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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 60 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.

 

 

UNITED KINGDOM 

Sales Administrator – Tricel Composites

Sales Administrator – Tricel Composites

Location:  Southport

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 Sales Administrator will be responsible for providing excellent customer service to our customers and assisting our busy sales team with administration tasks across Tricel Composites.

Responsibilities

The Sales Order Administrator will be responsible for the following areas across the business:

  • Responsible for ensuring orders are processed in a timely fashion, in line with Company procedures;
  • To produce courier labels for sales orders to be dispatched;
  • Responsible for dealing with customer enquiries both on the phone & in person;
  • Responsible for monitoring the office email & responding to customers in a timely manner;
  • Produce quotations as requested by customers directly or the Sales team;
  • Liaison with customers on a regular basis to ensure deliveries are booked in;
  • Ensure all courier queries are dealt with in order to meet customer expectations;
  • Ensure all paperwork is filed correctly and in a timely manner;
  • Ensure all internet and eBay orders are printed and processed and then marking these as dispatched;
  • Process the decant forms on to the system as and when they arise;
  • Scan & PDF all orders/manifests as instructed by your Manager;
  • Responsible for following Company policies & procedures at all times & make recommendations for improvements;
  • Any other duties as assigned by your line manager to meet the needs of the business.

Experience: 

  • Excellent telephone manner;
  • Customer service focussed;
  • Previous experience within an internal sales role;
  • 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;

 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 Hannahjones@uk.tricel.eu Hannah Jones, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Depot Manager – Tricel Composites

Depot Manager – Tricel Composites

Permanent Full-Time Position

Location: Leeds, LS10 1QP

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 Depot Manager is to oversee the branch requirements as a hands-on role both the Trade Counter and Warehouse, managing all of the day-to-day operational functions, including the on-site distribution business, reporting directly into the Managing Director.

 

Responsibilities

The Depot Manager will be responsible for the following:

  • Responsible for managing a small team of employees, including; conducting appraisals & other people issues, escalating to HR when necessary;
  • Management of the on-site distribution business, ensuring all orders are prioritised and delivered on time.
  • Raising purchase orders as and when required;
  • Transport queries, including; managing driver’s hours & ensuring we are compliant with the legal driver regulations;
  • Responsible for maintaining stock accuracy and the monthly stock take;
  • Overseeing the Warehouse to ensure all orders are dispatched correctly & on time;
  • 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, as much as reasonably possible to ensure it is in good and safe order, handling any H&S or security concerns as and when they arise;
  • Provide cover for the Warehouse when required;
  • Responsible for opening and closing the business on a daily basis as a key holder;
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Managing Director to meet the needs of the business.
  • Overseeing the decanting of products;
  • Hold regular PIT Meetings the team and participate in weekly video conferencing meetings

Experience and Qualifications:

Essential

  • Proven management experience with the ability to motivate & lead teams
  • Knowledge of Health & Safety regulations, including ADR awareness
  • Folk lift license
  • Strong planning and organisational skills, with an ability to manage own time effectively;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Experience of working with KPI’s & objectives;
  • Microsoft office, including; word, excel & outlook;

 

Desirable

  • Experience of working with Sage
  • ADR trained
  • Experience of working with an ERP system

 

 

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 Hannahjones@uk.tricel.eu Hannah Jones, HR Gloucester.

 

 

Warehouse / Inventory Supervisor

Warehouse / Inventory Supervisor

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 are 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

This position will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy, security and movement of the Company’s inventory throughout the site.

 

You will be responsible for developing and maintaining an accurate physical stock system, whilst managing a small team responsible for “picking” customer orders and providing materials to support the manufacturing department.

 

Responsibilities

The key responsibilities for the role are:

  • Management, organisation and encouragement of a small team, to operate efficiently and ensure KPI’s are met;
  • Ensure that Health and Safety standards are maintained and that all activities are carried out in a safe manner, assisting the Quality Manager with any issues that arise;
  • Ensure all mechanical handling equipment is properly maintained and used correctly by suitably trained employees;
  • Establish and maintain a high level of stock accuracy by implementing an effective physical stock location and movement system for the site that covers all inventory movements, including:
    • Goods receiving;
    • Issue to production;
    • Receipts from production;
    • Customer dispatches;
    • Returned goods;
    • Other stock movements.
  • Responsible for monitoring storage capacity requirements and ensuring strict disciplines are in place;
  • Ensure all movements are recorded accurately and on a timely basis using the Company IT system;
  • Manage the stock take process, on both a full and perpetual basis;
  • Liaison with customers, suppliers and transport companies;
  • Any other duties assigned in order to meet the needs of the business.

 

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Proven management experience with the ability to motivate & lead teams;
  • Experience in supervising a warehouse operation;
  • ERP/MRP experience (new system planned for 2018) is desirable;
  • Strong planning and organisational skills, with an ability to manage own time effectively;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Ability to work cross-functionally to meet business needs;
  • Experience of working with KPI’s & objectives;
  • Forklift license.

 

Personal Attributes

  • Self-motivated;
  • Natural influencer & leader of people;
  • Excellent communicator;
  • Hands-on / can do attitude;
  • Organised;
  • Attention to detail;

 

 

  How to Apply: Interested candidates can email their CV and Cover Letter to Hannahjones@uk.tricel.eu Hannah Jones, HR Gloucester.

 

 

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.