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Jonathan Lee Interim Management successfully places interim managers across a broad range of industrial sectors and management disciplines, helping clients fill critical skills gaps with experienced managers. 

We have developed a readily available portfolio of specialist interim managers covering a wide range of disciplines. Many of these are industry leading experts who can deliver exceptional results from day one and continue to deliver over the duration of the assignment until they exit the business. The results achieved often allow businesses to reap benefits long after their departure.

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Working closely with our industry focused teams and Jonathan Lee Search and Selection for executive recruitment, we’re uniquely equipped to provide your business with the right expertise when you need it most. 

Our Interim Managers are catalysts for change and will typically be involved in a range of interventions that could include:

  • Change Management
  • Improvement & Efficiency
  • Turnaround Specialists
  • Consultancy, Advice & Implementation
  • Business Divestiture & Integration
  • Due Diligence
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Short Term Cover
  • Transition Management
  • Trouble Shooting
  • Programme & Project Management

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Principal Consultant - Highways Asset Management

A Principal Consultant for Highways Asset Management is currently required for our client based in Royal Leamington Spa. Our client is a provider of software and services leading the way in data driven infrastructure asset management and are providing a range of market leading software products backed up with a range of surveying and consultancy services which help their customers deliver a better service across their highways department. This role will be working closely with clients to help them optimise the performance of their assets given budgetary, political and economic constraints. You will be required to deliver quality advice, support, training and solutions tailored to each Client's local requirements. You will need to be an excellent communicator ideally with in-depth experience of highways infrastructure asset management and experience of ISO55000 would be viewed advantageously. As the Principal Consultant your duties and responsibilities will include: Deliver on and off site highway asset management consultancy to Clients Lead on a portfolio of projects using PRINCE2 methodology ensuring they're delivered to specification, high quality and to deadline Assist Clients to implement Code of Practice and best practice guidance e.g. HMEP HIAMG/ISO55000/IAM Anatomy Provide asset management maturity assessment against best practice guidance Assist Highway Authorities to implement, review and develop Highway Infrastructure Asset Management Plans (HIAMP) Lead within your specialist skills amongst the team and business, supporting and developing other team members. Act as mentor, coaching and training colleagues in order to support learning and development objectives. To be considered for this role we're seeking an individual that has a background in highway infrastructure asset management with proven experience of forming strategic relationships within the highways sector. Educated in a degree related qualification or in lieu demonstrate considerable industry relevant experience; You will also ideally hold both a PRINCE 2 Project Management qualification and have or be willing to work towards the Institute of Asset Management Certificate/Diploma. Candidates with specialist skills in structures, street lighting, signals, risk & resilience, performance management, drainage/flood risk management or asset management will be considered for this opportunity. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career within an exciting and developing organisation that are technological leaders in the UK market and are entering an exciting phase of potential growth both within the UK and Internationally. In return our client can offer a market competitive salary and an extensive benefits package to include a car allowance, private health cover, permanent health insurance, 25 days plus stats annual leave and life assurance. This role will be based at their head office in Royal Leamington Spa however a willingness to travel nationally will be required on occasions. If you would like to discuss this role in more detail then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or send an email and CV .

Permanent / Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

Senior Energy Projects Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Shrewsbury and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Leicester and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Leicester, Leicestershire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Warwick and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Warwick, Warwickshire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Lincoln and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Stafford and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Stafford, Staffordshire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Birmingham and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Birmingham, West Midlands

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Malvern and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Malvern, Worcestershire

