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Tricel is a highly established global provider of high performance solutions for the Water, Environmental, Construction and Materials industries. As a company it has evolved from its beginnings as small, family owned Irish plastics manufacturer into a successful multinational corporation with a proven ability to absorb, improve and generate new technologies, material and processes. Over the last 40 years, our company has developed an ethos of “Generations of Innovation” built around three interlinking themes; Innovation, Quality and Heritage. With manufacturing locations in 5 countries we possess a broad and distinct range of capabilities which enable us to supply a comprehensive offering of products to over 50 countries worldwide.

Please see below for a list of the current vacancies at Tricel:

IRELAND 

General Operative

General Operative

Tricel currently has a vacancy for a General Operative (16-week contract). The candidate will be required to work shift.

A production operator is responsible for ensuring that production is carried out efficiently in adherence to quality standards and the manufacturing schedule.

Duties:

  • Follow safety rules, including wearing protective equipment and report any accidents, incidents and near misses from a safety perspective.
  • Adherence to instructions incorporating quality safety and GMP.
  • Interact with business systems when required (ERP).
  • Complete all training as identified by the company.
  • General operator to work in any of the manufacturing areas in the factory
  • Follow instruction from the area supervisor and team leader
  • Ad hoc duties as required
  • Adhere to lean and 6S standards for workplace organisation.
  • Meeting defined production targets

Skills and characteristics:

  • Communicate effectively with team members
  • Experience working as part of a team
  • Experience in meeting and exceeding production targets
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment is a distinct advantage
  • Punctuality and attendance are a key requirement of the role
  • Experience working in a physically demanding environment as the role requires a physically capable candidate.
  • Excellent time management skills and be proactive at all times.
  • Manufacturing in Tricel is on a shift basis, flexibility is required in relation to shift works.

Full training will be provided to the successful candidates. Interested candidates should email their CV and cover letter to hr@ie.tricel.ie by 3rd January 2018.

 

 

Customer Support - Dublin Based

Technical Sales Support

Finol Oils, part of the Tricel Group, have an exciting opportunity for a Customer Support and Administrator to join our existing team to provide administration support to different areas of the business (Sales, Warehouse, Accounts).  The ideal candidate will have a minimum 3 years’ experience in an office or similar environment along with experience in a technical or mechanical role. this role will suit an individual who enjoys working in a busy office environment and is capable of working to tight deadlines. The candidate should be a people person, as this is a customer service facing role where you will be the first point of contact with the customer. The position is based in Crumlin, Dublin 12.

Main Duties

  • Answer & Log all telephone calls into the company
  • Answer customer sales/account and sales rep queries as required
  • Take sales orders over phone from customers/sales reps
  • Input sales orders onto system from phone and emails
  • Check and convert all sales rep quotes to orders
  • Manage Sales Orders System
  • Create delivery documents from Picking lists
  • Create Invoices from delivery dockets & Post/Email them
  • Process & Log Credit notes
  • Process & Distribute Customer Statements
  • Manage all incoming/outgoing post
  • Greet Customers/Visitors & Complete Trade counter sales
  • Adhoc office duties as required

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 3 years experience in a similar role
  • Ability to work on own initiative as well as part of a team
  • Excellent customer service skills including an excellent telephone manner
  • Adept at multitasking and working to tight deadlines
  • Computer literate, particularly with Microsoft Office
  • Highly motivated
  • An efficient communicator
  • A background in a technical or mechanical role would be advantageous
  • Good understanding of accounts also desired

Interested candidates should email their CV to hr@ie.tricel.eu by 24th November, 2017.

Full training will be provided for this role and a competitive salary, negotiable depending on experience is on offer.

Tricel is an equal opportunities employer.  

 

 

Technical Support - Dublin Based

Finol Oils, part of the Tricel Group, have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Support Administrator to join our existing team.  The successful candidate will support our customers, our Sales & Marketing team and other members of staff with technical queries and requests. This role is based in Crumlin, Dublin 12.

Main Duties

  • Providing technical support to field sales team and customers
  • Creating & Updating Technical Data sheets and Material Safety Data Sheets and other technical documentation
  • Updating Finol Products and technical documents with latest specifications
  • Working in conjunction with Marketing to support the technical writing of online blogs.
  • General Office/Admin duties.
  • Generate reports as required.
  • Ad hoc projects.

Requirements:

  • Good Communicator, with fluency in both verbal and written English
  • Strong IT Skills including Microsoft Office
  • Good Timekeeping
  • Self-Motivated
  • Excellent Attention to detail
  • Mechanical/Technical Knowledge
  • Fast Learner

Ideally, the candidate should have a mechanical background to support an understanding of the technical requirements of the role, e.g. has previously worked on a parts/technical database in a store and/or office support role.  Knowledge of engine requirements and oils preferential but not essential as training will be provided.  This role requires ongoing training and learning of oil products, technical specifications, vehicles and machinery etc.

