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Manufacturing Technician

Syngenta

Huddersfield
8 days ago
Huddersfield
8 days ago
Job Description

Manufacturing Technician, Grangemouth


Syngenta Grangemouth - a world leading company, right on your doorstep!


Chemicals manufacture started in 1919 and today the site continues to produce crop protection products for use by farmers worldwide. We employ over 350 skilled people in various roles including manufacturing, engineering, scientific and production support. Our goal is to operate ldquo;Safely , reliably and cost effectivelyrdquo; and to help growers protect their crops and increase their yield.


At Syngenta Grangemouth we have four plants dedicated to active ingredient (AI) manufacture, and one finished product formulation and packaging plant with the most recent facility opening in May 2010..


Syngenta Grangemouth and its employees are also active in the local community. The site supports the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a demonstration site to show how urban green spaces can be created from wasteland, and how green amenity areas, including gardens, can be managed to meet both human and wildlife needs. There is also an employee run charities fund which collects donations from colleagues and responds to requests for support and donations from local charities.


Grow your career in Syngenta


The manufacturing technician will work within one of the active ingredientrsquo;s plants in the world leading manufacturing facility in Grangemouth. The successful candidate will work with industry leading technology as part of the manufacturing team to support the safe and efficient production of our products. You will operate plant and control the process to meet production requirements, HSEQ and cost standards and will undertake activities in compliance with site, company and regulatory requirements.


Role purpose:

  • To support the Active Ingredient (AI) manufacture of our products. Working in a safe and efficient manner, as part of the manufacturing team, you will operate plant and control the process to meet production requirements, HSEQ and cost standards.
  • To undertake activities in compliance with site, company and regulatory requirements, e.g. SIrsquo;s, HSE policy and standards, COMAH (Health and Safety Executive), PPC (SEPA) etc

Who are we looking for?


We looking to recruit talented, hardworking and proactive individuals from a variety of experiences and backgrounds


We are looking for talents who:

  • Have basic chemical knowledge
  • Have previous operational experience running a variety of computer controlled chemical manufacturing assets, preferably coupled with a recognised chemical qualification i.e NVQ
  • Ambitious and willing to learn and develop
  • Ability to work to the highest HSE standards and procedures
  • Have good analytical and interpersonal skills
  • Are proactive and have the ability to work in diverse teams
  • Happy to work shift patterns
  • IT literate


Additional information:

  • This role attracts shift disturbance allowance, occasional hours payment and additional hours payment
  • Role will require regular and sometimes prolonged use of Breathing Apparatus

If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you!


What we can offer you

  • Full time role based in Grangemouth
  • Competitive salary and benefits scheme including health insurance and pension

How and when to apply?

  • Apply via our careers page -
  • Attach your latest CV (compulsory, and one version must be in English)
  • Attach a motivation letter


Our process includes:

  • submission of required application material (CV and motivational letter)
  • a zoom interview including technical questioning
  • If successful, a plant tour and site visit.

Syngenta is committed to achieving workforce diversity and creating an inclusive working environment. We welcome all applications irrespective of social and cultural background, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief.


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Auto Electrician - Vehicle Security Engineer

Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd

Pudsey, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Pudsey, Yorkshire
£26k Per Year
4 days ago
£26k Per Year
Due to our ever-increasing work load Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd require an installation engineer, ideally located to serve the West Yorkshire area for our mobile installation service. Being based along the M1 / M62 corridor would be ideal however for the correct candidate this wouldn’t matter.
Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd is a small, family run business with a passion for vehicle security and high levels of customer service. We offer stolen vehicle recovery systems, fleet management, vehicle alarms, immobilisers and other products for installation across Yorkshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire.
The ideal candidate will have a tracking and security installation background, a good knowledge of auto electrics and CAN based vehicles.
You must have a proven track record of working on a variety of vehicles including Cars, Vans Motor Homes, HGV and Super Cars.
You must be able to work on your own initiative, have a passion for customer service, good communication and a desire to succeed.
This is not a normal role and would require early starts with arrival onsite often at 7:30/8am, complemented by early finishes.
As part of our induction into the role you will be shadowed to ensure your skills, quality of work and manners match that our customers have come to recognise from us.
Duties will include installation of:
  • Thatcham Approved tracking
  • Alarm Systems
  • Fleet Tracking
  • Immobilisers Dash Camera
  • Reversing Cameras
In return the ideal candidate will receive:
  • Mobile Phone
  • Company Van
  • Laptop
  • Full uniform
  • 20 days Holiday plus Bank Holidays
  • Flexible finishing times
  • Company Pension
Salary: £26k plus overtime, OTE in the region of £32k+ Monday to Friday only.
Please send applications with a full CV to sales@sasmobile.co.uk
To find out more about us you can visit our website www.sasmobile.co.uk
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Business Development Manager

Equals One LTD

Leeds, Yorkshire
2 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£25k - £28k Per Year
2 days ago
£25k - £28k Per Year

Business Development Manager - Basic salary circa 25-28k dependent on experience + uncapped commission OTE 100k+

Yorkshire – car driver essential – there will be a requirement to visit Head Office infrequently in Barnsley

AirCentric in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, is a leading provider of high quality commercial air conditioning and ventilation systems throughout the UK. Due to expansion they are now looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and results oriented sales executive to join their existing team. This role will ideally suit an individual who is used to creating and developing their own leads and building strong relationships with customers including end users, specifiers and main contractors.

