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Facades Vacancies

National Cladding Manager - Birmingham

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Overview

This is a key management role to develop the team of Cladding Specialist to increase the company’s market share.

This position is full time, permanent (37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Oversee the recruitment, management, performance and development of cladding sales team
  • Review KPI performance of the Cladding Specialists
  • Carry out appraisals and field visits with all of the Cladding Specialists
  • Monitor and review expense claims for the Cladding Specialists
  • Assist the Cladding Specialists with customer relationships where needed
  • Work closely with the National Cladding Director to create and implement business strategy for the promotion and sales of cladding products
  • Help to develop and introduce new cladding products with the National Cladding Director that form part of overall business strategy
  • Assist National Cladding Director to monitor the success and effectiveness of the cladding product portfolio
  • Assist National Cladding Director with annual budgets and targets for cladding products and the Cladding Specialists
  • Assist the business with credit related issues regarding limits, disputes and potential claims relating to cladding products.
  • Promote and encourage the sales of cladding products generally within the business and the wider non-specialist sales force
  • Assist the Marketing Department with the company marketing approach
  • Any other duty deemed by the directors to be in the interest of the team in achieving its objectives

Essential

  • Over 5 years’ experience in construction facades
  • Proven senior leadership capability in leading and recruiting a multi-site team(s)
  • Demonstrable business acumen, commercial awareness and knowledge
  • Resilient and able to work under pressure both individually and as a team
  • Experience of successful introduction of new products in line with business strategy
  • Good presentation skills
  • Strong planning and logistical skills
  • Experience of KPI management
  • Demonstrative experience of monitoring and reporting on the effectiveness off product portfolios
  • Proven problem-solving ability in the cladding industry
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Good IT skills including word processing, spreadsheets and databases
  • Previous experience of managing departmental budgets and targets
  • A good understanding of accounts, credit limit management and finance
  • Proven business management skills including HR and IT
  • A positive “can-do” attitude and flexible approach
  • An understanding and commitment to equal opportunities and diversity
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • An understanding of and commitment to continuous improvement

Desirable

  • Relevant degree or qualification in management (MBA, CMI, ILM)
  • Experience of change and change management
  • Value’s driven leader able to motivate and engage
  • Experience of creating sales strategy for, and management of, a multi-site team
  • Knowledge of industry regulations, testing and accreditation requirements
  • Knowledge of data analysis and performance metrics using business management software (e.g. CRM)

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days’ holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Company vehicle
  • iPad, mobile and laptop
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
  • Annual leave purchase scheme

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2020

Sales Executive - Birmingham

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Overview

Sell agreed products from the company’s product portfolio to architects, developers and contractors.

This position is full time, permanent (37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Be proactive to develop relationships with customers and suppliers
  • Embrace and promote the company’s culture and values
  • Promptly respond to supplier and customer requests
  • Manage our project database, HUB
  • Support the company’s marketing department and marketing campaigns
  • Maintain jobs in a pipeline report and submit monthly
  • Produce weekly call reports. Ensure all calls are recorded within your outlook electronic diary and coded to support our customer analysis
  • Comply with all KPIs and minimum standards set by the company
  • Follow company procedures
  • Work collaboratively with and respond promptly to the Customer Service Co-ordinators when requested
  • Assist Credit Control to manage customer accounts within company procedures
  • Achieve individually agreed income targets in first 2 years
  • Meet Company expectations in relation to target income, company procedures and KPIs to be promoted to Senior Sales Executive within 2 years
  • Embrace training and field accompaniment development
  • Any other duty deemed by the directors to be in the interest of the team in achieving its objectives

Essential

  • Proven relevant sales experience
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Able to communicate effectively
  • Able to work as an individual and as part of a team
  • Able to work under pressure and make informed decisions
  • A confident and determined approach
  • A high degree of self-motivation and drive
  • Strong ability in Windows PC environment including Outlook, Word and PowerPoint

Desirable

  • Brick/cladding industry knowledge
  • Experience selling via specification with architects

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Holiday purchase scheme
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Company car scheme
  • iPad, phone, laptop

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 19 October 2020

Administrative Vacancies

Customer Service Coordinator - Birmingham

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Overview

Process customer and supplier orders, delivery requests and accounts to ensure that customer needs and service levels are achieved.

This position is full time, permanent (35 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Create and update orders and delivery requests in accordance with the company’s procedures
  • Develop and maintain good and effective working relationships between customers, suppliers and sales staff
  • Support the sales teams in their objectives
  • Ensure prompt action and progress of call offs and queries received from customers, suppliers and sales staff
  • Check customer and manufacturer acknowledgements
  • Monitor customer credit status in conjunction with Head Office and ensure that company credit control procedures are always adhered to
  • Notify availability concerns to sites and sales staff
  • Work with colleagues to achieve team objective and KPI targets
  • General office duties such as visitor reception, admin and filing
  • Provide cover when staff shortages occur due to holidays/sickness
  • Any other duty deemed by the Directors to be in the interest of the team in achieving its objectives

Essential

  • Well-developed telephone call handling skills
  • Must be able to communicate effectively and be polite but assertive when required
  • Must show evidence of being organised and responding promptly
  • Able to listen and to be patient when required
  • Able to work accurately and quickly
  • Able to work under pressure and make informed decisions
  • Competent skills in Word and general Windows environment
  • Evidence of building relationships with customers or suppliers
  • Must reside within a commutable distance of the office

Desirable

  • Relevant experience of customer support and administration
  • Knowledge of the construction industry

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days’ holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
  • PureGym Discount
  • Annual leave purchase scheme

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 02 December 2020

Customer Service Coordinator - Nottingham

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Overview

Process customer and supplier orders, delivery requests and accounts to ensure that customer needs and service levels are achieved.

