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Procurement Specialist (Direct) – Volution Ventilation UK – Crawley, England, United Kingdom (On-site)

£35,000/yr – £40,000/yr

About the job


Volution Ventilation UK is a market leader in residential and commercial ventilation systems; our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably. We are closely aligned with environmental, health, regulatory and consumer developments that are reshaping the world’s expectation of how we live life indoors.

Job Profile:

The Direct Procurement Specialist is responsible for a myriad of processes including supply chain management, supplier evaluation, risk management, sourcing (domestic and international), ensuring product/material compliance to business needs, contract management and negotiation, continuous improvement, health and safety, benchmarking and industry trend management.

You will be required to provide full support, and report to, the UK Group Direct Procurement Manager, overseeing seven operating companies within the Volution Ventilation UK Group (VVUK), which includes having responsibility for Direct Procurement spend for VVUK based brands, ensuring multi-site, multi-discipline projects are managed from conception to completion, in a timely manner, while tracking and reporting on all cost initiatives on a monthly basis.

The role would ideally suit someone with experience within the manufacturing industry, or similar, with an intermediate level of Excel, can effectively multi-task while working in a high pressure/fast paced environment, highly developed attention to detail, highly organised with the ability to effectively communicate, and influence, personnel at all levels.

The role will work within a team of six Procurement personnel, who will provide the necessary support through effective collaboration, training, and development. The team attends regular social events to harbour great working relationships within the Procurement function.

You will also be required to develop strong relationships with internal stakeholders, improving business relations, and you’ll also need to establish effective relationships with external key stakeholders to ensure the needs of the business exceed expectation.

As a Direct Procurement Specialist you will:

· Through demonstration of good market insight, and the sourcing of goods and services required by the business within agreed project timescales, most cost effectively, meeting associated cost saving objectives and key stakeholder service levels requirements.

· In conjunction with relevant functional stakeholders, actively participate in supplier Key Process Indicator (KPIP) reviews, ensuring effective service levels and ongoing supplier management of Key Spend categories is maintained/developed.

· Perform all Procurement related activities including pre-qualification of suppliers, negotiating supplier product/service terms, conditions, quality of goods, deadlines, expectations, and pricing.

· Identify areas of continuous improvement, driving, and actively participating, in departmental projects from conception to completion, actively monitoring and measuring progress, enabling enhanced performance and business excellence.

· Effectively monitor and measure supplier performance, and resolve issues, and concerns by utilising the Procurement generated Balanced Scorecard approach.

· Analyse, manage and track the various Procurement platforms utilised in order to mitigate the commercial impact to the business, and optimise the supply chain, ensuring internal processes and procedures are developed, in conjunction with all stakeholders, where required.

· Manage Purchase Price Variances maintaining accurate purchase and pricing records while ensuring effective root cause analysis is applied to mitigate the risk of recurrence.

· Forecasting, tracking and reporting of UK cost saving activity on a monthly basis.

· Analyse industry and demand trends and support management with the development and implementation of sourcing Procurement Strategies.

· To be an instrumental force for increasing the use of more sustainable materials and packaging for products made in-house, and by third party manufacturers.

To be successful in this role you will have:

· Minimum 3 years proven work experience as a Direct Procurement Specialist, or similar role.

· Sound working knowledge of purchasing systems, processes and technologies.

· Approachable and flexible, able to adjust/flex to all situations and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

· Must be highly numerate, and possess excellent analytical, verbal and written skills.

· Excellent planning and organisational skills, ensuring appropriate admin taken care of in a timely manner.

· Already developed good Negotiation and Persuasion skills.

· Willingness to travel regularly between Southern UK sites on a regular basis.

· Proven ability to be self-motivated, and be self-sufficient in taking the lead and making proposals and/or decisions.

Desirable (but not required):

· Procurement experience from the Ventilation/HVAC industry.

· Experience of procurement strategic/process implementation.

· Experience within a multi-site manufacturing environment.

· MCIPS background, or similar.

What we can offer you:

• Salary: £35,000 – £40,000 (negotiable)

• Annual leave – 25 days plus 8 bank holidays

• Company Pension

• Ongoing training & development

• Onsite parking / good transport links

• Team and company social events

• Our site has vending machines for hot drinks and snacks, as well as kitchenette areas

• Discounted gym membership with Nuffield gym

• Discounts with national cinemas

• And much more to come!

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc.

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives:

We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting. CVs/Resumes submitted to any employee by a third-party agency and/or search firm without a valid written and signed search agreement, will become the sole property of the Volution Group Plc. No fee will be paid if a candidate is hired for this position as a result of an unsolicited agency or search firm referral.