Senior Energy Project Officer

A Senior Energy Project Officer is required to assist and support the effective delivery of regional energy generation projects and low carbon programmes as part of the Midlands Local Capacity Support Scheme. This post will be based in Dudley and you will be required to formulate and deliver on energy related initiatives, that access relevant funding and parcel together imaginative and creative energy schemes. Developing and implementing such schemes will involve working alongside key public and private sector partners, including Central Government. This position will be based on an initial 2 year fixed term contract and will manage the day to day operation of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) element of the Local Capacity Support programme. There are a number of key duties and responsibilities required for this role to include: Develop energy project funds and develop and maintain energy generation projects. Agreeing loans, keeping processes, procedures and evidence up to date, assessing and reporting performance, ensuring accuracy of recharging and complying with data capture requirements are all vital to the position. Carry out energy project assessments and utilise wider team expertise to generate compelling business cases. Identify energy project potential within your LEP area, working with stakeholders to identify viable schemes and associated business cases for investment. Lead on the design and specification of improvements to building energy infrastructure and supervise the installation of work on site. Provide detailed performance reporting. Gathering and evaluation of data and preparing a range of energy use and performance reports for building users. Assist in preparing the specification and tender documents for tender processes associated with new energy projects and programmes. Manage energy projects through to completion and ensure conditions of associated funds are met. This exciting opportunity will be reporting in to the Regional Energy Projects Manager and you'll be part of a regional energy projects team for the West and East Midlands, forming the 'Hub' for which energy projects and programmes can be developed and delivered. As the Senior Energy Project Officer you will require the following skills and experiences: Experience of working in an energy projects function and engaging with other service areas such as finance, property, maintenance and transport. Strong analytical and reporting skills to identify anomalous data and discover the reasons driving change. An understanding of legal and financial issues surrounding the delivery of energy efficiency projects. Provision of clear, concise reports and advice to clients and senior departmental managers, and to respond direct to members in respect of carbon and energy management matters. Knowledge, skills and experience in energy, carbon management, negotiation and provision of advice on all types of property. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with the strategic framework for energy investment across your LEP area. In return our client can offer a salary of £28,221pa, benefits package plus flexible working opportunities. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or email your CV .

Permanent / Dudley, West Midlands

Assembly & Process Engineer

Are you an experienced Assembly and Process Engineer with knowledge of machining and castings? Are you interested being involved with one of the most exciting multi-million pound manufacturing and production projects in Warwickshire? An Assembly & Process Engineer is urgently required for a new purpose built cutting-edge manufacturing facility based near Southam which will revolutionise the compressor technology market. This flagship project with a total investment of £65m is a joint business venture between one of the UK's most innovative R&D Compressor Technology company's and one of largest manufacturers in the UK to spearhead a new wave of precision manufacturing. This role will be a critical in developing new methods of assembly & manufacture for machining of internal components to drawings specifications. You will be required to working closely with the Engineering, Design, Quality and Manufacturing teams to influence the design for manufacture on existing products and NPI. Your duties and responsibilities for this critical role will include the following: Work with an assembly equipment provider to set up an assembly process for various stages of build from R&D to full production. Work alongside design & development engineers from R&D to carry on through to production. Set out the assembly process for production staff. Working with a right 1st time mentality. Develop the assembly cells to ensure they are world class. Be proactive in the recommendation of new or improved manufacturing techniques. Create and develop product BOM's, routings and work instructions. Identify waist and define methods of reduction within the process to allow continual improvement. To be considered for this role you will have extensive assembly and production engineering experience. Our client is seeking applications from candidates that have a recognised technical apprenticeship, HNC level equivalent qualification in manufacturing engineering or time served industry experience. We will also be seeking this individual with have some of the following knowledge and experiences: A good knowledge of machining, castings or cutting tools. Generate the relevant paperwork SOP, Control plans, work instructions etc. Fixture design is desirable. Experience in implementing lean improvements within a machining & assembly environment. (Kaizen, Flow, 6's, Process Mapping, RCCR, SMED, Standard Operation Sheets, TPM & Visual Management). Extensive knowledge of BOM's, routings and work instructions. Experience of managing Capex projects. Familiar with Quality Systems / PPAP & Environmental Issues. Proficient knowledge in the use of MS Excel, Word & PowerPoint and CAD. In return our client can offer the opportunity to be involved in one of the most exciting engineering projects in region with genuine opportunities for career development within this newly formed organisation. A competitive salary is available with contributory pension, death in service and a total 33 days holiday per annum. The working hours for this role will be 7.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 7.30am to 12.30pm on Fridays. If you would like to discuss this fantastic opportunity in more detail then please call Les Hines on 01384 397555 or send your CV .

