• Independent multi-sector recruitment specialist

County Durham

Recruitment Consultant / Senior Consultant

PERMS , TEMPS & HYBRID CONSULTANTS WANTED!!

Are you looking for a new opportunity within the recruitment profession, with a business that can and will support you to harness your skills, develop new skills, earn excellent bonus and progress your career? If the answer is yes, then read on and apply!

Major Recruitment is a leading recruitment agency and business who have supported clients throughout the UK for 30 years. We’ve expanded throughout the North East over the past year and now, we’re opening in Stockton!

Major currently work across temporary and permanent markets and throughout a number of sectors.

Due to ongoing and significant client growth, we’re looking to recruit experienced consultants for this office which offers excellent development opportunities and is primed with a healthy portfolio of existing clients. Applicants should have previous experience in recruitment, with passion about their chosen/ specialist market and keen to develop your career – we offer excellent opportunities with clear pathways for development.

As a Recruitment Consultant/ Senior Consultant you will be responsible for:

  • Identifying and developing new business opportunities
  • Managing new and existing client relationships
  • Negotiating terms and offers of employment
  • Sourcing candidates using our internal database and multiple job boards
  • Interviewing candidates and matching to open or potential vacancies
  • Candidate management throughout the recruitment lifecycle including administration, interview process, and continuous feedback
  • Maintaining immaculate compliance for all candidates
  • Formatting, creating, and advising candidates on their CVs
  • Creating attractive and engaging job adverts in line with Major Recruitments standards and quality

What we need from you:

  • Previous recruitment experience
  • Previous experience of working in sales would be an advantage
  • Highly motivated and driven to deliver results
  • Exceptional customer service and relationship-building skills
  • Excellent telephone manner
  • Outstanding organisation, IT, and administration skills
  • Ability to work under pressure

In return you will receive;

  • A competitive salary supplemented with a generous commission structure
  • Bespoke and specific training from our National L&D team
  • Clear development and career progression process
  • 25 days holiday, increasing on each year of service
  • Contributory pension scheme

For a confidential chat or to apply, please contact John Barron.

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HR Admin Team Leader

HR Administration Team Leader

Stockton-on-Tees

12 month Contract

**IMMEDIATE START AVAILABLE**

  • Are you a confident HR Administration Team Leader with a background supporting your team and liaising with departments across an organisation?
  • Are you looking to work for global organisation with real opportunities?
  • Would you be interested in an initial 6 month contract?

Then this is the perfect role for you…..read on…

As the HR Administration Team Leader you will be carrying out an essential role liaising between the HR Administrator, outsource Admin Service, Payroll Team, HR and Line managers.

You will be managing the following:

Team Leader -Eensure that all administration processed are carried out to a high standard and the HR system is updated accurately.

Recruitment: Administer internal vacancies, ensuring that they’re circulated and advertised as required.

New Starters – Ensure all required documentation is in place and issued according to KPI’s.

Absence – Support the administration of all types of absence.

Invoice Processing – help to encode employee welfare and other related invoices are processed in SAP system.

Then this is a fantastic opportunity for you and you need to get in touch ASAP!

Credit Controller

Credit Controller

Stockton on Tees (Currently home based, moving to Hybrid – 2 days in office)

£ Competitive

Are you looking for a confident Credit Controller and looking for a new opportunity to shine?

Do you want to be appreciated for the hard work you put in every day?

Do you enjoy solving and investigating issues?

Then I could have THE perfect role for you….

The Company

Innovation, growth and efficiency are the key words with this company….they are the leading provider of building materials to the growing construction industry across the UK.

The Role

  • Dealing with and managing customer accounts to ensure effective and efficient credit control.
  • Working to tight deadlines.
  • Management of agreed customer credit limits and payment terms in line with company policy.
  • Maximise company cash flow.
  • Proactive management of any due debt to minimise and reduce any overdue debt and to meet agreed KPIs.
  • Administer customer queries within agreed SLA guidelines / value levels to avoid or minimise any delay in the collection of outstanding balances.
  • To develop the close working relationship and liaison with business operational teams to support the timely collection of debt and resolution of any queries.
  • Develop and maintain key contacts with customers to support the collection process.
  • Ensure that any commercial risk to Cemex is identified and relevant actions taken to reduce or remove this risk.

