Warehouse Operative/ Picker Packer

Our client based in Waterbeach is looking for Warehouse Operatives to join their growing team. The candidate will be tasked with preparing for the distribution of customer orders in a professional and efficient way. Various tasks will be required in order to contribute towards the efficient running of the Warehouse.

Working hours – 07.00 – 16.00 Monday to Thursday and 7.00 – 13.00 Friday (Friday afternoons will be worked on a rota basis) Overtime will also be required during peak season.

Overtime is paid at 1.5x Monday - Saturday after 40hours. Double pay on Sundays.

Key Responsibilities

  • Source products based on requirements on tickets detailing customer orders
  • Update the system under Notes to specify ‘packed as requested’
  • Fold garments appropriately and attach the relevant ticket
  • Take responsibility for the quality, efficiency and pace of your own work
  • Ensure garments are in the correct size grouping prior to packing and use initiative to pre-empt problems
  • QC all items on return from ceremonies, send for cleaning/repair if required.
  • Take on all other duties as required within the Packing section, such as helping the Hoods, Hats or spares teams, folding hoods and gowns etc.
  • Moving/wheeling and manual lifting of hampers and trays is required, either on own or assisting others
  • To undertake any training as required and have the ability to learn and work in a multi-skilled warehouse.
  • To take responsibility for self and others in line with the Company Health & Safety policy
  • To use any company equipment in a safe manor
  • Assistance with other section duties as required (e.g. Dispatch), helping with stock take, tidying workspace etc.

Requirements

  • At least 1 years’ experience within a similar Warehouse function and able to demonstrate all required aspects of the Packer’s role without supervision
  • Attention to detail and checking of instructions, completing high quality work within expected timescales
  • Basic computer skills and ability to learn new skills and techniques quickly
  • Manual handling knowledge/previous training useful
  • Demonstrate consistently high work ethic, pro-actively looking to improve productivity and help others.
  • Show Mutual respect to colleagues and internal customers

Expected Company Standards

  • Be energetic & positive, with a ‘can do’ attitude towards customers at all times
  • Solve customer issues/queries quickly, keeping them informed of progress
  • Anticipate customer needs, taking steps to avoid potential problems
  • Actively contribute ideas to improve customers’ experiences within your area
  • Work with others to achieve the best practical outcome for the business
  • Promote team work and knowledge sharing
  • Contribute to the delivery of department plans, service levels and team results
  • Help to create an environment of trust amongst each other
  • Listen to and consider ideas and views from others
  • Treat all team members fairly and with respect
  • Take on board constructive criticism/feedback
  • Demonstrate sound judgement when dealing with confidential information
  • Approach your work in a professional, level headed & consistent manner
  • Complete high quality work within expected time scales
  • Show willingness and enthusiasm to try new methods of working
  • Avoid issues happening again by learning from mistakes







Our client based in Waterbeach is looking for Warehouse Operatives to join their growing team. The candidate will be tasked with preparing for the distribution of customer orders in a professional and efficient way. Various tasks will be required in order to contribute towards the efficient running of the Warehouse.Working...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£16,500 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
5 Oct 18

Hardware Design Engineer

Our client a leader in the UK’s oil & gas industry is looking for an experienced Hardware Design Engineer to be responsible for their current product line as well as playing a key part in the design of the next generation of products.

Main responsibilities

  • Development of PCBs and systems for manufacture
  • Development of firmware for testing and basic operation
  • Analogue, Digital and power supply Electronics design
  • Embedded Software, Firmware and Digital Signal Processing
  • Understanding of Signal Processing and Algorithms
  • FPGA design & PCB layout skills
  • Real time Operating Systems

Additional Requirements

  • Experience in design, development lifecycle from concept and requirements capture through system architecture, Design Specification, ICD to system integration, verification and liaising with production
  • Experience with Laboratory test equipment: Spectrum Analyser, Signal Analyser, Signal Generator and Oscilloscope
  • Understanding of design for EMC and compliance testing
  • Experience in some of the following electronics technology and interfaces, wideband ADC DAC, Ethernet 1G/10G, PCI Express, RS232/422, UART, SPI, I2C, OpenVPX etc.