Permanent / Southam, Warwickshire

Asset Management Data Systems Consultant

We urgently require an Asset Management Data Systems Consultant for a highly prestigious luxury car manufacturer based in Oxford. This contracting role is responsible for the management and maintenance of the data regarding the assets across our clients plants within the UK. You will be in daily control of new data insertion in to the Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS)/Computer Aided Facility Management (CAFM) systems, analysis and generation of reports using data already stored and planning of measures to guarantee complete data functionality and accuracy. You will be responsible for assessing the current life-cycle status of the assets and inserting such information on the systems and supervising through Planned Preventative Maintenance planning, scheduling and monitoring. Your duties and responsibilities for this role will include the following: Coordinate the receipt and treatment of new asset data to fit system's requirements. Guarantee that assets are allocated to the correct plant, building and areas. Manage the necessary updates of information inside the system, making sure that additions, deletions and changes are conducted. Investigate real-time asset life-cycle status by auditing pre-defined areas in order to check asset conditions. Control the work orders being raised via help desk. Manage the execution of the Planned Preventive Maintenance cycles. Develop project planning including objectives for the implementation of an IWMS/CAFM system. This opportunity to work within one of the world's most prestigious automotive brands requires an individual ideally degree qualified in an IT or business related subject. You must also have had experience of either CAF Systems, Maximo, IT Plan-on, SAP, Archibas or Trimble with strong analytical and project management skills. In return this contracting opportunity is offering an hourly rate of £26.60p/h Ltd. If you would like to discuss this Asset Management Data Systems Consultant opportunity in more detail then please call Les Hines on 01384 397555 or send your CV .

Contract / Oxford, Oxfordshire

Senior Consultant - Data Analytics (Asset Management)

We are recruiting a Senior Consultant - Data Analytics for the UK's leading analytics software consultancy for asset intensive industries. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career within a dynamic growing company that is wholly owned by a leading global asset management consultancy. Based at our clients head office in Sheffield you will be an integral part of an already established and growing Analytics & Consultancy team delivering advanced data and analytic solutions for asset investment planning across the utility, power and transportation sectors. As a Senior Consultant you will be responsible for the delivery of analytical projects to clients which will enable them to define their future investment strategies. You will manage, coordinate, and deliver data analysis and asset investment planning projects to clients which will enable them to define their future investment strategies. Building relationships is critical to this role as you'll be engaging with client personnel across a range of functions including technical and non-technical staff, asset managers and decision makers. You will be responsible for managing the delivery of analytical projects to clients ensuring assigned projects are delivered on time, within budget and in accordance with the project scope. Other key responsibilities for this role will include: Ensure clients have a full understanding of the project process and deliverables throughout the project delivery. Manage outputs and quality throughout delivery of the project ensuring all work packages align to the project scope. Collecting, assessing and transforming client data as required to support the project including ensuring data is validated for completeness and analysed for 'cleanliness'. Derive predictive models using appropriate statistical techniques. Design and populate models within our clients software, execute and report on investment scenario analyses, including investment triggers, advanced prioritisation and optimisation. Production of client reports, technical notes & model documentation. Delivery of technical sales support including software demonstrations. You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: Exceptional skills in data collection and interpretation. Predictive and / or prescriptive analytics. Understanding of investment models, assets and systems of assets, understanding of Optimisation (linear & non-linear), Prioritisation and Monte Carlo analysis. Experience of working for a utility company, or on utility projects, would be advantageous. Extensive use of MS Access or SQL to collate data and perform complex queries Mathematical and statistical analysis and modelling skills. Use of analysis tools; R, MATLAB, SAS, SPSS or similar. Educated to degree level in a Mathematics, Data Science, Physics, Engineering or another financial/numeric field you will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ideally our client is looking for individuals that have operated within the utilities or infrastructure markets (water, electricity, power and transport) and will have significant experience of delivering analytical projects in a consultancy environment. In return our client can offer a competitive remuneration package to include flexible working hours, pension, health care and excellent career progression within this market leading company and further career opportunities within a globally renowned organisation. If you would like to discuss this Senior Consultant - Data Analytics role in more detail then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or send an email and CV to:

Permanent / Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Data Analyst - Asset Management (Infrastructure)