Ideal background and skills:

  • Experience of working within a Debt collection/ Payment processing environment.
  • Ability to work under pressure to meet KPIs.
  • Previous administrative experience within a customer service environment.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Good level of analytical skills.
  • A good team player who will be self-motivated and customer focused.
  • Have good communication and IT skills (Excel & Word)
  • SAP knowledge

If you feel that this is exactly what youre looking for then please apply ASAP!

Press Operator – NIGHT SHIFT

What’s in it for you?

  • Paying £12.78 – £13.78per hour
  • Overtime paid at time 1/2
  • NIGHT SHIFT: Monday to Thursday 7:45pm-6am
  • Weekly pay
  • Temporary to Permanent contract
  • Onsite parking
  • Full training given
  • Canteen facilities
  • Benefits package

**PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NEW STARTERS WILL JOIN A DAY SHIFT 8AM-5PM MONDAY TO THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8AM-1PM FOR TWO WEEKS TRAINING**

My Client is well established, industry leading fabrication company. Based in Newton Aycliffe, they have seen year on year success, with further growth plans for 2022. They offer a range of services from Design through to Manufacturing. This has given the company opportunities to service a multitude of sectors, with a diverse client base stretching across the globe. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Press Brake Operative to join their night shift team on a Temporary to Permanent basis.

This opportunity gives a Press Brake Operative the opportunity to work with one of the most respected companies in the North-East. They offer not only an excellent package, but more importantly in todays world, job security.

You will be responsible for the Press brake function of all products to ensure that Quality standards are achieved and products are manufactured to drawing and work instructions.

Main Duties:

  • Ability to set and operator press brakes, with a power press capacity up to 350 tonnes
  • Good understanding of engineering drawings, first angle and third angle.
  • Ability to do first off & final checks using standard measuring equipment.
  • Planning of workload based on common tooling setups/materials.
  • Ensure received parts are bent / formed correctly to the Job Card.
  • Ensure that machine parameters and tooling settings are correct
  • Job Pack – Ensures that the parts relates with the Job Card.
  • Check the thickness of the material against the job pack.
  • Ensure that the correct material is selected as indicated on the Job Card and that its scratch and damage free.

Role Requirements:

  • Experience of setting and operating Brake Press machines
  • Solid Brake Press experience
  • Knowledge and experience of working with fabricated products
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to follow a process
  • Physically able to lift up to 20kg
  • Flexibility with regards overtime when required

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Press Brake Machine Programmer

Our client are a large award winning Architectural Company looking to recruit a Press Brake Machine Programmer to work in their sheet metal production and fabrication plant. The ideal candidate will be expected to:

  • Processing of customer order information/ drawings to programming to ensure all necessary information is present to allow uninterrupted flow through the business
  • Process Order cutting lists as required
  • Optimisation of materials for efficiency and cost
  • Produce sample drawings as required
  • Utilise lean six sigma principles and CI methodology where applicable
  • Liaising with internal and external customers as required
  • General administrative duties
  • Ensure that all paperwork (electronic and paper) is accurately completed, filed/saved and available
  • Improvements when highlighted and implemented are documented and delivered to personnel whom projects involve
  • Ensures all relevant company documentation pertaining to designs are completed

Additional responsibilities and duties:

