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    Role:  Vehicle Administrator

    Location:  Trafford, Manchester.

    £16,000 - £20,000 pa-  DOE

    *You will be responsible for the aftersales administration of the sales of the vehicles.

    * Your role will be organising documentation (V5s, MOT Certificates etc) for all of the vehicles that are sold and checking deal files to ensure all process meet FDA guidelines.

    * You will assist with in-store banking, producing daily KPI reports and general filing and archiving.

    £ Setting up retail part exchanges and logging information as required.

     

     

    * You will need to be IT literate and confident in using Word, Excel & other email applications.

    * Previous experience in the automotive industry is ideally preferred but not compulsory.

    £ Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

    £ Experience in a Sales / Customer Service environment is desirable.

    £ Intermediate or advanced Excel/Google Sheets knowledge.

     

    Please email your CV  to  cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

     

     

  • Role: Assistant Finance Manager

    Location: Manchester

    Supporting the Finance Manager, this will be a fast-paced role, focusing on supporting all commercial and financial functions.

    Salary - up to £35,000 per annum.

    In addition, 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), as well as the option to buy additional days.

     Daily expectations: 
    £ Be responsible for the accuracy and integrity of all weekly and monthly reporting
    £ Support the Finance Manager with the weekly flash, and take responsibility for the budget and forecasts
    £ Complete the balance sheet and reconciliations
    £ Develop business relationships with our customers - both operationally and within the finance function

     Requirements;
    £  Started your accountancy qualifications (CIMA, ACA, ACCA)
    £ Experience in weekly accounting and be able to work under pressure
    £ Be confident and able to communicate at all levels

     

    Please email your CV to   cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

     

     

  • Role: GMP Technician- Cell Therapy.

    Manchester based.

    As a graduate of Biological Science you will use your practical experience of cell biology to perform GMP standard cell culture and associated assays in state of the art laboratories.

    The GMP facility is in a growth phase and will shortly transition to shift system with enhanced pay. Flexibility to work a shift pattern is essential but in return you are offered excellent training and a competitive salary and rewards package.

    Main Duties & Responsibilities:
    The GMP Technician - Cell Therapy will be required to:


    £Perform GMP (Good Manufacturing Process) cell culture and the associated GMP assays within a laboratory, clean room or Aseptic Isolator
    £Undertake validation studies of processes and equipment as required
    £Perform standard operating policies & procedures (SOP?s) and novel technology transfer processes, including state of the art techniques developed in cell culture, flow cytometry and a range of biological assays
    £Produce and review technical documentation (SOPs, MPDs, etc) as part of the Instil Bio (UK) quality system
    £Clearly and accurately record/transcribe and communicate translational & GxP procedures
    £Perform critical checks of the records of fellow staff and external contractors/suppliers
    £Be aware of the regulatory requirements (GMP, GCP etc) relevant to CTL and to ensure compliance with the regulations
    £Prepare materials and reagents as required
    £Order equipment & consumables and perform routine stock checks to maintain levels of critical stock, as well as communicating with suppliers and sourcing new consumables/equipment as required
    £Perform routine operation, testing and maintenance checks of laboratory equipment
    £Arrange for equipment calibration, maintenance and repair with external contractors
    £Ensure critical samples are safely delivered to external testing facilities
    £Perform laboratory housekeeping including COSHH and Risk assessments
    £Carry out regular facility cleaning, monitoring and disposal of waste.


    Essential Requirements:

    £A graduate degree level in a biological science related discipline
    £A basic knowledge of biomedicine and practical experience in cell biology and the associated assays
    £Experience of working within a group whilst also maintaining individual responsibility with minimal active management
    £Evidence of professional development within the field of biomedical science by demonstrating an active career path
    £Excellent communication skills written and oral
    £Excellent IT skills

    Desirable skills & previous experience in:
    £Cell therapy
    £Immunotherapy
    £Biomedicine
    £Genetic/protein engineering
    £Flow cytometry
    £Professional Registration in an appropriate subject area
    £GMP, Quality Control or quality assurance in the field of Biomedicine or related field
    £Understanding of the role of the MHRA, HTA and H&SE in Good Manufacturing Practice
    £Organisational skills demonstrating an ability to perform complex multistage procedures within a group and as an individual


    Remuneration and Benefits:
    The salaries for these roles are competitive within the Biotechnology and wider scientific sector.

    Initial offers in the region of £22,500 to £25,000 - rising to £26,000 after a short training period.

    In addition these roles will transition to a shift system and attract a shift allowance & benefits package.

     

    Please email your CV to     cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

  • Role: Utilities Planning Coordinator £" Operations

    Location: Bury, Lancashire. UK


    Salary: Dependent on experience- up to £23,000 per annum
    Contract: Full time- Permanent

    Company supplying oil, gas, electricity and utilities

    Recruiting for an Operations Planning Coordinator within an Operations team.

