Senior Project Manager – Languages
Salary: c£26,000 – £28,000 doe
Sheffield
Ref: 1648


Our client, a well-established translations company in Sheffield, has an opportunity for a Senior Project Manager to join its translations team. This is a role that would suit an existing senior manager or a project manager looking to take the next step up in their career.

This is an energetic and vibrant language company seeking a similarly energetic individual, keen to build a career in language services.

Duties and responsibilities
  • Managing multiple multi-lingual projects
  • Evaluating resources and cost planning in set margin limits
  • Preparing quotes and commercial proposals or tenders that meet expectations and margin targets
  • Build client relationships and follow-up quotes
  • Maintain detailed and up-to-date project records
  • Resource selection, negotiation of terms and performance management
  • Deal with enquiries, issues and complaints
  • Identify and manage risks, taking appropriate preventative measures
  • Maintain translation memories, term-bases and glossaries
  • Employ attention to detail, quality assurance and solution focus to all projects delivered fit for purpose

The successful candidate will need be a proactive member of the team, relish a challenging and fast-paced environment and be seeking to contribute to an ambitious growth strategy.

Skills, knowledge and experience
  • A minimum of one second language
  • At least three years’ experience as a language sector project manager
  • Methodical, accurate and highly organised
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure through effective multitasking
  • Effective and confident communicator
  • Creative problem solver
  • Demonstrable ability in relationship building
  • Experience of working in a client-facing environment
  • Proficient user of CAT tools and ideally memoq

Please apply here for a full job description and confidential discussion of your options and the position details.


Deputy Retail Manager - Charity, Part time
Salary: £12,246, 4 days - 30 hours
Sheffield
Ref: 1618

Our client, a well-respected charity, has an opportunity for a retail manager to join its team, running a store in Sheffield.

This is a part time position working 4 days per week, 30 hours.

Management experience in retail is essential and this is a position that would involve some evening and weekend working. You will sell items of donated clothing and related items including bric-a-brac, accessories, games and toys, CDs and books managing control of the stock and ensuring it is displayed and marketed effectively.

Experience and person specification
Efficient team management
Working with volunteer staff
Monitoring and analysing statistics
Health and safety awareness
Customer service
Manual handling
Financial targets
Costs control

This role is to support the retail department to raise funds for the charity and you will be responsible for the management of a team of volunteers. An ability to form good relationships with colleagues and volunteers is therefore essential in the role as well as being a leader and motivator who can resolve problems and make decisions.

You will also need to have previous knowledge and experience of working to budgets, financial targets and controlling costs. Monitoring and analysing statistics are a key part of the role so experience in these areas would be beneficial.

Flexibility is essential as there will be weekend and possibly evening work required on occasions.

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Retail Manager - Charity
Salary £17,190
Sheffield
Ref: 1617

Our client, a well-respected charity, has an opportunity for a retail manager to join its team, running a store in Sheffield.

Management experience in retail is essential and you will need a driving licence as the ability to travel for work purposes when required is essential.
You will sell items of donated clothing and related items, managing control of the stock and ensuring it is displayed and marketed effectively.

Experience and person specification
Efficient team management
Working with volunteer staff
Monitoring and analysing statistics
Health and safety awareness
Customer service
Manual handling
Financial targets
Costs control

This role is to support the retail department to raise funds for the charity and you will be responsible for the management of a team of volunteers. An ability to form good relationships with colleagues and volunteers is therefore essential in the role as well as being a leader and motivator who can resolve problems and make decisions.

You will also need to have previous knowledge and experience of working to budgets, financial targets and controlling costs. Monitoring and analysing statistics are a key part of the role so experience in these areas would be beneficial.

Flexibility is essential as there will be weekend and possibly evening work required on occasions.

Candidates need to be able to drive and would ideally have their own transport.

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Deputy Retail Managers – Charity, Full and Part Time
Salary: £16,300
Sheffield
Ref: 1601


Our client, a well-respected charity, has an opportunity for a deputy manager to join its retail team, running a store in north Sheffield.

