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Hire Controller

FULL TIME - £25-27K P/A

For this role we need a candidate who is energetic and who enjoys working in a busy, fast paced environment. This role will require strong administration and good negotiation skills, strong commercial awareness, good interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently.

Hire Controller or Plant Hire industry experience would be advantageous

Any Technical knowledge would also be helpful

Day to Day Tasks

  • Delivering an industry leading customer experience

  • To manage incoming customer telephone and email enquiries

  • Identifying the correct solution to the customers requirement with support from the technical department

  • Creating, delivering and following up on customer quotations completing all required paperwork and documentation

  • To negotiate the commercial elements of the proposed solution with the customer by phone with a view to successfully securing the order

  • To convert incoming Purchase Orders ensuring the equipment required is available, sending order confirmation to the customer.

  • To bring the customer to a positive decision securing the order and processing all the required paperwork and documentation for equipment and operators where required

  • Creating customer contracts and coordinating delivery of the correct solution at the agreed time and date

  • Maximizing fleet efficiency by utilising assets in other locations and arranging inter depot transfers

  • Working closely with field sales to highlight and follow up on strong potential opportunities

  • Managing a number of individually allocated key customers


Strong commercial awareness and negotiation skills

Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently and take initiative

Excellent attention to detail

Excellent Customer Service and Sales Skills

Ability to manage multiple priorities

Comfortable working on different software systems

Excellent time management and organisational skills are a must

Candidates should have their own transport

Hours Monday to Friday 8am to 5.30 pm

Internal Sales Executive


Summary of Role
We are seeking a highly motivated individual to work as an Internal Sales Executive responsible for driving sales performance through effective and proactive telephone sales activity with new and existing customers.
Key responsibilities:
· Making outbound telephone sales calls to new and existing customers
· Effective management of follow activity with live customer quotes
· Securing quality customer Appointments for the external sales team
· Collating and passing leads to sales team
· Contact lapsed accounts to gain current trading information
· Recording all activity on the company CRM database
Experience, Knowledge & Skills:
· Excellent communication and listening skills
· Polite friendly manner
· Positive attitude
· Attention to detail
· Good organisation skills
· Proactive approach
· IT literate
· Experience of IT Systems
· Prior Telemarketing/Sales experience
Job Terms
22 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays
4%/4% Employer/Employee Contribution Pension Scheme
Monday – Friday 8am – 5.30pm

Insurance Adviser


Due to an increase in business our client is looking for new Insurance Advisers to work within the automotive sector.

This is an exciting opportunity for either someone looking to start their career in the insurance sector or for an experienced adviser. Ideally candidates will have customer service and sales experience

The Role:

  • Answering incoming calls from car dealers/policyholders to validate their Drive Home cover.

  • Discuss annual quotations, check details, confirm premium and hopefully secure sale.

  • Ensure appropriate paperwork is sent to the policyholder.

This role is predominantly phone based taking incoming calls from potential and existing customers, outbound calls would be limited to calling leads who have requested a call back.

Candidates should have excellent communication skills, a clear telephone manner, be able to ask questions clearly and be able to record information accurately. You will be happy to communicate with people on all levels and be able to engage them in conversation. Essentially you will be a team player and enjoy providing a good service to customers.

Previous insurance or financial services experience is a benefit however full training will be given to candidates who have sales /customer service experience

Hours - Monday to Friday, 9am to 5:30pm 3 weeks per month. Then Monday to Friday 10:30am - 7pm for the remainder week of the month. You will also be expected to work 9am - 4pm one Saturday in every four, with a day off in the following week to compensate.

Finance Administrator

FULL TIME - £25-27K P/A

Our successful international client distributes its production over 10 locations with the UK site in Buckinghamshire having responsibility for the sales of new and used lifting equipment and provision of services/ parts sales within the UK & Irish markets.
Job Purpose:

The primary purpose of this role is to support management and the organisation with financial and office management processes and systems and contribute to the smooth operational running of the business and facility, carrying out day to day activities to meet or exceed our internal / external customer expectation

Candidates should have:

Experience working in a similar role

Have excellent organizational skills and ability to manage a number of projects at the same time

Be tech-savvy and have a strong eye for detail in order to accurately maintain systems and processes

Have the ability to work in a dynamic & sales driven environment and prioritize own workload
(Preferred) Previous Experience:

Previous experience of contributing in a financial and/or administrative role, ideally part qualified ACCA/AMA or bookkeeping.

Previous use of accounting systems is a big advantage

Driving licence helpful

The Role

Your main duties will comprise, but are not limited to:

Finance Administration:

· Coordinate Invoice process by liaising with other teams and departments inside and outside of the organization

· Collection of payments due from customers

· Coordination of purchase orders and payments to Vendors / 3rd parties

· Oversee performance of approved 3rd party suppliers (price, quality and turnaround)

· Processing of employee expenses, monthly credit card statements and administration of time management systems

· Financial analysis of business performance and period closing activities

· Ensure the application of best business practices and processes and that they are compliant with company policy and statutory requirements.