You will be required to work within a team but also be able to work independently and be self-driven.  The role will benefit a fast learner and a critical thinker. A problem solver, who enjoys the technical details.  You will be joining a fast-moving, busy office where attention to detail and speed/efficiency is key.  At least 3 years’ experience in a similar environment is essential.

Interested candidates should email their CV to hr@ie.tricel.eu by 24th November 2017.

Tricel is an equal opportunities employer.

 

 

Warehouse Operative - Dublin Based

Finol Oils, part of the Tricel Group, have an exciting opportunity for a Warehouse Operative to join our existing team. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a Warehouse environment, along with a valid forklift license. As this a typical Warehouse position, the role will be physically demanding. This role will suit an individual who enjoys working as a part of a team but is also capable of working on their own initiative. A customer-focused attitude would be necessary as the role may be occasionally customer facing. The position is based in Crumlin, Dublin 12 and the successful candidate will be expected to start in January.

Duties:

  • Picking Orders
  • Packing Deliveries
  • Loading/Unloading Vehicles
  • Manual handling ( training will be given)
  • Electric & Manual Pallet Truck manoeuvring
  • Assist with filling & production of oil products
  • Liaising with other departments in the business
  • Other Ad-hoc warehouse duties.

Requirements

  • Valid Forklift Driving License
  • 2 Years Forklift Driving and Warehouse experience
  • Previous experience with a Warehouse Stock Management system would be advantageous, though not essential
  • Working on own initiative and with others as part of a team
  • Customer focused attitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Good Communicator with fluency in both verbal and written English
  • Flexible with availability to work overtime if required

Interested candidates should email their CV to hr@ie.tricel.eu by 24th November 2017.

Tricel is an equal opportunities employer.  

 

 

Graduate Web Developer

Job description

Tricel is now expanding its digital marketing team and looking for a Graduate web developer to join the team.

This person will be working on all web development projects across the European and Irish markets in which Tricel operate and will be working closely with our Senior Designer and Senior Web Developer to build strong performing websites which have been tested thoroughly and fit the stakeholder’s brief.

While not necessary, you will have just graduated from university with a 2:2 honours degree in a related course. You will also have a portfolio of example website builds which you can present to us in an interview.

Required Skills:

  • Excellent knowledge of JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3 and LAMP stack.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communications, networking and influencing skills
  • Strong analytical and organisational skills are essential to evaluate online business opportunities and challenges
  • Drive and energy to succeed and to motivate self and others
  • Strong intercultural understanding and ability to promote intercultural awareness in the team
  • Enthusiastic team player with an ability to listen, learn, contribute and influence
  • Clear Thinker with a creative, innovative approach to team projects focused on results

Desirable Skills

  • Solid understanding of PHP and MySQL.
  • Working knowledge of WordPress/Magento.
  • Knowledge of Linux Administration

For all jobs, you will need an excellent level of fluency in written and oral English. You will also need to be eligible to work in Ireland and/or hold a valid work permit for the Irish market.

Please submit an up-to-date curriculum vitae with an accompanying cover letter detailing your fit for the role.

Part Time German Sales Executive

Vacancy: Park Time German Sales Executive 

We are looking for a highly-driven and energetic German Sales Executive to join the Sales Team.  The Sales Executive will have the following responsibilities;

Responsibilities:

  • Managing inbound and outbound sales over the phone.
  • Limited amount of travel to Germany to liaise directly with customers in Germany.
  • Meet and exceed assigned sales targets
  • Administration duties

A very high standard of fluency in German, as well as an extensive cultural awareness of Germany, is a key requirement for the position.  The candidate should have a proven track record in generating and closing sales.  The candidate should have excellent communication skills with a superb telephone manner.  Time management and organisational skills are essential requirements.

The candidate should be competent in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word and Outlook.  A third level qualification in a business discipline is desirable but not essential. The candidate will be required to travel to other group manufacturing sites.

Salary and Benefits

The position is based in Killarney, Co. Kerry

The position offers an excellent remuneration package.

How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to hr@ie.tricel.eu by 16th August 2017.

Tricel is an equal opportunities employer

UNITED KINGDOM 

Sales Estimator – Dewey Waters

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Weston-Super-Mare

Dewey Waters is one of the UK’s market leaders in the manufacture and supply of all cold water storage tanks. We specialise in sectional tanks and one piece tanks and we offer standard size tanks or custom built tanks to suit individual project requirements. We also provide a range of other GRP manufactured products including housings and biofilters, as well as kiosks and cabinets. We provide full project management for jobs of all sizes and also offer our clients training on the installation of water tanks, this also includes providing installation services to the construction industry.