There are two positions available, one full time and one part time role. Full-time hours are 37.5 hours per week working 5 out of 7 days, Monday to Sunday. Part-time hours are 22.5 hours per week, three out of 7 days, Monday to Sunday.

Some evening and weekend working is required and you will need a driving licence as the ability to travel for work purposes when required is essential.

You will sell large items of donated furniture, small electrical goods and other household items including clothes, toys and books.

Efficient team management
Working with volunteer staff
Monitoring and analysing statistics
Health and safety awareness
Customer service
Manual handling
Financial targets
Costs control

This role is to support the retail department to raise funds for the charity and you will be responsible for the management of a team of volunteers. An ability to form good relationships with colleagues and volunteers is therefore essential in the role as well as being a leader and motivator who can resolve problems and make decisions.

You will also need to have previous knowledge and experience of working to budgets, financial targets and controlling costs. Monitoring and analysing statistics are a key part of the role so experience in these areas would be beneficial.

Flexibility is essential as there will be weekend and possibly evening work required on occasions. Candidates would ideally have their own transport.

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Exhibition Project Manager
Salary: DOE
Sheffield (involves International Travel)
Ref: 1590

We have a unique and exciting position for a dynamic, organised and efficient Exhibition Project Manager to join a global firm who are extremely well established and respected in their industry.

The role involves managing small and large scale exhibitions from planning through to delivery and involves a wide variety of tasks including:
  • project ownership and scheduling from contract award through construction, on site delivery, event maintenance to close of event
  • close liaison with designers from concept to construction/installation, ensuring best value in line with client’s budget
  • allocation of resources and appropriate travel and accommodation arrangements
  • preparation of project specification for submission to suppliers, sub-contractors and clients as required
  • ensure build meets specification, particularly in relation to health and safety
  • inspection prior to client handover
  • on-site client support/event standby
  • ensure dismantle meets schedule in a safe manner and identify properties to be retained/disposed of

The client is looking for applicants who are self-motivated, professional, enthusiastic and committed. The position involves regular international travel (80-100 days per year) and the ability to speak another European language would be desirable although not essential.

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Quality Manager
Salary: c£35,000 - £45,000 doe
Tideswell, Derbs
Ref: 1583

Our client, a medical materials manufacturer, has an opportunity for a Quality Manager to join its team in Tideswell, Derbyshire.

As the company Quality and Regulatory Affairs Manager, you will be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge and understanding of continual improvement, Internal and External Audit procedures and capable of producing reports and data for Management System Review. Further experience and knowledge of root-cause investigation and corrective action procedures would be an advantage.

Consideration will be given to candidates with a degree in a Science or Engineering discipline or existing experience in a similar manufacturing sector and a full knowledge of ISO 9001/ISO13485 Quality Management Systems, FDA approval or Nadcap-style audit procedures.

The position offers an excellent opportunity for personal development for candidates who wish to progress and expand their knowledge of the medical-device sector.
The salary provided is competitive and negotiable dependent on qualifications and experience. There is a contributory pension scheme available which provides 5% of salary. The company also operates a discretionary profit-sharing bonus scheme.

Please apply here for full details and a confidential discussion of the role.


Conveyancing Team Leader x2
Salary: DOE
Wakefield
Ref: 1394

We are recruiting for a rapidly expanding firm who are now looking for talented conveyancers who have the ability to manage a caseload and effectively lead a team of 8-10 people. This is a fast- paced environment and will require a strong commitment to achieve individual and team targets and objectives.

You are likely to be a Solicitor, CILEX qualified, Licenced Conveyancer, or perhaps an experienced individual who is competent at managing a high volume case load and able to work unsupervised. You will also be experienced in dealing with freehold, leasehold, new build, right to buy, shared ownership transactions and unregistered titles.

What’s most important is that you are able to evidence at least 3 years’ recent experience of carrying out high volume conveyancing transactions and preferably have significant people management experience. Furthermore, you will be able to demonstrate a proven track record of providing pro-active, consistent and efficient client service and legal advice.

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