You must have a proven track record of generating new business with specifying consultants, construction sectors key players and M&E companies.

The role

You will be responsible for prospecting and forming strong relationships with key decision makers and ensuring that the company has high quality market intelligence. You will be responsible for reviewing existing and potential market opportunities. The role will include preparing technical and commercial documents for bids, quotes and offers. Your remit will include exploiting service, maintenance and upgrade opportunities and assisting in developing and maintaining high quality marketing activities.

Key responsibilities but not limited to:-

·Understanding and exploiting the routes to market for the company’s design, installation and servicing portfolio

·Developing a portfolio of decision makers in each company specifying or purchasing products or services which the company has the capability of supplying

·Responding to customer enquiries professionally and promptly

·Ensuring that the company can meet customer deadlines for quotations, technical capability and delivery

·Developing information flows relating to developments in markets and trends which will assist the company in targeting new or different sectors

·Understanding new technological advances being made and discussing the feasibility of the company exploiting these opportunities

·Examining gaps in the company’s product and service portfolio and proposing the costs and benefits of filling these gaps

·Assisting in the establishment of benchmarks against competitors so that the company’s performance can be easily measured

·Reviewing the technological sophistication of the products and service posture and proposing changes to sharpen its competitive edge

·Assisting with the organisation of exhibitions, trade stands and presentations to customers and visitors

·Identifying niche market positions or opportunities in specialist markets which can be easily exploited by the company

·Proposing pricing strategies for market sectors together with the possibilities of differentiating applications in these markets

·Reviewing the company’s technical service given to customers and establishing if it is acceptable to the market and can be fully justified in terms of gross margins earned

·Reviewing customers who no longer buy from the company and propose strategies for regaining these prospects

·Examining how the company becomes included in key contract tenders and how relationships can be built with large engineering organisations in the chemical-processing sector amongst others

·Assisting in the preparation of literature and web site updates for specific marketing sectors you have identified

Essential skills:-

·New business development experience and a track record of achieving your targets. You must be able to regularly open new sales opportunities through networking, cold calling and strategic marketing campaigns

·Cold-calling experience

·Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)

·Ability to build rapport with a wide variety of individuals

·Solid IT skills including Powerpoint, Outlook, Excel etc

·Superb presentation ability

·Excellent organisation and time management skills

Interested? Please send your cv and details of your current remuneration by return.

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Purchasing Project Manager

Randstad CPE

Huddersfield, Yorkshire
22 days ago
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
£24.62 - £28.72 Per Hour
22 days ago
£24.62 - £28.72 Per Hour

Purchasing Project Manager required on a contract basis to join an industry leading engineering & manufacturing business.

Do you have a background in a complex purchasing environment? Do you have a confident personality, able to push back where needed in a calm an rational manner? Are you a strong communicator? If you are seeking an exciting challenge then this is the contract role for you!

You will play a key role in expediting with major suppliers across India, China and the US. Working with the local production/project team and planning and adjusting the schedule based on input from production team and suppliers

Key responsibilities:

  • Create the Master build and component schedule that satisfies customer demand
  • Determine the impact of design changes and other constraints to adjusts supplier schedules to ensure customer delivery
  • Manage all supplier schedules for prototype builds for Latitude focusing on shortage suppliers.
  • Work with external and internal cross functional stakeholders to develop and implement short and mid-term improvements.
  • Identify roadblocks and solve problems or provide options.
  • Assess supplier delivery risk considering both program and external risks (lead times product change, capacities)
  • Elevate issues clearly, with options.
  • Communicate a clear picture of overall readiness for all builds on a 6 month horizon.

Experience required:

  • MS literacy - particularly Excel and power point.
  • Familiarity with Oracle or similar - raising Purchase Orders
  • Communicates effectively - Developing and delivering multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences
  • Customer focus - Building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions
  • Ability to focus on a clear goal but working within a team environment.
  • Collaborates - Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives
  • Drives results - Consistently achieving results, even under tough circumstances.
  • Ensures accountability - Holding self and others accountable to meet commitments.
  • Experience
  • Relevant experience working within a purchasing/ manufacturing environment to deliver components to a schedule.

This is an awesome opportunity to be part of a leading manufacturing business which offers an interesting, varied and exciting workload coupled with a motivated and passionate culture. You will be part of a small, friendly team working together to deliver programmes that are critical to the long-term success of a respected, global company.

Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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Point of Care Testing and Phlebotomy Manager

National Health Service

Huddersfield, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
4 days ago

Point of Care Testing and Phlebotomy Manager

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 07 March 2021

Job overview

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Point of Care Testing (POCT) and Phlebotomy Manager, in a busy but friendly team, within the Pathology department at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT). Applications are invited from quality driven, enthusiastic and motivated individuals to manage the services across the Trust. CHFT is one of the most digitally advanced Trusts in the country and our department works closely our stakeholders to support a large number of POCT platforms across the Trust, offering a wide range of diagnostic tests to two hospitals and the wider community.

The Point of Care Testing and Phlebotomy Manager will be responsible, in conjunction with the Point of Care Testing Clinical Lead and the Chair of the Point of Care Testing Governance Committee, for the implementation of the Trust wide Point of Care Testing Policy, ensuring the Trust and other services comply with Current Legislation, Regulations and Guidelines.

Main duties of the job

This post will play a key role in the delivery of high quality clinical services supporting the effective day to day operational management of Point of Care Testing (POCT) and phlebotomy services throughout the Trust and wider community.

This role requires networking outside the department including Trust ward and clinical staff, GPs, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), the Training Department, Medical Engineering, UKAS and the various organisations associated with POCT and phlebotomy services.

The role involves procurement, implementation, training and monitoring of all POCT devices through reagent supply, internal and external quality assurance exercises and device connectivity. This individual will also provide strategic, operational management and staff management of the phlebotomy services.

The post holder will also be responsible for the budgetary management of services provided by POCT and Phlebotomy.

About us

CHFT has been rated Good by The Care Quality Commission and the Pathology department is accredited to the UKAS ISO15189 standard. CPD and further study is actively encouraged and supported. You will be required to adopt flexible working patterns and may be required to work on either of the Trust sites. You may be required to participate in round the clock working as the POCT service develops. The post is subject to Agenda for Change NHS Term and Conditions.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To provide day to day leadership and management of POCT and Phlebotomy.

To augment the business strategy, design, implementation, and delivery of POCT and phlebotomy services in conjunction with the Pathology Service Managers.

To be responsible for the budgetary management of the specific Laboratory services provided by the Pathology Directorate and to deliver services in line with financial plan.

To maintain accreditation and regulatory compliance in all areas of the business (e.g. UKAS ISO15189, ISO22870, HSE, CQC) through the implementation of robust quality management and training systems

To be responsible for implementation of the Trust POCT and phlebotomy policy, ensuring the Trust and other services comply with current legislation, regulations and guidelines.

Leadership Duties

  • Provide strong visible leadership within the Laboratory in partnership with the Clinical Director and General Manager.
  • Work alongside the Clinical Director & Clinical Lead to ensure that the Laboratory teams feel engaged and empowered and free to innovate.
  • To drive through the delivery of ambitious targets to continually improve performance within the Laboratory and performance manage staff against targets.
  • Provide (professional where appropriate) support to the laboratory / clinical teams.
  • Ensure that all staff in the Laboratory are clear about what is expected and are working together in successful teams to achieve the vision of the Trust.
  • Lead on the implementation of strategic and operational plans in line with corporate strategies of internal and external stakeholders and linking directly to wider policy (local and national).
  • Supports the development of new business growth through collaboration, bids and responses to tender opportunities.
  • Deputises for the Pathology General Manager as required.

Service Delivery

General:

  • To be responsible for the development and delivery of a quality and effective Laboratory service.
  • Lead on the development of service plans for the Laboratory.
  • Challenge existing practices, ensuring that progressive solutions, which take into account models of best practice, are incorporated into service plans.
  • Ensure that all income required to support delivery of the service is identified and that budgets to deliver this are realistic.
  • Work closely with the General Manager, clinicians and services in other parts of the Trust to ensure delivery plans are compatible and to maximise opportunities for more efficient ways of working.
  • Support Clinicians to re-design services that deliver improved clinical outcomes for patients, reduced waiting times and more efficient use of resources.
  • To operate, maintain, and, subject to manufacturers constrains and departmental policy, ensure maintenance of analytical instruments and analysers in point of care testing.
  • To maintain a high level of scientific and technical competence personally and throughout the laboratory.
  • Responsible for departmental stock control procedure.
  • To maintain an up-to-date knowledge and awareness of current development in relevant disciplines and ensure such knowledge is passed on to all staff, where appropriate.
  • To encourage all Laboratory staff to increase their knowledge of relevant scientific information.
  • To directly supervise the scientific and technical work of Laboratory staff, where required.

POCT:

To organise evaluation, tender specifications, procurement and implementation and information management of Point of Care Testing equipment.

To develop business cases for service development in all areas utilising Point of Care Testing devices.

To manage the various IT systems used in the management of the Point of Care Testing service.

To develop and implement the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for POCT equipment utilising the Pathology Quality Management System.