    Looking for an individual who possesses excellent client management skills and wants to join a market leading, rapidly expanding business within the utilities sector.

    The role will be a duel split role, where part of the role would consist of leading the first line escalations for the operational team. The role will consist of contacting and resolving customers complaints that have escalated from within the operations function.

    In order to be successful in this role you must have at least 2 years' experience in a utilities environment.

    About the role :
    £Project manage multiple utility companies and contractors for individual sites
    £Obtaining relevant information through inbound and outbound calls to existing client accounts
    £Liaising with Suppliers and Developers/Clients
    £Liaising with Utility companies, contractors and suppliers to obtain client quotations
    £Managing existing client accounts and building relationships
    £Submitting site applications and site plans to receive quotations
    £Numerical processing ensuring VAT calculations meet process requirements
    £Arranging site visits and surveys.
    £Resolve all Customers / Contractors queries
    £Writing and formatting company quotations when required
    £Assisting Account Managers with existing projects
    £Ensuring all complaints are handled effectively and within set SLA's focusing on providing an efficient resolution to the customer.
    £Liaise with all internal departments to understand the detail of each complaint.
    £Producing regular management information and analysis on complaint trends.
    £Maintain and update the complaints system in a timely manner with accurate information.
    £Meet and exceed desired KPI's in relation to complaint handling.

    Requirements:
    £Must have 2 + years' experience working in the utility sector
    £Previous Account / Project Management or Operations experience
    £Have previous experience of complaint handling.
    £Have experience in investigating and responding to complex complaints.
    £Experience working with Field based Engineers
     

    Full product and process training will be provided.

    Please email your CV to    cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you & we look forward to hearing from you.

     

  • Automation & IT Systems Manager.

    Location: Bolton- Halliwell Industrial Estate.  Working for a globally renowned company.

    Salary- dependent on experience.

    Being welcomed to join their Centre Project Engineering team you will be expected to create and lead their Engineering Technology & Controls department.

    This engineering team is encouraged to foster new ideas and perspectives.  Looking for you to make a personal impact, have passion and inspire their teams.

    You would need to build an understanding of business requirements, working alongside both site and support teams, to build a national strategy. Through data-analysis, business partnering and supplier relationships you would need to be able to interpret the technology requirements, identify trends and ways of working to support their site operations.

    You will require the ability to manage and motivate teams, directly, indirectly and remotely, using your experience and knowledge to guide and influence. You will also have experience in supplier relationship management, successfully using these relationships to keep up-to-date with changing technologies. They are looking for you to be an excellent relationship builder and team player, with the ability to work effectively with diverse groups, exhibiting the leadership and strategic skills that this role requires.

    As an Operational Technology Engineer you will need to possess a broad knowledge of business processes and emerging technology solutions. Working with both business and functional strategies you will rise to the challenge to help deliver on National objectives.

    Requirements:
    £Establish effective partnering relationships with the Business Leaders, Senior Managers, across relevant business areas to drive the development and delivery of OT applications to enable business strategy.
    £Subject Matter Expert for Operational Technology and leadership of related capital projects
    £Ability to evaluate and mitigate risk to ensure effective operations
    £Establish and manage strategic supplier relationships. Ensuring that services provided are to the required standard to support the business.
    £To provide user support and training for OT systems. Ensuring that support process is adhered to and critical business processes are conducted.


    £Expertise in Manufacturing Control Systems, including Electrical, PLC, SCADA, MES & ERP Integration
    £Excellent knowledge of IoT technologies for an industrial setting
    £Working knowledge in IT Systems, including network design
    £Proven experience in full lifecycle project delivery
    £An Engineer with experience of working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
    £Identify continuous improvement opportunities to drive quality, cost, reliability and safety performance.
    £Driven by solutions with a positive approach, ideas and innovation motivated
    £Passionate about quality and best practice whilst driving continuous improvement
    £Continued personal development with an eye for developing and encouraging talent within your team
    £Understanding of managing people and leading by example
    £Possess an Engineering Qualification such as HND, HNC, BEng or equivalent

    £Award winning pension plan
    £Life Assurance
    £Discount Vouchers / products
    £Benefits for you and your family for example; gym membership, child care vouchers etc.

    Please email your CV  to       cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you & we look forward to hearing from you

  • Role: Electrical & Automation Engineering Manager

    Location: Bolton- Halliwell Industrial Estate.  Working for a globally renowned company.

    Salary- dependent on experience.

    Being welcomed to join their Centre Project Engineering team you will be expected to create and lead their Engineering Technology & Controls department.