  • Updating and maintaining project drawings documents
  • Check stock where applicable to ensure material is available
  • Reviews all programs against designs and refer to prodcution office when discrencies occur
  • Relays information to others for any descepiencies/ concerns during process
  • Checks next operation date to ensure schedule adherence
  • Ensures all required inforamtion to manufacture product is present and lucid
  • Ensures cutting list materials are the same as Epicor/job traveller
  • Check that all operations are as per Epicor/Job traveller
  • Reviews program to ensure that the quality of the final product will meet the customer requirments
  • Follows all company safety policies and procedures
  • Responds to change productively and handles others duties as required
  • Address issues proactively and reposnds to routine issues with minimal discretion
  • Assists with special projects
  • Understands the customer’s needs
  • Recognise potential problems and be able to stand back and provide ideas to resolve
  • Contribute positively to the continuous improvement culture at all times
  • Informative, clearly written reports as and when requested

The ideal candidate will:

  • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work alone or as part of a team
  • Completed training and be fully knowledgeable in the requirements of the role
  • Good communication skills across shifts and inter departmental areas
  • Tenacious with a can do attitude
  • Self starter to identify issues and provide the framework to achieve KPI’s

Education minimum requirement/equivalent:

  • Minimum of 4 GCSE’s/Experienced in Company process/procedure
  • Programming
  • Autocad/solidworks

Experience:

  • PC literate with analytic qualities to clearly identify problems
  • Team working environments
  • Knowledge of process in area of control
  • Lean Techniques ie SOP, 5s TPM SMED Kaizen
  • Knowledge of technical drawings and ability to read and produce components in accordance with requirements

This is a full time, permanent position £28,000 – £32,000

Press Shop Supervisor

We are working with a well established Sheet Metal Fabrication Company looking for an experienced Press Shop Supervisor.

The successful candidate will have the skills and experience of working in a busy press shop as well as strong leadership and management skills.

Responsibilities

  • Target driven ability to meet deadlines
  • Lead, develop and manage a team to deliver planned and budgeted standards to quality, time and cost
  • Ensure movement of WIP
  • Monitor team performance
  • Ensure the safety and productively of employees assigned to designated shift
  • Ensure security of facilities during designated shift hours
  • Implementing Policies and Procedures
  • Maintaining effective communication between management and employees
  • To assist with inducting and training new employees
  • To promote team morale
  • Maintaining a clean and safe work environment, the application of risk assessments, safe working practices and machine guarding.

Required Skills & Competencies

  • Ability to motivate others to meet demands established by the schedule
  • Effectively communicate with management and team members.
  • Report issues and assist with resolutions
  • Able to change tooling as and when required.
  • Inspection of the parts produced by the team.
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings.
  • Identify and communicate improvements or processes/procedures identified during the performance.
  • Prioritise groups to work plans and monitoring work schedules ensuring flexibility
  • Compliance with all procedures and work instructions.
  • Provide continued training support
  • Customer awareness and communication of operational priorities.
  • Support and manage employees on a day-to-day basis
  • Responsible for Quality issues and Continuous improvement
  • Perform related duties as assigned or as the situation dictates
  • Supervisory and team leader skills with the ability to motivate, develop and supervise others.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Planning skills and ability to meet targets and deadlines.
  • Excellent attention to detail skills.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the power press regulations
  • Comprehensive knowledge of power presses, their operations, safety systems and working parameters.

Qualifications

Applicants must be:

Apprentice trained.

Hold a City & Guilds.

Hold I.L.M Level 3 or 4.

Six sigma / lean management training.

This is a full time permanent role Monday to Thursday 8am – 5pm and Friday 8am – 12.30pm

£25,000 to £30,000 per annum

Press SShop Supervisor

We are working with a well established Sheet Metal Fabrication Company looking for an experienced Press Shop Supervisor.

The successful candidate will have the skills and experience of working in a busy press shop as well as strong leadership and management skills.

Responsibilities

  • Target driven ability to meet deadlines
  • Lead, develop and manage a team to deliver planned and budgeted standards to quality, time and cost
  • Ensure movement of WIP
  • Monitor team performance
  • Ensure the safety and productively of employees assigned to designated shift
  • Ensure security of facilities during designated shift hours
  • Implementing Policies and Procedures
  • Maintaining effective communication between management and employees
  • To assist with inducting and training new employees
  • To promote team morale
  • Maintaining a clean and safe work environment, the application of risk assessments, safe working practices and machine guarding.