The successful applicant will be a highly motivated individual with initiative, self-confidence and the drive and ability to work under their own direction or within a team of professionals.

Our client a leader in the UK’s oil & gas industry is looking for an experienced Hardware Design Engineer to be responsible for their current product line as well as playing a key part in the design of the next generation of products.Main responsibilities Development of PCBs and systems for...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£40,000  - £50,000 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
4 Oct 18

Test and Termination Technician

Our client, a world class provider of subsea technologies and services to the global offshore energy industry are looking for Test & Termination Technicians to join their team based in Littleport. 

The Role

Working within the Test, Termination and Load-Out Team you will be responsible for the assembly of subsea metal work and the test and verification conformance of all products manufactured. 

Main Responsibilities:

Ensuring all work is in accordance with individual manufacturing specifications, FAT procedures, quality plans, relevant JQ procedures & any other test critieria

Mechanical assembly of termination parts and subsea electrical connectors within the specific scope of supply as well as swaging of hydraulic/pneumatic hoses & their integhration to stab plates, winches & QRC’s to ensure agreement with manufacturing specifications

Assist with training of others to ensure compliance

Ensure cleanliness & tidiness complying to Health & Safety requirements and policies

Requirements

An electrical background is essential, hydraulic background would be benefifical

17th Edition Electrical

PC literate

Willingness to learn & follow set procedures

Proven experience in fault finding and problem solving using tools such as 8D and S.R.E.D.I.M

Experience in tronic terminations and reeler completion would also be beneficial

This position is on a weekly rotating shift pattern of days and nights , Monday to Thursday from 6am to 6pm day shift and 6pm to 6am night shift. 

The position also has the added benefit of a 20% shift allowance.  

Our client, a world class provider of subsea technologies and services to the global offshore energy industry are looking for Test & Termination Technicians to join their team based in Littleport. The RoleWorking within the Test, Termination and Load-Out Team you will be responsible for the assembly of subsea metal work...

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Location
Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£11.04 Hourly Temporary

Date Posted
4 Oct 18

QHSE Advisor

Our client, a world class provider of subsea technologies and services to the global offshore energy industry is looking for a QHSE Advisor to join their team on a permanent basis.

The Role

The successful applicant will be responsible for advising employees on all aspects of Health, Safety and Environment within the business, this will include setting up initiatives to ensure that the company complies with health, safety and environment legislations.

Main Responsibilities

  • Draft and prepare written reports on HSE issues for presentation to group audiences.
  • Assist in the design and delivery of safety training programs throughout JDR to improve safety awareness and comply with current legislation.
  • Communicate and promote standards to management and employees.
  • Carry out routine inspections of machinery, chemicals, emergency equipment and evacuation procedures.
  • Develop and implement HSE induction programs with reference to written standards.
  • Develop and implement environmental controls to meet current legislation requirements.
  • Assist the QHSE manager in conducting internal audits.
  • Set up systems for and carry out risk assessments as necessary. Implement corrective actions resulting from risk assessments with management approval.
  • Assist with incident and accident investigations

Additional requirements

  • Experienced in QHSE procedures
  • NEBOSH certificate
  • Internal auditing experience

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual with initiative, self-confidence and the drive and ability to work under their own direction or within a team of professionals

Our client, a world class provider of subsea technologies and services to the global offshore energy industry is looking for a QHSE Advisor to join their team on a permanent basis.The RoleThe successful applicant will be responsible for advising employees on all aspects of Health, Safety and Environment within the...

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Location
Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£38,000 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
4 Oct 18

Health & Safety Officer

Our Client, a national leader in the pre-cast concrete industry, is looking for an SHE Officer to join their expanding team.