We are recruiting a Data Analyst for the UK's leading analytics software consultancy for asset intensive industries. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career within a dynamic growing company that is wholly owned by a leading global asset management consultancy. Based at our clients head office in Sheffield you will be an integral part of an already established and growing Analytics & Consultancy team delivering advanced data and analytic solutions for asset investment planning across the utility, power and transportation sectors. As a Data Analyst you will be expected to be able to work autonomously, collect and repopulate data, analyse the data to provide regression style relationships and assess their confidence, populate and configure the analytics software in order to produce an optimised strategic plan, and disseminate results via client workshops and reports. Whilst throughout this process it is essential that auditability and quality assurance are adhered too and maintained. Other key responsibilities for this role will include: Develop project scope to ensure you deliver value to the customer, managing outputs and quality. Collect, assess and transform data as required to support projects. Derive predictive models using appropriate statistical techniques. Ensure the data that supports the project recommendations is verified, analysed and modelled effectively in collaboration with other team members using the relevant software within agreed project scopes, to the standards required by clients. Configure the relevant software and generate optimised investment plans. Report and present the outputs to ensure the clients have a full understanding of the project process and deliverables. You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: Exceptional skills in data collection and interpretation. Extensive use of MS Access or SQL to collate data and perform complex queries. Advanced user of MS Excel or other statistical packages to process data. Sensitivity and scenario analysis of analytical models. Mathematical and statistical analysis and modelling skills. Use of analysis tools; R, MATLAB, SAS, SPSS or similar Predictive and / or prescriptive analytics. Understanding of investment models, assets and systems of assets, understanding of Optimisation (linear & non-linear), Prioritisation and Monte Carlo analysis, and experience of working for a utility company or consultancy on data analysis/modelling/investment planning would be advantageous. Proven ability in presenting methodologies and results to all levels in a business environment. Educated to degree level in a Mathematics, Data Science, Physics, Engineering or another financial/numeric field you will also possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ideally our client is looking for individuals that have operated within the utilities or infrastructure markets (water, electricity, power and transport). In return our client can offer a competitive remuneration package to include flexible working hours, pension, health care and excellent career progression within this market leading company and further career opportunities within a globally renowned organisation. If you would like to discuss this Data Analyst role in more detail then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or send an email and CV to:

Permanent / Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Data Scientist - Asset Management (Infrastructure)

We are recruiting a Data Scientist for the UK's leading analytics software consultancy for asset intensive industries. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career within a dynamic growing company that is wholly owned by a leading global asset management consultancy. Based at our clients head office in Sheffield you will be an integral part of an already established and growing Analytics & Consultancy team delivering advanced data and analytic solutions for asset investment planning across the utility, power and transportation sectors. As a Data Scientist you will be expected to be able to work autonomously, collect and repopulate data, analyse the data to provide regression style relationships and assess their confidence, populate and configure the analytics software in order to produce an optimised strategic plan, and disseminate results via client workshops and reports. Whilst throughout this process it is essential that auditability and quality assurance are adhered too and maintained. Other key responsibilities for this role will include: Develop project scope to ensure you deliver value to the customer, managing outputs and quality. Collect, assess and transform data as required to support projects. Derive predictive models using appropriate statistical techniques. Ensure the data that supports the project recommendations is verified, analysed and modelled effectively in collaboration with other team members using the relevant software within agreed project scopes, to the standards required by clients. Configure the relevant software and generate optimised investment plans. Report and present the outputs to ensure the clients have a full understanding of the project process and deliverables. You will ideally also have the following skills and experience: Exceptional skills in data collection and interpretation Extensive use of MS Access or SQL to collate data and perform complex queries. Advanced user of MS Excel or other statistical packages to process data. Sensitivity and scenario analysis of analytical models. Mathematical and statistical analysis and modelling skills. Use of analysis tools; R, MATLAB, SAS, SPSS or similar Predictive and / or prescriptive analytics. Understanding of investment models, assets and systems of assets, understanding of Optimisation (linear & non-linear), Prioritisation and Monte Carlo analysis, and experience of working for a utility company or consultancy on data analysis/modelling/investment planning would be advantageous. Proven ability in presenting methodologies and results to all levels in a business environment. Educated to degree level in a Mathematics, Data Science, Physics, Engineering or another financial/numeric field you will also possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ideally our client is looking for individuals that have operated within the utilities or infrastructure markets (water, electricity, power and transport). In return our client can offer a competitive remuneration package to include flexible working hours, pension, health care and excellent career progression within this market leading company and further career opportunities within a globally renowned organisation. If you would like to discuss this Data Scientist role in more detail then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or send an email and CV to:

Permanent / Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Systems Project Engineer

