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Gemma Hayes Recruitment

Location: Wexford
In 1999, Gemma became interested in the world of recruitment, therefore set about researching companies in this field. Before long she attended an interview and began work at Certes Computing. She began work with Certes Computing, a reputable IT Recruitment company based in Solihull, Birmingham. She gained great experience here and after 6 months, Gemma discovered that there was a position available with Adecco Recruitment Solutions. She attended an interview and was offered a position to work as a Consultant for them at their Wolverhampton branch. Gemma accepted the offer and started her career with Adecco on 3rd March 2000. Her success began very early on with Adecco, where she won 3 awards within her first year, bringing her branch from bottom of the league to 2nd in her region. When she made the decision to re-locate to Cambridge, she was offered to stay with the company and take on the role of Permanent Consultant with the Cambridge branch. She gladly accepted and continued her repeated success at the Cambridge office. She trained new Consultants to the region and offered support and advice to all colleagues she worked with.

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Account Executive - National Accounts (Leinster)
Position Summary: Responsible for, sales / business development, management and the achievement of maximum profitability and growth in line with company vision and values. Establishes plans and strategies to expand customers in the local Irish market. Job Responsibilities: 1. Targets National business including Banking, Retail or Commercial chains throughout the Island of Ireland New business hunter type role. 2. Responsible for creating, monitoring and revising lead generation plans to ensure a substantive sales opportunity pipeline within specific accounts. Finds new and creative ways of engaging with customers. Responsible for capturing the attention of potential customers and presenting new services that the CTC has to offer. 3. Initiates and coordinates development of action plans to penetrate new accounts in the designated territory. 4. Works with the team to provide competitive pricing on proposals and strives to maintain maximum profit margin. 5. Creates and conducts proposal presentations and RFP responses. 6. Manages forecasting and provides accuracy for sales function and projects, ensures cost efficiency. 7. Collaborates with colleagues (Operations, Legal, Finance, etc.) to ensure jobs are planned and executed properly. 8. Adheres to all company policies, procedures and business ethics codes and ensures that they are communicated and implemented within the team. 9. Performs other duties and responsibilities as requested or required. Job Skills Requirements: Highly energetic and results-oriented, New business Hunter Conversant with products/systems and solutions relevant to the vertical markets and their value propositions Strong verbal/written communication and outstanding presentation skills required Demonstrated ability to influence others Ability to work independently Strong analytical skills necessary to resolve problems and look for solutions Strong financial analytical skills Strong ability to facilitate a collaborative working environment for customers and team members Driven, self-motivated and results-oriented Education Requirements: Engineering or related field or equivalent certifications Sales trained Experience Requirements: Minimum of ten years of successful sales experience, including five years in the area of commercial, banking or retail (electronic security) required. Minimum of three years of experience selling into End user accounts IT & Network understanding Certifications & Licenses: Industry-specific certifications a plus; must have valid drivers license with a clean driving record. Protective Clothing Required: The position may on occasion require Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses, steel-toed shoes or work boots, etc. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the colleague is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, talk or hear; uses hands to finger, handle, or touch objects or controls. On occasion, the colleague may be required to climb and work in high places, stoop, bend or reach above the shoulders. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment: The position is an office-based position with visits to customers and work sites in the field. The colleague regularly performs work-related travel which includes some global travel. The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principle functions of the occupation described and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the occupation. Please note this is a national role and will require travel throughout Ireland. Package: Base salary Commission plan as per EMEA compensation structure Company car Laptop Phone
Mechanical Design Engineer (Waterford)
Responsibilities: Designs tools and develops fixtures for manufacturing and has the ability to effectively communicate requirements and implement ideas with design Engineers. Design of current extended product range. Acts as a liaison to vendors with regard to tools & fixtures, and their manufacture. Ensure compliance with Health & Safety Legislation and Regulations. Manufacturing Engineer Requirements: Must have as a minimum a 3rd level qualification in an Mechanical Engineering discipline. A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience Proficient in the use of engineering and productivity tools e.g. AutoCAD / Solidworks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Analytical problem-solving skills. Timely decision making. Ability to respond to design change effectively. Experience working in a regulated GMP environment highly desired. Understands the typical project life cycle from concept through to qualification and has knowledge/experience in this area. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience executing a variety of project types. Knowledge of Moulding processes highly desired. Knowledge of high-accuracy mechanical system design.