The Role

To assist with the efficient and effective management of the functions of health & safety and environmental issues with the factory’s operations.

Main Responsibilities

To conduct general risk assessments throughout the factory

Assist with health & safety procedures and policies ensuring they are implemented correctly and comply with relevant standards.

Confident communicating with statutory authorities.

Conduct in-house audits and make recommendations for improvement if necessary.

Provide training to all departments within the factory to improve the company’s performance.

Requirements

NEBOSH Certificate (as a minimum)

English & Maths GCSE or equivalent to Grade C or above

A minimum of 2 years previous experience within a construction/heavy machinery environment.

Good computer skills with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word & PowerPoint

Good time management skills with the ability to prioritise workload and manage a number of tasks concurrently

Membership of Institute of Safety and Health (TECH IOSH)

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual with initiative, self-confidence and the drive and ability to work under their own direction or within a team of professionals

Our Client, a national leader in the pre-cast concrete industry, is looking for an SHE Officer to join their expanding team.The RoleTo assist with the efficient and effective management of the functions of health & safety and environmental issues with the factory’s operations.Main ResponsibilitiesTo conduct general risk assessments throughout the...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£25,000  - £30,000 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
3 Oct 18

Quality Auditor

Our Client, a national leading grower of organic produce, is currently looking for a quality auditor to join their team.

The role

Working with the technical and production teams, the successful applicant will perform checks throughout the business to make sure the correct processes are being followed during the course of production.

Main Responsibilities

  • Carry out shelf life assessments on products reporting the results via Navision
  • To conduct audits and checks on product standards to ensure customer specifications
  • To conduct audits across the site on GMP, process controls, and traceability paperwork
  • Taking regular water and product samples for testing 
  • Work within the department controls to ensure the departments KPI’s are adhered to.
  • Work in production at times when not required to do relief duties in the Technical department.
  • Assist with benchmarking, of competitor products

 Additional Requirements

  • A good understanding of using systems, namely Navision and Microsoft
  • GMP Standards
  • To be able to prioritise and deputise your own workload.
  • To promote Health and Safety throughout the workplace.

Hours: Panama Shift 6:00am-18:15pm. 4 or 5 days per week 

Pay rate to be reviewed following successful completion of 12 week probationary period.

Our Client, a national leading grower of organic produce, is currently looking for a quality auditor to join their team.The roleWorking with the technical and production teams, the successful applicant will perform checks throughout the business to make sure the correct processes are being followed during the course of production.Main...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£8.54 Hourly Permanent

Date Posted
24 Sep 18

Fork Lift Truck driver

We have an exciting opportunity to join our client based just outside of Ely.

We are currently looking for a forklift driver to facilitate the loading, unloading and storing of customers goods. The successful candidates must ensure all procedures are performed accurately and safely due to the sensitivity of our client’s products.

Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Carry out the movement of goods using forklift trucks efficiently and effectively.
  • Effectively use the warehouse floor space to maximise capacity of storage
  • Display a can-do attitude with a tendency of getting it right first time.
  • Taking ownership of problems that may arise with a plan to tackle them as deemed appropriate by the business.

Additional skills:

  • Forklift truck certificate
  • Experience in a busy warehouse operation
  • Experience in manual handling and goods in/out
  • Ability to prioritise workload

We have an exciting opportunity to join our client based just outside of Ely.We are currently looking for a forklift driver to facilitate the loading, unloading and storing of customers goods. The successful candidates must ensure all procedures are performed accurately and safely due to the sensitivity of our client’s...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£9.00 Hourly Permanent

Date Posted
20 Sep 18

Assembly Operative


COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT INTERIOR – ASSEMBLY OPERATIVES

