Your search has found 12 jobs

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a Manufacturing Manager to join their team in Wolverhampton. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Manufacturing Manager, you will be responsible and accountable for the on-time delivery, acceptable quality, minimum cost, of components or assemblies.

BENEFITS

Working here, you will have great job satisfaction, great working environment and a good work-life balance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Manufacturing Manager your key duties will include:

  • Supporting the business in the production and manufacture of high-quality machined parts and assemblies
  • Working closely with all relevant internal departments such as maintenance, manufacturing engineering, product engineering, material control and supply chain
  • Understanding the equipment and procedures used in the machine shop
  • Delegating and allocating responsibilities efficiently to manage projects end to end
  • Managing Team Leaders and their teams and inspiring to achieve goals through innovation, quality and excellence
  • Communicating with customers both internally and externally

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

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

  • A degree or equivalent in a relevant engineering/manufacturing discipline
  • Manufacturing leadership experience within Aerospace, Automotive or similar
  • Knowledge of manufacturing techniques
  • Led Continuous Improvement/Change Management activities to improve delivery
  • Experience of NADCAP procedures would be advantageous

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Manufacturing Manager, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Wolverhampton
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £55,000.00
Salary to: GBP £55,000.00

An industrial manufacturer is looking for a Test Equipment Engineer to join their team in Gloucestershire. The innovative company produces and implements a wide variety of products for a number of interesting markets.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Test Equipment Engineer, you will ensure continued operation of deployed test equipment in support of the product life cycle.

BENEFITS

Working here, you will have great job satisfaction, great working environment and a good work-life balance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Test Equipment Engineer your key duties will include:

  • Working closely with customers and a team of Test Equipment technicians
  • Understanding mechanical, electronic, electrical, software and power distribution components
  • Proactively managing multiple tasks with great organisational and time management skills
  • Dealing with all aspects of test equipment sustainment
  • Functioning in a demanding engineering and production environment

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Test Equipment Engineer, you must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Engineering discipline (Mechanical, Electrical, Project Management, Aeronautical)
  • Experience within a relevant engineering sector (Aerospace, Automotive, Test Equipment)
  • Knowledge of developing test equipment solutions for multi-axis, closed-loop, servo-hydraulic and electromechanical Test Systems
  • Experience in one or more of the following: JIRA, Pirana, Maximo, NX or Autocad is advantageous

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Test Equipment Engineer, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Tewkesbury, United Kingdom
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £45,000.00
Salary to: GBP £45,000.00

A technology-driven, global communication company is looking for a Technical Service Delivery Advisor to join their fast-paced, exciting team. Their innovative solutions help to connect businesses across the world.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Technical Service Delivery Advisor, you will be responsible for providing second line support, investigating and resolving escalated queries and recommending solutions for clients.

BENEFITS

Build your career within a company at the forefront of the technology industry. You can enjoy lots of employee perks and career development opportunities. They offer 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) for a great work-life balance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Technical Service Delivery Advisor your key duties will include:

  • Investigating, testing and recreating advanced product issues
  • Responding to escalated queries from first line support, internal teams and clients
  • Leading client service calls
  • Testing product enhancements and bugs
  • Fixing product configuration issues

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Technical Service Delivery Advisor, you must have:

  • 2-3 years client-based 2nd – 3rd line technical support experience ideally within an international company
  • Knowledge of HTML, CSS and Dreamweaver is preferred
  • Experienced in using browser Developer Tools for troubleshooting is preferred
  • Excellent communications skills with a professional and confident telephone manner
  • Ability to investigate and use problem solving skills to resolve technical issues

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Technical Service Delivery Advisor, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Gloucester
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £30,000.00
Salary to: GBP £30,000.00

A global medical technology company is looking for a Software Development Manager to join their small, flexible team. This role has become available due to business growth and increased product demand.

OVERVIEW

As a Software Development Manager you will have a passion for building tech that matters, working on solutions that are used to improve healthcare. You will be instrumental in developing the online applications using the internal platform, working with a range of technologies including SQL Server and JavaScript. You will play a key role in the delivery of client projects within the UK and globally, having the opportunity to collaborate with both colleagues and clients on projects that really make a difference. You will be a self-starter who is able to work autonomously with minimal supervision, managing your own workload and time. The ideal candidate will be user-orientated and data driven.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Software Development Manager your key duties will include:

  • Development of online applications using the internal platform
  • Project Management to ensure on time and successful delivery of client projects
  • Client collaboration, including video calls and face to face meetings
  • Gathering requirements from customers and translating into technical solutions
  • Product testing and quality assurance
  • Contribute to all stages of the project including assisting with sales

 

REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for the role of Software Development Manager you must have:

  • A minimum of 2 years' experience with MS SQL and JavaScript
  • Experience in a client facing role with strong social and communication skills
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in Software Development or a similar subject
  • Full proficiency in English, with other languages beneficial
  • Experience/ knowledge of Medical IT is a distinct advantage
  • Previous experience in research and academia
  • Passionate about contributing to scientific breakthroughs that will impact healthcare

NEXT STEPS

To apply for the Software Development Manager, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted, we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £30,000.00
Salary to: GBP £50,000.00

A long-standing insurance broker is looking for an Insurance Account Manager to join their growing, customer-focussed team. The business has been running for over 100 years and offer a full range of insurance products to include motor, home, commercial and high net worth clients.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As an Insurance Account Manager, you will be responsible for retaining a portfolio of existing customers while prospecting new clients within the local territory to bring new business into the agency. This will be done through a combination of field based (2/3 days per week) and home/ office based activities. Alongside this you will also contribute to the smooth running of the office and uphold exceptional levels of customer service at all times.

BENEFITS

Your working hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30am till 5pm (although flexibility will be required to make customer appointments). The company also offers 20 days holiday plus bank holidays.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Insurance Account Manager your key duties will include:

  • Acquiring and maintaining knowledge of company insurance products
  • Maintaining a portfolio of existing customer accounts
  • Identify and secure new business opportunities within the local area
  • Cross-sell/ up-sell products to new and existing customers where appropriate
  • Generate qualified appointments for the Financial Advisor

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

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

  • Previous experience working in a Commercial Insurance role is essential
  • B2B telesales/ appointment setting experience
  • Goal orientated with a proven history of meeting and exceeding targets
  • Experience working in a sales through service role
  • Strong IT skills, including CRMs

 

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming an Insurance Account Manager, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

 

 

Location: Gloucester
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £27,000.00
Salary to: GBP £30,000.00

A long-standing insurance broker is looking for a Customer Support Advisor to join their growing, customer-focussed team. The business has been running for over 100 years and offer a full range of insurance products to include motor, home, commercial and high net worth clients.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Customer Support Advisor, you will be the first port of call to provide exceptional customer service, whether over the phone or during office visits. You will handle enquiries, provide insurance quotations and undertake insurance transactions and general sales tasks.

BENEFITS

Your working hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30am till 5pm with no weekend work. The company also offers 20 days holiday plus bank holidays.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Customer Support Advisor your key duties will include:

  • Acquiring and maintaining knowledge of insurance products
  • Initiating sales activity to create new business opportunities
  • Processing customer instructions for policy amendment
  • Reviewing and advising on customer general insurance requirements
  • Identifying and initiating cross-selling opportunities and activities to new and existing customers
  • Handling claims and meeting completion standards

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Customer Support Advisor, you must have:

  • Experience in customer service and sales
  • Proficient IT skills
  • Good organisation and be able to work to deadlines and manage your own workload
  • Insurance or Financial Services experience (advantageous, but not necessary)

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Customer Support Advisor, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

 

 

Location: Gloucester
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £16,500.00
Salary to: GBP £21,500.00

A thriving company within the banking sector is looking for an Email Marketing Specialist to join their fast-paced, exciting team. The company is FTSE 250 listed and are registered on the London Stock Exchange.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As an Email Marketing Specialist, you will be responsible for owning the delivery and optimisation of all email campaigns. You will build email lists, create impactful communications to deliver targeted, customer retention and acquisition campaigns that drive traffic, secure conversions, and build relationships.

BENEFITS

Enjoy a great work-life balance with 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays). Some extra benefits include employee discounts, car salary sacrifice, health care packages, holiday purchase schemes, season ticket loans, cycle to work schemes and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Email Marketing Specialist your key duties will include:

  • Planning, executing and managing targeted email campaigns comprising of customer retention and lead acquisition campaigns
  • Drafting compelling and effective email and content, understanding the needs of the audience and ensuring that all content is signed off
  • Analysing the data segments to maximise the email conversion across all businesses, achieving and improving on the marketing strategies KPIs
  • Developing and managing the creative and technical briefing process, building regular emails using HTML and existing templates
  • Using analytics tools and reporting findings to the marketing team so they can be included in weekly, monthly and quarterly business reports
  • Acting as a brand guardian, ensuring the adherence to the brand guidelines and that all material is regulatory and legally compliant

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Email Marketing Specialist, you must have:

  • Experience of working in a B2B marketing environment
  • Dreamweaver for HTML coding experience
  • Experience working with analytical reporting platforms/CRM systems (ideally Salesforce/Pardot or equivalent)
  • Excellent written communication and copywriting skills

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming an Email Marketing Specialist, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Chester
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

An innovative, not-for-profit organisation who is making a big impact within the energy sector is looking for an Analyst to work alongside genuinely friendly, like-minded colleagues.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As an Analyst you will be a part of the International Research team. You will be contributing to the strategy, forging and sustaining meaningful relationships with stakeholders, gathering market intelligence, analysis and supporting decision making.