To ensure an effective document control system is in place and operational, complying with Trust policies for document control and the Royal College of Pathologists guidelines for the storage and retention of pathological material and records.

To be responsible for the design and delivery of training in conjunction with the Trust Training department ensuring tutorials, one to one training and competency assessments are fulfilled in accordance with ISO 15189 & ISO 22870, utilising the training module of the Pathology Quality Management System.

To ensure Internal Quality Control is performed on all devices as stipulated in an SOP. Informing relevant managers of either failure to perform or poor performance by individuals or departments, arranging refresher training where appropriate.

To establish an External Quality Assessment scheme for Point of Care Testing devices, monitoring performance, reporting back to users, investigating poor performance, implementing retraining, and if required, removal of passwords and / or devices posing a threat to patient safety. Reporting poor performance to the Point of Care Testing Governance committee.

To manage POCT contract for all divisions within the Trust including devices in the community where defined and within agreed budget lines. This will include purchasing equipment, reagent and maintenance contracts, EQA materials and any other associated consumables and supplies via a stock management system.

To provide appropriate specialist technical support and advice in result production and interpretation for tests conducted on POCT devices.

To learn and maintain an up to date expert knowledge of POCT devices to ensure consistent competency levels through annual reassessment protocols where identified. This includes a go to resource advisory capacity for service users in matters of business continuity, including new and innovative business opportunities in clinical areas.

To be responsible for dealing with product alerts, recalls, including reagents and act on patient safety notifications.

To provide expert knowledge and skills for research and development in the evaluation of POCT equipment and new methodology, producing a report that includes statistical analysis of data with graphical representation, making recommendations to aid the decision making process.

To act as secretary to the Trust POCT management committee and provide representation at the Medical Devices Group meeting when necessary and across the wider health professional spectrum.

Phlebotomy Services:

Ensuring safe and effective phlebotomy procedures for all patients. Continually review the phlebotomy service and ensure it meet the needs of the users.

Continually monitor legislation, policies and procedures and other quality approaches in relation to the Phlebotomy Department and identify and communicate areas where quality improvements need to be made. Ensure that all regulations applying to phlebotomists are consistently adhered to.

To ensure an effective document control system is in place and operational, complying with Trust policies for document control and the Royal College of Pathologists guidelines for the storage and retention of pathological material and records.

To support the phlebotomy team leaders in the design and delivery of training in conjunction with the Trust Training department ensuring tutorials, one to one training and competency assessments are fulfilled in accordance with ISO 15189 and utilising the training module of the Pathology Quality Management System.

Performance/Financial Management

  • To ensure the Laboratory has clearly defined performance objectives supported by a management regime to deliver continuous improvement.
  • Develop and implement effective reporting arrangements within the Laboratory to accurately record and monitor performance against local and national targets and to pro-actively manage/mitigate any variances (including forecasting future trends).
  • Ensure the Laboratory delivers financial performance in line with the Trusts agreed financial plan and to actively explore and implement opportunities for the project management office (PMO) and cost improvement programme.
  • To be accountable for delegated budgets within Laboratory and ensure the achievement of financial balance including development and monitoring of financial recovery plans for any adverse movements from plan.
  • Work with finance and informatics teams to develop annual activity and capacity plans for services, understanding what potential demand for services is and the capacity required to deliver anticipated demand.
  • Work with General Manager to develop workforce and finance models sufficient to deliver anticipated activity plans.

Governance and Risk

  • Promote a culture where governance and risk management are seen to be everyones responsibility.
  • Help ensure that patient safety is at the centre of Laboratorys planning, analysis and delivery.
  • Ensure that Laboratory employs robust risk management and systems for clinical quality and safety improvement.

Communication

  • To establish effective two-way channels of communication with the General Manager, Clinical Lead, Clinical Director and Senior Divisional Management team.
  • To establish excellent communication with other managers in the Trust and wider healthcare community to ensure that services are integrated.
  • Regularly meet with clinical and non-clinical staff to ensure they remain engaged in the Trusts vision for delivering excellence in all we do.

Human Resources

  • Takes action under the Trust personnel policies (eg grievance, disciplinary, capability) where necessary with the support of Human Resource Managers.
  • To provide an efficient and effective delivery of service by the recruitment and retention of staff with appropriate skills, competency and qualities.
  • Regularly review the Laboratory workforce plans to ensure it has the right numbers and the right level of knowledge skill and expertise skill to deliver services in the most effective and efficient way.
  • Ensures that all registered staff within the services practise in line with recognised Health & Care Professions Council standards.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Educated to Degree level of equivalent
  • Registered with the HCPC
  • Hold Fellowship of the Institute of Biomedical Science
  • Hold a Management Qualification or demonstrate equivalent experience
  • Extensive relevant CPD

Desirable

  • Hold Chartered Scientist (CSci) status with the Science Council

Experience

Essential

  • Recent experience of the management of a pathology laboratory
  • Experience of budget management
  • Experience of human resource management
  • Experience of change management
  • Experience of service development
  • Experience of UKAS ISO:15189 standard
  • Experience of providing training for Allied Heath Professionals and NHS staff

