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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.

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Welder requiredPermanent Opportunity MIG  welder fabricator Paying £12 - £14 per hour dependant on experience Based in  LE2 Oadby Day Shift 0745 - 1700 Mon - Thurs  0745 - 12.30 Friday Commutable from Leicester, Wigston, Narborough and surrounding areas Job descriptionOur client is looking for a highly skilled and experienced Welder to weld thin gauge mild steel. The successful candidate will be expected to work with customers and our project management team to produce the best possible solution to their requirement. The successful welder will:•             Must have a good engineering background with the ability to read and interpret engineering drawings•             Must have a proven track record as a fabricator with minimum 1 years MIG welding experience•             Ability to work with all types of metal up to 6mm•             Ideally have experience MIG•             Be enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to motivate others•             Work well as a team member•             Be able to problem solve and come up with solutions Plenty of opportunities for personal development and individual growth prospectsSalary range £12 - £14  per hour depending on experience.Interested? To apply for the Welder , here are your two 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 254 5411 between 8am - 5pm2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have enough to be get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you knowWelder INDTEMP Find out more
Quality Manager
Quality Manager Engineering Manufacturing/Automotive Industry Leicester South - LE19 - Day Shifts Up to £50k per annum, depending on experience Holiday and Pension   Are you an experienced Quality Manager or Quality Engineer with automotive or PPAP experience looking to join an established family run engineering business?   Our established client specialises in Engineering Manufacturing for several industry sectors. They are currently looking for a new Quality Manager or Quality Engineer looking to step up into a more senior role to join their small but established quality team. Commutable from Tamworth, Hinckley, Nuneaton, Leicester and Coventry.   Duties Include - Quality Manager: - Managing the Quality team  - CMM programming or operating - Auditing - Creating PPAP and other industry-relevant documentation - Hands-on inspection - Dealing with customers face-to-face - Working to specifications   Key Skills / Experience Required - Quality Manager: - Must have worked as a Quality Manager or Quality Engineer within the engineering manufacturing industry, preferably automotive - Quality checking experience on metal components or products - Auditing and PPAP creation  - CMM experience - ISO 9001:2015  - Yellow goods experience is desirable - TS16949 experience is desirable - SQEP experience is desirable - Positive attitude at all times - Self-motivated, enthusiastic and a high standard of personal performance - Flexible, reliable and a strong team player   The Package - Quality Engineer - Starting salary of up to £50k per annum, depending on skill level and experience - Free onsite parking - Day Shifts Monday to Friday - Early finish Friday   Interested? To apply for this Quality Manager position, here are your two options: 1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call 0116 2545411 now and let’s talk through your experience. Ask for Nilam between 8.30am - 5.30pm. 2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have enough to get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you know   PPDEL Find out more
Commissioning & Installation Engineer
Commissioning & Installation EngineerHVAC / Containment Systems - Leeds based - LS25Covering UK & European TravelUp to £42k per annum, depending on experienceStay away allowance, Private Healthcare, Early finish Friday Are you a commissioning or installation engineer with experience working on HVAC or Air Flow Systems? If yes, read on…. My client designs, manufactures and installs HVAC containment systems across the UK and Europe. They are currently looking for a Commissioning / Installation Engineer to join their team. Ideal for candidates based in or around Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield, York, Huddersfield, Barnsley, Halifax or Doncaster. The Role of Commissioning Engineer:- 50% based in the workshop assembling and fitting brand new HVAC containment systems- 50% travelling to site in a small team of 2-3 engineers to install the system- Mechanical assembly - Testing (FAT)- Dismantling, packing and shipping- On site assembly (UK and European)- Final inspection (SAT)- Client training and handover- Customer sites are based across the UK and Europe- Can involve staying away from home for up to 2 weeks at a time- All training can be provided for the right candidate- Working from engineering drawings and schematics Minimum Skills / Experience Required:- Previous mechanical fitting, assembly or installation experience on FMCG, pharma or processing machinery- Has previous experience of installing steel panels, filters, fans or sensors onto machinery or equipment- Previous site installation and commissioning experience is essential- Has had previous experience with international travel and holds a valid passport- Containment experience desirable- Able to work from drawings- Happy to work away from home up to 30% of the time- Motivated and excellent team player- Able to commute to the LS25 area with own transport The Package:- Starting salary range is from £35k up to £42k per annum- Salary offered will be based on current skill and experience - Working hours Monday-Thursday 7:30am-4pm, Friday 7:30-2pm (when not on site)- Daily stay away bonus is £30 for UK and £35 if abroad- Access to company pool vehicle for site visits- Travel, accommodation and food is provided when working on site- Holiday is 28 days along with some extra discretionary days at Xmas - Company Pension Scheme- Private Healthcare Interested? To apply for this Commissioning Engineer position, here are your two options:"This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call 0116 2545411 now and let’s talk through your experience. Ask for Nilam Pal between 8.30am - 5.30pm."I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have enough to get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you knowPPDEL Find out more
Electrical Assembly
ASSEMBLY FITTER (Mechanical & Electrical)  Paying between £10-£11.00ph Immediate start Interviewing straight away Based in Leicester City Centre, LE1  Commutable from Leicester, Wigston, Thurmaston, Melton Mowbray    Daytime hours 39 hour week Mon - Thursday 0800 - 1700 Friday 0800 - 16.00 This is an exciting opportunity for you to learn mechanical and electrical fitting skills. If you have some basic electrical knowledge and wanting to learn the mechanical side of things then this would be an advantage! Our Client is a well established company with an enviable reputation within the industry and are looking for an Assembly Fitter to join their already successful existing team.   BENEFITS Interesting work PPE provided Learn new skills Extremely clean well run shop floor   THE ASSEMBLY FITTER Will get hands on training in mechanical fitting (pumping equipment & heating and ventilation products), reading engineering drawings, problem solving, building mechanical equipment,repairing it and re wiring. Benefit from mentoring and personal development with a clear career path to progress from unskilled to semi skilled to fully skilled roles.  THE SUCCESSFUL ASSEMBLY FITTER Will display a positive attitude at all times to teamwork, willingness to learn new skills    Ideally have some basic electrical/mechanical knowledge. Interested? To apply for the Trainee Fitter Position, here are your two options: 1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let’s talk through your experience. Ask for Kelly Jones on 0116 2545411 between 0730 - 5pm or email outside of these hours. 2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have enough to be get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you know PPME   Find out more
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  • February 06, 2023

