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Branch Manager

Blue Octopus Quick Apply

Edinburgh, Scotland
2 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
£38k - £45k Per Year
2 days ago
£38k - £45k Per Year

Blue Whale Spa currently are looking to recruit an experienced Branch Manager for our Sales Showroom, Service and Distribution Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland.

About the role

A key member of the Management Team, you will be responsible for delivering exceptional levels of Customer Satisfaction through operational experience, with the ability to lead a multi-functional team including, Sales, Business Development, Showroom Facilities Management, Warehousing, Inventory and Distribution to service our B2C and B2B customers, supporting our evolving showroom network.

Taking care of the day to day running of the site, you will drive the operational business through continuous improvement and learning methods, having the ability to create, develop and implement initiatives that give a ROI and deliver added value with a focus on our people and customer satisfaction. Health, Safety and Wellbeing are our first priorities and you will assure this while meeting our overall targets and KPI objectives in sales, service, productivity, quality, security and cost efficiently, ensuring full legal and operational compliance.

About you

With the ability to adapt in an unpredictable environment, you’ll have proven ability to ensure all training and development needs are met, and will make certain cross-functional team working, at both lower and strategic levels. You’ll ideally hold a management degree or equivalent, with a financial / business qualification and have excellent proven people management skills.

Above all, you’ll be an effective relationship builder, commercially focused and have excellent IT Skill

About us

Blue Whale Spa is the UK market leader in the design, manufacture and installation of Hot Tubs, Spas and Specialist Pools, our mission is to bring health and well-being to your home.

Please refer to the Full Job Description and Person Specification upon completing your application

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General Manager

Oceaneering International, Inc.

Rosyth, Scotland
4 days ago
Rosyth, Scotland
4 days ago

General Manager assumes site leadership responsibilities at Director level in order to deliver the right working culture in all areas including safety, quality, performance, engagement, teamwork, collaboration, development, efficiencies, best practices, continual improvement/learning and finance in order to deliver business success required. They will be responsible for the safe and efficient running of the business and be accountable for the performance, behaviors and oCompanyomes of all direct/indirect reports while also ensuring best utilisation of current and future resources.  They will ensure and support successful cross-departmental and business collaboration in order to deliver KPI`s and business oCompanyomes required, participate in and support senior leadership teams/functions, stand in as/when required plus support and be part of business succession planning.  

Duties & Responsibilities

Functions

ESSENTIAL

To effectively perform all aspects of Leadership and general management, in particular the following
*Manages senior managers.
*Executes short to medium-term operational planning for sub-function.
*Applies functional knowledge across sub-functional groups and has practical experience in leadership and
management techniques.
*Investigates solutions to root causes of numerous undefined problems, and makes improvements.
Implement standard Uniform Project Management procedures and a continuous project management improvement culture.
Oversee the rejuvenation of manufacturing, creating a mindset of “execution,” correcting bottlenecks, addressing supply chain issues and getting deliveries back on track.
Create a good balance between managing by the numbers and creating a congenial caring work environment that highly values people.
Focus on project management by improving customer relations, project cost, schedule control, contract management, and risk management.
Develop a new strategic road map for the business that anticipates the need for increased productivity, capacity and demand in the near future.
Oversee the creation of a systematic, disciplined approach to contract reviews, bids and proposals.
Instill a positive “can-do” attitude into every section of the business, while creating a strong, positive atmosphere of teamwork and empowerment throughout the business.
Oversee the development of a leading-edge culture of safety and health practices throughout the business.
Seriously advocate a strong culture of continuous improvement and Lean Manufacturing, with a rigorous 5S mindset.
Identify huge opportunities of waste takeout, while developing the same proactive mindset throughout the organization.
Oversee the development of a comprehensive and rigorous toll gate system for project scheduling and management to insulate projects against delays.
Be a strong team builder, who instills a high sense of urgency and confidence throughout the organization.
Understand the magnitude of decisions and ensure that contracts have favorable terms and develop the same approach in staff.
Upgrade, educate, train and evaluate staff to work more cohesively as a team and communicate more effectively across the enterprise.
Measure productivity and instill discipline and accountability by utilizing appropriate metrics.
Will be culturally aware and exhibit a patient, caring, but firm, leadership style.
Become known as both a “Leader of People and Processes.”
Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organizations policies and applicable laws.  Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Contribute to the development and implementation of annual and strategic plans for the region.
Support and be responsible for the delivery of annual budget forecast with respect to revenue and profit & loss.
Top tier leader in the development of people and teams to ensure maximization of career development & talent potential, facilitate succession planning and change management strategy.
Ability to engage effectively with key internal and external stakeholders.
Eliminate waste of whatever form, to suggest the use of more environmentally friendly sCompanytances and practices and contribute to the continuous improvement of the environment.
Perform the assigned tasks with due diligence regarding the Integrated Management Systems on the Company.
Identify, create, establish and/or enhance effective partnerships both internally and externally as required.
Become known as both a “Leader of People and Processes.”
Displays required levels of engagement and a positive `can-do` attitude while consistently supporting Company culture of Safety, Quality, ongoing learning and continual improvement.
Carry out work in accordance with the Company Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Systems.
Perform the assigned tasks with due diligence regarding the Integrated Management Systems and all other  Company standards.
Any other roles or tasks as required to support our business needs.
Supervisory Responsibilities
This position supports the Vice President in the leadership and supervision of direct reports including site Senior Management Team (SMT) and relevant department leaders.
This position also interacts with all functional support/shared services, some of whom are site based and for whom there will be matrix management responsibilities (dotted line), including HSEQ, HR, Talent Acquisition, Benefits, Global Mobility, Finance, Contract, IT and Legal.

