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CRM System Manager
Would you be interested in discussing this fantastic opportunity to take ownership of a new company CRM System? Does leading the technology within the manufacturing and sales process to ensure the company has accurate customer and market data to allow targeted campaigns to existing and potential customers excite you? This is a new full-time position with a leading manufacturing business, managing a new CRM system, where you will make a significant contribution to its implementation and ongoing development. What do you need to be successful in? Development and implementation of an overall strategy for the analysis of all CRM activities Analysis and optimisation of CRM processes and automation of existing reports and data selections Creation and updating of the CRM manual as well as conception and implementation of CRM training The person: You will have a degree in communication sciences, business administration, IT, business informatics or similar/related/comparable At least 2 years of professional experience in CRM, ideally in a sales environment Strong technical and commercial awareness as you will need to use the data to help guide our sales, marketing and development activity. SQL/SAP experience will be advantageous!! Interested? Click the apply now button or call  Sandy Seta, Head of Practice on 0116 254 5411.  About Precision People This role is posted by Precision People, specialists in Engineering, Technical, Consultancy, Sales and Executive Search Recruitment. Operating since 2004, we have placed hundreds of engineers in fantastic new roles. Precision covers the whole spectrum of engineering roles from Welders, Fabricators, CNC Machinists, Panel Wireman up to Production Managers. We have many engineering roles around the East Midlands including Leicester, Coventry, Derby, Nottingham, Coalville and Northampton, so get in touch today. Find out more
Fabricator /welder
Experienced Fabricator/ Welder required Ongoing temporary position Mon - Fri 0700 - 1600 Paying up to £12.50 paye per hour or £16 limited Unlimited Overtime available paid at a premium Commutable from Whetstone, Wigston, Blaby, Hinckley, Stoney Stanton and surrounding areas The Company Our client has an enviable reputation amongst its competitors and still has a full order book for 2020 Job Description The successful candidate will be a fully skilled Fabricator /welder Consistent overtime available The Candidate The ideal candidate will be:Fully skilled Fabricator ( however semi skilled will be considered) An experienced MIG Welder who can weld from 5mm - 20mm Experienced working with mild steelMust be able to read all engineering drawings Minimum 2 years experience MIG welding Interested? To apply for the Fabricator position, here are your three options: 1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let's talk through your experience. Ask for Sharon Pickering on 0116 2545411 or email between 0730 - 5pm or email 2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have the right skills for an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you know 3. "I'm interested but need to know more about what this job can offer me" - email with your CV and questions and I will reply with more detail. Precision are committed to keeping our candidates informed and offer a guaranteed response within 7 days when applying through the application system Ref: Fabricator About Precision People This role is posted by Precision People, specialists in Engineering, Technical, Consultancy, Sales and Executive Search Recruitment. Operating since 2004, we have placed hundreds of engineers in fantastic new roles. Precision covers the whole spectrum of engineering roles from Welders, Fabricators, CNC Machinists, Panel Wireman up to Production Managers. We have many engineering roles around the East Midlands including Leicester, Coventry, Derby, Nottingham, Coalville and Northampton, so get in touch today. Find out more
MIG Welder
MIG Welder/Fabricator Temporary role Mon - Fri 0600 - 1600 Paying up to £12 paye per hour or £16 limited Overtime available paid at a premium The Company Our client is a specialist of industrial machinery within the UK. This is a great opportunity for a MIG Welder /Fabricator commutable from Melton Mowbray, Syston, Beaumont Leys and Loughborough Job Description The successful candidate will be MIG welding and Fabricating mild steel between 1mm - 5mm Consistent overtime available The Candidate The ideal candidate will be: An experienced MIG Welder Experienced working with mild steel Experience welding from 1mm to 5mmMust have experience with 40 x 40 box sections Knowledge of fabrication and read all engineering drawings Minimum 2 years experience MIG welding Interested? To apply for the MIG Welder position, here are your three options: 1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let's talk through your experience. Ask for Sharon Pickering on 0116 2545411 or email between 8.30am - 5pm or email 2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have the right skills for an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you know 3. "I'm interested but need to know more about what this job can offer me" - email with your CV and questions and I will reply with more detail. Precision are committed to keeping our candidates informed and offer a guaranteed response within 7 days when applying through the application system Ref: MIG Welder About Precision People This role is posted by Precision People, specialists in Engineering, Technical, Consultancy, Sales and Executive Search Recruitment. Operating since 2004, we have placed hundreds of engineers in fantastic new roles. Precision covers the whole spectrum of engineering roles from Welders, Fabricators, CNC Machinists, Panel Wireman up to Production Managers. We have many engineering roles around the East Midlands including Leicester, Coventry, Derby, Nottingham, Coalville and Northampton, so get in touch today. Find out more
Transport Manager
Transport Manager Northampton, Rugby, Crick, Daventry, KetteringSalary - £32-40k plus benefits Reporting into the Commercial Manager, this role would suit a Transport Manager with experience of managing the fast-paced and dynamic operationThis is a unique opportunity as this is a new site for a growing privately owned logistics business with aspirations for larger growth in the coming years Job Description The role of the Transport Manager Report to the General Manager. Responsible for all Transport from the site. Responsible for fleet and a team of drivers. Fully accountable for the day to day running of the transport function. Management of planning organize and supervise the activities and resources of the Distribution Team across the UK. To be fully accountable to ensure that the sites are legally compliant at all times, this will include servicing & maintenance, driver's hours, tacho downloads both driver and vehicle unit along with all training Accountable for achieving agreed KPI's and Business Targets by maintaining and monitoring the effectiveness of deliveries. Manage and work with the teams at the sites to control discipline, attendance and performance levels - service and cost, are in line with Company policy, expectations and transport regulations and legislation. Interaction with internal colleagues in internal sales functions and external agencies/contractors/ fleet operators.The successful candidate for the Transport Manager - 3PL Business, position will have the following skills and experiences:. Be CPC National and / or International qualified (Essential) 3 Years Transport experience at either a Shift Manager or Manager level. Experienced in managing across multiple sites. Have a good understanding of legal compliance, drivers hours and WTD's. Experienced within both bulk and multi-drop environments and operations. Have great communication skills both written and verbal. About Precision: Precision Recruitment posts this Transport Manager specialists in Engineering, Technical, Construction and Sales Recruitment. We have many roles throughout the UK so get in touch today. Interested? To apply for the click apply nowPrecision are committed to keeping our candidates informed and offer a guaranteed response within 7 days when applying through the application system Ref Transport ManagerAbout Precision People This role is posted by Precision People, specialists in Sales, Engineering, Technical and Executive Search Recruitment. Operating since 2004, we have placed hundreds of Sales candidates in fantastic new roles. Precision covers the whole spectrum of Sales roles from, Field Sales Executives, Sales & Marketing Managers, Internal Sales, Technical Sales Managers, Business Development Managers through to Sales Directors. We have many Sales roles around the throughout the UK, so get in touch today. Find out more
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Why Precision People?