The Role

The Sales Estimator role is B2B sales, interpreting tender information to provide project quotations. This is a challenging role for an organised and personable individual and will include Account Management and Product Campaign Work.

Responsibilities

The Sales Estimator will be responsible for the following areas across Dewey Waters:

Primary responsibilities:

  • Searching tender information and extracting data.
  • Handling sales calls and enquires, extracting the true brief from the information given by the potential customer, offering technical and commercial advice.
  • Cost out projects and provide quotations to customers using in-house software or expert advice.
  • Recording and maintaining customer information in an orderly and efficient system.
  • Keep up to date with changes to database and company products
  • Follow up on customer enquires / quotations via telephone and email diarising further action.
  • Technically and commercially evaluate then negotiate best price when contractor has secured the project to close the order.
  • Make prospect calls proactively based on direction, information or intuition.
  • Receive order and coordinate between accounts and technical departments before handing over to manufacturing.
  • Record sales order information.
  • Other general duties will include answering inbound phone calls, provide cover for other estimators and carry out any other duties reasonably requested.

Experience Required

  • B2B Sales experience.
  • Sound and commercial approach to problem solving.
  • Ability to priorities workload.
  • Good working knowledge of MS Office and SAGE.
  • Experience of mechanical services, plumbing or construction industry would be advantageous but not essential as full product training will be provided.

Personal Attributes

  • ‘Can-do’ attitude that contributes to building a positive team spirit.
  • Reacts well under pressure.
  • Organised and efficient.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and written skills.
  • Ability to read and interpret written information.
  • Quick learner with the ability to retain technical knowledge

 

  How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Warehouse Supervisor

Warehouse Supervisor – Tricel Composites

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Southport, PR9 7RZ

Tricel Composites are a leading composite material and technical solution provider for the composites industry.

With a long-standing history in composite manufacturing ranging from general moulding, spray up through to advanced production such as sheet moulding compound processes, RTM and hand lay-up. It is from these manufacturing processes that Tricel have built up the expertise and product knowledge that we use in identifying and sourcing the best products for composite manufacture. With depots now situated in both the UK and Ireland, we are primarily placed for both local and national supply, enabling us to get the right composite materials to our customers.

With over 60 years in the composites industry our technical staff are always on hand to offer our customers the best advice to ensure that they are using the most appropriate products for their business.

The Role

The role of the Warehouse Supervisor is to oversee the Warehouse, supervising all of the day-to-day operational functions, including the supervision of an on-site customer shop, reporting directly in to the Managing Director for the Company.

 

Responsibilities

The Warehouse Supervisor will be responsible for the following:

  • Responsible for supervising a small team of Warehouse employees to ensure the Warehouse operates as efficiently as possible including the completion of quarterly appraisals with employees. .
  • Supervision of the on-site customer shop & orders coming in through the website, ensuring all orders are prioritised correctly and delivered on time;
  • Pro-active management of stock control, maintaining stock accuracy, daily cycle counting and the monthly stock take;
  • Liaising with Office staff to ensure efficient co-ordination between all departments;
  • Ensuring adequate stock is on site to meet customer and seasonal requirements;
  • Raising purchase orders and good received notes as and when required;
  • Advising customers on any queries, which may arise in relation to products and/or their orders;
  • Identify any training which may be required for the team;
  • Inputting data in to the bespoke Company system;
  • Maintaining the site, to ensure it is in good and safe order, handling any H&S or security concerns as and when they arise;
  • Ensure the depot is compliant with H&S, Transport and dangerous goods legislation;
  • Identify and implement cost downs;
  • Drive the companies Lean principles within the depot;
  • Any other duties as assigned by your line manager to meet the needs of the business.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Supervisory experience;
  • Knowledge of Health & Safety regulations, including ADR awareness;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Experience of working to KPI’s & objectives;
  • Microsoft office, including; word, excel & outlook;
  • Forklift license desirable.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-motivated;
  • Excellent communicator;
  • Hands on/can do attitude;
  • Organised;
  • Attention to detail.

  How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Sales Advisor - Lanark

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Lanark

Nicholson Plastics is a market leader in the manufacture and supply of Water Tank solutions. We are continually expanding our operations in Lanark and Croydon, attracting a diverse range of skill sets in our employees. The company has nearly 50 years’ experience in the Water Storage market in the UK market. The company also offers full end to end project management service, supporting the design, manufacture and installation of solutions for the water storage industry.

Our company culture is based on heritage where our success is attributed to the people who work for us. We have adopted a number of core values which underpin everything we do; One Team, Resourceful, Integrity, Customer Centric, Embrace Change, Leader.