Qualifications

Qualifications (Equivalent acceptable experience will also be considered in respect of below)
Possess superior business and management acumen, combined with at least fifteen, or more, years of experience.
Have an undergraduate degree; an MBA is a plus.  Post graduate business and/or professional qualifications welcomed
Experience
Have experience working in an engineered-to-order, high-value, low-volume, capital goods manufacturing environment.
Possess the experience required to drive world-class business and manufacturing practices.
Possess a broad understanding of the total business cycle and be aware of the risks associated with each business decision.
Exhibit a broad understanding of manufacturing, cost, quality, and delivery and project management, and possess the ability to drive major improvements in each category.
Demonstrate a strong command of business financials.
Be strategic in nature, yet possess the management skills to execute tactically.
Exhibit excellent communication and influencing skills.
Be a Coach, Mentor and Team builder, focused on building strong relationships across all levels of the business.
Drive cultural and operational improvement.
Significant experience in similar role running a business or business unit with full P&L responsibility in the manufacturing/energy sector essential.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Characteristics
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies
Integrity Believes in conducting business honestly and respectfully with customers, team members, suppliers, and the communities they operate in.
Vision  Highly strategic in thought and behavior, driving daily execution while anticipating obstacles and opportunities and maintaining a long-term, big picture view. Possesses superior intellectual agility, dealing comfortably and quickly with complex manufacturing issues.
Change Agility An experienced change leader; creates effective plans to promote change; knows how to manage in changing cOrganizationumstances; seizes opportunities.
Drive for Results Results-oriented leader who can be counted on to exceed goals successfully; is constantly and consistently one of the top performers; sets defined, measurable expectations and provides employees with the resources to exceed them; very bottom-line oriented; steadfastly pushes him/herself and others for results.

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Assistant Site Manager

Robertson

Central East Scotland, Scotland
16 days ago
Central East Scotland, Scotland
16 days ago

We’re recruiting for an Assistant Site Manager with the strategic mind and drive to deliver the best for our customers and our business. Supervising projects from acceptance to completion, you’ll exemplify our commitment to Health & Safety, and ensuring quality and best practice will be second nature to you. Based in Edinburgh, you’ll manage a key Social Housing Residential project consisting of Flats and Housing,


What you’ll do:

  • Organise the day to day running of the site and to supervise all trades to ensure a high quality of delivery
  • Managing employees, labour & subcontractors on site
  • Following all safety procedures in conjunction with the Quality Assurance Plan
  • Provide assistance to the Project / Site Manager as required and where applicable 

  • Ensuring strict adherence to all safety procedures and fully implement the latest revision of Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan and RAMS
  • Ensure the work programme is adhered to at all times and highlight any issues to management where critical path or contract completion is jeopardised
  • Co-ordinate and arrange the works in such a manner as to safeguard the profitability of the project
  • Ensure the project is constructed in accordance with the project specifications and drawings achieving the desired quality
  • Liaise with the statutory authorities, local community and other agencies affected by the project as required
  • Conduct Weekly Site Safety Meetings, Co-ordination Meetings, Internal Employee Meetings and Subcontractor Progress Meetings

What you’ll need:

  • A Construction or Civil Engineering related degree
  • Management or supervisory experience in the construction industry 
  • Valid Black CSCS card - Management
  • SMSTS 
  • Competent in Health and Safety practise 
  • The ability to build and develop relationships with all internal and external stakeholders

Who we’re looking for:

People are at the heart of everything we do and achieve at Robertson. To fit right into the team, you’ll be committed to understanding the needs of our customers and show positive determination, working collaboratively towards our shared goals; get the best from teams and individuals, be confident in your decisions, and calm and quick to adjust to unexpected challenges; and help us make progress towards the best, most sustainable future, for ourselves and our communities.


