levels of management Ability to prioritise, manage time effectively, escalate issues appropriately, and keep information confidential Ability to work independently and problem solve Our values are structured around our colleagues, our customers and our service, and while our approach and atmosphere within the business is fun, friendly and informal, our priority is always on delivering successful outcomes for our customers. These company values are what inform and protect our unique culture, which in turn shapes our brand and differentiates us in the eyes of our partners around the world. At the heart of Peak is a focus on ‘doing the right thing’, it’s an informal approach but one which is well-known and understood throughout our business. Established over 20 years, Peak Scientific is a leading innovator in the design, manufacture and support of high performance gas generators for analytical laboratories, with direct operations in every continent around the world. This success is a result of a continual focus on manufacturing cutting-edge products and in directly supporting customers across the world with industry-leading service and maintenance. With over 20 overseas offices across every continent and over 600 staff globally, Peak is one of Scotland’s manufacturing success stories of the past decade. We are offering hybrid working with flexible start times as well as the opportunity to develop your career within an expanding global organisation. I f you're looking to be valued and appreciated then look no further as we’d love to hear from you. Peak Scientific is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals regardless of their religion and beliefs, race, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, disability or any other protected classification.              
Head Medical
19/07/2024
Opportunity Working as part of a skilful multi-discipline team, Head Medical are seeking Consultant anaesthetists to come work in Scotland's largest city Glasgow. At this award-winning planned care organisation, you will provide general and regional anaesthesia for a range of surgical specialities including orthopaedics, general surgery and colorectal surgery . There is also a particular focus on our highly successful national orthopaedic programme supported by their Enhanced Recovery programme. Based on the outskirts of the city of Glasgow, the anaesthetic department currently comprises 35 consultants. 13 are specifically allocated to general and orthopaedic surgery, with some support from the 22 cardiothoracic anaesthetists. 10 of the cardiothoracic anaesthetists also provide critical care services. Despite the different clinical focus of the individual groups of Consultant Anaesthetists, the department functions as a single entity. The successful candidate will support the work of the general group of anaesthetists and deliver service to the Orthopaedic and general surgical elective programs in this NHS board. The clinical work will include anaesthetic services in theatre, pre-assessment and supporting the Acute Pain Service with 1 personal SPA and the option of covering Saturday working. This can be discussed further on enquiry about post. Shorter contracts 1-3 years initially to ensure the right skill set/fit is available before moving to permanent roles. However, permanent appointments will also be considered for the right candidates. What's on offer? Basic salary of up to £126,841 per annum Extensive training courses accessible Consider making less than full-time appointments, down to a minimum of 2 PAs.  The Hospital 200+ Beds 1800+ staff members 57,500 procedures a year board-wide Exciting time to join this University Hospital. As part of a £80m Scottish Government investment, they are currently expanding orthopaedic and general surgery. This expansion will double thier orthopaedic activity and increase general surgical activity by 160%. The suite of 15 theatres is increasing to 26, opening in stages between 2023-2025 Situated on the banks of the River Clyde in close proximity to Glasgow International Airport and within 30 minutes of the centre of Glasgow by road. Rail links to the direct overnight sleeper service to Euston, London is available from the local station within 5 minutes of the hospital. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are within easy reach. Requirements to apply? Applicants must be registered with the General Medical Council, be listed on the Specialist Register for Anaesthesia (or be within 6 months of entry) and hold an FRCA or equivalent higher qualification, if from out-with the UK Extensive training in Anaesthesia ***Contact me today for a detailed Job Description  - This vacancy is a must for those experienced in the surgery specialities within Anaesthesia.
Head Medical
19/07/2024
Opportunity Working as part of a skilful multi-discipline team, Head Medical are seeking Consultant Ophthalmologists who specialise in high-volume Cataract Surgery to come work at the  largest cataract centre in Scotland . At this award-winning planned care organisation, the Ophthalmology department is extremely flexible and can offer sessions to match the needs of both applicants and service. Based on the outskirts of the city of Glasgow, you'll work at the National Treatment Centre providing access to cataract surgery to patients from across Scotland. The innovative design has been planned around a proven patient pathway supported by a multidisciplinary team including, specialist Ophthalmology Nurses, Optometrists, and Ophthalmologists. There is an ambitious plan to maximise all theatre capacity through the successful recruitment of highly specialised cataract surgeons. Whilst a typical full-time working week will comprise 40 hours (10 PAs), working patterns will be flexible over primarily a Monday to Saturday rota. Shorter contracts 1-3 years initially to ensure the right skill set/fit is available before moving to permanent roles. However, permanent appointments will also be considered for the right candidates. What's on offer? Basic salary of up to £126,841 per annum Extensive training courses accessible Consider making less than full-time appointments, down to a minimum of 2 PAs. Keen to work with other boards to create “split posts”, which is found to work very well. Surgeons do exclusively cataract surgery at this site, and can then pursue other interests. The Hospital 200+ Beds 1800+ staff members 57,500 procedures a year board-wide 98% of patients positively rated their care and treatment Recently purpose-built Eye Centre which will deliver 20 pre-assessment clinics and 60 theatre sessions per week. The design enables high-volume cataract surgery to be performed effectively and efficiently. In 23/24 approximately 11,700 cataract surgeries were performed. Situated on the banks of the River Clyde in close proximity to Glasgow International Airport and within 30 minutes of the centre of Glasgow by road. Rail links to the direct overnight sleeper service to Euston, London is available from the local station within 5 minutes of the hospital. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are within easy reach. Requirements to apply? Applicants must be registered with the General Medical Council, be listed on the Specialist Register (or be within 6 months of entry) and hold an FRCOphth or equivalent higher Surgical qualification, if from out with the UK General Ophthalmology Proficiency in Phacoemulsification and IOL implantation under LA Experienced in large-volume Cataract surgeries (desirable) Experience of clinical supervision of postgraduate training doctors
Head Medical
19/07/2024
Are you a registered nurse with a strong background working in surgical wards and looking to join a reputable agency?  Then look no further!   We work along side a fantastic private hospital in Glasgow and I am looking to speak with nurses who would be interested in joining Head Medical to support their ad hoc requirements.       If you meet the requirements below and this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, get in touch today!   Main Responsibilities Assess patient health problems and needs, developing and implementing nursing care plans Maintain accurate patient medical records Administer prescribed medications and injectable treatments Instruct and educate patients and their families about health promotion, disease prevention and follow-up care Assess and coordinate patient’s discharge planning needs with members of the healthcare team Monitor, record and report symptoms and changes in patient’s condition   Requirements: Registered Nurse with NMC registration Minimum 18 months experience in a nursing role Nursing Degree Experience of working in a surgical ward setting Self-motivated and able to work autonomously An understanding of the importance of teamwork in delivering the highest standards of care Highly organised with excellent clinical judgement   What Head Medical Nursing Division can do for you  Dedicated bookings consultant Excellent rates of pay including holiday pay  Simple registration process Uniform and name badge provided Refer a friend scheme (£250 per nurse!)   Contact Jen today to start the registration process on either of the below:   Email : Jennifer@headmedical.com Contact Number : 0131 240 5277
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