Special Knowledge/ Expertise

Essential

  • Extensive knowledge of POCT devices and their use in clinical pathways
  • Knowledge of UKAS ISO:15189 and ISO:22870 standard
  • Knowledge of UK NEQAS/WEQAS requirements

Practical/Intellectual Skills

Essential

  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to develop and motivate staff
  • Ability to resolve conflict
  • Ability to prioritise and organise workload independently

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Acre Street

Huddersfield

HD3 3EB


Employer's website

https://www.cht.nhs.uk


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Field Sales Engineer

Wallace Hind Selection

Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£30k - £50k Per Year
3 days ago
£30k - £50k Per Year

Rapidly expanding worldwide electronic components and sensors manufacturer seeks dynamic, enthusiastic engineering qualified Technical Field Sales Engineer to sell automation components and sensors to OEM's and machine builders.
BASIC SALARY: £30,000 - £40,000 - dependant on experience with possible flexibility.
BENEFITS:
· On Target Commission £8,000 - £10,000 - very achievable and uncapped
· Company Car - Golf type to start (Mercedes C Class, Audi A4, BMW 3 Series after qualifying period)
· Fuel Card
· Full Out of Pocket Expenses
· Hotel Card
· Contributory Pension
· Full Home Communications Package including Broadband, Laptop and Mobile etc.
LOCATION: Yorkshire and North East England
COMMUTABLE LOCATIONS: Leeds, Harrogate, Wakefield, Sheffield, Doncaster, York, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Durham, Newcastle, Darlington, Hull.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Technical Sales Engineer / Field Sales Engineer - Electronic Automation Components, Sensors to OEM's and Machine Builders
· After an initial one-month, full induction training programme (which will then be on-going) including sales and technical - both in the UK and European HQ, you will be given the Yorkshire and North East territory to develop.
· Although there will also be existing clients and significant business on the area, there will be a high new business content using a database of potential clients, following up on exhibition and internet generated leads, your own market research and your own lead generation.
· You will be dealing with clients at all levels from Design Engineer up to Director level at customers which are mainly OEMs with some end user contact.
· There is also a lot of scope to grow the area, with potential to double it in size selling to customers across automotive, food, pharmaceutical and packaging machinery, and equipment OEM markets.
PERSON SPECIFICATION: Technical Sales Engineer / Field Sales Engineer - Electronic Automation Components, Sensors to OEM's and Machine Builders
To be considered for this potentially rewarding role in terms of remuneration and career progression you will have:
EITHER
Some field sales, or possibly internal / office-based engineering / technical sales or applications engineer experience and a relevant engineering qualification ideally degree level or a good mechanical and electronics knowledge. (Preferably you will have sold components into mechanical OEMs).
OR
A proven track record of success in technical or engineering field sales, much preferably selling electrical, electrical, or industrial automation components to OEMs, ideally with a good mechanical knowledge or understanding as these are electronic components but solving mechanical problems for the customer.
What is most important is your desire to succeed and exceed targets, and progress in a competitive sales environment.
THE COMPANY:
Established for over 30 years across 50 countries worldwide, we are the UK subsidiary of a leading European manufacturer of a wide range of electronic components including vision systems and sensors, safety light barriers and systems also ident readers, barcode scanners and fluid sensors. We supply a very broad range of industrial and process machinery OEM's across automotive, food & pharmaceutical, process, and packaging amongst others.
We are a byword for quality in our market, manufacturing industry leading technology and products in terms of innovation and applications that really work. We have experienced consistent 15-20% growth per annum in the last 10 years.
PROSPECTS:
There is a lot of potential for the successful applicant to grow the role, and your career in a technical / engineering field sales role with a stable, well established and growing UK operation with a low staff turnover that takes a long term view on business, and gives its field sales personnel support and time to succeed.
It is highly likely you will have worked in any of the following roles and/or markets, and worked with the following products and/or services:  Technical Field Sales Engineer, Graduate Trainee Field Sales Engineer, Technical Sales Manager, Internal Sales Engineer - Electronic Automation Components, Sensors to OEM's and Machine Builders
INTERESTED? Please click apply. You will receive an acknowledgement of your application.
Please Note: Wallace Hind Selection have been chosen as the retained recruitment partner of our client and therefore any direct applications to our client from candidates or agencies will be forwarded on to us direct.
REF: RP16216, Wallace Hind Selection

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Key Account Manager

Wallace Hind Selection

Leeds, Yorkshire
5 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£55k - £65k Per Year
5 days ago
£55k - £65k Per Year

