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SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST
LEICESTERSHIRE/HYBRID
£65,000 - £75,000


Our client, a scaling software company, are looking for a Senior Business Analyst to join their team. You will be effectively and efficiently analysing and interpreting financial data and working closely with product & engineering teams to ensure the product meets both financial and technical expectations.

 

BENEFITS

This role offers 25-days holiday, plus bank holidays, and hybrid working for an excellent work-life balance. Additionally, there is onsite parking, a great company culture involving team outings and more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As the Senior Business Analyst, you will be

  • Leveraging financial expertise to understand client financial planning and trading partner processes
  • Engaging with clients strategically to comprehend their financial objectives and challenges
  • Conducting in-depth analysis of client requirements, focusing on financial implications and forecasting
  • Utilising data analysis skills to navigate complex financial datasets and ensuring data accuracy for financial analysis
  • Demonstrating technical understanding of supply-chain technologies
  • Acting as a conduit between clients and the product team, providing insights into financial requirements and strategic goals
  • Providing expert-level support to clients during onboarding and ongoing product usage, with a focus on financial reporting and analysis

 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Senior Business Analyst, you will need

  • Proven experience as a Senior Business Analyst in Manufacturing, Retail or Distribution
  • In-depth understanding of financial accounting principles and structures, forecasting, planning, and reporting
  • Experience with an ERP system
  • An understanding of SQL
  • Excellent client-facing and communication skills with a focus on financial conversations
  • Technical aptitude with the ability to work closely with development teams
  • Ability to work well within a busy, fast paced environment

 

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Location: Leicestershire/Hybrid
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £65,000.00
Salary to: GBP £75,000.00
Job published: 23/02/2024
Job ID: 33444

BUSINESS ANALYST
LEICESTERSHIRE/HYBRID
£50,000 - £55,000


Our client, a scaling software company, are looking for a Business Analyst to join their team. You will be effectively and efficiently analysing and interpreting financial data and working closely with product & engineering teams to ensure the product meets both financial and technical expectations.

 

BENEFITS

This role offers 25-days holiday, plus bank holidays, and hybrid working for an excellent work-life balance. Additionally, there is onsite parking, a great company culture involving team outings and more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As the Business Analyst, you will be

  • Leveraging financial expertise to understand client financial planning and trading partner processes
  • Engaging with clients strategically to comprehend their financial objectives and challenges
  • Conducting in-depth analysis of client requirements, focusing on financial implications and forecasting
  • Utilising data analysis skills to navigate complex financial datasets and ensuring data accuracy for financial analysis
  • Demonstrating technical understanding of supply-chain technologies
  • Acting as a conduit between clients and the product team, providing insights into financial requirements and strategic goals
  • Providing expert-level support to clients during onboarding and ongoing product usage, with a focus on financial reporting and analysis

 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Business Analyst, you will need

  • Proven experience as a Business Analyst in Manufacturing, Retail or Distribution
  • In-depth understanding of financial accounting principles and structures, forecasting, planning, and reporting
  • Experience with an ERP system
  • An understanding of SQL
  • Excellent client-facing and communication skills with a focus on financial conversations
  • Technical aptitude with the ability to work closely with development teams
  • Ability to work well within a busy, fast paced environment

 

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Location: Rearsby, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £50,000.00
Salary to: GBP £55,000.00
Job published: 23/02/2024
Job ID: 33443

 

DIRECTOR OF PEOPLE

WORCESTER/HYBRID

 

 

OVERVIEW

Our client based in Worcester are recruiting for a rare and exciting opportunity to join their team as a Director of People. You will lead the strategic design, implementation, and delivery of high-quality, cost-effective people services to support the operations team in achieving the business plan.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does this role offer a competitive salary, and a car/car allowance, and the option to work from home for part of the week, but it also offers a range of other benefits, including: a pension scheme, health and well-being plans, discounted products and services, counselling, generous annual leave, a cycle to work scheme, and much more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Director of People, you’ll be responsible for

  • Designing and implementing tailored people services, covering talent management, retention, learning, organizational design, and employee relations
  • Ensuring cost-effective resolution of employment law and compliance issues to mitigate risks and maintain a positive brand image
  • Managing people services for operations within budget, ensuring value for money through effective financial management
  • Contributing to special programs and projects, including mergers and TUPE transfers, aligning with the Group's values and objectives
  • Collaborating with People Services teams to adopt consistent, high-quality engagement strategies, enhancing operations as an employer of choice
  • Leading the recruitment, performance, and development of quality people to meet business needs
  • Providing direction and guidance to operational senior management teams, offering innovative solutions and mitigating risks
  • Leading the People Operations team to develop and deliver effective support on the application of people frameworks and policies
  • Fostering a positive working culture, providing strategic direction to minimise risk and ensure consistent implementation of frameworks and policies