BENEFITS

You can make a difference in a friendly company that offers exceptional benefits. Enjoy very flexible working hours as well as 28 days holiday (plus bank holidays). Other perks include lunch and learn sessions, season ticket loans, away days and constant snacks and drinks!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As an Analyst your key duties will include:

  • Contributing to the development of the energy platform and digital mapping system
  • Carrying out market research and innovation opportunities for overseas smart energy systems
  • Contributing to stakeholder engagement plan for international platform, along with supporting the CRM (Customer Relationship Management) tool
  • Drafting and editing of reports and papers being delivered
  • Identifying new funding streams, new business opportunities and contributing to proposal development through ongoing market intelligence work and stakeholder engagement
  • Helping to organise visits/workshops/events in line with international strategy and priorities identified

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

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

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent
  • Experience of engagement and collaborative activities ideally with international context
  • The ability to establish and manage successful partnerships/relationships with clients, colleagues and other stakeholders
  • Strong presentation, facilitation and communication skills

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming an Analyst, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Birmingham
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £32,000.00
Salary to: GBP £32,000.00

An innovative, not-for-profit organisation who is making a big impact within the energy sector is looking for a Support Coordinator to work alongside genuinely friendly, like-minded colleagues.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Support Coordinator, you will support the Engagement Manager in developing and expanding the Universal Support.

BENEFITS

You can make a difference in a friendly company that offers exceptional benefits. Enjoy very flexible working hours as well as 28 days holiday (plus bank holidays). Other perks include lunch and learn sessions, season ticket loans, away days and constant snacks and drinks!

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Support Coordinator your key duties will include:

  • Coordinating the Universal Support development by liaising with different internal teams and external stakeholders and ensuring that the development schedule is on track
  • Learning to use the digital portal and ensuring it’s aligned to Universal Support developments
  • Building a strong understanding of the CRM system (Salesforce) and starting to populate with the required information
  • Establishing a process of updating business engagement information by working with teams to capture and input information on the CRM system
  • Providing organisational support to business events; this includes ISP workshops, training, and regular receptions
  • Providing insight and analysis on business engagements, from the detailed information collected on the CRM system

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

To be considered for the role of Support Coordinator, you must have:

  • Experience in gathering and collating information and/or data
  • Ability to use Excel, Word, PowerPoint to a high level
  • Experience of producing clear and concise written material information
  • Supported event organisation and/or workshops

NEXT STEPS

If you’re interested in becoming a Support Coordinator, apply today with your current CV. Our team will review your application to see if it’s a match and get in touch to learn more about you. If you aren't contacted within 7 days, please assume your application was not selected.

Why wait? Don’t miss out!

Location: Birmingham
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £23,000.00
Salary to: GBP £23,000.00

A worldwide distributor of products, services and supplies for the healthcare sector is looking for a Field Engineering Manager to join their supportive team. You would be working within a caring organisation that offers lifelong learning and career progression plus a broad array of other benefits.

OVERVIEW

 

As a Field Engineering Manager, you will manage the field service personnel in their geographical area who perform on-site routine services including installation, maintenance, and repair. You will be required to travel around the South of the UK.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a Field Engineering Manager your key duties will include:

  • Conducting technical inspections, final and in-progress job inspections and spot checks
  • Ensuring all customer issues are satisfactorily resolved utilising engineering and other teams
  • Overseeing the scheduling and training quality and productivity of field service technicians
  • Developing methods, guidelines, and policies to facilitate efficient service delivery
  • Implementing policy and procedures and reporting on all product liability issues
  • Providing input to strategic decisions that affect the functional area of responsibility
  • Coordinating the activity of other group technical members in appropriate matters
  • Coaching and training customers, end-users, and group departments as required maintaining high levels of customer service

REQUIREMENTS

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

  • Experience managing a field-based team
  • Experience in a service management function including financial and personnel management
  • A background with electrical/electronic/mechanical equipment
  • Management training/project management training
  • Experience in the dental or medical industry is desirable

NEXT STEPS

To become a Field Engineering Manager, apply with your up to date CV. One of our team will receive and review your application. If shortlisted. we will get in touch with you to arrange a phone call. On the call, we’ll discuss your career history, skills, future aspirations and generally get to know you better.

If this job doesn’t seem quite right, register your CV on our website and we can identify any roles that may be more suitable.

Location: Mobile
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £50,000.00
Salary to: GBP £55,000.00