We are recruiting a Systems Project Engineer for a small enterprise organisation that provides embedded and cloud-based products for industrial applications. Our client currently supports some of the UK's leading power generation and utility providers with Demand-Side Response technology. They provide world class secure communications, connecting a wide range of generation assets to systems operators such as National Grid and Welsh Power. They offer outstanding reporting and analytics for both commercial and engineering teams and their technology aggregates key data from a diverse range of generation assets - securely delivering clear and defined analytics for operational teams and investors. Based at our clients head office in Bath this Systems Project Engineer position will be an integral part of a small but incredibly motivated team to develop client relationships. You be providing effective technical solutions for the client and the software teams, being a key point of contact between both parties at all times. You will be expected to liaise closely with clients, continually assessing their needs and issues whilst competently undertaking any necessary site work. Ideally we are seeking an individual that has several years' experience working on low level communications, migration programmes and configuration and be able to demonstrate an ability to manage software projects. This role requires the practical use of electronic interfaces and communications protocols such as Modbus. You will possess strong project management skills and the ability to prioritise work schedules and deliver to tight deadlines. We would also be seeking knowledge and experience in the following areas: Systems Administration: Windows, Embedded Linux. Unix shell and Python scripting, PostgreSQL. Networking: TCP/IP, Open VPN, LAN setup/configuration/debugging (e.g. Wireshark). Serial protocols, Modbus. Embedded controllers (e.g. Red Lion). We would be very keen to see individuals that have a SCADA/Control Systems background and experience of Wonderware Software would be very advantageous. You will ideally hold an industry related qualification HND, HNC, etc. and will be apprenticeship trained. This is a great opportunity within a growing company that can offer fantastic career progression into management and potentially beyond. In return our client can offer a competitive remuneration package. If you would like to discuss this Systems Project Engineer role in more detail then please call 01384 397555 and ask for Les Hines or send your CV .

Permanent / Bath, Somerset

Human Resources Director

Human Resources Director - Greater Manchester (North) Salary circa £75,000 (DOE) + car allowance + bonus & pension A Human Resources Director is required for an advanced technology Manufacturing business, part of a much larger Engineering Group. As a manufacturer of increasingly complex connected devices, this company has experienced huge growth across multiple sectors and this trend seems set to continue. To strengthen the senior management team, this newly created HRD position will play a key role in further developing a responsive, continuous improvement-based culture that will be delivered through employee engagement and collaboration. Working closely with the local Plant Director and Group HR Director you will be responsible for developing an effective, business focussed HR function. A key part of this role will be the development of a talent strategy that is aligned to the increasing need to attract, retain and develop a skilled workforce that will deliver the next generation of advanced, connected products. To be considered for this Human Resources Director position you will: Have worked as a Human Resources Manager or Director within a fast-paced Manufacturing, Engineering or Technical business. Have experience of integrating and standardising HR practises and processes that are aligned at Group, National and Local level. Protect the interests of business and employees by ensuring that all HR policies and procedures are compliant with governmental laws and regulations. Work with site based senior management and HR leaders to develop salary, wage and bonus structures. Ensure that the HR Information System is well managed and controlled and complies to current GDPR and data regulations. Develop a culture of continuous improvement and where possible look for efficiencies that may accommodate a shared service model. Have a dynamic and driven personality, organised, data driven, and results orientated with sound judgement and people skills, able to delegate and multi-task at pace. Have excellent leadership, influencing and communication skills (verbal, written and presentation), able to create understanding and a desire to change in the people you work with at all levels. This is a challenging and demanding role and you will lead a high performing UK HR Team that operates locally at site level and increasingly within the global HR structure. Qualifications for this role will be to degree or post grad level in Human Resources. Chartered Membership of the CIPD or working towards this will be required. In addition, you must be able to demonstrate continuous learning and development relevant to HR and wider business.