Supply Chain Team Leader (Waterford)
We have an exciting opportunity for a Supply Chain Team Lead to join our Supply Chain Team based in our Waterford site. Reporting directly to the Supply Chain Manager, this role will lead a high performing team, managing the flow of materials/products throughout the full supply chain in order to provide high quality products on-time and in full to our customers. While supporting the continuing development of the supply chain to meet the changing needs of the business, this role will have responsibility for identifying and managing continuous improvement projects along with hands on daily activities. The ideal candidate for this role will have the following qualifications and experience criteria: Qualified to a minimum of degree level or equivalent work experience Preferably have a formal Supply Chain Management qualification, e.g. APICS, IIPMM or equivalent At least 5 years relevant experience in logistics and production planning along with experience in leading a high performing planning and/or purchasing team Must have experience in managing customer relationships and be able to liaise effectively within all levels of our own business as well as within the customers business Must have worked in a volume manufacturing environment with hands on production planning experience, preferably in a medical device or highly regulated manufacturing environment Proven track record in interpreting customer demand and production schedules in complex volume manufacturing environments, from single piece parts to multi-level assemblies Must be detail orientated with the ability to prioritize and organize tasks to deliver on business objectives within a fast-paced environment Must be able to work on their own initiative with strong problem solving and decision-making ability Project management skills Excellent communication skills, both written and oral essential Must have advanced experience with SAP, or equivalent ERP system Must be highly computer literate in Excel and Microsoft office packages Responsibilities of this role include: 1. Day to day Supply Chain Team Lead activities: Responsibility for the day to day planning activities for 2 key customer accounts Managing, analysing and actioning customer forecast data Working directly with the operations team to forecast and analyse plant capacity data to determine headcount requirements Develop and communicate machine cell production schedules to the key stake holders, both from a repeat production and a new production introduction perspective 2. Lead, support and develop the planning team: Sales Order management and interpreting MRP output data with respect to production schedule, plant capacities, at both a machine cell and cleanroom / white room assembly areas, and purchasing requirements Co-ordinate, with a hands on approach, all planning and logistics activities relating to internal and external key supply chain flows, in accordance with the company documented requirements Monitoring production schedules, expediting resources that delay schedules and altering the schedules to meet unforeseen demands Making sure product delivery dates are met as agreed with the customer Ensure Customer relationships are maintained 3. Lead, support and develop the purchasing team: Interpreting MRP output data with respect to purchasing requirements Responsible for managing the MRP System, inventory and invoicing through the key supply chain flows including cycle counting, BOMs and other key activities Analysing and interpreting bills of material, vendor specifications, etc, to ensure materials are supplied and delivered to the specifications required Monitoring supplier performance and taking corrective actions as required Negotiate pricing, price changes and other terms and conditions with suppliers to obtain the best return at the most cost effective prices possible while retaining quality specifications Providing forecast data to key suppliers Ensure Supplier relationships are maintained 4. Lead, support and develop the supply chain team in areas of: Continuous Improvement to develop a culture of cross functional continuous improvement to maximise efficiencies and remove non-value add activities wherever possible Standardised work - lead the Weekly Supply Review Meeting focusing on key Supply Chain performance indicators and identifying related actions required Standardised work - lead the Weekly Planning Meeting to ensure all stakeholders are agreed on current plan and on forecasted plan across the full demand horizon 5. Other essential duties and responsibilities: Ensure all planning and purchasing procedures are fully documented Ensure all related documentation is completed correctly Ensure all Customer / Supplier Commercial Agreements are maintained and updated where required Recruitment assist with recruitment of team members in line with resource requirements and job specifications Responsible for employee development through coaching, mentoring and succession planning in line with the company Strategy Plan Continual support of team members as part of standard work helping with problem solving and skill development to aid learning and early problem resolution Compliance to all site Environmental, Health and Safety requirements, training and regulations To perform additional team tasks as required to support the effective running of the business.
Maintenance Fitter (Wexford)
Candidate Profile: The ideal candidate will have served an apprenticeship and will possess 2 to 3 years practical experience in a medium/large industry. A team player with the ability to work with people and give technical advice where required is essential. Must be clearly focused on the safety and environmental elements of the plant, and work in co-operation with our departments. DESCRIPTION The successful candidate will be part of the maintenance team with responsibilities for preventative and breakdown maintenance and the related documentation of the maintenance carried out. Shift is Monday - Friday and three Saturdays a month for four hours. Early shift one week - 6am start and a later shift the following week - 8am start, joining a team of 10 other personnel within the maintenance team. To carry out start up checks on machinery throughout the plant on a daily basis. Ensure that all breakdowns are carried out swiftly and safely at all times. Ensure that all servicing and maintenance throughout the site is done in an efficient, safe and hygienic manner. Smooth running of the factory. Repairs, servicing and good maintenance of machinery. Work on refrigeration, plumbing and all breakdowns is carried out in a safe and tidy manner. To implement and follow the preventative maintenance schedule. To ensure that records are completed. Other duties as assigned. The above job description is designed to give an appreciation of the main functions of the job. It is not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive. Refrigeration experience an advantage but not essential Electrical experience an advantage but not essential To ensure that the staff comply with the Company Health & Safety policy.