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Careers

Careers

285 people in the UK already work for Emtelle in our sites in Jedburgh and Hawick. Why not consider a job with Emtelle? All of our staff enjoy excellent working conditions, competitive salaries, extensive training opportunities and the use of state of the art equipment.

Our aim is to promote good employment practice. This will be achieved by encouraging staff to maximise their potential and to deliver quality services in the most efficient manner, through investment in training and development and the provision of employee benefits.

If you are interested in a position at Emtelle, please contact our HR Manager, Phil Groom at PhilG@emtelle.com or telephone +44(0)7912327870 Emtelle Application Form. You can either email the completed form to Phil Groom, or post it to:

Phil Groom
Emtelle UK Limited
Haughhead
Hawick TD9 8LF

No agencies please


We currently are recruiting in the following roles:


Job Title:              Regional Sales Manager

Department:      UK Sales (Power Sector)

Based:                  Field Based ( North England Region Mainly)

Salary:                  Competitive Salary Offered

Reference:          GM01

Summary

Working within the UK Sales Team and specifically with Emtelle’s Duct Systems product range within the Power Sector; the role involves working closely with Customers, Distributors, Operations and all relevant depts. within Emtelle.

Main functions are to deliver effective sales and account management, within the North of England Region.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Sales Account Management in conjunction with customer base including Distribution partners and contractors.
  • Establish, drive and maintain Customer relationships, with a focus on maximising and realising sales target.
  • Sales reporting and marketing activities.
  • Technical field support and new business development.

Experience (Desirable)

  • Experience within an external sales role.
  • Knowledge of the UK civils market place and customer base, preferably within the Power or Telecom sectors.
  • Strong communication and influencing skills.
  • Demonstrable ability to effectively manage a simultaneous range of diverse activities.
  • Be a self-starter with good motivational and inter-personal skills.
  • A practical level headed individual with strong sales and account management ability.
  • A structured approach to problem solving based on the utilisation of data.
  • Demonstrable experience working closely with customers.
  • Familiarity with account management techniques.
  • Requires ability and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Strong communication skills in written and spoken English.
  • IT Skills
  • Full Drivers Licence.

Job Title:            Planning Administrator

Department:     Planning

Based:                  Hawick

Salary:                 Competitive Salary Offered

Reference:         DR01

Posted Date:      16/01/20

Closing Date:     30/01/20

Summary

The Planning Administrators position is an integral part of the Planning team. Working in a fast-moving environment you will be expected to make key decisions and work well with limited supervision. A high level of computer literacy will be required to maintain databases and department documentation. Working in a small but key department excellent communication skills with both internal and external sources will be a pre-requisite of any successful applicant. This is a rewarding position with a varied and challenging remit.

Strategic Responsibilities

  • Help Maintain and implement Planning procedures for MRP.
  • Upgrade product information to aid MRP and stock control.
  • Ensure high level of internal / external communication and service levels.
  • On time delivery from Supplier
  • Ensure all orders have acknowledgements
  • On time booking in of manufactured items with production.
  • Maintenance of work orders, clearing system of obsolete orders.
  • Ensuring accuracy of all aspects of information regarding items manufactured
  • Liaise with other department to align business strategies
  • Control maintain, monitor and record levels and usage’s
  • Assist with improvement planning.
  • Improve Supplier response time and information against non-conformances.

General Responsibilities

  • Cover other areas of planning during holiday periods.
  • Review departmental records and update as necessary.
  • Assist with collation of information for reports on planning department activities.
  • Assist with specification upgrade and implementation

Person Specification

The successful candidates will need to demonstrate on a sustained basis in their employment the following:

  • A high standard of proficiency in administration.
  • The ability to organise, count and record material.
  • Adherence in following both written and verbal work instructions.
  • Communicate processes and method devised.
  • To communicate clearly with existing and potential external partners and to other staff at Emtelle, in respect to activities processes and methodologies employed in the department.
  • Highly self-motivated, disciplined and organised.
  • Time Management, they will deliver a high and sustained standard of attendance and timekeeping.
  • Focussed on cost management.

Knowledge

  • National 5 or above in Mathematics or to a demonstrable equivalent standard: Essential
  • National 5  or above in English or to a demonstrable equivalent standard: Essential

Experience

  • Relevant experience in a comparable environment and disciplines: Desirable
  • Computer literacy in MS Office Products and MRP systems: Desirable

Skills

  • Ability to accurately follow written instructions and processes: Essential
  • Sense of urgency in completing tasking to required targets in terms of output quality and time.
  • Ability to work as part of a team: Essential
  • Ability to respond to instructions given as part of the purchasing process: Essential
  • Ability to communicate effectively with fellow colleagues: Essential
  • Ability to communicate effectively with and respond effectively to Supervision: Essential
  • Full Training will be given in our systems and procedures.