Permanent / Manchester, Greater Manchester

Operations Excellence Director

Operations Excellence Director Salary: Competitive + full benefits package. Location: Gloucester An experienced lean manufacturing professional is required for a specialist manufacturing company that produces bespoke items of exceptional quality and value. With a truly global reach this business works with high net worth individuals on complex special products that require the highest levels of care and attention. These products are unique "one offs" that are taken from concept to manufacture and full installation. Operating from a semi-rural location the aim will be to establish a centre of excellence applying the latest lean manufacturing concepts to create an environment that embodies the concept of the "Factory as a Showroom". To achieve this, the owners have recognised the need to recruit a talented Operations Excellence Director who can deliver their vision. This will not be easy and will require the careful management of a highly skilled, talented and long serving workforce. The aim will be to take a cottage-based industry and deliver a World Class Manufacturing facility where clients will want their products made. This is an exciting opportunity to join a very special and unique business and guide it through a period of change requiring exceptional management and leadership skills. To be successful in this role you must have a demonstrable track record of managing transformation projects that include the deployment of lean manufacturing and the development of a high performing culture that can deliver excellent customer service. As Operations Excellence Director you will need excellent communication skills be commercially aware and have a strong manufacturing and operations background. You must have the ability to deliver exceptional results achieving the highest levels of SQCDM standards. To be considered for this Operations Excellence Director post you must have: Significant experience working within a low volume/high value bespoke or project-based manufacturing environment that has embraced and integrated a culture of continuous improvement. A thorough understanding of modern lean manufacturing principles including, JIT, 5S, SMED and problem-solving techniques, 8D, 5why, root cause analysis. A degree in a relevant engineering or manufacturing discipline ideally supported by a post graduate qualification and a genuine interest in advanced technology, laser scanning, robotics, additive manufacturing, CNC profiling, vision systems and the connected factory. Significant people management and leadership experience, lead by example, setting high standards with excellent project management skills. A dynamic and driven personality, confident and comfortable working across all levels of a manufacturing business and happy to get down on the shop floor and get stuck in when required. A real passion for coaching and mentoring with the ability to build high performing teams. An entrepreneurial and engaging nature, highly credible and professional, able to build robust working relationships internally and externally with suppliers and clients. This will be a very interesting, challenging and rewarding position that presents a unique opportunity to work with a close-knit team making truly exceptional products. Your goal will be to achieve this while delivering the vision of the owners and creating a World Class production facility. At present you will probably be working as an Operations Director, Head of Manufacturing, Manufacturing Director, General Manager or Operational Excellence Director in a bespoke high value, project-based manufacturing environment.

Permanent / Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Senior Supply Chain Manager

Senior Supply Chain Manager Salary: Competitive + full benefits package Location: Gloucester An experienced supply chain and supplier relationship specialist is required for this bespoke manufacturing company that produces unique high value items of exceptional quality and value. The business has built its reputation by using only the finest quality materials that are sourced worldwide. To further develop its products the company will need to source new materials and suppliers and further develop its relationship with current key strategic suppliers. To achieve this critical business objective, you will have a track record that clearly demonstrates and ability to build robust working relationships and collaborative partnerships. This is a new position within the business that will require a resilient and tenacious approach but represents a great opportunity to create a professional and highly effective supply chain management function. To be considered for this Senior Supply Chain Manager position you must have or be: Held a Senior Supplier Relationship Manager or Supply Chain Manager position working within a low volume/high value, project-based, multi-material, manufacturing environment. Excellent supplier development experience with a thorough understanding of value/cost and able to negotiate the very best commercial terms. Established KPIs and SLAs that actively promote collaboration and support supplier relationships. A good understanding of lean manufacturing and lean supply chain methodologies that will ensure QCD are achieved. A degree in a relevant engineering, manufacturing or purchasing discipline ideally supported by professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). A real passion for building relationships with the ability to influence and negotiate sound contractual agreements that secure the highest levels of service, quality, cost & supply. A confident and professional approach, a strong communicator with a real eye for detail that is supported by excellent analytical and reporting skills. A team player, self-directed, who will make things happen with strong influencing skills, with the ability to bring people on the journey, create understanding and desire to change. This will be a challenging and interesting position that presents a unique opportunity to work with a range of diverse material and service suppliers on a truly global basis. You must have the flexibility to travel internationally with the drive and tenacity to develop an efficient and effective supply chain function from first principles on your own. At present it is likely that you are working as a Supply Chain or Client Relationship Manager and looking for a role that has both challenge and variety.