We also look after our people just as much as we look after our clients, and you’ll discover  excellent on the job training that will support your professional development.

And on top of a competitive salary and pension, you’ll be able to make the most of a great benefits package, and local team based rewards depending on your role and where you’re based.

 

Company: Robertson Partnership Homes

Location: Edinburgh

Closing Date: 5th February 2021

 

Robertson is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

 

The working hours for this role are 38.75 hours per week.

 

A full Job Description is available on request.

 

ROBERTSON PARTNERSHIP HOMES

Robertson Partnership Homes delivers high-quality, affordable housing in partnership with local authorities and providers including housing associations. Working together we minimise development costs and risk, and find funding solutions to deliver much-needed new homes across Scotland.

 

Robertson is one of the largest family-owned construction, infrastructure and support services businesses in the UK. For over 50 years our sustainable growth has enabled us to invest in our business, the future of people and communities, and to deliver on major projects, housing schemes and facilities management for customers nationally. Ultimately, our approach is about making progress safely towards a sustainable future. It’s the Robertson Way.

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Head of Improvement

myjobscotland

5 Redheughs Rigg, Scotland
12 days ago
5 Redheughs Rigg, Scotland
12 days ago

Our Strategy and Improvement function based within SPS Headquarters, in Edinburgh, is looking for a Head of Improvement to join their expanding team. 

SPS is committed to putting the people who live and work in Scotland’s prisons at the heart of the design, delivery and improvement of services. The role of Head of Improvement will be at the forefront of this commitment, developing and delivering the SPS improvement framework, supporting SPS to meets its obligations as an Executive Agency of Scottish Government, as a public body and as a prison service. This is a new, challenging and rewarding role, working across internal and external stakeholders, bringing people and systems together in support of strategic planning, performance and risk management, business intelligence and analysis and improving our management information arrangements as well as ensuring SPS responds effectively to public scrutiny.

As Head of Improvement, you will lead the Corporate Planning, Performance and Risk Team and the Business Improvement and Analysis Team. You will work closely with the Head of Strategy and Improvement as well as the Strategy team to bring qualitative and quantitative research behind improvement priorities.  You will be responsible for the management, governance and control of the SPS Improvement Framework as well as implementation of an Enterprise Risk Management approach, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage and report risks.

About you:

If you have the following, we would like to hear from you:

·      Experience of providing strategic leadership for a risk, performance, analytical or improvement function.

·      Project management experience.

·      Experience of managing change, and finding new and improved ways of working, and implementing changes across a large organisation.

·      Sound understanding of public body expectations, including the integration of approaches to improvement, performance, risk management and business analysis.

·      Ability to solve problems, make sound decisions, plan and organise workload and communicate and build effective working relationships with others.

Benefits on offer include (but are not limited to):

·      Attractive Pension (Civil Service)

·      Supportive towards candidates attaining Industry Recognised Qualifications

·      Specialist Training

·      Annual Leave - 37 days rising to 42 days

·      Employee Savings scheme, including Cycle to Work

·      Employee Assistance Programme

·      Sick Pay

For further information on this exciting opportunity, including full job description, person specification, assessment process and to apply for this vacancy please visit www.sps.gov.uk.

Closing date for applications is: 16thMarch 2021at 12noon

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Nike Operations/Back of House Lead (Department Manager)