Required Skills & Competencies

  • Ability to motivate others to meet demands established by the schedule
  • Effectively communicate with management and team members.
  • Report issues and assist with resolutions
  • Able to change tooling as and when required.
  • Inspection of the parts produced by the team.
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings.
  • Identify and communicate improvements or processes/procedures identified during the performance.
  • Prioritise groups to work plans and monitoring work schedules ensuring flexibility
  • Compliance with all procedures and work instructions.
  • Provide continued training support
  • Customer awareness and communication of operational priorities.
  • Support and manage employees on a day-to-day basis
  • Responsible for Quality issues and Continuous improvement
  • Perform related duties as assigned or as the situation dictates
  • Supervisory and team leader skills with the ability to motivate, develop and supervise others.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Planning skills and ability to meet targets and deadlines.
  • Excellent attention to detail skills.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the power press regulations
  • Comprehensive knowledge of power presses, their operations, safety systems and working parameters.

Qualifications

Applicants must be:

Apprentice trained.

Hold a City & Guilds.

Hold I.L.M Level 3 or 4.

Six sigma / lean management training.

This is a full time permanent role Monday to Thursday 8am – 5pm and Friday 8am – 12.30pm

£25,000 to £30,000 per annum

Assembly Operative

What’s on offer:

  • Pay up to £9.70 per – this will rise after training
  • A 4 DAY WORKING WEEK MONDAY TO THURSDAY 7am-5pm
  • Overtime available Friday at time 1/2
  • Free staff parking
  • A 12 week temporary to permanent contract
  • Staff canteen

My Client is well established, industry leading fabrication company. Based in Shildon, they have seen year on year success, with further growth plans for 2022. They offer a range of services from Design through to Manufacturing and finally installation. This has given the company opportunities to service a multitude of sectors, with a diverse client base stretching across the UK. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Assembly Operative to join their team on a Temporary to Permanent basis.

This opportunity as an Assembly Operative gives you the chance to work with one of the most respected companies in the North-East. They offer not only an excellent package, but more importantly in todays world, job security.

Shift Monday to Thursday 7am-5pm (a 4 day working week!!) and Friday work at overtime!

Your primary responsibility is to assemble parts using a variety of different hand tools

Main Duties:

  • Being quality focused and able to work on own initiative
  • Using hand tools; rivet guns, drills, insert machines
  • Assembly work
  • Quality checking
  • Using measuring equipment
  • Liaising with the office on new drawings
  • Ensuring health and safety procedures are adhered to at all times

Role Requirements:

  • Experience of using hand tools in a manufacturing environment
  • Excellent communication
  • Engineering manufacturing background
  • Ability to inspect own work
  • Knowledge of engineering drawings
  • Numerically able to work out measurements
  • Flexibility with regards to shifts and over-time

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Facilities Manager

Facilities Manager
Chester-Le-Street
Permanent – 37 hours per week
£41,534

Hamilton Woods Associates are currently recruiting for a Facilities Manager for a public sector organisation, on a permanent basis to deliver a facilities management service for all the operational properties and assets.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Facilities Manager:

  • Responsible for the planning and delivery of the investment programme for operational properties
  • Assist with financial planning, budget setting and budget optimisation
  • Procure and manage contracts for the maintenance and improvement of operational buildings and facilities
  • Ensure operational buildings meet health and safety requirements and comply with legislation

Essential Requirements of the Facilities Manager:

  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • A degree in a subject related to property
  • Membership of the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (or working towards)
  • CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme certificate

To be considered for this exciting role, please contact Lucie Houston – Senior Recruitment Consultant at Hamilton Woods or apply online with a covering note of your experience and suitability referencing the job ID number. Due to the exceptionally high level of applications if you have not heard back from HWA within 7 – 10 days, it is regrettable that we cannot respond to all applicants, and please assume your application has been unsuccessful