With our offices located in Lanark and Croydon, we are now looking for to expand and develop our existing sales team in Lanark with the position of Sales Advisor.

The Role

This position would suit a candidate currently working in a targeted sales role, for example, a call centre, car sales or any form of retail sales, who is looking for a technical sales position as part of a collaborative and friendly office where there is scope for further development.

We also welcome applications from candidates with no direct sales experience who are keen to begin their career in a technical and construction sales environment. This may include recent graduates, or sales advisors coming from a non-targeted background. Full training will be provided, including comprehensive sales process training and technical training.

Responsibilities

The Sales Advisor will work closely with the Sales team and be responsible for:

  • Contacting the existing customer base through both emails and phone calls;
  • Reviewing incoming enquiries and extracting the relevant information;
  • Updating and maintaining data on a bespoke CRM system;
  • Acknowledgment and processing of orders;
  • Preparing quotations for customers;
  • Ensuring all admin paperwork is recorded and filed correctly;
  • Liaising with customers and other departments to assist the sales team;
  • Updating external sales teams on any developments relevant to their key accounts;
  • Creating project files.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Experience of a targeted sales environment would be advantageous but not essential;
  • Ability to prioritise and organise workload;
  • Good knowledge of MS Office;
  • Ability to make recommendations and improvements to procedures/working practices.
  • Strong team working skills with ability to work on own when required;
  • Full UK driving license required.

Personal Attributes

  • Organised and efficient;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • Pro-active in approach;
  • Excellent communication and written skills
  • Excellent timekeeping

   How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Manufacturing Manager

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Stonehouse, Gloucester with flexibility to travel to UK sites as required.

Originally formed in 1973, Tricel is a highly recognised and trusted provider of solution-based products for multiple leading businesses across a range of industries. With 12 operating locations throughout Europe & 5 Companies in the UK, we possess a broad and distinct range of capabilities which enable us to supply a comprehensive range of products to over 50 countries globally. We have four key divisions; Water, Environmental, Construction and Composites.

Tricel is a family owned business, which adopts the ethos of “Generations of Innovation” and this is built around three interlinking themes; Innovation, Quality and Heritage, which have been developed over the last 60 years of successful operations. We design, develop and deliver innovative, quality solutions that our customers can trust. We have adopted a number of core values which underpin everything we do; One Team, Resourceful, Integrity, Customer Centric, Embrace Change, Leader.

The Role

The Manufacturing Manager is responsible for ensuring all activities are conducted in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner and that customer requirements are met on time by providing strong leadership and delivering on key objectives. This involves the planning of current activities whilst constantly seeking improvements throughout the supply process. Ensuring KPI’s are in place and that production targets are met for all activities of the business and that costs are managed in-line with budgets and current activity levels;

We are looking for a strong leader with a background in Manufacturing, who has experience of delivering cultural change within the workplace and who can champion continuous improvement and lean initiatives.

This role has responsibility for Manufacturing & inventory planning (through manufacturing and shipping to customer demands). The Manufacturing Manager will manage a core production team of around 30 people, including a Production Manager, Lead Operators, Stores (inbound and outbound), Supply Chain Co-ordinator and Maintenance.

  • Overall responsibility for all Health and Safety for employees on site;
  • Responsible for providing strong and effective leadership and driving change in line with Group policies & procedures;
  • Driving Lean initiatives, which have been identified within the production process, in order to develop a process of continuous improvement;
  • Overall responsibility for the planning function including:
  • Preparing the overall production plan and ensuring it meets the demands of the business;
  • Setting Inventory Policies;
  • Capacity planning to ensure appropriate resources are in place, including; people and equipment;
  • Identify skills gaps and training needs, ensuring that any gaps are managed appropriately.
  • Maintaining high accuracy of Company stock records & developing a programme to improve this.
  • Overseeing the Logistics, purchasing and dispatch team to ensure goods are dispatched on time & correctly;
  • Overseeing the weekly/monthly stock checks & reporting on any discrepancies;
  • Control of all manufacturing costs and monitoring KPI’s to ensure high customer service, efficiency and continuous improvement;
  • Management of employee issues, including; performance appraisals with all direct reports & identifying any gaps in skills/training, making recommendations for change;
  • Implementing and supporting Group changes to drive the business forward;
  • Flexibility to travel to other Group sites, including Head office in Ireland.

Key Interactions:

  • Managing Director – any issues that will impact expected performance;
  • Head of Manufacturing – any issues that will impact manufacturing performance;
  • Quality Manager – oversee the application of Quality/H&S procedures within the factory, to ensure best practice is adhered to;
  • Technical Manager – Material, process development and equipment maintenance;
  • UK HR Business Partner – employee matters:
  • Keeping up to date with current and developing trends within the manufacturing industry
  • Other Group businesses; adopting best practise in the context of what is best for Tricel as a group.