We grow our clients' businesses by finding them amazing talent. Based in the Midlands, we have been growing since 2004 and have clients all over the UK and Europe.

Precision People is a specialist search, recruitment and consultancy services organisation, focussed on providing a range of recruitment and people solutions, to a wide spectrum of industry sectors, for client organisations nationwide and beyond.

WE PUT THE RIGHT PEOPLE, IN THE RIGHT SEATS, FOR THE RIGHT REASONS. 

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A dynamic talent management and executive search consultancy that provides an integral link between the directors of growing businesses and high achieving candidates. Combining in-depth industry knowledge with the latest in talent resourcing and search methods. 

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Our team is comprised of specialist recruiters who know their industry inside out, ensuring a deep understanding of the specific skills and experience candidates need in order to fill the unique requirements of your vacancy, whether temporary, contract or permanent, from design to engineering recruitment.

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Learn how to seek, hire and retain amazing talent. The people part of your business is probably where you spend most of your time dealing with difficult situations and having the most headaches. If you want to grow your business, why not hire us to help you?

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  • April 23, 2020

    During the 2008 recession, the percentage of temporary and contracting workers went up to a whopping 55%. In a normal market, the average is about 25%.  Hopefully, this situation will not last as long and most businesses will be able to bounce back pretty quickly post Covid. 

    Are you worried about hiring the wrong person in an uncertain economy? Hiring someone with the wrong skill set or maybe not the right culture fit, could cost your business thousands, and you don’t want to be making mistakes like that right now. 

    Have you and your team thought about hiring contractors or temporary staff? Maybe you haven't had much experience dealing with temporary, contracting or interims in the past or maybe you've had an unpleasant experience? Whatever your views, as UK businesses start to put their hiring plans together post pandemic - many will be turning to contigent staff as an option. 

    6 Reasons why hiring temporary, contracting or interim staff will help your business recover from Covid. 

    1. The jobs market is very different to what is was even 3 months ago. Have there been redundancies in your market or maybe with your competitors? There maybe skilled candidates on the market that didn't expect to find themselves there a few months ago. 

    Have you seen the Easy Jet pilots who are now Tesco delivery drivers for the short term? 

    This means there will be excellent candidates on the market, who have unfortunately been made redundant, that you previously had no access to because they were happy in their jobs. Why not take advantage of the market situation and hire these skilled people on a contracting basis to try them out? 

    When you hire a contractor you are in effect ‘trying before you buy’. This means if they don’t have the right skills or you discover they aren’t the right culture fit, you can simply and quickly let them go with zero risk to you.  