A superb opportunity to join a market leading manufacturer of packaging and product inspection machinery and systems selling to the food industry as a Key Account Manager. You will be focussing on managing and developing key accounts across the whole UK within the protein sector (meat, poultry, fish and cheese) with excellent prospects for further career development if successful in this role.
BASIC SALARY: up to £65,000 base
BENEFITS:
· circa £83,000 OTE
· Choice of Car
· Up to 10% Pension
LOCATION: Covering the whole UK & home based ideally living on or within the M1, M6, M62 & M4 corridors
COMMUTABLE LOCATIONS: Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham, Stoke, Birmingham, Leicester, Peterborough, Sheffield
JOB DESCRIPTION: Key Account Manager - Packaging, Product Inspection Machinery and Systems : Protein
A classic Key Account Manager with responsibility for a portfolio of existing major accounts within the protein market sector across the UK working alongside the regional sales team with full technical & applications engineering support.
REQUIREMENTS: Key Account Manager - Packaging, Product Inspection Machinery and Systems : Protein
· You MUST have a current or recent track record in sales of packaging or process machinery to the food industry
· Any specific experience of selling to the protein sector of the food industry would be advantageous
· The company will consider a territory sales person looking to step up into a Key Account role
· You WILL have an engineering background and ideally be a qualified mechanical or Electrical engineer
THE COMPANY:
A very well established and dominant market leader in the UK (and beyond) manufacturing a range of packaging & product inspection machinery supplied to the food industry.
I have worked with this client for over 10 years and have placed 6 of their current sales team with them, all of whom are still with the company and 3 of whom have since been promoted.
PROSPECTS:
Are excellent! This role has come about due to promotion of the incumbent and success in this role could lead to a sales management role in the medium term.
INTERESTED? Please click apply. You will receive an acknowledgement of your application.
Please Note: Wallace Hind Selection have been chosen as the retained recruitment partner of our client and therefore any direct applications to our client from candidates or agencies will be forwarded on to us direct.
REF: MPH16211, Wallace Hind Selection

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Project Manager - Modular Construction

Smartsearch Recruitment Ltd

Leeds, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£65k - £65k Per Year
1 day ago
£65k - £65k Per Year

Project Manager – Modular Construction, Salary: Up to £65k + car allowance & Benefits, National role with extensive UK site travel.

We require an experienced Project Manager to work for a Design & Build Modular Contractor. The ideal candidate will be an experienced Project Manager from a reputable modular, specialist or construction contractor background, with experience of managing major projects with a contract value of £20-28m.

The Project Manager role:

•The Major Projects division construct permanent buildings using Manufactured Offsite Modular construction techniques along with traditional steel frames to provide both Modular and hybrid building solutions that offer unrivalled flexibility for customers. The role initially is to support the current frameworks with the Department of Education (DfE) building Secondary, Primary and SEN Schools throughout the UK.
•As a site based Project Manager you will be fully responsible for the successful operational delivery of Projects on site ensuring safety, product quality, are completed within the contracted timescales, safely and within financial controls.
•This role is site based and you will lead a team made up of a Senior Site Manager, Apprentice Site Manager, Visiting QS, Planner and Engineer

Candidate requirements:

•Project Manager experience from a reputable modular, specialist or construction contractor background, with experience of managing major projects with a contract value of £20-28m.
•Experience of working on school projects would be an advantage although not essential.
•Appropriate qualifications, SMSTS, CSCS Black Card, First Aid
•The ability to communicate effectively is required in order to manage Customer and stakeholder relationships, in addition to strong planning and organisational skills to deliver operational excellence and efficiency.
•Strong leadership skills including experience in leading site teams, large programmes of work and has the confidence and ability to lead, influence and communicate with others to deliver targets.

If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for then please apply by attaching your CV.

Equal opportunities and diversity: Our client are committed to building a diverse, equal and inclusive culture. They aim to establish and maintain a leadership team and colleague population that reflects our society. They invite all colleagues to bring their whole selves to work and strive for an environment which is fair, and in which all of their colleagues are able to do their best each day.

Smartsearch take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your application. To effectively process your application, we may share your details with the company for whom we are collecting job applications and Smartsearch or the company may contact you by email, telephone or SMS. A copy of our privacy policy will be emailed to you upon receipt of your application.

Key words: Project Manager. Programme Manager, Construction, Modular Building

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Auto Electrician - Vehicle Security Engineer

Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd

Pudsey, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Pudsey, Yorkshire
£26k Per Year
4 days ago
£26k Per Year
Due to our ever-increasing work load Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd require an installation engineer, ideally located to serve the West Yorkshire area for our mobile installation service. Being based along the M1 / M62 corridor would be ideal however for the correct candidate this wouldn’t matter.
Safe & Sound Vehicle Systems Ltd is a small, family run business with a passion for vehicle security and high levels of customer service. We offer stolen vehicle recovery systems, fleet management, vehicle alarms, immobilisers and other products for installation across Yorkshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire.
The ideal candidate will have a tracking and security installation background, a good knowledge of auto electrics and CAN based vehicles.
You must have a proven track record of working on a variety of vehicles including Cars, Vans Motor Homes, HGV and Super Cars.
You must be able to work on your own initiative, have a passion for customer service, good communication and a desire to succeed.
This is not a normal role and would require early starts with arrival onsite often at 7:30/8am, complemented by early finishes.
As part of our induction into the role you will be shadowed to ensure your skills, quality of work and manners match that our customers have come to recognise from us.
Duties will include installation of:
  • Thatcham Approved tracking
  • Alarm Systems
  • Fleet Tracking
  • Immobilisers Dash Camera
  • Reversing Cameras
In return the ideal candidate will receive:
  • Mobile Phone
  • Company Van
  • Laptop
  • Full uniform
  • 20 days Holiday plus Bank Holidays
  • Flexible finishing times
  • Company Pension
Salary: £26k plus overtime, OTE in the region of £32k+ Monday to Friday only.
Please send applications with a full CV to sales@sasmobile.co.uk
To find out more about us you can visit our website www.sasmobile.co.uk
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Huddersfield Engineering & Manufacturing Apprenticeships

Cummins Inc

West Yorkshire, EN
30+ days ago
West Yorkshire, EN
30+ days ago
Huddersfield Engineering & Manufacturing Apprenticeships-21000080

Description

 

 

Start date - September 2021

Training Provider - Appris college Bradford

We are recruiting 5 apprentices for the following positions:

  • 1 x Mechanical Maintenance 
  • 1 x Laboratory Operations
  • 1 x Metrology
  • 2 x Operations/Quality

 

​​​Outline of Maintenance Apprenticeship role:

As part of your role as a maintenance apprentice, you will work within our maintenance team, maintaining systems and equipment in an industrial environment.  As part of your role as a mehanical maintenance apprentice, you will be responsible for ensuring machine tools are available and capable by means of:

  • Wirking to company safety standards.
  • Breakdown repair.
  • Identifying faults & errors & developing skills to overcome them.
  • Understanding preventative/predictive maintenance programs.
  • Undertaking training in the assembling/disassembling of equipment.
  • Following documented procedures/policies to diagnose & complete repairs.

 

Outline of Laboratory Operations apprenticeship role:
As a Technician in our Laboratory Operations function, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Carrying out standard and non-standard turbocharger tests.
  • Working closely with engineers to determine best options/testing approach.
  • Setting up turbochargers in test cells and on engines to perform turbocharger functional tests.
  • Setting-up on test engines.
  • Writing complex test programmes.
  • Producing test data and assessing for quality prior to handing over to engineering.
  • Building prototype turbochargers.
  • Machining non-standard prototype parts.
  • Carrying out detailed disassembly and inspection of tested components.
  • Carrying out routine test cell and engine bed maintenance.

 

Outline of Metrology apprenticeship role:
As a Metrology Technician within our UK Prototype division, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Providing complex component testing and measurement using a problem-solving approach, a range of Metrology equipment and methods, and a solid Engineering foundation knowledge
  • Interpreting complex Engineering drawings and models, utilizing a good understanding of process and product functionality
  • Creating and developing new measurement programs and methods for manual equipment, Co-Ordinate Measurement Machines (CMM), and topographical material analysis tools
  • Obtaining an advanced understanding of various manual and CNC machining methods and their respective impacts within a Metrology environment
  • Reporting on unique Engineering, testing, machining, and assembly requirements in a suitable manner to ensure product is manufactured correctly
  • Using an advanced skillset and knowledge to provide validation reports for Engineering investigations

 

Outline of Operations/Quality apprenticeship role (x2):
Technical Support Technicians work as part of a team to provide technical support and expertise to all areas of the manufacturing function. As a Technical Support Technician in our Quality or Operations function you will be responsible for some of the following:

  • Learning the Quality processes within manufacturing.
  • Learning about operational excellence in the Kaizen team.
  • Operating a range of machinery in our production areas.
  • Conducting investigations into operations’ quality problems.
  • Turbo strip down and fault-finding investigations.
  • Completion of daily quality checks.
  • Coordinating measuring machine and programmable gauge programming & operation.
  • Raising material nonconformance documents.
  • Product and process auditing.
  • Destination role on completion of apprenticeship to be within one of our machining areas, operational support functions or quality function

 

Overview of course:

You will study full time at Appris College (Bradford) in your first year learning a broad range of engineering knowledge and skills which may include:

  • Producing components using hand fitting techniques
  • Maintaining mechanical devices and equipment
  • Assembling and testing fluid power systems
  • Producing mechanical assemblies 
  • Preparing and using lathes for turning operations
  • Preparing and using milling machines

After your first year you will come on site for the duration of your apprenticeship to learn your role within the company and will study one day per week at Appris. Included in the 4 year apprenticeship is a 2 year Level 4 HNC qualification.

