Vacancies

Our Current Vacancies:


Sales Manager, National

Bespoke Automation

Applied Automation (UK) Ltd are seeking a key individual to join our Engineering Solutions Division and to take the lead role with regard to the sales of our bespoke automation solutions.

Our Automation enquiries handling team comprises of field sales personnel and proposals engineers and the team are responsible for the following:

  • To identify and promote our skills to suitable customer types
  • To identify suitable automation opportunities
  • To clarify with the customers the key requirements for the automation equipment
  • To define the concept
  • To generate a proposal document defining our solution
  • To cost the solution
  • To win orders
  • To debrief the project to our engineering teams

Applied Automation have been involved with the design and build of automation equipment for 30+ years and we have in house a wealth of experience available and the necessary skills to be able to tackle the most complex of automation challenges.

Applied Automation – Engineering Solutions operate from a sizeable manufacturing facility in Plymouth, Devon but as our anticipation is that most of our clients will be arrayed around the UK and to a reasonable degree overseas, the National Sales manager need not be locally based.

An appropriate and attractive salary package, along with company car, pension contributions etc will be made available for the right individual to join this exciting division of our company.

Please show your interest in the role, ideally with a supporting CV to


Quality Manager, Plymouth

As the Quality Manager you will be responsible for leading and innovating the design and implementation of quality standards and processes across the organisations various industries and departments. We are looking for an experienced Quality Manager to; maintain and develop the company’s management system, to monitor companywide performance and the compliance/conformance of reporting mechanisms to ensure the company remain compliant with various regulatory bodies, systems and customers.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Actively manage the Implementation, performance, & continuous development of the Quality Management System.
  • To ensure daily activities comply with Quality, Safety and Environmental policies, procedures and instructions.
  • Responsible for making important decisions surrounding placing a stop on production, driving containment action and taking corrective and/or preventive action where necessary.
  • To ensure internal and external defect management processes are effective and timely.
  • Facilitate frequent internal quality audits, product inspection, various measurement and testing methods to obtain relevant quantification data.
  • Monitor and reporting to Stakeholders of company-wide performance, identifying trends, potential and actual non-conformances and processes through data gathering analysis/monitoring and auditing.
  • Industry Compliance research/monitoring and reporting.
  • Facilitate a culture to develop an effective relationship with other team members, departments, suppliers and customer personnel as appropriate to maintain product and service quality.
  • Carry out ISIR, sample inspection reports.
  • Develop and implement PPAP.

The ideal candidate:

  • Experience within a quality management/manager role.
  • A manufacturing, technical or industrial background.
  • Strong research and analytical skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent communications skills.
  • In-depth knowledge of ISO9001, ISO14001 & ISO45001.
  • Understanding of business management principles.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Proficient in MS office.
  • Strong coaching, mentoring and leadership skills.
  • Ability to manage a quality team.
  • ISO9001 Lead Auditor– preferred.

For more information on the role please submit a covering letter with your CV to


Quality Administrator, Plymouth

As a Quality Technician you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities in accordance with the company’s Quality Management System. You will also be required to provide support across the company, processing non-conformance materials, the calibration of specialised tools, maintaining up-to-date records, logs and registers, whilst working closely with the Quality Manger to design, develop and implement improvements to the company’s quality processes and system.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Process supplier defective materials.
  • Report supplier quality performances to the relevant stakeholder.
  • Manage supplier poor performance processes.
  • Process, collaboratively with relevant stakeholders to investigate and implement corrective actions for internal quality issues.
  • Work closely and professionally interact with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Maintain tooling and calibration measurement registers.
  • Carry out and Compile compliant ISIR reports when necessary.
  • Participate in any new product introductory process, ensuring customer specific quality compliance is achieved/monitored and controlled.
  • Carry out shopfloor inspection audits to ensure compliance of the QMS system.
  • Process internal quality data and create reports for relevant stakeholders.
  • Participate in goods in first article inspections and poor-quality checks.
  • Develop, implement and provide training for customer/product quality sign off sheets.
  • Complete a final audit working instruction prior to release to production.