Hours of Work

08.00 to 16:30 Monday to Friday with 30 minutes for lunch (40-hour week)

Start Date

Immediate


Job Title:            Technical Operators (Material Handler)

Department:     Main Production

Based:                  Hawick

Salary:                 Competitive Salary Offered

Reference:         BM03

Posted Date:      16/01/20

Closing Date:        24/01/20

Summary

Reporting to a Shift Supervisor, these positions are very hands on, active roles and would suit candidates who are used to working in a fast-paced environment, who are confident in prioritising workloads and adapting workload with changing business demands. The Technical Operator (Material Handler) is responsible for carrying out general line operations according to planned operational requirements in order to safely deliver a continuous supply of production materials to the production lines. As a core member of the operations team, the Technical Operator (Material Handler) plays an important role in meeting Production Targets and will identify process or line issues to leaders. completing quality checks and any other tasking associated with the meeting of our production requirements as directed.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Maintains inventory by identifying, labeling, and placing materials and supplies in stock; recording location of inventory.
  • Locates materials and supplies by pulling and verifying materials and supplies listed on production orders.
  • Maintains in-process inventory at production lines by delivering and opening materials and supplies.
  • Provides a continuous supply of appropriate materials from storage areas to production lines.
  • Documents materials and supplies disposition by recording units delivered and location of units.
  • Receives credit-return/Scrap material and supplies from production by verifying materials and supplies code and lot number and quantity; placing such materials in the correct location.
  • Prepares finished stock for shipment by identifying, pulling, packing, crating, loading, and securing product.
  • Documents product shipment by recording units shipped.
  • Maintains material-handling equipment by completing pre-use inspections; making operator repairs where authorised.
  • Ensuring safe packaging of all customer products
  • Pro-actively helping with solutions to improve production
  • Liaising with the Production Supervisor regarding any outstanding tasking within production and actively participating in their resolution.
  • Operators are required to ensure that the production area and all pertaining to it is kept clean and hazard free

Person Specification and Experience

  • Previous demonstrable experience in a manufacturing, warehouse or logistics environment is preferred but training will be given
  • GCSE/National 5 or above in Mathematics or to a demonstrable equivalent standard is essential
  • GCSE/National 5 or above in English or to a demonstrable equivalent standard is essential
  • Ability to work as part of a team, and willingness to learn to contribute and work effectively to meet the goals of the team
  • A high standard of proficiency in handling production equipment
  • Ability to accurately follow written instructions and drawings is essential
  • Sense of urgency in completing tasking to required targets in terms of output quality and time
  • The ability to organise, count and record material
  • Understanding and adherence in following both written and verbal work instructions
  • To communicate clearly with existing and potential external partners and to other staff at Emtelle including fellow production workers and supervisors, in respect to activities processes and methodologies employed in the department
  • Highly self-motivated, disciplined and organised
  • Time Management, they will deliver a high and sustained standard of attendance and timekeeping
  • Able to work effectively in a physically demanding environment
  • Able and willing to commit to working shift patterns and also overtime as required. These will be continental patterns rotating from day to night
  • Focused on cost management

Job Title:             Operators

Department:       Production

Based:                    Jedburgh

Salary:                  Competitive Salary Offered

Reference:         RC01

Posted Date:      11/12/19

Summary

Reporting to a Shift Supervisor, these positions involve the running of extrusion machines, completing quality checks and any other tasking associated with the meeting of our production requirements as directed.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  •  Production and packaging of Emtelle products following our standard operating procedures as trained and instructed
  • Checking, counting and packaging products that are received, stored and dispatched by Emtelle
  •  Carrying out regular stock checks and ensuring that stock data is up to date and accurate using our MRP system
  • Ensuring safe packaging of all customer products
  • Pro-actively helping with solutions to improve production
  • Liaising with the Production Supervisor about any outstanding tasking within production and actively participating in their resolution
  • Ensuring the production area and all pertaining to it is kept clean and hazard free

Person Specification

  • A high standard of proficiency in handling production equipment
  • The ability to organise, count and record material
  • Understanding and adherence in following both written and verbal work instructions
  • To communicate clearly with existing and potential external partners, and to other staff within Emtelle, in respect to activities, processes and methodologies employed in the department
  • Highly self- motivated, disciplined and organised
  • The ability to deliver a high and sustained standard of attendance and timekeeping
  • The ability to work effectively in a physically demanding environment
  • Willingness to commit to working shift patterns and also overtime as required. These will be continental patterns rotating from day to night.
  • Focused on cost management

Knowledge

  • GCSE/ National 5 or above in Mathematics or to a demonstrable equivalent standard: Essential
  • GCSE/ National 5 or above in English or to a demonstrable equivalent standard: Essential

Experience

  • Manufacturing experience in a comparable environment and disciplines: Desirable
  • Computer literacy in MS Office Products and MRP systems: Desirable

Gender Pay Reporting

In accordance with our obligations we report the following statistics in relation to Gender Pay based on our snapshot date of  05/04/2018

  1. Mean Gender Pay Gap in Hourly Pay
    1. Mean Female Hourly Pay is £0.47 less than Mean Male Hourly Pay, therefore a Mean Gender Pay Gap for Females of 3%
  2. Median Gender Pay Gap in Hourly Pay
    1. There is 0% difference in Median Hourly Pay for Female versus Male Employees
  3. Mean Bonus Gender Pay Gap
    1. Female Employees Mean Bonus Pay is 27.6% less than Male Employees Mean Bonus Pay
  4. Median Bonus Gender Pay Gap
    1. Female Employees Median Bonus Pay is 12.1% less than Male Employees Median Bonus Pay
  5. Proportion of Males and Females receiving a bonus payment
    1. 93% of Females received a Bonus versus 95% of Males
  6. Proportion of Males and Females in each pay quartile
    1. Upper Quartile = 89% Male and 11% Female
    2. Upper Middle Quartile = 82% Male and 18% Female
    3. Lower Middle Quartile = 96% Male and 4% Female
    4. Lower Quartile = 88% Male and 12% Female

 

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