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Director of People, you must have:

  • Experience in leading the design, development, and implementation of people services
  • Strong financial management skills
  • Experience in managing employment law and compliance issues
  • Leadership experience in recruitment, performance management, and talent development
  • Proven ability to provide strategic direction and guidance to senior management teams
  • Excellent communication, organisational, and time-management skills
  • The ability to motivate, manage and support a team
  • Chartered Member of CIPD (Level 7)
  • Full, valid driving licence

 

 

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Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 22/02/2024
Job ID: 33442

 

HEAD OF ASSETS (PROPERTY)

UK BASED WITH TRAVEL

£86k+ DOE + Car/CA

 

OVERVIEW

Our client is looking for a Head of Assets (Property), to join the Property Services senior leadership team. Responsible for the Asset Sustainability team, the role involves driving the development and maintenance of a comprehensive Asset Management Strategy, ensuring compliance with legislative requirements, and delivering high-quality property services and programs.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does this role offer a competitive salary, and a car/car allowance, but it also offers a range of other benefits, including: a pension scheme, health and well-being plans, discounted products and services, counselling, generous annual leave, a cycle to work scheme, and much more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Head of Assets (Property), youll be responsible for

  • Leading the development and maintenance of the Asset Management Strategy, in line with Group strategy to drive improved customer experience across all areas
  • Monitoring the delivery of all work and services, ensuring excellent customer services, value for money, and social value
  • Delivering high-quality property services within agreed capital and revenue expenditure
  • Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with internal and external customers at a national, regional and local level
  • Ensuring comprehensive and robust information systems are in place to manage assets
  • Managing the development and review of policy frameworks and long-term planning to deliver services, ensuring strategies, policies and procedures are developed as appropriate

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Head of Assets (Property), you must have:

  • Strong experience within a housing environment encompassing Asset strategy, Energy & Sustainability, Capital works, Damp & Mould, Stock Condition Surveys and Disrepair management
  • Proven experience of reviewing, planning, and implementing strategy within a large, complex organisation
  • Commercial acumen and experience in budget preparation and control
  • Extensive knowledge of housing regulations, legislation, and Health and Safety legislation
  • Experience producing progress reports and management information
  • Excellent problem-solving and relationship building skills
  • A full clean UK driving license

 

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Location: UK based with Travel
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £86,000.00
Salary to: GBP £86,000.00
Job published: 21/02/2024
Job ID: 33438

HEAD OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

CHELMSFORD, REMOTE & FIELD BASED

£90,000 - £99,000 + CAR / ALLOWANCE

 

OVERVIEW

Our client, a not-for-profit housing organisation, are looking for a customer centric Head of Property Management, to deliver high quality and cost-effective property repairs, compliance, installation, and estate services across the region, to customers. You will also be responsible for operational health and safety of the service, including fire safety, and delivering effective group wide asset management and reinvestment programmes.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does this role offer a competitive salary, and a car/car allowance, but it also offers a range of other benefits, including: a pension scheme, health and well-being plans, discounted products and services, counselling, family-friendly arrangements, tax efficient benefits and generous annual leave.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Head of Property Management, youll be responsible for

  • Delivering high quality property services, including responsive repairs, voids, estates, and planned investment programmes through the business and supply chain partners
  • Lead and develop the groups property strategy, ensuring an excellent level of service
  • Promoting an effective organisational culture, safe working, and performance focused environment
  • Leading the service delivery through supply chain partner networks
  • Ensuring the effective delivery of property investment strategies in line with funding requirements
  • Leading major asset projects and delivering asset improvement programmes, ensuring assets are high quality, well maintained, and provide value for money

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Head of Property Management, you must have:

  • A degree, management qualification, or relevant professional qualification
  • Extensive experience working in property maintenance, facilities management or housing in a highly visible customer-facing role
  • Strong leadership skills and experience of managing large geographical teams to include blue collar workers and contract managers
  • Proven experience of implementing strategy for a large, complex organisation
  • A confident understanding on housing regulations, legislation, and current projects
  • Experience of delivering services in a structure with a group parent and subsidiary organisations, and improving asset management strategies
  • A good knowledge of health and safety legislation
  • A full clean UK driving license

 

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Location: Chelmsford/Remote Field Based
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £90,000.00
Salary to: GBP £99,000.00
Job published: 20/02/2024
Job ID: 33441

HR MANAGER

WOLVERHAMPTON

UP TO £60,000

 

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a confident, hands on and pragmatic HR Manager to join their team in Wolverhampton. You will collaborate closely with the Strategic HR Business Partner, providing professional HR advice, contributing to continuous improvement, and supporting organisational change.