Nike

Edinburgh - Loanhead
4 days ago
Edinburgh - Loanhead
4 days ago
+ High school diploma or equivalent
+ Relevant retail experience
+ Ability to work weekends, evenings and holidays as needed
+ Demonstrable experience in retail management
+ Ability to communicate in English
+ Ability to use retail business systems and Microsoft Office
NIKE, Inc. is a growth company that looks for team members to grow
with it. Nike offers a generous total rewards package, casual work environment,
a diverse and inclusive culture, and an electric atmosphere for professional
development. No matter the location, or the role, every Nike employee shares
one galvanizing mission: To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete*
in the world.
NIKE, Inc. is committed to employing a diverse workforce.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity,
gender expression, veteran status, or disability.
As our Operations Lead your role is crucial to the effective running of the store. You will be focused on profit and loss control, customer satisfaction and shrinkage results by overseeing operational aspects. You will drive and inspire your back-of-house team to process stock efficiently and to ensure that the back of house environment mirrors the unique energy, passion and innovation our consumers experience on the shop floor.
Responsibilities
+ Managing all daily activities with the operational and back of house areas of the store, including cash office, H&S policy and procedures, stock flow and loss prevention, product management, scheduling and planning
+ Provide expertise in one or more areas or functions (shipping and receiving, cashier duties, and customer service)
+ Identify issues and opportunities based on selling and customer feedback
+ Assist in coordinating work of other associates
+ Seek ongoing training and education to further develop expertise
NIKE, Inc. is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, protected veteran status, or disability. NIKE is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please call +1 503-671-4156 and let us know the nature of your request, your location and your contact information.
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Assistant Manager

Farmfoods

Edinburgh
1 day ago
Edinburgh
1 day ago

We are looking to recruit a new Assistant Manager for our shop in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh.We offer a permanent full time position working a variety of shifts 5 days from 7 each week usually including at least one weekend shift.

Pay, working hours & benefits:

The salary offered for this position is between £21,496 and £23,003 on a 43 hour contract.

In addition to your pay you will also benefit from:

- 30 days holiday each year.

- Award winning induction training.

- 15% staff discount to use in any of our 300+ shops on a great range of food and household essentials.

- A smart uniform.

- Free life assurance.

- Workplace pension.

As one of our assistant managers you will:

- Work closely with the shop manager to run an efficient shop and provide a great service to our customers.

- Be responsible for the development of your team of retail assistants through coaching, mentoring and providing feedback. 

- Be accountable for the shop in the absence of the shop manager and responsible for ensuring that customers are looked after, deliveries are worked quickly and shop routines are completed to maintain a safe, clean and tidy shop.

- Take responsibility for motivating and guiding your team to ensure the control of operational costs including shrinkage, waste and payroll.

- Support the shop manager with recruitment and induction of new team members.

You will need:

- A friendly, positive, hard working approach to work. 

- To be a ‘people person’ who finds it easy to get on everyone and is able to build strong working relationships with the people you work with.

- To be trustworthy and reliable as you will be an important part of a small team.  Your team and customers will depend upon you to do your job to the best of your ability at all times.

- Some experience as a manager, team leader or supervisor.

More than just a job:

There are many long-term opportunities for a career at Farmfoods.  We have some great training programmes in place and only promote to shop and area manager positions from within.  Many people in senior management and central services positions at Farmfoods started their careers in our shops so this could be the start of a rewarding career for you.

A bit about us:

Farmfoods are a family business with ambition. We pride ourselves on offering our customers great value, quality products from clean and tidy shops with the friendliest team in retail.

We aim to offer sensational value to customers on a great range of everyday family oriented goods.  We back up our sensational value with a focus on delivering an ‘old fashioned’, genuine and friendly customer experience.

Our assistant managers are important members of the shop management team providing support to a small team of retail assistants and ensuring that their shops run smoothly and efficiently to provide great service to our customers.

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East, West and Midlothian Operations Manager

myjobscotland

West and MIdlothian, Scotland
12 days ago
West and MIdlothian, Scotland
12 days ago

East, West and Midlothian Operations Manager

Location - East, West and Midlothian

Salary -£34,000

Ref – HO19-OML

Ark is a major provider of Care and Support to people with long term and enduring conditions such as learning disability, mental health issues, dementia and autism. As a housing association we are one of the smaller providers. Our aim is to ensure that those who use our services get the very best out of ARK to enable them to live a good life and to provide the best quality of housing to our tenants, some of whom we provide support to.

We have created new Operation Manager posts in Fife, East/West/Midlothian, Clackmannanshire & Falkirk, Borders and Angus/Perth.

The new Operation Manager posts will;

·        Have responsibility for a group of services under one registration

·        Focus on Quality Assurance and regulatory compliance

·        Directly line manage CSMs

·        Focus on relationships which support operational activity

·        Ensure effective practice development

·        Have clear budgetary responsibility

·        Be expected to lead innovation

·        Support delivery of Ark’s Strategic Objectives through implementation

As the Operations Manager you will be responsible for all aspects of regulation pertaining to a registered service. You will provide leadership and direction to all staff within the service and as a key member of Ark’s management team you have a wider leadership role, to engage with and support positively all organisational initiatives. You will be responsible for implementing area business plans within your service, which in turn supports delivery of the overarching organisational strategy. Your role is to ensure the safe delivery of high quality support services and build a culture that aligns to our values and aims, to achieve sustained high performance. Integral to this is the development of person centred and outcome focused services to people which supports them to live a good life.