The ideal candidate:

  • Experience within a quality role.
  • A manufacturing, technical or industrial background – preferred.
  • Ability to research.
  • Possesses strong analytical skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient in MS Office.
  • Excellent communications skills.
  • Strong organisational skills, including the ability to prioritise.
  • Ability to analyse and interpret technical information.
  • Knowledge of ISO9001, ISO14001 & ISO45001.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Good understanding of “Quality First approach”.

For more information on the role please submit a covering letter with your CV to


Controls Design Engineer, Plymouth

Based at our Plymouth site we are seeking a Controls Design engineer to join our Engineering Solutions team.

Our Engineering Solutions division are involved in the design and manufacture of advanced automated equipment and at the heart of each of these pieces of equipment will be a PLC based control system.

Our controls engineers are responsible for the generation of the electrical and fluid power design packs, ensuring that we meet the project technical , lead-time and commercial requirements and providing the information in a way that can be readily translated by our build teams.

A prior familiarity with PLC based control systems and automated equipment would be an advantage but training can be provided for a suitable candidate.

About Applied Automation

Applied Automation (UK) Ltd is internationally renowned as a quality supplier of automation and control equipment. We operate in a number of industries including automotive, marine, medical device and semi conductor manufacture.

Engineering is at the heart of the company with the design and build of bespoke automated equipment and then to compliment this we are national distributors for a number of global brands of control and automation products and we have specialist divisions servicing the marine market place and providing a Build to Print service.

For more information on the role please submit a covering letter with your CV to


Electrical Engineer, Plymouth

To lead the production team with the aim of ensuring that they are operating in the most efficient and effective manner to achieve our customer commitments customers in respect respect to: on time delivery, quality of build and achieving our commercial goals.

To act as the link between the following teams/departments: Production Team, Production Planning, Project Management, Stores and Test.

Role & Responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • In conjunction with your line manager, develop the weekly planning of the jobs to be processed, taking into account the delivery date commitments made to our customers.
  • Up-date the projects in workflow with comments to detail any potential concerns or hold ups (daily up-dates).
  • Flag to your Line Manager shortages and EFN’s.
  • Ensure each team member:
    • Has sufficient work allocated that is suitable to their skills and matrix.
    • Has all the information, tooling and parts required to successfully fulfil their tasks.
    • Is progressing the work at a suitable pace.
    • Is working to an acceptable build quality/standard.
  • Liaise with team members to identify how our processes can be improved and implemented in conjunction with the Line Manager.
  • Monitor the consumables on the shop floor and trigger replenishment as required along with making your team leader aware of any additional requirements.

General team Discipline

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • To manage the team in respect to:
    • Time keeping, we need our team members at their place of work 5 minutes before their start time.
    • Housekeeping - use the last ten minutes of the working day to tidy their workspace and empty bins, so we are in a good position to start the next day.
    • To not use, unless there is an emergency, their mobiles to make/receive calls during work time.
    • Approve short notice (same day), short term (one day or less) holiday requests.
    • Complete return to work interviews, post time off for illness.
    • Ensure excessive chattering is kept to a minimum and alleviate distractions and time being wasted.
    • Safety -ensure the team not operating/behaving in any way that may cause a risk to themselves or to their colleagues

New team Members

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • To undertake in conjunction with HR the company induction.
  • To ensure that they fully understand and maintain our build processes.
  • To ensure they understand how they need to fill out their time sheet (Attendance hours and time booked to specific jobs).
  • To ensure that they have carried out the manual handling on line training and provided documentation to prove this to the HR department
  • To ensure that if they are to operate any powered machinery. they have undertaken the necessary training and have provided paperwork to confirm this to the HR department. No personnel should operate powered equipment without first being trained!

The ideal candidate:

  • Competent IT user. Workflow will be a key tool.
  • Proven experience in a similar role.
  • Excellent communication skills and be a natural at building strong relationships.
  • Highly organised.
  • Able to work effectively in pressured situations.
  • Able to effectively manage a busy workload

The role is based in Plymouth, although there will be a requirement to work in other areas such as customer sites, which could be in the UK or abroad.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Mechanical Fitter, Plymouth

Requirements:

An experienced, time served Fitter with good knowledge of Automation and who communicates well with a team, whilst also being capable to carry out assembling and fitting tasks to a high standard. A high level of problem-solving skill is required and able to conduct yourself in a professional manner. To show capability, qualities and ability to progress to a Commissioning Engineer role in the future.

