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Jobs in Automotive near Kidderminster

Found 2 jobs
    • Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 12 days ago

    Project Manager - Technical Engineering Projects West Midlands £Negotiable Permanent The purpose of the role is to deliver projects from internal issue to final acceptance, delivery and customer payment. The duties of the Project Manager - Technical Engineering Projects Manage all aspects of the contracts to ensure timely completion, specificati...

    • Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 18 days ago

    Purchase Ledger Controller Hartlebury, Kidderminster Automotive A Purchase Ledger Controller is required with knowledge of accounting software systems. This company based in Hartlebury requires a Purchase Ledger Controller with excellent numerical skills for a new permanent role. As a Purchase Ledger Controller you will be required to: To take r...

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Kidderminster

Kidderminster is a large town and civil parish in the Wyre Forest district of Worcestershire. Located just 17 miles south-west of Birmingham city centre and 15 miles north of Worcester city centre, Kidderminster with its many Victorian buildings, through which flows, the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcester Canal, has plenty on offer. 

The modern carpet industry, which was founded in the area in 1785 by Brintons, became extremely important to the local economy, so much so that the local newspaper is still named The Shuttle after the shuttles used on the carpet looms. By 1951 there were over thirty carpet manufacturers in the town. Aided by a 2004 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, a museum dedicated to the Kidderminster Carpet Industry was officially opened in 2012.