This is an exciting role for the right applicant and comes at a time where Ark have undertaken a major piece of work where we have reviewed and developed the Business Plan for the next 5 years and beyond. This is an exciting time to join the team where you will have the opportunity to deliver the ambitions of Ark.

The aim of the revised business plans is to:

·        Have a reputation for excellence and be recognised as a high quality provider of housing and care

·        Be known as an excellent employer where employees will enjoy rewarding careers

·        Build our technological and digital capability to support a successful business

·        Have in place Leadership to create a culture of excellence throughout the business

We have developed ambitious integrated objectives in the new business plan for both housing and care and it is therefore imperative that the operational structures within the operations directorate provide the resources and capacity to enable the Director of Operations to deliver the range of strategic objectives within the business plan; we believe our new structure delivers that for care and support.

For an application pack and an Operations Manager Recruitment Pack please visit our website at https://www.arkha.org.uk/current-vacancies/east-west-and-midlothian-operations-manager/ , contact Reception on 0131 447 9027 or email

admin@arkha.org.uk

quoting the job reference.

Closing date: Friday 5th March 2021

Interviews: w/c Monday 8th March 2021

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Fife Operations Manager

myjobscotland

Fife, Scotland
12 days ago
Fife, Scotland
12 days ago

Fife Operations Manager

Location - Fife

Salary – £34,000

Ref – HO18-OMF

Ark is a major provider of Care and Support to people with long term and enduring conditions such as learning disability, mental health issues, dementia and autism. As a housing association we are one of the smaller providers. Our aim is to ensure that those who use our services get the very best out of ARK to enable them to live a good life and to provide the best quality of housing to our tenants, some of whom we provide support to.

We have created new Operation Manager posts in Fife, East/West/Midlothian, Clackmannanshire & Falkirk, Borders and Angus/Perth.

The new Operation Manager posts will;

·        Have responsibility for a group of services under one registration

·        Focus on Quality Assurance and regulatory compliance

·        Directly line manage CSMs

·        Focus on relationships which support operational activity

·        Ensure effective practice development

·        Have clear budgetary responsibility

·        Be expected to lead innovation

·        Support delivery of Ark’s Strategic Objectives through implementation

As the Operations Manager you will be responsible for all aspects of regulation pertaining to a registered service. You will provide leadership and direction to all staff within the service and as a key member of Ark’s management team you have a wider leadership role, to engage with and support positively all organisational initiatives. You will be responsible for implementing area business plans within your service, which in turn supports delivery of the overarching organisational strategy. Your role is to ensure the safe delivery of high quality support services and build a culture that aligns to our values and aims, to achieve sustained high performance. Integral to this is the development of person centred and outcome focused services to people which supports them to live a good life.

This is an exciting role for the right applicant and comes at a time where Ark have undertaken a major piece of work where we have reviewed and developed the Business Plan for the next 5 years and beyond. This is an exciting time to join the team where you will have the opportunity to deliver the ambitions of Ark.

The aim of the revised business plans is to:

·        Have a reputation for excellence and be recognised as a high quality provider of housing and care

·        Be known as an excellent employer where employees will enjoy rewarding careers

·        Build our technological and digital capability to support a successful business

·        Have in place Leadership to create a culture of excellence throughout the business

We have developed ambitious integrated objectives in the new business plan for both housing and care and it is therefore imperative that the operational structures within the operations directorate provide the resources and capacity to enable the Director of Operations to deliver the range of strategic objectives within the business plan; we believe our new structure delivers that for care and support.

For an application pack and an Operations Manager Recruitment Pack please visit our website at https://www.arkha.org.uk/current-vacancies/fife-operations-manager, contact Reception on 0131 447 9027 or email

admin@arkha.org.uk

quoting the job reference.

Closing date: Friday 5thMarch 2021

Interviews: w/c Monday 8thMarch 2021

Working towards equal opportunities and a diverse workforce

Scottish Charity No. SCO1569

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Site Manager

Robertson

Central East Scotland, Scotland
16 days ago
Central East Scotland, Scotland
16 days ago

We're recruiting for a Site Manager, with the drive and strategic mindset to deliver the best for our customers and our business. Leading private residential projects from inception to completion, you’ll exemplify our commitment to Health & Safety, and ensuring quality and best practice will be second nature to you. Working on a new site in Livingston, you must have experience in managing apartment/flatted builds, and ideally be NHBC award winning or have experience of working towards this.

