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Automotive Assistant Branch Manager

  • £28,000 - £28,000

As a rapidly growing Company who are leaders within the automotive aftermarket, we have an exciting career opportunity for an Assistant Branch Manager based within our new Southend branch.

We are looking for a passionate Assistant Branch Manager, who with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, will help lead and work alongside our sales team boosting branch sales, customer relationships and hitting monthly sales targets.

As the Assistant Branch Manager, you will be proactive and positive towards branch and Company promotion and initiatives; leading on our aim to be the best supplier, employer and customer within our industry.

Main Duties include:

  • Daily Sales, Margin and Profit Performance to ensure the team/branch is staffed to deliver budget daily
  • Measure and Manage Sales Advisors against their KPI’s
  • Daily Communication with the Team to include team briefs, updates on performance and constructive feedback where customer standards aren’t being met
  • Recognise excellence with constructive feedback and use positive communication to engage the team
  • Ensuring the team are delivering excellent customer service and updating the Branch Manager where this has been affected

The ideal candidate will have the experience of working in a strong, sales, target driven environment within an automotive background.

What you'll need to succeed

  • Display qualities to manage and motivate a diverse team
  • Driven to achieve
  • Able to set high standards of work and appearance
  • Be focused on delivering excellent customer service
  • Confident and capable of leading by example
  • Good interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Ideally have experience of P&L Management, commercial management exposure and previous use of MAM or Allicat

Salary

Competitive + potential to earn up to £1000 per month for individual sales and up to £175 per month for overall branch target achievement

Working Hours

46.25 (average) hours per week, Monday to Friday with Alternate Saturday Working

What We Offer!

  • 28 days annual leave, including bank holiday and opportunity to increase annual leave for time served
  • Online employee discount scheme including big discounts to local cinemas, theme park attractions, major retailers and much more
  • Healthcare cash plan
  • Company pension
  • Internal Development Programmes
  • Career progression

 

HR Administrator

  • £25,000 - £30,000

 

HR Administrator – Maidenhead

We are looking for a HR administrator to join a busy team in Maidenhead. This role is to provide HR administrative support to the HR and ER team and deliver exceptional HR service to our clients. This role will appeal to an experienced HR administrator looking to consolidate their experience in a small close knit team environment.

Your role will encompass HR administration, general HR support, client work and ad hoc duties as and when required by the team.

Duties will include:

Preparing offer letters and contracts of employment

Managing client files and co-ordinating annual updates and activity

Demonstrate & advise clients on our HR system (HR Breathe)

First point of contact for client calls and support emails to the office, acting as ‘triage’

Supporting the HRM & ERMs with Client Work

Undertake client work on their sites as required

Preparing standard HR letters for clients

Preparing periodic reports as required

Carrying out DBS checks

Working to agreed SLA's

We require candidates who are highly organised and efficient with previous experience in a multi-tasking role and who have provided HR administration support for at least 2 years previously. It is essential you have a working knowledge of HR information systems, ideally with Breathe HR. You will have excellent MS office skills with a specific focus on Word (you should be an advanced user) and have a great attention to detail.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £25,000.00 to £30,000.00 /year

PA/ Office Manager

PA / Office Manager, Oxford, Circa £40K (negotiable)

 

Our client, with £70m of funding behind it, is no ordinary start-up Company, and this is no ordinary PA / Office Manager opportunity. With government and industry support already secured this is your opportunity to become employee No3, supporting the CEO and COO as they rapidly increase their team to 40+ over the next couple of years.

Our client’s activities are of national strategic importance and their efforts will have an impact across the globe, enabling the rapid dissemination of manufactured vaccines to combat epidemics wherever they may arise. In helping to build this exciting organisation from the outset, our PA / Office Manager opportunity is unrivalled, and the successful candidate will have enormous scope and opportunity to help bring benefits to millions. Few jobs can offer that level of satisfaction.

Based near Oxford our PA will, in addition to the normal PA / Office Manager duties:

  • Assist the CEO and COO in scoping the first and subsequent offices and co-ordinate office moves as the organisation develops
  • Ensure impeccable facilities management
  • Support the administrative needs of existing execs and manage new appointee inductions
  • Take Board minutes and monitor actions, ensuring nothing slips between the cracks
  • Arrange and host VIP visits and co-ordinate exec travel plans
  • Become the CEO’s right arm, managing priorities effectively and gate-keeping diary, calendar and emails
  • Work with strategic HR partners myHRdept to set up HR systems, processes, policies and processes
  • Maintain finance systems, accounting records, expenses, records and day-to-day invoice payments.
  • Manage suppliers and negotiate deals with preferred contractors where required.
  • Be the first port of call for external enquiries, colleagues and visitors.

To be of interest for this unique opportunity you will:

  • Be demonstrably of degree calibre.
  • Have at least 2 years PA/EA and Office Management experience in a rapid growth environment
  • Be used to working with very senior executives, preferably with a scientific/research or similar high tech background
  • Be highly computer/tech literate, with exceptional MS Office skills, essential is the ability to build advanced PowerPoint presentations
  • Be a confident and skilful communicator in person, by phone and email
  • Be highly influential, balanced with high level diplomacy skills
  • Have superlative project management and organisation skills and a forensic attention to detail

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: circa £40K, negotiable for the right person.

 

Frontend Engineer

  • £60,000 - £65,000

Front End Developer - JavaScript, TypeScript, React, AWS

Smart Energy company based in Central London are looking for Developers to join the growing business… You’ll be working on some cool projects and changing the world too ?

Working with TypeScript, React, and Serverless framework on AWS Lambda, you’ll be helping to build our next generation of portals for their platform.

Required skills

• JavaScript, ideally TypeScript too

• CSS and HTML

• Familiarity with React

Advantages

• Knowledge of AWS Lambda and Serverless

• Building interfaces for data using tools like D3.js

• Accessibility and web performance tools and practices

• Experience with testing frameworks such as Jest, Puppeteer, Selenium

• Interest in reactive or functional programming

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