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Regional Sales Manager – East Midlands – Electrical Wholesale – Volution Ventilation UK – Nottingham, England, United Kingdom (Remote)

About the job


Manrose Ventilation, part of Volution Ventilation UK, trades with all major UK electrical wholesalers. Manrose manufacture a full range of domestic extractor fans, ducting and Ventilation accessories. We also cover electric heating with panel heaters and hand driers in keeping with the heating and ventilation market.

At Volution Ventilation UK, our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably. Volution Ventilation UK is the UK division of Volution Group plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, and is a constituent of the FTSE250. We aim for our products to enhance customers’ experience of ventilation by reducing energy consumption, improving indoor air quality and design, and making them easier to use.

Job Profile:

As the Manrose Regional Sales Manager (East Midlands), you will be responsible for building relationships with Electrical wholesalers, Builders Merchants, Heating & Ventilation accounts, and OEM accounts (original equipment manufacturer), within the North East region including; Doncaster, Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Peterborough, and Cambridge.

You’ll be required to identify growth opportunities to increase sales within the region. You will have good rapport building skills and communication (verbal and written), drive to achieve company budgets and targets, and enjoy working under pressure.

Experience in the electrical wholesale/Builders Merchant market would be desirable. Previous sales experience working on a sales territory would be beneficial. Full Technical training will be given by our technical department with follow ups if required.

As a Regional Sales Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Business development (70%), market development and communications (30%)
  • Ability to plan and schedule a regular call pattern for all the accounts in the defined region.
  • Develop relationships with the key personnel within your customer base at the right level.
  • Work with developing the region and looking for new business within your channels.
  • Be able to work under pressure covering all your customers’ needs, to include all administrative requirements.
  • Present all the promotions to the trade to gain extra business and new listings.
  • Working to achieve all the budgets and targets set for each quarter.
  • Good knowledge with Excel, Outlook and the company reporting system Phocas (full training will be given).
  • Attend quarterly sales meetings.
  • Monthly reports to be produced and issued on time and accurately, showing development of the market.
  • Ensure you effectively communicate with the support teams at the Head Office.
  • Understand the needs to continually increase business knowledge and learn new skills through a combination of technical training and personal development.

To be successful in this role you will need:

  • 1-3 years of proven sales experience within Electrical Trade, Distribution, Wholesale industry would be desirable
  • Brand ambassador with gravitas, sound product knowledge and ability to build strong working relationships
  • Based within the region with accessible travel routes to meet clients (Doncaster, Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Peterborough, and Cambridge).
  • Industry experience would be beneficial (technical/ HVAC), but not essential as training will be provided.
  • Drive and determination to plan and reach targets.
  • A team player, with a flexible attitude to work
  • Ability to work under pressure, manage time effectively and stay organised in a fast-paced environment.
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications and CRM tools.
  • Driving license.

What we can offer you:

· Competitive salary depending on experience

· Quarterly Bonus scheme

· Company car with fuel card

· Mobile phone, tablet and laptop

· Annual leave – 25 days and bank holiday

· Pension – auto-enrolment into Company Scheme

· Discounts for supermarkets and retailers

· Employee Assistance Programme for financial, legal, well-being support

· Ongoing training & development

· Team and company social events

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

https://www.manrose.co.uk/

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting.

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Regional Sales Manager – North East – Electrical Wholesale – Volution Ventilation UK – Leeds, England, United Kingdom (Remote)

About the job


Manrose Ventilation, part of Volution Ventilation UK, trades with all major UK electrical wholesalers. Manrose manufacture a full range of domestic extractor fans, ducting and Ventilation accessories. We also cover electric heating with panel heaters and hand driers in keeping with the heating and ventilation market.

At Volution Ventilation UK, our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably. Volution Ventilation UK is the UK division of Volution Group plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, and is a constituent of the FTSE250. We aim for our products to enhance customers’ experience of ventilation by reducing energy consumption, improving indoor air quality and design, and making them easier to use.

Job Profile:

As the Manrose Regional Sales Manager (North East), you will be responsible for building relationships with Electrical wholesalers, Builders Merchants, Heating & Ventilation accounts, and OEM accounts (original equipment manufacturer), within the North East region including; Carlisle, Newcastle, Darlington, Harrogate, Leeds, York and Hull.

You’ll be required to identify growth opportunities to increase sales within the region. You will have good rapport building skills and communication (verbal and written), drive to achieve company budgets and targets, and enjoy working under pressure.

Experience in the electrical wholesale/Builders Merchant market would be desirable. Previous sales experience working on a sales territory would be beneficial. Full Technical training will be given by our technical department with follow ups if required.