 

BENEFITS

You will have great job satisfaction within a brilliant company culture who offers flexible working hours with an early finish on a Friday. Other benefits include a profit share scheme, death in service allowance, excellent pension contributions, private medical insurance, and more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a HR Manager your key duties will include:

  • Providing professional advice, coaching, and supporting managers and staff around HR issues aligned with Corporate and site HR objectives
  • Managing complex employee relations issues, including dispute resolutions, performance management, and ER processes
  • Advising and coaching managers on HR policies, recommending improvements, and supporting change initiatives
  • Participating in operations meetings, and providing advise management of the employee relations impact of decisions
  • Building strong relationships with key stake holders and the Works council
  • Creating and owning HR KPIs, collaborating with HR Shared Service functions in recruitment, L&D, reward, and recognition
  • Supporting workforce planning processes, including talent and succession planning
  • Overseeing new starter induction and ensure its relevance
  • Monitoring and reviewing HR policies and processes, involving employees in implementing solutions
  • Acting as the gatekeeper for high-quality recruits, guideline management on compensation and benefits, and ensuring effective Occupational Health provision
  • Championing the organisational Culture and Philosophy, striving to make it a Great Place to Work
  • Line managing one HR Administrator.

 

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of HR Manager, you must have:

  • Proven experience in providing generalist HR advice
  • A Degree in HR or related field and/or CIPD qualified (min. Level 7)
  • A confident and welcoming personality, with the ability to build strong and lasting relationships with staff and stakeholders
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to keep information confidential
  • Solid knowledge of employment law and regulatory requirements
  • Strong organisational and time management skills
  • A customer-focused approach, with commercial awareness

 

NEXT STEPS

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Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £60,000.00
Salary to: GBP £60,000.00
Job published: 20/02/2024
Job ID: 33440

HEAD OF COMMERCIAL

HYBRID/FLEXIBLE UK LOCATION

£71,842 - £83,186 DOE and Geographical Area + Car/Car Allowance

 

OVERVIEW

Our client, a not-for-profit housing organisation, are looking for a Head of Commercial, to lead contractual and commercial performance, providing insightful management information, and ensuring financial frameworks are in place for effective contract measurement.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does this role offer a competitive salary, and a car/car allowance, but it also offers a range of other benefits, including: a pension scheme, health and well-being plans, discounted products and services, counselling, generous annual leave, a cycle to work scheme, and much more!

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Head of Commercial, you’ll be responsible for

  • Leading contractual and commercial performance within Property Services
  • Providing robust analysis and management information to the senior management team
  • Delivering accurate month-end analysis packs for all regions, including KPI performance management
  • Reporting on financial performance and identifying risks based on the pricing model
  • Developing key contract requirements and optimising operating surplus
  • Leading the provision of a financial framework to measure and guide contract performance
  • Providing commercial expertise to Finance and Commercial departments and delivering training where required

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Head of Commercial, you must have:

  • Previous experience as a Head of Commercial or similar role, in Housing, FM, building services, construction, or a similar industry
  • A Degree, management qualification, or relevant professional qualification
  • Qualified to RICS Associate status or similar
  • Proven experience in leading and managing a high-performing commercial team
  • Significant experience in effective financial management of contracts and services
  • Knowledge of relevant regulations, legislation, and current practice, including practical application of Health and Safety legislation

 

NEXT STEPS

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Location: Hybrid/Flexible UK Location
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £71,842.00
Salary to: GBP £83,186.00
Job published: 19/02/2024
Job ID: 33439

FIRST LINE SUPPORT ENGINEER
GLOUCESTERSHIRE
£24,000

Our client in the Technology Industry, is looking for a First Line Support Engineer to play a crucial role in providing first-line technical support to clients, troubleshooting software-related problems, and ensuring seamless installation and configuration of software products.