Key Skills:

  • A proven record of managing people at a supervisory and/or management level
  • Leadership & Change Management
  • Planning
  • Teamwork
  • Problem Solving
  • Lean champion
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication skills

Qualifications:

  • Degree level or equivalent
  • Lean Qualification is preferable
  • Leadership qualification or equivalent

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Assistant Company Accountant – Lanark, Scotland

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Lanark, ML11 9JS

Nicholson Plastics is a market leader in the manufacture and supply of Water Tank solutions. We are continually expanding our operations in Lanark and Croydon, attracting a diverse range of skill sets in our employees. Our Company culture is based on heritage where our success is attributed to the people who work for us

The Company has nearly 50 years’ experience in the Water Storage market in the UK market. The company also offers full end to end project management service, supporting the design, manufacture and installation of solutions for the water storage industry.

The Role

The Assistant Company Accountant will have responsibility for the management of the Finance function of the business, which includes the supervision of other staff members employed.  This role will report in to the Company Accountant, and will be an integral part of the team. The Assistant Company Accountant will also report to group Headquarters on a periodic basis.

Responsibilities

The Assistant Company Accountant will be responsible for the following areas across the business:

Primary responsibilities:

  • Monthly trial balance and management accounts.
  • Management of the company treasury function.
  • Preparation of year end accounts and liaison with external auditors.
  • Balance Sheet accounts reconciliations
  • Management of the Sales Order and Purchase order Processing functions.
  • Preparation of monthly payroll: review of weekly payroll calculations.
  • Completion of Inland Revenue returns for PAYE/NI, VAT CIS, and other statutory reporting requirements.
  • Management of the month end stock taking process.
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time.

Experience Required

  • Good numerical skills.
  • Post qualification experience in a manufacturing environment desirable.
  • A high level of computer literacy to include SAGE line 50, payroll processing, Microsoft Office suite and specifically Excel and word.
  • Be capable of working closely with all business functions.
  • High energy level required.
  • Strong leadership skills, independent thinking, strong organizational and planning abilities and excellent analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
  • Experience of working in and improving upon, a customer focused environment
  • The ability to work as part of a close team

 Qualifications:

  • Professional Accounting qualificationg. AAT, ACA, CIMA, ACCA.

Personal Attributes

  • Commercially driven
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent communicator
  • Natural Influencer & Leader of people
  • Persuasive
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Installation Engineer - Croydon

Installation Engineer – Dewey Waters

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Croydon

Dewey Waters is one of the UK’s market leaders in the manufacture and supply of all cold water storage tanks. We specialise in sectional tanks and one piece tanks and we offer standard size tanks or custom built tanks to suit individual project requirements. We also provide a range of other GRP manufactured products including housings and biofilters, as well as kiosks and cabinets. We provide full project management for jobs of all sizes and also offer our clients training on the installation of water tanks, this also includes providing installation services to the construction industry.

The Role

Working as part of a 2 crew team based in Croydon, the role involves travelling to sites throughout the UK to complete the assembly and construction of modular GRP sectional water storage tanks and other GRP products.

An exciting opportunity to join Dewey Waters a member of the Tricel Group, a global provider of high performance solutions for Water, Environmental, Construction and Materials Industries delivering innovative, quality solutions that our customers can trust.

Responsibilities

  • Co-ordination of water tank construction including marking out connection points and fittings as per works drawings
  • Ensure all component parts are fitted correctly as detailed on works drawings
  • Ensure all personnel adhere to Health & Safety procedures as out lined at site induction
  • Ensure all PPE is worn while carrying out construction duties
  • Liaise with customers on site in a proactive manner
  • Setting out of tank position
  • Communicating any site issues back to office
  • Arrange movement of parts to point of installation
  • Checking base levels with Theodolite and or laser
  • Carrying out pre-site visit survey checks to identify any foreseeable problems
  • Up keep & maintenance of company vehicle

 Experience Required

  • Experience of onsite works
  • Background within plumbing / facilities maintenance
  • Previous experience in a supervisory position.

 Personal Attributes

  • Organised
  • Flexible
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Driving licence is essential.
  • CSCS card would be advantageous

 Holiday

  • 28 days per year, including bank holidays

 Hours

  • 40-hour contract, plus opportunity for overtime at enhanced rate.
  • Monday – Friday, start and finish times will depend upon site locations / project requirements.

 Salary

  • £10.00 per hour, dependent upon experience.