Responsibilities:

  • To carry out assembly and fitting tasks to a high standard, in a logical order and in good time.
  • Understand limits, fits, and to assemble components taking into account key details from the drawing/layout.
  • To liaise with the Commissioning Engineer/Project Manager to maintain focus on the job with a view to complete the job as efficiently as possible.
  • Within the project(s) identify key activities in order to de-risk the assembly stages both pre and during assembly phase(s).
  • Diligently mark up any changes/modifications to parts/drawings and record on our internal system.
  • Challenge the equipment to produce product to customer specification, prior to FAT/ECAP or equivalent and maintain progress updates to the Project Manager.
  • Work to achieve the OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) targets as per specification.
  • To act as a Lead Fitter on certain projects which would involve commissioning.
  • Correctly instruct, supervise and transfer skills to any apprentice, and to ensure safety and quality of work.
  • Travel with the equipment to support on-site installation, training and sign off of equipment.
  • Act as an Applied Automation company representative and first point of contact whilst on-site, maintaining the customer relationship, and keeping the Project Manager informed of any issues and work plan progress.

The role is based in Plymouth, although there will be a requirement to work in other areas such as customer sites, which could be in the UK or abroad.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Technical Sales & Proposal Engineer, Plymouth

Applied Automation – Engineering Solutions Division provides complete turn-key automated solutions specializing in custom automation, robotics, machine vision, test equipment and tooling and is a rapidly growing firm offering an exciting work environment with constantly changing and growing challenges. We are seeking a motivated, customer savvy, Technical Sales & Proposal Engineer with experience developing, estimating and quoting custom automation and robotic systems.

Applied Automation is based in Plymouth, Devon. The job need not be based in Plymouth, home working is acceptable for this position.

Responsibilities:

  • Work directly with customers to understand their processes and develop the best solutions for their requirements.
  • Work to professionally represent the company at a customer, gather data, and ask the right questions to define a project.
  • Work with our engineers and designers to develop and quote cost effective solutions.
  • Recognize and understand the customer’s needs, make suggestions for possible solutions, and quickly develop budgetary numbers. Accuracy is essential.
  • Typical applications are semi-automated, rotary transfer assembly & test machines, fully automated, platen transfer, assembly & test machines, stand alone drilling & testing machines, fully automated robotic assembly machines.
  • Work with Engineering Solutions internal departments to ensure the project is handed over with all the relevant information to Production & Project Management.

Basic responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Technology research/analysis
  • Cost analysis and estimating
  • Develop value-added propositions and proposal writing.
  • Keeping the companies means of recording communication and information regarding customers & projects up to date.
  • Additional duties may be assigned, as required.

Basic qualifications:

  • Degree or HND/HNC in an engineering-related discipline (e.g. Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Controls Engineering, etc.).
  • Technical aptitude is required – candidates must be proficient with the usage of MS-Office, and have experience an engineering discipline. Familiarity with control systems, robotics and manufacturing automation.
  • Strong technical writing skills.
  • Applicants must be able to work in the UK.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Strong interpersonal skills – successful candidates will communicate effectively, possess strong writing skills, etc.
  • Highly organized, excellent problem solver, strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize and multi-task.
  • Minimum of five (5) years in automation, machine building or manufacturing industry with several years in sales or project management.
  • Ability to travel to the customer site as necessary.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Application Sales Engineer, South West

X-STK is a division of Applied Automation, an integrator of global brands, including Omron, SMC and UR Cobots with technical support, application trials and training from its automation and control engineering experts.

Through our knowledge and experience over the last 35 years we have built our reputation on giving our customers straightforward, practical, technical advice and recommend products that work together to meet their needs, saving the customer time and money.

We are looking for a Sales Engineer for the Bristol, Gloucester and Worcester area who can further develop new and existing accounts throughout the area.

You will need to have a mechanical/ electrical engineering background, along with an aptitude for problem-solving and strong interpersonal skills.

