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http://www.reed.co.uk, which claims to be the UK’s biggest job site, has an offering for a Cleansing Waste and Recycling Supervisor, recruited by Uptown Appointments, for London and South East England. It is a contract job offering 15.00 to 18.00 per hour. Supervisor will work various shifts every day except Tuesday and Wednesday, and should have worked already as a supervisor, and possess experience in waste management and recycling, as well as in the public sector.

Research uncovered many jobs in the asbestos surveying/analysing industry. You will find these at http://www.jobsinpublicsector.co.uk/search.cgi/cat/52/ro/955/g/2/. And more at http://www.indeed.co.uk/Asbestos-Analyst-jobs where the crisis in Asbestos Analysers is made clear in the urgency of these requests. Workers in asbestos air quality monitoring adhere to the standard of MDHS 39/4 Asbestos Fibres in Air, so if you seek a job in this area, be sure you know the regulations.

A Principal Ecologist position is available through JobSearch (http://www.jobsearch.co.uk/show_job.cgi?j=5533831&u=72356). This job would require a PhD in Ecology or a related subject, or an MSc at the minimum. This person will manage a team of ecologists in the London and SE area, both technical and business operations, and will be based in Surrey. The position illustrates how seriously the government considers environmental issues and is a chance to make a real contribution, by developing and implementing beneficial projects and business opportunities. Salary is between 40,000 and 50,000 per year and includes excellent benefits, such as a bonus, a car, and a pension. If you are an innovative and experienced ecologist, go to the website above for more details.

Uptown Appointments, a major recruiter in the public sector has a job on offer for an Interim Manager in the Street Cleansing Services for a Local Authority in East London. Duties include managing and supervising a street cleaning workforce, plus administrative duties around budgets and scheduling. This job requires a working knowledge of related legislation, e.g. the EPA code of practice and the Cleaner Neighborhood Act. The successful applicant will naturally have a clear technical understanding of street cleaning methods, and management of work teams. Two very important requirements are the ability to speak different languages in use in the community, and a CRB, since this job requires working with the public. This job is offering 167 per day, and may remain a temporary job or become full-time, no doubt depending on economic conditions.

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