    2. You can hire someone quickly to hit the ground running - no lengthy interviews or on boarding and paperwork with HR. Many contractors and interims bring in a wealth of experience and knowledge from moving from business to business - it could be just what your company needs right now, bring in some expertise! 

    3. Maybe your business only needs someone for a short period of time, maybe to cover sickness, maternity or perhaps a project needs completing. Hiring a contractor or temporary person covers that position for as long as you need them. Helping to secure your clients as you complete deadlines. 

    4. Your cash flow is protected - we take care of NI, statutory sick pay,  reducing your short-term costs. Hiring temporary or contracting staff means no HR responsibility, no fees to pay, no need to payroll, spreading the cost of hiring and reducing risk. 

    5. You only pay for the hours they work, which again reduces your costs.

    6. Precision operates a 15 week ‘temporary to permanent’ programme where by the cost of hiring a candidate is spread out over 15 weeks - again reducing your costs.

    If you’re company requires more senior- management, but you are reluctant in this present climate to hire someone permanently, then an interim is exactly what you need to help navigate during a crisis or during times where there is lack of management, we can also help with this. 

    Orgainsing your business post-pandemic 

    If you would like to chat further about how Precision can help your business coming out of Covid - call today on 0116 254 5411 or email phil@precision-people.uk. 

    Connect with Phil on Linkedin

    Hiring doesn't need to stop! How to move your interviewing, hiring and onboarding process online. 

     

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  • April 08, 2020

    Like most things, there is a right way and a wrong way to go about things. But, how do you find the RIGHT technical contractors? In this article, the top 5 business mistakes companies are continually making are revealed.

    Mistake One
    Choosing a recruiter that keeps calling you, thinking that they'll be able to offer you the right technical engineering contractors for your business. Just because they keep calling does not mean they are the right choice for you.

    How You Can Avoid This
    Identify a specialist consultancy that has expert knowledge in your specific engineering or technical sector. You need to be able to speak to knowledgeable consultants who understand exactly what you require. This will save you valuable time because once they have taken a detailed job specification from you; they will be able to deliver you the right contractors first time.

     

    Mistake Two

    Hiring contractors that turn out not to have the correct skills for the job. How annoying and what a waste of your time. You've tried to train them and it's clear that they just haven't got the right skill set.

    You can avoid this
    Use a straightforward four or five MUST HAVE tick list for the work you need doing. An external recruiter should ask you this at a minimum and should LISTEN and UNDERSTAND what you are saying and know why it is important.

     

    Mistake Three
    Hiring contractors that haven't been thoroughly referenced.  Oh dear, more of your time wasted. The contractors staff you've been supplied with may turn out to be totally unsuitable.

    You can avoid this.  Always get references on the people that you take on, even if it is for a short time period. By checking out contrcators backgrounds with previous short term employers, and how well they have worked with both other engineers and fellow contractors in the past, any issues likely to happen can be avoided.

     

    Mistake Four
    Not having a thorough and smooth on boarding process when hiring technical contractors. Contractors will quickly get frustrated if your business has not thought a thorough and effective process which means they might be losing money. 

    You can avoid this
    Create a smooth on boarding process so your contractors can hit the ground running. Time you invest in the process will pay dividends in the long run. Why not get them to have a mentor or shadow someone in the their first week?

     

    Mistake Five

    Not comparing your daily rates to your competitors and the current market. Contractors are highly skilled and they are looking for contract rates that refelct this. Make sure your rates are competitive. 

    How to Avoid This
    By using a specialist contract recruitment consultancy, they will offer up to the minute market advice on what other businesses are currently offering within your marketplace. 

    If you're thinking about hiring skilled temporary staff but not sure where to start, contact one of our team today and they will talk you through your options and how they can help your business. 

    Call the team today on 0116 254 5411 or email hello@precision-people.uk. 

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  • March 27, 2020

    If your business still has the need, appetite and capacity to continue hiring right now, here’s some help and guidance on how you can still make things happen in these unprecedented times.

    Obviously, we have a vested interest in keeping the wheels moving in recruitment, in what are very tough market conditions for everyone right now. 

    Job board aggregators such as Indeed and Adzuna are the canaries in the coal mine for the economy, the numbers of permanent vacancies being posted by clients and recruitment firms has fallen dramatically across the world as the majority of companies have cancelled or postponed hiring plans.

    Engineering and manufacturing are among many industries to see a notable decline in March. These are the facts,  we are in no way looking to take advantage of the terrible situation people find themselves in.

    Commercially you are in a very strong position if you continue recruiting right now because there are certain things in your favour.

    Less jobs advertised, less competition for the skills you require. We have seen a rise in people applying for roles on our website. 

    With fewer companies recruiting, the competition for the best talent is not as fierce as it was 3 weeks ago.