    Is your business expanding? Have you hired new people and added to your workforce recently? Excellent news - but do you know how to maintain a positive culture in your business?

    Maintaining a positive and stable business culture can be a challenge as a company expands and grows, but there are some clever ways to ensure it stays intact:


    Days away from the workplace

    Take your team to a different location for a few days to bond and focus on company culture. This can be an opportunity to get everyone on the same page and to create a shared vision for the future.

    Implement a "no-politics" policy 

    Encourage employees to leave their personal opinions and political views at the door, and focus on fostering a culture that's based on respect, cooperation, and collaboration.

    Make company culture a part of your onboarding process

    Integrating company culture into your onboarding process can help new employees understand what's expected of them and how they can contribute to your culture.

    Have regular cultural assessments

    Regularly assess the state of your company culture, and make changes as necessary to keep it positive and stable.

    Encourage healthy competition

    Encouraging friendly competition among employees can create a sense of camaraderie and help foster a positive company culture.

    Promote employee wellness  

    Investing in your employees' health and well-being can help create a positive work environment, boost morale, and maintain a stable company culture.

    By implementing even just a few of these suggested strategies, you can help ensure that your company culture remains positive and stable as you grow and expand your business.

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  • February 01, 2023

    Thinking of a career in recruitment? 

    Recruitment agencies are a valuable resource for businesses that are looking to fill crucial roles with skilled and experienced professionals. Although a promising career choice, you may often hear conflicting opinions about working in a recruitment agency. 

    Is it all about meeting targets and endless pressure to perform?

    Or is it a challenging yet highly rewarding experience to match companies with suitable candidates?

    In reality, it is a bit of both. 

    A career in recruitment entails plenty of challenges but also offers you a stable, secure, fulfilling, and financially rewarding job with a good scope of progression. But that’s not all. There are many other benefits of working in a recruitment agency. Let’s have a look at some of them below.