Permanent / Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Manufacturing Director

Manufacturing Director Salary: Competitive + full benefits package Location: London An experienced Manufacturing Director is required for a specialist digital, print, and publishing business that works on a wide variety of prestigious projects. These unique projects require a fast response, but also a great deal of care and attention. Quality is absolute and due date delivery must be achieved. This is a fast paced, high variety environment that handles both volume production runs and bespoke one-off projects. This business, based in London, has a growing reputation for delivering exceptional products of the highest quality within the digital, print and publishing sector. To handle an ever-growing order book, they are now looking to recruit a proactive and forward thinking Manufacturing Director who has an exceptional understanding of digital technology used in print, reproduction, publishing & photography. This is a high-profile position that will require an engaging and approachable personality and involve close customer contact with high profile suppliers and clients. To be successful in the role you must be comfortable and confident working in a pressurised environment with the ability to impart change and deliver a culture of continuous improvement based on solid lean manufacturing principles. To be considered for this Manufacturing Director position you must have: Significant experience working within a digital production environment with a strong understanding of reprographic technology and how this can be applied to deliver exceptional customer service. A thorough understanding of lean manufacturing methods and how these can be applied within a digital, print, reproduction, reprographics and publishing environment. A degree in a relevant engineering or manufacturing discipline ideally supported by a real interest in 4IR technology and its application and suitability within a fast-paced production environment. Excellent people management and leadership experience, lead by example, setting high standards with the ability to deliver a great customer experience that exceeds expectation. The confidence and credibility to deliver a programme of change that will overcome traditional ways of working and deliver a culture based on high performance and customer first. An ability to engage with people and build relationships based on trust and commitment across the business and with suppliers and key stakeholders. This is a very high profile and pressurised role that will require excellent leadership skills and a real understanding of how you can apply advance manufacturing technology to a traditional working environment with minimal disruption but maximum benefit. It is likely that you will currently be working in the digital print, publishing sector or an advanced manufacturing environment that employs 4IR technology.

Permanent / London, England

Supply Chain Manager - Digital Print Technology

Supply Chain Manager - Digital Print Technology Salary: Competitive + full benefits package Location: London An experienced Supply Chain Manager with experience of supplier relationship management is required for a specialist digital, print, and publishing business that produces high quality, high value work. This unique production facility requires a fast response but also security of supply to achieve absolute quality and due date delivery. This is a fast paced, high variety environment that requires the collaboration and commitment of everyone throughout the supply chain. With a growing reputation and ever-increasing order book, the business is looking to recruit a proactive and forward thinking Supply Chain Manager who understands the use of digital technology used in print, reproduction, publishing & photography. This new high-profile position is necessary to establish a successful supply chain activity that will build close relationships with key strategic suppliers on a global basis. To be successful in the role you must have the flexibility to travel globally and be comfortable and confident working in a pressurised environment. Your objective will be to develop collaborative partnerships based on sound contract and commercial terms that will ensure the highest level of supply with an emphasis on quality, cost and delivery. To be considered for this Supply Chain Manager position you must have or be: A strong background in Supply Chain & Client Relationship Management gained within a print or publishing environment and able to demonstrate improvements based on effective supplier management. An understanding of lean supply chain methods and how these can be applied within a digital, print, reproduction, reprographics, and publishing environment. Established KPIs and SLAs that actively promote collaboration and support supplier relationships. A degree in a relevant purchasing, digital or supply discipline ideally supported by professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). A real passion for building relationship, with the ability to influence and negotiate sound contractual agreements that secure the highest levels of service, quality, cost & supply. A confident and professional approach, a strong communicator with a real eye for detail that is supported by excellent analytical and reporting skills. An ability to engage with people and build relationships based on trust and commitment across the business and with suppliers and key stakeholders. Self-directed, driven with strong influencing skills and the ability to create understanding and desire to change. This is a very interesting position that will have a high degree of autonomy and touch a wide range of suppliers. The impact of success in this role will be significant and deliver real bottom line results. It is likely that you will currently be working in the digital print, reprographics, publishing sector or within an advanced manufacturing environment that employs advanced digital technology.