 

Application process:

As part of our screening process we are looking for some specific information.  You may choose to submit a CV, however, please consider attaching an additional document with the information required below to allow you to include sufficient detail:

  1. Education and Training - include details of the school/college, GCSEs taken and grades obtained, (if you only have predicted grades at this stage, please detail those and mark with *).
  2. Please state from any of the subjects you are studying/have studied, which interests you the most and give a brief description of any relevant and interesting projects you have completed.
  3. Please tell us about your interests and hobbies, giving details of positions of responsibility, achievements and any public duties undertaken.   Please indicate where you believe your hobbies have equipped you with additional skills that will enable you to succeed within the job applied for.
  4. Please tell us why you are seeking an apprenticeship. Why you are interested in engineering and what are the key areas that interest you?

You can choose to apply for any or all of the positions listed above, please indicate on your application which positions you would like to apply for and indicate your preferences by numbering them 1 - 4  (1 being first preference). 

Qualifications

 

 

Entry Requirements:
We are looking for self-motivated people who are a good fit with our business. We want to see and hear that you are genuinely enthusiastic about developing a career in your chosen field, you work well in a team and can plan & organise your time effectively. In addition you will also possess

  • 5 GCSEs Grade A star to C (level 4-9): Including English language and a Science/Technology subject
  • Mathematics GCSE Grade B or above (Level 5-9 equivalent)

* We are aware that GCSEs which should have been taken in 2020 and 2021 were/are cancelled and we will use predicted grades for 2021 and the grades awarded in 2020 in lieu of actual exam results.

 

Contact Details:
For more information please contact:

cttsitetraininghudds@cummins.com


Amy Antcliffe, Site Training Specialist, 01484 832731

The application process will close on Monday 1st March 2021.

Job

 ENGINEERING

Primary Location

 United Kingdom-England-West Yorkshire-UK, Huddersfield, CTT St Andrew's Road

Job Type

 Apprenticeship
Recruitment Job Type Apprenticeship

Job Posting

 Jan 21, 2021, 10:24:49 AM

Unposting Date

 Mar 1, 2021, 11:59:00 PM

Posted

8 days ago

Description

Job Description

Manufacturing Technician, Grangemouth


Syngenta Grangemouth - a world leading company, right on your doorstep!


Chemicals manufacture started in 1919 and today the site continues to produce crop protection products for use by farmers worldwide. We employ over 350 skilled people in various roles including manufacturing, engineering, scientific and production support. Our goal is to operate ldquo;Safely , reliably and cost effectivelyrdquo; and to help growers protect their crops and increase their yield.


At Syngenta Grangemouth we have four plants dedicated to active ingredient (AI) manufacture, and one finished product formulation and packaging plant with the most recent facility opening in May 2010..


Syngenta Grangemouth and its employees are also active in the local community. The site supports the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a demonstration site to show how urban green spaces can be created from wasteland, and how green amenity areas, including gardens, can be managed to meet both human and wildlife needs. There is also an employee run charities fund which collects donations from colleagues and responds to requests for support and donations from local charities.


Grow your career in Syngenta


The manufacturing technician will work within one of the active ingredientrsquo;s plants in the world leading manufacturing facility in Grangemouth. The successful candidate will work with industry leading technology as part of the manufacturing team to support the safe and efficient production of our products. You will operate plant and control the process to meet production requirements, HSEQ and cost standards and will undertake activities in compliance with site, company and regulatory requirements.


Role purpose:

  • To support the Active Ingredient (AI) manufacture of our products. Working in a safe and efficient manner, as part of the manufacturing team, you will operate plant and control the process to meet production requirements, HSEQ and cost standards.
  • To undertake activities in compliance with site, company and regulatory requirements, e.g. SIrsquo;s, HSE policy and standards, COMAH (Health and Safety Executive), PPC (SEPA) etc

Who are we looking for?


We looking to recruit talented, hardworking and proactive individuals from a variety of experiences and backgrounds


We are looking for talents who:

  • Have basic chemical knowledge
  • Have previous operational experience running a variety of computer controlled chemical manufacturing assets, preferably coupled with a recognised chemical qualification i.e NVQ
  • Ambitious and willing to learn and develop
  • Ability to work to the highest HSE standards and procedures
  • Have good analytical and interpersonal skills
  • Are proactive and have the ability to work in diverse teams
  • Happy to work shift patterns
  • IT literate


Additional information:

  • This role attracts shift disturbance allowance, occasional hours payment and additional hours payment
  • Role will require regular and sometimes prolonged use of Breathing Apparatus

If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you!


What we can offer you

  • Full time role based in Grangemouth
  • Competitive salary and benefits scheme including health insurance and pension

How and when to apply?

  • Apply via our careers page -
  • Attach your latest CV (compulsory, and one version must be in English)
  • Attach a motivation letter


Our process includes:

  • submission of required application material (CV and motivational letter)
  • a zoom interview including technical questioning
  • If successful, a plant tour and site visit.

Syngenta is committed to achieving workforce diversity and creating an inclusive working environment. We welcome all applications irrespective of social and cultural background, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief.


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Source: Syngenta