 Travelling

  • Company van provided
  • Travelling time paid
  • Subsidy paid for overnight stays

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Assistant Finance Manager

12 – 18 month Fixed term position

Location: Stonehouse, Gloucester

Tricel (Gloucester) manufactures a number of products for the U.K market & this element of the Tricel group is a highly-experienced manufacturer of composite products and has developed a unique range that is used worldwide. These products are certified by government bodies and utility companies alike.

We excel in the innovation of composites design, supplying leading manufacturers in the construction, automotive, rail, defence, aeronautical, civil and road safety sectors. Furthermore, we are also a leading provider of mains drainage solutions, supplying septic tanks, sewage treatment plants and pump stations throughout the UK.

The Role

The Assistant Finance Manager will have responsibility for the management of the Finance function of the business, which includes the supervision of other staff members employed.  This role will report in to the Finance Manager, and will be an integral part of the team. The Assistant Finance Manager will also report to group Headquarters on a periodic basis.

Responsibilities

The Assistant Finance Manager will be responsible for the following areas across the business:

Primary responsibilities:

  • Monthly trial balance and management accounts.
  • Management of the company treasury function.
  • Preparation of year end accounts and liaison with external auditors.
  • Balance Sheet accounts reconciliations
  • Management of the Sales Order and Purchase order Processing functions.
  • Preparation of monthly payroll: review of weekly payroll calculations.
  • Completion of Inland Revenue returns for PAYE/NI, VAT CIS, and other statutory reporting requirements.
  • Management of the month end stock taking process.
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time.

Experience Required

  • Good numerical skills.
  • Post qualification experience in a manufacturing environment desirable.
  • A high level of computer literacy to include SAGE line 50, payroll processing, Microsoft Office suite and specifically Excel and word.
  • Be capable of working closely with all business functions.
  • High energy level required.
  • Strong leadership skills, independent thinking, strong organizational and planning abilities and excellent analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
  • Experience of working in and improving upon, a customer focused environment
  • The ability to work as part of a close team

 Qualifications:

  • Professional Accounting qualification e.g. AAT

Personal Attributes

  • Commercially driven
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent communicator
  • Natural Influencer & Leader of people
  • Persuasive
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Quality Assistant

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Stonehouse, Gloucester

Tricel (Gloucester) manufactures a number of products for the U.K market & this element of the Tricel group is a highly-experienced manufacturer of composite products and has developed a unique range that is used worldwide. These products are certified by government bodies and utility companies alike.

We excel in the innovation of composites design, supplying leading manufacturers in the construction, automotive, rail, defence, aeronautical, civil and road safety sectors. Furthermore, we are also a leading provider of mains drainage solutions, supplying septic tanks, sewage treatment plants and pump stations throughout the UK.

The Role

The Quality Assistant will have responsibility for all Quality issues arising on site. This role will report in to the Quality Manager and will be an integral part of the team.

Responsibilities

The Quality Assistant will be responsible for the following areas across the business:

Primary responsibilities:

  • Ensuring the Quality manual is updated on a regular basis, to remain up to date with any changes;
  • Conducting daily press checks, including; calibration of equipment, temps to spec & inspection of production and sign forms for compliance;
  • Assisting the Quality Manager with the production of the Monthly Quality Report;
  • Providing daily updates of OTIF report (on time in full);
  • Ensure that all internal and external complaints are logged on the system;
  • Assist with the investigation and completion of complaints, including sending out replacement items, if required;
  • Conducting internal and external audits to ISO 9001 – 2015 standard;
  • Ensure the upkeep of the Company Quality databases;
  • Complete accident reports and file on system;
  • Assist with Health & Safety factory walkaround tours, to prevent the risk of accidents;
  • Assist with product testing when required;
  • Handling customer complaints for all areas of the business, looking at root cause analysis to prevent issues from reoccurring;
  • Assist the management team with the completion of employee Training Matrixes, liaising with HR to address any training needs;
  • Assist with monthly stocktake;
  • Any other duties as assigned by management.

Experience Required

  • Experience of conducting risk assessments & implementing SOPs;
  • Experience of preparing for Audits;
  • Compliance and maintenance of relevant standards, including implementation of relevant regulations and an understanding of HSEQ legislation;
  • Experience of producing reports and utilising the data available to implement solutions.
  • Experience of ISO 9001;

Qualifications:

  • First Aid Certificate or willing to complete this;
  • ISO 9001 – 2015 Qualification.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent communicator
  • Natural Influencer
  • Persuasive
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Assistant Company Accountant - Dewey Waters

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Weston-Super-Mare

Dewey Waters is one of the UK’s market leaders in the manufacture and supply of all cold water storage tanks. We specialise in sectional tanks and one piece tanks and we offer standard size tanks or custom built tanks to suit individual project requirements. We also provide a range of other GRP manufactured products including housings and biofilters, as well as kiosks and cabinets. We provide full project management for jobs of all sizes and also offer our clients training on the installation of water tanks, this also includes providing installation services to the construction industry.