Working as a key member of our technical engineering sales team you should have the knowledge and commercial skills needed to provide technical advice and support on engineering applications.

You should be proactive with an ability to work independently as well as part of a team. The company is looking for someone who enjoys a challenge, is creative, a problem-solver, with a willingness to attend site visits.

This position would be suitable for an experienced Sales Engineer or alternatively a time-served or degree-qualified engineer looking to further their careers technically and commercially, as full training and field back up will be provided by the existing Application Sales Engineer`s and internal technical staff.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Contact suppliers for information and competitive quotations.
  • Produce technical quotations.
  • Meet targets, objectives and timeframes.
  • Arrange customer visits and engage in technical discussions.
  • Carry out any other duties within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as required.

Essential Skills & Attributes:

  • Reliable, self-motivated and well organized.
  • Engineering background.
  • Professional telephone manner and good communication skills.
  • Computer literate.
  • Work as part of a team.
  • Have a full driving licence.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Project Manager, Plymouth

Role and Responsibilities:

Applied Automation’s Engineering Solutions Division are looking for a highly organised Project Manager to help ensure the assembly and successful delivery of both equipment and services.

You will need to be a dependable, self-motivated team player, who is customer focused and deadline orientated with sound technical knowledge of all aspects of SPM building and machine automation.

Project Responsibilities:

  • Attend Sales Over Meetings, meet and liaise with customers to take detailed ordering briefs and clarify specific requirements of project requirements.
  • Develop comprehensive project plans to be shared with customers as well as other staff members.
  • Generate project Quad Charts and monitor project progress in terms of Time, Cost and Quality. Communicate with the team on Project Progress.
  • Manage the Project team and delegate project tasks, track project performance, specifically to analyse the successful completion of short- and long-term goals.
  • Meet budgetary objectives and make adjustments to project constraints based on financial analysis and forward forecasting.
  • Use and continually develop leadership skills.
  • Manage a mixture of small, medium and large projects of varying complexity.
  • Agree, record and document project objectives.
  • Manage project risks and concerns and escalate accordingly.
  • Host customers on site to conduct system testing and trials.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Manage projects within our Workflow system and communicate progress to customers.
  • Invoice projects at key stages.
  • Help maintain existing customers and develop new customer leads.
  • Organise and attend meetings with other staff as required to perform duties and aid business development/improvement.
  • Attend training and develop relevant knowledge and skills as required.
  • Actively support the leadership team in developing and growing the company.
  • Undertake AD Hoc Projects as required by the business.
  • Support and maintain HSE Policies and Procedures.
  • Actively pursue cost reduction opportunities.

Essential Experience, Competencies and Qualifications:

  • A level (or equivalent) at A-C level in English, Maths and IT subjects.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both written and orally.
  • Competent user of Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Competent user of Microsoft Project.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to plan and organise workload to ensure all deadlines are met.
  • Able to demonstrate a flexible, “can do” approach to their work.
  • An Understanding of Prince 2 and/or APM project management disciplines.

Preferred Skills:

  • Prince 2 and/or APM Qualified.
  • Understanding of Document Control principles.
  • Technical background.
  • Knowledge of Quality Management Systems.
  • Administration experience gained within an Engineering Environment.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Project Administrator, Plymouth

Working closely with the Build to Print division project managers to provide administrative support across a diverse range of tasks.

Role and responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

To support and provide assistance with:

  • To support with the generation of master templates.
  • To support with the generation of project related build documentation.
  • To support with the booking of transport options etc.
  • Respond to day-to-day queries and correspondence and escalate where necessary.
  • Attend meetings to take minutes; process and distribute them whilst exercising confidentiality as necessary.
  • Receive phone calls, diverting calls where appropriate, answering queries, passing on relevant calls and taking accurate messages.
  • Maintain and develop filing and recording systems, both manual and electronic and undertake photocopying, scanning and shredding of confidential papers.

The ideal candidate:

  • Competent user of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Proven experience in an administrative function.
  • Excellent communication and customer skills.
  • Highly organised
  • Great attention to detail.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Repeat Build Electrical/Mechanical Assembler, Plymouth

Applied Automation is an established Build to Print business, operating from its manufacturing site in Langage Industrial Estate in Plymouth.