    Professional Development & Progression

    What can be better than constant on-the-job training and performance-based progression for any professional?

    As a recruitment consultant, you will get many opportunities to learn and train on the job as a fresher and experienced consultant. It is because no two days are the same in a recruitment agency. There is always scope for learning and improving skills such as problem-solving, communication, negotiation, project management, and more. 

    And the best part?

    Recruitment agencies offer excellent opportunities for progression as a reward for good performance. This means you will be climbing the ladder of success in no time if you consistently perform well.  

    Great Earning Potential

    Along with a good salary, a majority of recruitment agencies also offer commissions and bonuses regularly. You will always be incentivised to perform better every day to keep earning better. 

    Unmatched Job Satisfaction

    Although it can be challenging, working in recruitment is also highly rewarding as you can match the right candidate with the right company. Job satisfaction comes easily and strongly as you can help candidates get their dream jobs and companies their ideal employees.

    Better Security

    Recruitment is one of the most stable and secure industries that hardly gets touched in any economic downturn. By choosing to work for a recruitment agency, you can ensure that you remain employed for a long time. Businesses will always need candidates, and candidates will always need jobs. As a recruitment consultant, you will always have options to choose from one or more opportunities and enjoy job security, unlike any other sector.

    Whether you’re a fresher looking for a promising career choice or an experienced recruitment professional looking for a place to hone your skills, working in a friendly, reputed recruitment agency may help strengthen your foundation in the recruitment industry.

    If you think you have what it takes to help companies find the best candidates for their roles, we would love to hear from you!

    Precision People is a specialist search, recruitment and consultancy services organisation that provides various recruitment and people solutions to a broad spectrum of industry sectors. We have been based in the Midlands since 2004 and have clients all over the UK and Europe. 

    Call us on 0116 254 5411 and find out if you could be the next perfect addition to our family.

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  • January 09, 2023

    Whether you're a line manager of an engineering firm or a sales director in charge of twenty sales people – one issue that all managers and senior employers face at the start of a New Year, is keeping your team constantly and consistently motivated.

    With the cold and dark mornings still against us, staff are naturally feeling a bit low after the fun and frolicks of Christmas. What can you do to give them a kick start and get them motivated and excited to come to work everyday with a smile on their face?

    When your employees feel motivated, they engage more with their work and this in turn has a positive affect on the whole team's output. Happy employees equals happy clients! You have a vested interest in the quality of your team's work, obviously, but you also have a responsibility to contribute towards their job satisfaction.
    Of course, every individual will relate to different methods of motivation, but here are seven ways of keeping your team's spirits high:

    1. Make them feel valued

    People want to feel valued and love to receive praise and recognition for a job well done, especially in front of their peers. Praise can go along way to make them feel like they are part of the team and achieving their goals. From prizes of a bottle of wine for a team member bringing on a new client that week, to vouchers for meals out, it doesn't have to cost you a lot and the options are plentiful.

    2. Clear frequent communication

    Clear and frequent communication is the key and will boost your team's success. Employees dislike being left in the dark on any issues. Take a look at our how you currently deliver important messages to you team. Are they via email? Or via the office gossip making tea in the kitchen. Are there channels or systems where you could improve? 10 minute weekly catch-ups with employees could potentially nip problems in the bud or address any confusion.

    3. Encourage career progression

    If an employee sees little room for advancement, they may feel they have nothing to work towards. Create extra responsibilities for staff to expand their experience and put them in better stead for promotions. Provide training and development opportunities and as well as showing employees you're confident in them.

    4. Create a positive working environment

    The office atmosphere can have a very powerful impact on the way people work. Any conflict or negativity will almost certainly restrict workflow, so make sure you're providing appropriate platforms for employee feedback.

    Let them have fun and make the team feel valued. Do you celebrate birthdays or get involved with charity events? Why not raise some money for a good causes whilst staff boosting staff morale.

    5. Give them responsibility

    An employee who only receives small, menial tasks, will in time become unhappy in their role. Likewise if someone's been overloaded with work they might struggle under the pressure. Try to delegate responsibilities that will add variety to an employee's day.