We have an exciting opportunity for Assembly Operatives to join our Client’s assembly team.
Our Client, a leading global supplier of cabin interiors to the world’s leading airlines, is committed to invest time and training for candidates with a good work ethic, hardworking can-do attitude and a passion for learning new skills and being part of a growing team.
We are looking for candidates with the following qualities: Good work ethic, with positive attitude and passion for learning new skills.
• An interest or experience in building and assembling parts.
• A technical interest or experience in reading engineering drawings with transferrable skills, possibly derived from an enthusiasm for carpentry, mechanics, bodyshop, or upholstery.
• Interest or experience in using hand held tools.
• Good communication skills
The main function of the role will involve assembling parts. Full training will be offered to candidates who possess the above qualities.
Basic Hours of work are 08.00 – 16.30 Monday – Thursday, 08.00 – 13.00 Friday (37 hours per week)

COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT INTERIOR – ASSEMBLY OPERATIVESWe have an exciting opportunity for Assembly Operatives to join our Client’s assembly team.Our Client, a leading global supplier of cabin interiors to the world’s leading airlines, is committed to invest time and training for candidates with a good work ethic, hardworking can-do attitude and...

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Location
Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£7.83  - £8.59 Hourly Temporary

Date Posted
19 Sep 18

Accounts Assistant

Due to our Client’s continued success we are currently looking for an Accounts Assistant to join their ever growing team based in Witchford, near Ely.  

The role

Working with sales & purchase ledgers, you will be responsible for maintaining an efficient and accurate finance function including book-keeping activities to ensure payment and receipt records are correct.  

Main Responsibilities:

•             Checking daily for customer receipts and processing invoice discounting

•             Credit Control

•             Processing Purchase Ledger invoices and credit cards

•             Posting sales invoices and reconciling accounts

•             Reconciling banks and petty cash weekly

•             Regular supplier payment runs

•             Administrative support

Required Skills and Experience:

  • AAT part qualified/Qualified

•             Use Sage 50

•             Excellent attention to detail and accuracy

•             Strong communication skills

•             Great organisational skills

•             Ability to work to tight deadlines

•             Payroll experience desirable

The successful candidate will be customer focused and commercially minded and an enthusiastic team player. 

Due to our Client’s continued success we are currently looking for an Accounts Assistant to join their ever growing team based in Witchford, near Ely.  The roleWorking with sales & purchase ledgers, you will be responsible for maintaining an efficient and accurate finance function including book-keeping activities to ensure payment and...

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Location
Ely, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£20,000  - £25,000 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
17 Sep 18

Maintenance Assistant

Our Client based in Cambridge is currently looking for a Maintenance Assistant to join their team. Working within the maintenance team, you will be responsible for maintaining the internal and external appearance of the building as well as day to day maintenance support .

Main Responsibilities :

  • To assist the Maintenance Manager in maintaining the building systems and related regulatory requirements.  These systems include but are not limited to plumbing, HVAC, electrical and emergency systems. 
  • To develop knowledge of SJIC plant rooms.
  • To undertake the refurbishment of tenant offices which will include redecoration, replacing ceiling and lights, re-carpeting, installing data networks, replacing or repairing kitchen areas
  • To undertake Health and Safety routine testing e.g water tests, light tests.
  • To change filter and belts on air handling units
  • To use powered access equipment as required
  • To install and service Versatemp units
  • To take on Fire warden responsibilities
  • Be available for emergency call outs.

Requirements:

  • 2 years previous maintenance experience
  • Literate, numerate & IT literate
  • Working knowledge of building systems and related regulatory requirements. 
  • Knowledge of plant room workings
  • Previous experience of working in small team.
  • Good communication skills, polite & trustworthy
  • Able to work well under pressure, use own initiative and follow an issue through resolution.

Desirable            

  • Experience of working in a multi tenanted building or hotel environment.
  • HVAC maintenance experience

Our Client based in Cambridge is currently looking for a Maintenance Assistant to join their team. Working within the maintenance team, you will be responsible for maintaining the internal and external appearance of the building as well as day to day maintenance support .Main Responsibilities : To assist the Maintenance Manager...

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Location
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England

Salary
£25,000 Annual Permanent

Date Posted
17 Sep 18

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