The individual will be building electrical control panels / boxes & mechanical sub-assemblies according to drawings and specification.

We are looking for a Junior Electrical Panel Wirer/Builder for our Marine and Build to Print Divisions;

  • Can work and become part of an established, skilled electrical engineering team within the company
  • Must be able to identify, handle & process the electrical components used in the construction and equipping of electrical control panels using bill of materials
  • Must be able to adopt, implement & comply with all company Health & Safety requirements
  • Be motivated and work well both as part of a team or individually on projects
  • Must be well presented and possess good interpersonal skills
  • A can-do attitude and a passion to succeed by meeting production targets and deadlines.

This list is not exhaustive and may include any other duties as required.

The successful candidate will receive product training to achieve the standards required within Applied Automation.

This opportunity is well suited to either an experienced panel assembler or someone who wants to start their journey in serial production setting specialising in mechanical assemblies and electrical assemblies while benefitting from a clean, safe and organised production environment.

The contract is a 40 hour per week permanent position with a choice of two shift patterns varying from;

07:00 – 15:30 per week or

08:00 – 17:30 Monday – Thursday and 08:00 – 12:00 Friday.

Holiday entitlement is 25 days plus bank holidays.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


CNC & Finishing Division Foreman, Plymouth

As the division foreman you would be responsible for the overall management of the division, working alongside and reporting directly to the company directors to ensure the achievement of our business goals for growth, quality etc are achieved.

Duties and Responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • To manage the day-to-day operational activities of the department.
  • To ensure that goals for quality and on time delivery (OTD) are met.
  • To create strategic plans to minimise waste within the department by utilising lean, 6 Sigma etc.
  • To manage the project from the receipt of order thru to shipment, seeking to ensure that the contractual project requirements are made, the commercial budgets are not exceeded and the project timescales are maintained.
  • To act in part as the customers representative, challenging our teams to ensure we meet all of the technical requirements and project timescales.
  • To manage the stock levels and the ordering of replenishment stock.
  • To provide to the senior management (Director) any immediate concerns or risks to the department. Points of interest:
    • any significant enquiries.
    • any new customers or leads.
    • any risks. i.e., shortages, labour constraints, Health and Safety Risks.
    • Any customer complaints.

The ideal candidate:

  • Strong people leader.
  • The candidate would need to show a can-do attitude and have the drive to take this division through the next growth phase.
  • Good interpersonal and synthesis skills.
  • To act as an ambassador for Applied Automation.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Lead Hand, Plymouth

To act to lead the production team with an aim to ensure that they are operating in the most efficient and effective manner such that we can achieve our commitments to customers with respect to: on time delivery, quality of build and achieving our commercial goals.

To act as the link between the Production team, Production planning, Project Management, Stores and Test.

Role & Responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • In conjunction with your line manager to develop the weekly planning of the jobs to be processed, taking into account the delivery date commitments made to our customers
  • To up-date the projects in workflow with comments to detail any potential concerns or hold ups (daily up-dates)
  • To flag to your Line Manager shortages and EFN’s
  • To ensure each team member:
    • Has sufficient work allocated that is suitable to their skills matrix
    • Has all the information, tooling and parts required to successfully fulfil their tasks
    • Is progressing the work at a suitable pace
    • Is working to an acceptable build quality
  • To liaise with the team members to see how our processes can be improved and to then in conjunction with the Line Manager to implement
  • To monitor the consumables on the shop floor and to trigger replenishment as required and make your team leader aware of any additional requirements

General team Discipline

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • To manage the team with respect to:
    • Time keeping, we need our team members at their place of work 5 minutes before their start time
    • To use the last ten minutes of the working day to tidy their workspace and empty bins, so we are in a good position to start the next day
    • To approve short notice (same day ), short term (one day or less) holiday requests
    • Undertaking return to work interviews, post time off for illness?
    • Not excessively chattering, time wasting or becoming a distraction to colleagues
    • Safety, they are not operating/behaving in any way that can cause a risk to themselves of their colleagues

New team Members

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

  • To undertake in conjunction with HR their induction
  • To ensure that they fully understand and maintain our build processes
  • To ensure they understand how they need to fill out their time sheet (Attendance hours and time booked to specific jobs)
  • To ensure that they have carried out the manual handling on line training and provided documentation to prove this to the HR department
  • To ensure that if they are to operate any powered machinery, they have undertaken the necessary training and have provided paperwork to confirm this to the HR department. No personnel should operate powered equipment without first being trained!