 

Living by Robertson offers new homes for solo buyers, design-conscious younger buyers and downsizers. Our contemporary apartments feature quality specifications in locations close to great amenities and transport links. 


What you’ll do:

  • Organise the day to day running of the site and to supervise all trades to ensure a high quality of delivery
  • Managing employees, labour & subcontractors on site
  • Following all safety procedures in conjunction with the Quality Assurance Plan
  • Provide assistance to the Project Manager as required and where applicable 

  • Support the purchaser journey ensuring client centricity in all aspects of the build process
  • Encourage & enforce adherence to NHBC build standards minimising defects and supporting high quality standards
  • Ensuring strict adherence to all safety procedures and fully implement the latest revision of Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan and RAMS
  • Ensure the work programme is adhered to at all times and highlight any issues to management where critical path or contract completion is jeopardised
  • Co-ordinate and arrange the works in such a manner as to safeguard the profitability of the project
  • Ensure the project is constructed in accordance with the project specifications and drawings achieving the desired quality
  • Liaise with the statutory authorities, local community and other agencies affected by the project as required
  • Conduct Weekly Site Safety Meetings, Co-ordination Meetings, Internal Employee Meetings and Subcontractor Progress Meetings

What you’ll need:

  • A Construction or Civil Engineering related degree
  • Competent with NHBC technical standards
  • Ideally NHBC Award winning
  • Management or supervisory experience in the construction industry 
  • Valid CSCS card - Management
  • SMSTS 
  • Competent in Health and Safety practise 
  • The ability to build and develop relationships with all internal and external stakeholders

Who we’re looking for:

People are at the heart of everything we do and achieve at Robertson. To fit right into the team, you’ll be committed to understanding the needs of our customers and work collaboratively towards our shared goals; get the best from teams and individuals, be confident in your decisions, and calm and quick to adjust to unexpected challenges; and help us make progress towards a sustainable future for ourselves and our communities.


We also look after our people just as much as we look after our clients. On top of a competitive salary and pension, you’ll be able to make the most of a great benefits package, and local team based rewards depending on your role and where you’re based.

 

Company: Living by Robertson

Location: Livingston

Closing Date: 26th February 2021

 

The working hours for this role are 38.75 hours per week

 

Robertson is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

 

A full job description can be provided upon request

 

LIVING BY ROBERTSON

Living by Robertson offers new homes for solo buyers, design-conscious younger buyers and downsizers. Our contemporary apartments feature quality specifications in locations close to great amenities and transport links. 

 

Robertson is one of the largest family-owned construction, infrastructure and support services businesses in the UK. For over 50 years our sustainable growth has enabled us to invest in our business, the future of people and communities, and to deliver on major projects, housing schemes and facilities management for customers nationally. Ultimately, our approach is about making progress safely towards a sustainable future. It’s the Robertson Way.

 

Salary

£38k - £45k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

2 days ago

Description

Blue Whale Spa currently are looking to recruit an experienced Branch Manager for our Sales Showroom, Service and Distribution Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland.

About the role

A key member of the Management Team, you will be responsible for delivering exceptional levels of Customer Satisfaction through operational experience, with the ability to lead a multi-functional team including, Sales, Business Development, Showroom Facilities Management, Warehousing, Inventory and Distribution to service our B2C and B2B customers, supporting our evolving showroom network.

Taking care of the day to day running of the site, you will drive the operational business through continuous improvement and learning methods, having the ability to create, develop and implement initiatives that give a ROI and deliver added value with a focus on our people and customer satisfaction. Health, Safety and Wellbeing are our first priorities and you will assure this while meeting our overall targets and KPI objectives in sales, service, productivity, quality, security and cost efficiently, ensuring full legal and operational compliance.

About you

With the ability to adapt in an unpredictable environment, you’ll have proven ability to ensure all training and development needs are met, and will make certain cross-functional team working, at both lower and strategic levels. You’ll ideally hold a management degree or equivalent, with a financial / business qualification and have excellent proven people management skills.

Above all, you’ll be an effective relationship builder, commercially focused and have excellent IT Skill

About us

Blue Whale Spa is the UK market leader in the design, manufacture and installation of Hot Tubs, Spas and Specialist Pools, our mission is to bring health and well-being to your home.

Please refer to the Full Job Description and Person Specification upon completing your application