This position is full time, permanent (35 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Create and update orders and delivery requests in accordance with the company’s procedures
  • Develop and maintain good and effective working relationships between customers, suppliers and sales staff
  • Support the sales teams in their objectives
  • Ensure prompt action and progress of call offs and queries received from customers, suppliers and sales staff
  • Check customer and manufacturer acknowledgements
  • Monitor customer credit status in conjunction with Head Office and ensure that company credit control procedures are always adhered to
  • Notify availability concerns to sites and sales staff
  • Work with colleagues to achieve team objective and KPI targets
  • General office duties such as visitor reception, admin and filing
  • Provide cover when staff shortages occur due to holidays/sickness
  • Any other duty deemed by the Directors to be in the interest of the team in achieving its objectives

Essential

  • Well-developed telephone call handling skills
  • Must be able to communicate effectively and be polite but assertive when required
  • Must show evidence of being organised and responding promptly
  • Able to listen and to be patient when required
  • Able to work accurately and quickly
  • Able to work under pressure and make informed decisions
  • Competent skills in Word and general Windows environment
  • Evidence of building relationships with customers or suppliers
  • Must reside within a commutable distance of the office

Desirable

  • Relevant experience of customer support and administration
  • Knowledge of the construction industry

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days’ holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
  • PureGym Discount
  • Annual leave purchase scheme

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 18 December 2020

Software Developer (Web) - Bristol

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Overview

This is a functional position in the Group IT Department to maintain and develop software for the Group.

This position is full time, permanent (35 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Maintain and develop internal and external software using Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Maintain and develop web-based applications using an appropriate language
  • Provide support to internal staff assisting them with software problems via phone, email, helpdesk or IM
  • Take ownership of user problems and be proactive in their solution
  • Use SQL Server to monitor, enter, extract and backup data
  • Attend weekly departmental meetings to agree priorities, resolve problems and contribute to the strategic direction for IT
  • Travel to different offices when required for which expenses will be reimbursed

Essential

  • Expert knowledge of .NET languages including ASP.NET and SQL server databases
  • Good A levels in numerate disciplines
  • Good skills in core Microsoft office products
  • 2+ years commercial development experience
  • Must be polite and able to communicate and explain effectively face-to-face and by telephone
  • Must be organised and act promptly
  • Able to stay calm and professional under pressure and make correct decisions
  • An analytical ability that allows you to get to grips with new challenges easily
  • A keen interest in IT, a desire to try new things, tackle different types of problems and stay abreast of the latest technologies

Desirable

  • A degree in a numerate discipline
  • Knowledge of Visual Basic .NET
  • Full Driving license

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Office parking
  • 25 days’ holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life Insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
  • Annual leave purchase scheme

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 04 December 2020

Stock Assistant - Leeds

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Overview

To provide administrative support to the purchasing team, ensuring the effective management of stock administration processes in the delivery of excellent services to our customers and suppliers.

This position is full time, permanent (35 hours per week, Monday to Friday).

Detail

  • Manage inbound stock shipments by monitoring ETA, and communicate to the team once received and committed to stock
  • Import supplier stock pack details onto the system and create CSV file formats where required
  • Reconcile supplier pricing with system pricing, and query and resolve any discrepancies
  • Create works orders for pack stock treatment and liaise with the treatment plants to monitor the works schedules
  • Assist with the physical monthly stock take at UK stock sites and complete system stock reconciliation
  • Resolve any stock or invoice queries and escalate where appropriate
  • Raise stock orders on a call off basis in line with company procedures
  • Monitor imported back-to-back sales orders and delivery schedules in line with company procedures
  • Ensure supplier orders are received in full and monitor outstanding balances
  • Any other duty deemed by the directors to be in the interest of the team in achieving its objectives

Essential

  • Well-developed telephone call handling skills
  • Able to communicate effectively
  • Good numeric and writing skills
  • Able to work accurately and quickly with attention to detail
  • Able to work under pressure and make informed decisions
  • Competent skills in Word, Excel and the general Windows environment
  • A team player
  • Able to manage resources effectively
  • Prepared for occasional travel to UK stock sites
  • Located within a commutable distance from the office

Desirable

  • Construction industry experience
  • Advanced level skills in Excel

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Office Car Parking
  • 25 days’ holiday, increasing with years of service
  • Annual company bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
  • Annual leave purchase scheme

All employees have a duty not to discriminate against each other, customers or suppliers and not to help anyone else do so. Click here to view our job applicant privacy notice.

Closing date for applications: 16 November 2020

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