The ideal candidate:

  • Competent IT user. Workflow will be a key tool.
  • Proven experience in a similar role
  • Excellent communication skills and be a natural at building strong relationships.
  • Highly organised.
  • Able to work effectively in pressured situations.
  • Able to effectively manage a busy workload

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Support Administrator, Plymouth

Working closely with the HR & H&S Coordinator and SMT, providing administrative support across a diverse range of HR generalist and H&S duties using a bespoke HR software system for approximately 175 employees with the aim of supporting the management functions across multiple business sites.

Role & Responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

To support and provide assistance with:

  • Monitoring and maintaining personnel files for all employees - Plymouth, Cardiff and Portsmouth offices.
  • Assist with the recruitment functions across the company.
  • Ensure new starters induction are completion – handbook, registration on Workflow, completion of the company’s manual handling course.
  • Assist with the monitoring of all sickness absences.
  • Support the management, monitoring and maintenance of all employee’s annual leave entitlements, alterations and adjustments with the inclusion of pro rata bank holidays and compulsory leave.
  • Respond to day-to-day queries and correspondence and escalate where necessary.
  • Ensure all probationary period reviews are completed in a timely manner.
  • Produce formal communications to employees in relation to employment changes e.g., job role, pay, pension etc.
  • Maintain and update training and employment records.
  • Assist with ensuring the company’s policies and procedures are being accurately followed regarding performance management/grievances/investigations/disciplinary’s, health & safety etc.
  • Assist with the completion of the company’s weekly and monthly payroll and pension contributions.
  • Promote a positive H&S culture.
  • Attend meetings to take minutes; process and distribute them whilst exercising confidentiality as necessary.
  • Register, distribute and filing of all correspondence.
  • Receive phone calls, diverting calls where appropriate, answering queries, passing on relevant calls and taking accurate messages.
  • Deal with enquiries by telephone, mail, email or in person whilst providing a high level of customer service provision at all times.
  • Maintain and develop filing and recording systems, both manual and electronic and undertake photocopying, scanning and shredding of confidential papers.
  • Maintain and update standard letters, forms, templates, and other documents as required.

The ideal candidate:

  • Competent user of Microsoft Office.
  • Proven experience in an administrative function.
  • Excellent communication and customer skills.
  • Highly organised.
  • Great attention to detail.
  • IOSH Managing Safely.
  • Working Hours: 08:00 – 16.30 Mon - Fri.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to


Supply Chain Warehouse Apprenticeship, Plymouth

2x Level 2 apprenticeship opportunities have arisen for the business. This will be an opportunity to learn how to run a fast pace engineering stores and warehousing environment whilst gaining a formal, vocational qualification. You will receive full support and mentorship and be assessed on the job by City College Plymouth.

Role & Responsibilities:

(This list is to outline the common but not exhausted elements)

To support and provide assistance with:

  • Checking goods received against paperwork
  • Checking panels for quality and receiving in stores
  • Picking same day jobs and dispatching goods to customers
  • Wrapping and packing finished kits/assemblies prior to pre shipment checks and dispatch
  • Ensuring that pre-shipment checks are carried out for all jobs leaving the shop floor
  • Picking, packing, labelling and sending stock to Cardiff for our online business
  • Picking parts for job bins and managing shortages
  • Updating job cards and ensuring accuracy of the stock database
  • Updating our workflow system with key information
  • Maintaining good communications with the office and shop floor

This is a fast paced, physical role and involves a lot of time on your feet occasionally moving heavy items but there will also be a large element of data entry so the person must be computer literate. Additional training and certifications will be available including forklift training which is mandatory in order to achieve your qualification.

Please send us your CV and a covering letter to