 

BENEFITS

As an Investor in People, our client commits to improve and progress their employees. They offer 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) as well as a good pension and healthcare schemes.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a First Line Support Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Providing prompt and effective first-line technical support to clients via phone, email, and remote desktop sessions
  • Identifying, diagnosing, and resolving software-related problems and technical issues
  • Assisting clients with the installation and initial configuration of software products
  • Keeping up-to-date with the latest software updates and features, sharing knowledge with clients
  • Escalating complex issues to the 2nd Line Support teams
  • Offering basic training to clients on using the software effectively
  • Maintaining accurate records of client interactions, technical issues, and resolutions
  • Assisting in testing new software releases and updates to identify and report bugs

 

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of First Line Support Engineer, you must have:

  • Previous experience within a Technical Support role or someone with IT qualifications who is looking for their first IT role
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal
  • Self-motivated with a positive attitude
  • Able to work under pressure whilst maintaining quality and attention to detail.

 

NEXT STEPS

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Location: Gloucestershire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £24,000.00
Salary to: GBP £24,000.00
Job published: 19/02/2024
Job ID: 33437

CUSTOMER OPERATIONS MANAGER
CARDIFF
£50,000 + £5,000 bonus + Car Allowance

 

Are you a strong manager, that exudes confidence, and has a passion for delivering an exceptional level of customer service?

 

Then this could be the role for you!

 

A worldwide distributor of products, services and supplies for the healthcare sector is looking for a Customer Operations Manager to join their team. You will be responsible for managing the customer service team, through a team leader structure, ensuring an excellent level of service is provided, and play a key role in the growth and development of the business.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does the role have a competitive salary, 25 days of holiday a year with the option to buy more, but the company also offers life insurance, a cycle to work scheme, subsidised gym membership, employee discounts, health and wellbeing support and much more.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Customer Operations Manager your key duties will include:

  • Managing, training, and coaching the customer service team to ensure a high-quality service
  • Monitoring the performance, metrics, benchmarks, product liability issues, and implementing improvements
  • Measuring performance by analysing data reports and trends, ensuring all KPIs are met
  • Adhering to policies, procedures and health and safety legislation
  • Tracking and managing the engagement metrics and strategy
  • Monitoring complaint oversight and resolutions
  • Identifying and implementing service and business improvements

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Customer Operations Manager you must have:

  • Demonstratable management experience in a customer focused environment, i.e., Call Centres, Health and Social Care, Retail, the Service Sector etc.
  • Experienced managing Managers
  • Strong people management, focused on coaching and developing teams
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong leadership, motivation, and support skills
  • Great organisation, time management and project planning skills

 

NEXT STEPS

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Do you have management experience in a customer focused environment, i.e., Call Centres, Health and Social Care, Retail, the Service Sector etc?

Do you have experience managing Managers?

Do you have a passion for coaching and developing teams?

Location: Cardiff
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £50,000.00
Salary to: GBP £50,000.00
Job published: 16/02/2024
Job ID: 33436

VASCULAR SALES SPECIALIST

SOUTH/SOUTHWEST

Up to £50,000 + 30% Bonus + CA

 

Our global client, who manufactures medical devices, are looking for a Vascular Sales Specialist to join their team. You will be responsible for proactively driving sales, winning new business, meeting KPIs, preparing for new products and developing KOLs, protocols and guidelines. This role involves travelling across the southwest of the country, hunting for new business leads, and closing deals.

 

BENEFITS

Not only does this role offer a great salary, and a 30% bonus scheme, it also comes with a £550 Car Allowance. Additionally, it allows 25-days holiday, plus bank holidays, pension contributions, Healthcare and wellbeing package and a cycle to work scheme, and much more.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Vascular Sales Specialist your key duties will include:

  • Promoting and selling products to customers
  • Hunting new business through local hospitals, vascular nurse teams and renal units
  • Monitoring progress on performance, business plans, market trends and competitor productions to help drive improvement
  • Proactively approaching new business leads, and persuading clients to close deals
  • Developing and maintaining customer records and territory information, abiding by GDPR legislation
  • Designing and implementing a Key Account Management strategy for your territory, to help drive performance
  • Liaising with the national business development manager, and the sales team, to meet targets

 

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Vascular Sales Specialist, you must have:

  • Experience selling vascular access products (catheters) e.g. CVC’s, PICCs and Ports
  • Proven primary and secondary care experience
  • A full clean UK driving license
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Good interpersonal skills, to build rapports with customers
  • Ability to self-motivate, to reach targets and shape the role
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills

 

NEXT STEPS

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Location: South/Southwest
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £50,000.00
Salary to: GBP £50,000.00
Job published: 12/02/2024
Job ID: 33435