The Role

The Assistant Company Accountant will have responsibility for the management of the Finance function of the business, which includes the supervision of other staff members employed.  The Assistant Company Accountant will report in to the Senior Accountant, and will be an integral part of the team. The Assistant Company Accountant will also report to group Headquarters on a periodic basis.

Responsibilities

The Assistant Company Accountant will be responsible for the following areas across Dewey Waters:

Primary responsibilities:

  • Monthly trial balance and management accounts.
  • Management of the company treasury function.
  • Preparation of year end accounts and liaison with external auditors.
  • Balance Sheet accounts reconciliations
  • Management of the Sales Order and Purchase order Processing functions.
  • Preparation of monthly payroll: review of weekly payroll calculations.
  • Completion of Inland Revenue returns for PAYE/NI, VAT CIS, and other statutory reporting requirements.
  • Management of the month end stock taking process.
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time.

Experience Required

  • Good numerical skills.
  • Post qualification experience in a manufacturing environment desirable.
  • A high level of computer literacy to include SAGE line 50, Paymaster payroll processing, Microsoft Office suite and specifically Excel and word.
  • Be capable of working closely with all business functions.
  • High energy level required.
  • Strong leadership skills, independent thinking, strong organizational and planning abilities and excellent analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
  • Experience of working in and improving upon, a customer focused environment
  • The ability to work as part of a close team

 Qualifications:

  • Professional Accounting qualificationg. AAT, ACA, CIMA, ACCA.

Personal Attributes

  • Commercially driven
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent communicator
  • Natural Influencer & Leader of people
  • Persuasive
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

  How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Sales & Customer Service Administrator

Permanent Full Time Position

Location: Stonehouse, Gloucester

Tricel (Gloucester) manufactures a number of products for the U.K market & this element of the Tricel group is a highly-experienced manufacturer of composite products and has developed a unique range that is used worldwide. These products are certified by government bodies and utility companies alike.

We excel in the innovation of composites design, supplying leading manufacturers in the construction, automotive, rail, defence, aeronautical, civil and road safety sectors. Furthermore, we are also a leading provider of mains drainage solutions, supplying septic tanks, sewage treatment plants and pump stations throughout the UK.

The Role

The Sales & Customer Service Administrator will be responsible for providing excellent customer service to our customers and assisting our busy sales force with administration tasks across our environmental, construction & water divisions.

Responsibilities

The Sales & Customer Service Administrator will be responsible for the following areas across the business.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Responsible for handling & directing incoming customer enquiries both face to face, on the phone, email and on-line.
  • Sales order processing through the Company system:
  • Inputting Sales Orders,
  • Dealing with customer queries, especially regarding delivery,
  • Booking deliveries on third party transport company’s portal,
  • Producing and processing despatch paperwork;
  • Liaising with customers to ensure the Company are meeting their expectations;
  • Providing general administrative support to the external sales team & acting as an internal sales support, for example; sending out brochures/manuals to customers, preparing sales information & reports;
  • Providing cover for other areas of the office as and when required;
  • Any other duties as assigned by the management group.

Experience Required

  • Excellent telephone manner;
  • Previous experience within an internal sales role;
  • Customer service focussed;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Strong IT skills, including Microsoft office & sage (desirable);
  • Experience of working within a busy pressured environment;
  • Strong organisational skills;
  • Excellent Office Administration skills;
  • Flexibility to travel to customer sites on occasion.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-motivated
  • “can do” attitude
  • Excellent communicator
  • Team spirit
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

 

 

HSEQ Manager

Job Purpose
To grow the sales of Meter Boxes in the UK Market, covering all of the UK but with a focus on the South. Developing sales with the major national distributors, independent service providers, house builders and “utility” companies. Establishing a consistent sales approach for the product through the multiple channels and working with members of the existing sales team, mainly internal, to develop the sales plan for the product and deliver the budgeted double-digit sales growth.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Identify and develop new customers in the sectors identified to deliver growth.
• Manage existing Key Accounts within the Southern region.
• Manage the submission of tenders to “Utility” Companies.
• Manage a CRM system to efficiently manage and report on key metrics
• Manage a geographical territory to develop your own customer base
• Represent Tricel in a professional manner to customers and any external parties (merchants, house builders, utility service providers, engineers, Utilities, etc.)
• Liaise with key personal in Tricel to organise, develop and implement a clear business plan

Qualifications/Skills
• Experience of the UK domestic construction sector, ideally dealing with sales through merchants and direct to house builders and Utilities.
• Experience of platforms such as “Achilles”
• Dependable with an ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
• Able to see realistic market opportunities and act on when appropriate
• Proven record of delivering sales growth in a competitive market environment
• Strong work ethic with successful business development achievements
• Ideally, have experience implementing a CRM system

 

 How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu  Laura Haigh, HR Gloucester.