    Many industries are in dire straits – the uncertainty will be unsettling staff in these sectors, who are going to start looking around, who otherwise would not. While others may be unfortunately being made redundant.

    What is the solution? Run a virtual recruitment process.  

    Yes it’s a new way of doing things, yes it’s a bit scary – but it is possible to interview, hire and onboard someone virtually and Precision can help you.

    There are a number of paid and free video conferencing tools which are stable, feature rich and easy to use.

    Some useful free tools are: 

    • Zoom – Free
    • Google Hangouts – Free
    • Teams – Paid (but will be part of most commercial O365 packages)
    • Skype for Business – Paid
    • Hinterview or Odro – Paid

    We advise you prepare and deliver a virtual or video interview in exactly the same way you would prepare for a face to face meeting. Read these two posts '24 Interview tips to make sure you hire the right candidate.' and 'Hard and Soft skills' to help you. 

    Let us know and we can set up a Zoom meeting between all your key stakeholders and the Precision team to discuss your requirements in detail, also the profile of your ideal candidate in terms of team fit. Check out 'How to find staff who fit your culture.'

    The Precision team will take that understanding, go to market and present you with a shortlist as normal.

    Video Interview – We can set up and schedule these meeting on your behalf.

    1. First Round – 30 minutes Informal discussion around the candidate’s skill set, motivations
    2. Second Round – 1hr 30minutes – More detailed discussions around the candidate’s technical / engineering skills and personality fit, including some form of presentation if its suitable from the candidate
    3. Final Round – 1hr Optional final stage probably with members of the senior management team to follow up on any outstanding questions / queries or concerns borne out of the interview process.

    Virtual On Boarding of a Remote worker 

    HR Process – Contract / Company Handbook

    Line Manager Process – Have a clear plan for the initial remote scenario – Set clear expectations. What you expect from the employee and what they can expect from you.

    You can courier a laptop to a new employee fully configured with all the essential cloud applications needed and / or connectivity.

    Management of your remote employee – take some advice from your HR partners, have a plan around how you are going to manage your remote worker, they will need plenty of communication and hand holding, especially in the early days. 

    Precision has access to a specialist on-boarding coach who delivers coaching support to new employees to culturally embed, support and enable them to become productive as soon as possible.

    The important thing to remember is that this situation WILL pass and so talking to us now ready for the up-turn makes good business sense. 

    If you have the means, authority and the need to hire staff right now Precision can help you. We have the market knowledge and the contacts to deliver and advise you on how to hire in these uncertain times. 

    If you woud like to find out more about how we can help you click here to book a time suitable for you, call 0116 254 5411 or email hello@precision-people.uk 

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  • March 26, 2020

    Many of us will be spending a lot more time at home over the coming weeks, limiting contact with our friends, family and work colleagues to interactions using online technology and video calls. Our cameo area and communication zone will become even more important. Here are some tips on how to look your best while being viewed on screen.

    How to be seen on screen

    Keep it tidy! Make sure your hair is well groomed and styled and will stay put, off your face - any movements you have to make to sort out some unruly strays will appear exaggerated on screen and be distracting for your viewers. It will also frame your face and is a great way to express your personality.

    Make up - shake up! We can sometimes look a little flat on screen even if we are wearing foundation, blusher and our lipstick. Try deepening your blusher by pinching your blusher brush and applying it a little darker directly under your cheekbones to give your face a little more structure.

    WOW your lips! Wearing one of your best lipstickcolours will make all the difference to how visible you are on screen. Your skin will look fresher, even if you've not been outside for days and you feel like you have radiator face!

    Take it under the chin! The area immediately below your face has a huge impact on how you are perceived by others. Make sure your scarves and jewellery are not only in your colours and best metals but are of great quality, reflect your personality and say what you want to other people.

    Patternistas! Patterns can look a little busy on screen, so block colours can often work better. Definitely avoid small geometrics, such as dogtooth and checks, since these tend to pixilate on screen - no one will be listening to you if your best jacket is making your viewers look away to protect their eyes.

    Techy tips for more visibility: Position your camera so that your face is in as much natural daylight as possible with your eyes in the top 1/3 of the screen. Look directly into the lens, not down (you'll have fewer chins, no one needs to see up your nostrils or feel like they are being looked down upon). Check your background - is it presenting you in a way you would like to be perceived? This is really key for work meetings - your colleagues don't need to see your bedroom, what's cooking, your bathroom (or worse). Smile as you talk, more than you would normally - it comes across as warm and engaging.

     

    It's likely we'll be seeing our colleagues, friends and family for a more weeks via zoom and google hangouts, but by following these tips, we'll all look a little more camera ready as we get used to seeing everyone on screen for hopefully, not too long. 

    Thank you to House of Colour for these online tips. 

     

     

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