Permanent / London, England

Operations Manager Director Designate Automotive

Operations Manager (Director Designate) - Automotive Salary range £80,000- £100,000 Doe Warwickshire - South Midlands An experienced and senior automotive Operations Manager is required for an SME automotive business involved in the manufacture of hand built automotive vehicles. Due to increased demand for their latest vehicle concept they are looking to develop new manufacturing systems that will deliver improved quality, cost and delivery targets. The senior management team are keen to develop a lean manufacturing strategy that can be applied to a low to medium volume, hand built, vehicle assembly environment. To achieve this, they are looking to recruit a proactive, hands on Operations Manager to facilitate this programme of change. This is an exciting opportunity to join a small business with an exciting product concept and play a leading role in the development of a manufacturing strategy that will deliver exceptional vehicle build quality based on right first time, no fault forward and standard operating principles. The position will require an in-depth understanding of whole vehicle build assembly processes that include BIW, trim & final assembly and paint. As Operations Manager, you will have responsibility for Planning/Scheduling, Purchasing, Quality & Manufacturing departments and must have a track record of achievement that demonstrates an ability to work with people, challenge tradition and create a sustainable continuous improvement culture that can deliver the highest levels of vehicle build quality. To be considered for this Operations Manager position you must have or be: Experience as a Manufacturing or Assembly Operations Manager and worked within an automotive OEM or bespoke whole vehicle assembly environment. A thorough understanding of advanced manufacturing assembly systems, that includes tolerance and dimensional stability, build standards and change control. An ability to problem solve using tools such as 5 why, root cause analysis, 8D, A3 thinking. Experience of working within a high quality assembly environment with experience of new vehicle/model introduction through to full volume production. A strong manufacturing assembly background ideally qualified to HND level or above in an automotive, manufacturing or mechanical engineering discipline. A real passion for continuous improvement, leading by example, setting exacting standards and not accepting second best. A full understanding of automotive quality standards and in particular APQP and managing suppliers. An ability to coach, train and educate employees in modern manufacturing techniques at all levels across the business. Dynamic, data driven, numerate and prepared to do what it takes to get the job done. Excellent communication skills, verbal, written and presentation, able to create understanding and influence the people you work with at all levels This will be a challenging and high-profile position that will have full operational responsibility and report directly into the Managing Director. The senior management team and employees are fully committed to achieving a world class vehicle manufacturing assembly operation. Based on success in the role there will be an opportunity for progression and promotion to Operations Director. The position will require strong leadership, organisation, planning and decision-making skills with a focus based on Safety, Quality, Cost and Delivery that will ensure the highest levels of employee engagement and vehicle build quality.

Permanent / Warwickshire, England

Fleet Operations Manager

Fleet Operations Manager Salary £60,000 - £65,000 + car + benefits Location: Swindon, Wiltshire An experienced Fleet Operations Manager is required for a national fleet transportation business that is an established brand and well respected for its high levels of customer service and fleet management. Working as part of the senior management team you will have full management responsibility for a large maintenance & service team and control of a substantial maintenance budget. The role will include working with both internal service centres/workshops and third part providers on a national basis. To be successful in this role you must have a demonstrable track record of managing people in a highly competitive and service driven industrial environment. You will need excellent communication skills, be commercially aware and have a technical/business operations background. You must have the ability to deliver exceptional results achieving the highest levels of SQCDM standards. To be considered for this Fleet Operations Manager position you must have or be: Experience working within a logistics, transportation, engineering environment and held responsibility for a substantial maintenance and service budget that delivered the highest possible levels of vehicle or plant availability. Commercially astute, numerate, driven by data and effective KPI metrics, you must have a track record that demonstrates year on year savings through the delivery of effective cost down initiatives. Relevant qualifications either technical (mechanical, mechanics, vehicle) or business related supported by significant people management and leadership experience gained within a fast- paced vehicle (truck, bus/coach, commercial, car) hire or rental business. A strong understanding of commercial contract negotiations that incorporate service level agreements with third party service and maintenance providers. A dynamic and results driven personality, confident and comfortable working across all levels of a business from the garage floor to senior management. A real passion for delivering exceptional levels of customer service and achieving this by creating a culture built on continuous improvement, high morale, engagement, collaboration and trust. An ability to work under pressure with the confidence and commitment to ensure that the operation is run safely, efficiently and achieves its mandatory standards and legal obligations relating to staff and its vehicle fleet. This will be a challenging and rewarding position that presents a unique opportunity to work for a well-known and respected business. Your goal will be to achieve the highest levels of vehicle uptime and availability at the best available cost through the careful management of people, resources and suppliers. At present you will probably be working as an Operations Manager, Fleet Operations Manager, Head of Service and Maintenance or Vehicle Maintenance Manager for a logistics, vehicle hire or private vehicle fleet management service business.

Permanent / Swindon, Wiltshire
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