· Data entry and systems updates

· Local HR administration and preparation of monthly payroll

Office Administration:

· First point of contact and general assistance for all visitors (advice or organize transportation, hotel etc)

· Answering and transferring incoming telephone calls

· Preparation of all internal / external post daily

· Centralised ordering, storage of office stationery and consumables

· General administration tasks such as telephone listing updates + ad hoc administrative assistance

· Establishes, revises, and maintains filing systems and other clerical procedures both in electronic and hard-copy form

· Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position

· Ensures the facility is maintained and meets all current health, safety, fire and regulatory requirements and employees are aware of and regularly updated on such matters

· Provide input to development and implementation of corporate quality and environmental standards such as ISO or similar

SEO Executive

FULL TIME - £23-26K P/A

Our client based on the outskirts of Thame, Oxfordshire are a digital marketing agency looking for an SEO  executive to join their in house team. 

As a rapidly growing start up with clients both in the UK and the US, the position would be perfect for a career minded individual looking to develop their knowledge and skill set within a growing business. 

Your role would involve:

  • Managing 10+ SEO campaigns spanning across a wide range of industries.

  • Building entire SEO strategies for new and existing clients, then delivering them directly.

  • Building and developing "key word baskets" that are designed to deliver ROI.

  • You would be required to effectively conduct technical SEO reports and guide our web development team on required optimisation tasks. The ability to fix the majority of these issues is preferred. 

  • You would work with their in-house content team to build out content plans around the SEO requirements of the client.

  • Conducting site wide on-page optimisation.

  • Develop and grow healthy backlink profiles.

Ultimately you would be responsible for the SEO success of their clients and dealing with them on a regular basis whilst reporting to the relevant project manager.

The position would suit someone who is passionate about SEO, digital marketing and is keen to build a career within the sector. Being a hard worker, supporting in all areas of the business and understanding that this is not just your average 9-5 job is essential. You will have the full support of an existing SEO specialist but long term there will be significant career progression opportunities. 

Skills required:

  • Minimum of 2 years digital marketing agency experience 

  • Minimum of 2 years SEO experience

  • SEMrush or MOZ experience is preferred

  •  WordPress experience is essential, with HubSpot experience being a benefit

  • Industry knowledge and up to date with the latest SEO trends 

  • Passionate and determined to be the best SEO you can possibly be 

  • Happy being client facing is essential

  • Minimum grade B in English and Maths to GCSE level

  • Must have a full UK drivers license 


  • On site parking

  • Lots of development opportunities

  • Once COVID restrictions are lifted, you'll be invited to attend client meetings/events as part of your role

  • Having the chance to input your own ideas to the business with support

  • Working within a small, close knit team

Office hours will be 08:30 to 17:30 Monday - Friday.

Production Operative


Due to expansion, our client is looking for a production operative who is happy to develop in the role. You will be offered the opportunity to cross train within the factory and your pay can rise further as you become more skilled.

Experience working in a production/manufacturing environment is helpful but not essential, however it's important that you are able to carry out intricate work with a good level of dexterity and an eye for detail.

Main duties:

Cleaning and inspection of parts.

  • Assembling laminated parts.

  • Applying tapes to finished goods.

  • Spraying painting parts.

  • Completing production and quality records.

  • Testing parts.

  • Cleaning and basic maintenance of production equipment.

  • Inputting material usage into a computer system.

  • Maintaining good housekeeping standards.

  • Adhering to health and safety requirements.

  • Working in a variety of departments as required by business needs.

Preferred skills and experience (although full training will be given):

  • Good level of English and basic numeracy skills.

  • Ability to work well within a team and communicate effectively.

  • Ability to carry out intricate work with a good level of dexterity and an eye for detail.

  • Flexible and willing attitude.

  • Experience working in a production/manufacturing environment.


· Hourly rate: From £9.25 per hour

· Pay rise after 12 weeks.

· Pay can rise further as you become more skilled.

· Annual discretionary bonus.

· Full time permanent contract.

· Pension scheme.

· Training and development opportunities.

· Pleasant working environment in our brand-new facility.

· Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week Monday – Friday: 8am – 4pm

CNC Machine Operator


Job Description

Permanent role

Our client in Thame is looking for a CNC Machine Operator, £10.00 - £12.00 per hour which will be reviewed after 12 weeks.

Previous experience is a similar role is helpful.

Main duties will include:

Operating various machines including CNC machines plus other types of cutting machinery within a warehouse environment.

  • Ensure orders are processed according to production schedule.

  • Programming and setting up of CNC and other machines to cut glass, plastics, films and wood.

  • Proactively support production lines throughout all stages of manufacture.

  • Getting a ‘first off’ checked for each newly produced part.

  • Final inspection of products and completion of quality reports.

  • Wrapping and packing of goods.

  • Completion of all required paperwork in an accurate and timely manner.

  • Accurate and timely entries on the MRP system.

  • Controlling stock, including accurately entries to MRP system and helping with stock checks.

  • Maintaining high standards of housekeeping including daily cleaning.


· Hourly rate: £10 -12 per hour, paid weekly.

· Pay will be reviewed after probationary period (12 weeks).

· Pay can rise as you become more skilled.

· Annual discretionary bonus.

· Full time permanent contract.

· Pension scheme.

· Training and development opportunities

Occasionally you may be asked to work in other areas depending on changing business needs. In this case, you will be expected to refer to the appropriate work instructions.

Please do not apply for this role if you can't get to Thame in Oxfordshire

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