    6. Define their career paths

    As well as developing your staff for progression opportunities, it's important to show them where you think they're headed and helping them get there. Regular appraisals and target-setting provide a good setting for this, and are also a good opportunity to review and praise your employees' work.

    7. Employee surveys

    An effective way of finding out how employees really feel in their role, is an anonymous employee survey. The findings of the survey may highlight issues you were not aware of and help you to identify changes you need to make. Keep staff informed by displaying the monthly results where they can be clearly seen.

    Staff appraisals are an official route to find out how employees are feeling, although you may find they might be less willing to talk directly to you. Another way to gain people's views is to have a suggestion box, where people can drop in their new ideas.

    It really pays to frequently monitor how your staff are feeling and create different avenues for them to give their honest feedback. This will also be of benefit to your business when you next hire, as you clearly demonstrate to potential new staff the various methods in which you motivate your employees.

    Like this article? Why not read  "7 quick tips to improve your employer branding."

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  • November 22, 2022

    On-boarding, the process of  conveys your organisational brand values, explains your people and professional culture, highlights organisational expectations and performance and provides the tools for the employee to be successfully placed into his or her position. Therefore, as an in employer it’s important to get this part right if you want employee longevity and loyalty. 

    Onboarding isn’t just the first step in hiring of collecting the relevant human resources, payroll and benefits forms. It’s a lot more than that. The onboarding process follows the employee lifecycle from first step of orientation through to mentoring and development of their first month to the completion of their first year. 

    What’s the process?

    Google found that new hire time to productivity can be improved by a full month by just a simple reminder alert email sent to the employer or recruiter the Sunday before the new hire starts. Tasks that should be included in the email alert are:

    • Have a role and responsibilities discussion
    • Match your new hire with a peer buddy
    • Help your new hire build a social network
    • Set up onboarding check-ins once a month for your new hire’s first six month 
    • Google also does eight things to on board their new hires, which you can adapt to your organisation:
    • In-person Training

    Google, provides their new hires with a two-week in person training and orientation program that explains all things organisational and the ‘need to know’ functions of the organisation and job. Your organisation may not be able to provide such a lengthy in-person training period, but some in-person training is better than none, and it helps you as an employer establish rapport. 

    Thorough Introduction to Company Culture

    Google offers a class which help develop new hires to the norms and practices of the existing employees. The purpose of this, is to implement a way of learning into the new hire which reflects the way in which the organisation works and ensures the new hire is productive in his or her new employment.


    Checklists help new hires to understand what is expected in the first week to the completion of their first year. It is a lot less daunting for new hires if they’re given a checklists as they don’t feel pressured to memorises systems, practices, and events in the first week.


    Codelabs are a great way for engineers to get up to speed through hands-on tutorials. They aren’t just for new hires, but can be used by the most experienced engineers to refresh their knowledge.  

    Extensive Resources

    No doubt there is a language to your industry so everyone is speaking the same language, just like Google – so a company-wide glossary and handbook is provided for reference. A similar resource but be useful for your industry in getting your new hire up to speed on the terminology, or every-day goings on of your company so they can fit in smoothly. 

    On-the-job Training

    Without a doubt, whatever your organisation is, on-the-job training provides a good introduction to the field and provides greater realism of application when in the real world of work. 

    Mentorship Program

    Assigning a new hire to a mentor who is successful within the company and can act as a trustworthy role model. The mentor can initially act as a friendly face which welcomes the new hire to the company and show them the facilities. This mentor can also be a point of call for questions or queries for the new hire if they don’t feel confident to ask a supervisor or manager. More importantly, it provides a friendly welcoming for the new hire to feel more comfortable in their new place of work. 


    Google employee send weekly snippets entailing what they did that week and take part in a self-assessment and set goals at the end of every quarter. The purpose of this, is to demonstrate the productivity of the new hires week or so forth and to high their achievements. As an employer, you may not follow this exactly, but it is recommended to have frequent check-ins with your employers to see what they’re achieving, how they’re progressing and whether there are any queries. 

    Follow those simple steps to ensure that your hiring process is smooth and efficient, whilst also improving your chances at retaining loyal, trust Worthing and hard working employees.



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