    This engineering team is encouraged to foster new ideas and perspectives.  Looking for you to make a personal impact, have passion and inspire their teams.

    You would need to build an understanding of business requirements, working alongside both site and support teams, to build a national strategy. Through data-analysis, business partnering and supplier relationships you would need to be able to interpret the technology requirements, identify trends and ways of working to support their site operations.

    You will require the ability to manage and motivate teams, directly, indirectly and remotely, using your experience and knowledge to guide and influence. You will also have experience in supplier relationship management, successfully using these relationships to keep up-to-date with changing technologies. They are looking for you to be an excellent relationship builder and team player, with the ability to work effectively with diverse groups, exhibiting the leadership and strategic skills that this role requires.

    As an Operational Technology Engineer you will need to possess a broad knowledge of business processes and emerging technology solutions. Working with both business and functional strategies you will rise to the challenge to help deliver on National objectives.

    Requirements:
    £Establish effective partnering relationships with the Business Leaders, Senior Managers, across relevant business areas to drive the development and delivery of OT applications to enable business strategy.
    £Subject Matter Expert for Operational Technology and leadership of related capital projects
    £Ability to evaluate and mitigate risk to ensure effective operations
    £Establish and manage strategic supplier relationships. Ensuring that services provided are to the required standard to support the business.
    £To provide user support and training for OT systems. Ensuring that support process is adhered to and critical business processes are conducted.


    £Expertise in Manufacturing Control Systems, including Electrical, PLC, SCADA, MES & ERP Integration
    £Excellent knowledge of IoT technologies for an industrial setting
    £Working knowledge in IT Systems, including network design
    £Proven experience in full lifecycle project delivery
    £An Engineer with experience of working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
    £Identify continuous improvement opportunities to drive quality, cost, reliability and safety performance.
    £Driven by solutions with a positive approach, ideas and innovation motivated
    £Passionate about quality and best practice whilst driving continuous improvement
    £Continued personal development with an eye for developing and encouraging talent within your team
    £Understanding of managing people and leading by example
    £Possess an Engineering Qualification such as HND, HNC, BEng or equivalent

    £Award winning pension plan
    £Life Assurance
    £Discount Vouchers / products
    £Benefits for you and your family for example; gym membership, child care vouchers etc.

    Please email your CV  to       cv@hireaperson.com

    Thank you & we look forward to hearing from you.

  • Full Time Permanent position:   Salary- £22,000 per annum.

    Location: Burnley- Lancashire.

    Human Resources Manager : Company Payroll processing and HR support.

    Duties:

    Calculate and process company payroll every pay period. Deal with any employee queries regarding salary.

    Dealing with various HR queries throughout the business.

    Drafting of employment contracts.

    Day to day HR support to employees / managers / directors

    Update records and company handbook as required.

    Provide update reports to the directors as required.

    Supporting in day to day tasks and reporting direct to the directors of the company.

     

    Requirements:

    Good listening skills with excellent written and verbal communication.

    Effective multi-tasking skills

    Able to plan, organize and prioritize your workload

    Positive attitude, punctual and reliable

     

    Expected start date: November 2020

    Benefits:
    £Company pension
    £On-site parking

    Schedule:
    £8 hour shift
    £Day shift
    £Monday to Friday

    Experience:
    £HR: 1 year (Preferred)
    £Management: 2 years (Preferred)

     

    Please send your CV to    cv@hireaperson.com

    We look forward to hearing from you.

  • Job Description: Steelworker Setter

    Location: Barrow-In-Furness
    Initial 6-month contract - Temp to Perm
    £16 per hour

    Working for a manufacturing company who operate within the Defence industry. 

    You will be responsible for the pre-fabrication and manufacture of steelwork, structures and items.

     Steelworker / Setter key skills:
    £ Time-served Steelworker (Plater/Shipwright)
    £ C&G Level 3 or equivalent
    £ NVQ L3 (dependent on time-served date)
    £ Demonstrate experience in Shipbuilding, Nuclear, Petro-Chem. Offshore, Marine, Engineering
    £ Previous experience in erection of large steel fabrications.

    Please contact us with your CV at      cv@hireaperson.com

     

  • 3.5T Long Wheel Sprinter- Multi Drop Van Drivers required.

    Liverpool area.

    07:00 hr starts

    Multi drop & collection

    50-70 drops a day.

    £11 per hour.

    Thank you.

  • We are looking to recruit an HGV Class 1 driver with knowledge & experience of straps.

    Liverpool area.

    * 07:00 hr starts

    * 8 hour shifts.

    * Moving pallets.

    * Temp to perm work.

    * £13 per hour.

    * Must be flexible - occasional Class 2 driving required.

    * Immediate start for the right candidate.

    * Please send in your CV and we will start the registration process.

    Thank you.

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