Area Sales Manager (Environmental Division)

Location: North England & Scotland

The Role
The Area Sales Manager will be responsible for developing the packaged waste water treatment product market within the North of England & Scotland. The role will have an assigned geographical territory to maximise Tricel’s sales within the area in line with business strategy and through established sales processes.
The successful candidate requires a good knowledge of Merchants and Distributors, both National and Independent, as well as contractors to raise awareness, generate sales & work towards agreed KPI’s to grow and expand the Tricel brand.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Area Sales Manager will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Responsible for raising the Tricel Environmental profile within the specified area, including; existing customers, business planning on an individual customer basis & sharing project information, to ensure Tricel is the customers first choice.
  • Responsible for growing sales within the agreed national merchant groups, independent merchants and buying groups.
  • Raise the Company profile with contractors, working within the agreed sectors, including specialist installers.
  • Responsible for presenting in front of large audiences, including delivering training presentations to stockists, product presentations, customers or CPD presentation to consultants or architects.
  • Negotiation of prices within the agreed perimeters to give the Company the best margin opportunities.
  • Management and development of key installer accounts.
  • Develop an understanding of the specification process with Architects and drainage engineers.
  • Completion of site surveys as and when required to generate quotations and successfully be able to convert these into orders.
  • Inputting accurate data in to the CRM system and ensure it remains up to date.
  • Responsible for producing accurate reports within the timescales.
  • Any other duties, as assigned by management, to meet the needs of the business.

 

Experience Required

  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple accounts at once, ensuring quotes are prepared and sent efficiently.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as the first port of call for customers, it is essential to have a positive, friendly & can-do attitude, and be prepared to go the extra mile for customers & colleagues
  • Experience of working with merchants, distributors & contractors.
  • Previous experience within an external field sales role.
  • Customer service focussed.
  • Strong presentation skills in front of large audiences.
  • Strong IT skills, including Microsoft office (outlook, PowerPoint, excel & word).
  • Flexibility to travel.

 

Personal Attributes

  • Self-motivated, ambition & drive
  • “can do” attitude
  • Excellent communicator
  • Team spirit
  • Organised
  • Attention to detail

 

How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to Barrie Smith, Environmental Sales Manager

All interested candidates are welcome to forward their curriculum vitae to the following email with a covering letter to the below address.

Ireland & France – Colette O’Donoghue

HR Manager, HR Department,
Tricel, Ballyspillane Industrial Estate, Killarney, Co. Kerry.
Email: ColetteODonoghue@ie.tricel.eu 

United Kingdom – Laura Haigh

HR Business Partner, HR Department, Tricel, Fox House, Stonedale Road, Gloucestershire, GL10 3SA, United Kingdom.
Email: LauraHaigh@uk.tricel.eu
www.uk.tricel.eu

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Why join us?

Tricel is looking for experienced industry professionals who want to help transform the company through the use of new and innovative approaches to everyday problems. We seek individuals who understand the critical importance of delivering value through sustainable and measurable business practices. Here at Tricel, we offer a tailored environment wherein you can build upon your existing skill sets. We value accumulated knowledge and experiences and view these as valuable resources for our organisation.

Tricel operates in a range of geographical regions and offers a diverse and multicultural atmosphere in which to work. The company’s various operations offer great opportunities to interact with colleagues both locally and in distant locations, ensuring you collaborate with a strong mix of highly talented people. We promote a collective quality in our workplace and encourage a unified approach to producing business solutions and long-term strategy plans.

Here at Tricel, we nourish a friendly working setting and value the craft of each of our employees. As an organisation, we believe collaboration is key to developing valuable insights and results in highly innovative solutions. To achieve this, we promote a fast paced and exciting work setting which will utilise and build upon, your business acumen and perspective.

We seek to hire the leaders of tomorrow, and we value those who aspire to develop leadership qualities. Tricel is fundamentally committed to the growth, career development and workplace satisfaction of each of our employees. As an organisation, we understand the high value of each role that every individual can play in the future of this company. We offer the right candidates an opportunity to make a genuine impact, and to showcase their skills for developing innovative solutions.

Our offer to each successful job applicant is an environment in which to further develop their business skill set and maximise their growth potential.

We seek to hire professionals who aspire to be the business leaders of tomorrow.