As a Regional Sales Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Business development (70%), market development and communications (30%)
  • Ability to plan and schedule a regular call pattern for all the accounts in the defined region.
  • Develop relationships with the key personnel within your customer base at the right level.
  • Work with developing the region and looking for new business within your channels.
  • Be able to work under pressure covering all your customers’ needs, to include all administrative requirements.
  • Present all the promotions to the trade to gain extra business and new listings.
  • Working to achieve all the budgets and targets set for each quarter.
  • Good knowledge with Excel, Outlook and the company reporting system Phocas (full training will be given).
  • Attend quarterly sales meetings.
  • Monthly reports to be produced and issued on time and accurately, showing development of the market.
  • Ensure you effectively communicate with the support teams at the Head Office.
  • Understand the needs to continually increase business knowledge and learn new skills through a combination of technical training and personal development.

To be successful in this role you will need:

  • 1-3 years of proven sales experience within Electrical Trade, Distribution, Wholesale industry would be desirable
  • Brand ambassador with gravitas, sound product knowledge and ability to build strong working relationships
  • Based within the region with accessible travel routes to meet clients (Carlisle, Newcastle, Darlington, Harrogate, Leeds, York and Hull).
  • Industry experience would be beneficial (technical/ HVAC), but not essential as training will be provided.
  • Drive and determination to plan and reach targets.
  • A team player, with a flexible attitude to work
  • Ability to work under pressure, manage time effectively and stay organised in a fast-paced environment.
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications and CRM tools.
  • Driving license.

What we can offer you:

· Competitive salary depending on experience

· Quarterly Bonus scheme

· Company car with fuel card

· Mobile phone, tablet and laptop

· Annual leave – 25 days and bank holiday

· Pension – auto-enrolment into Company Scheme

· Discounts for supermarkets and retailers

· Employee Assistance Programme for financial, legal, well-being support

· Ongoing training & development

· Team and company social events

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

https://www.manrose.co.uk/

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting.

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Regional Sales Manager – Scotland – Electrical Wholesale Distribution – Volution Ventilation UK – Scotland, United Kingdom (On-site)

About the job


Title: Regional Sales Manager, Distribution

Location: Scotland

Reporting to: Sales Director – Distribution & Social Housing

Package: Competitive salary with annual salary reviews, Quarterly commission, Company car with fuel card, Mobile phone, tablet, and laptop, Annual leave – 25 days and bank holidays, Company Pension scheme.

Vent-Axia, part of Volution Group plc, improves the indoor environment by providing ventilation solutions across the Residential and Commercial New Build, Repair and Maintenance segments of the UK construction market with a focus in Private and Public housing, New Build developments and Commercial and Industrial buildings. The majority of Vent-Axia’s sales are in the UK, primarily through electrical wholesalers, contractors, developers and DIY retailers.

Job profile:

The Regional Sales Manager – Distribution – Scotland, will have responsibility for the development of Distributor accounts of both over the counter products and ventilation projects. This will include ensuring our Distributors have up to date point of sale to drive promotions. There will be a requirement to identify new distribution and growth opportunities to increase sales within the region.

You will be required to achieve annual sales targets, develop new and existing customer accounts and relationships, and attend site visits with customers. You will have proven business development experience, and outstanding communication and presentation skills are essential for this role.

As a Regional Sales Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Understand the need to identify different sales strategies for different product groups.
  • Develop relationships with the key personnel within your customer base at the right level.
  • Grow OTC sales by actively pushing and gaining promotional orders.
  • Grow project sales by engaging with customers and contractors and promoting the NV service
  • Always understand where you are tracking/need to be to achieve sales targets.
  • Attend and support customers during marketing events such as trade days or breakfast mornings.
  • To develop and implement market communications programs/campaigns, to support the target market share position
  • Understand the needs to continually increase business knowledge and learn new skills through a combination of training and personal development.
  • Ensure you effectively communicate with the support teams at the Head Office.
  • Monthly reports to be produced and issued on time and accurately to your manager showing development of the Electrical Wholesale market.
  • Managing customers’ expectations to ensure we meet/exceed deadlines.

To be successful in this role you will need:

  • Proven sales, business development and account management experience.
  • Based within the region.
  • 1 – 3 years’ sales experience preferred, and willingness to learn and develop.
  • Experience within the electrical wholesale industry or similar technical/manufacturing industry, would be desirable, training provided.
  • Grasps technical issues and can deliver solutions to suit the customers’ needs.
  • Understanding of building regulations desirable, training provided.
  • Takes full responsibility for business development (deliver key objectives and targets 70% of the role), market development and communications (30% of the role).
  • Territory management – must have a structured approach to ensure all account responsibility is covered.
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills.
  • Has a flexible approach to difficult concurrent work issues, and remains resilient whilst working with conflicting demands.
  • Driver’s License.

What we can offer you:

  • Salary dependent on experience.
  • Quarterly bonus
  • Fully expensed executive company car
  • Mobile phone, tablet and laptop
  • Annual leave – 25 days and bank holidays
  • Pension – auto-enrolment into Company Scheme
  • Ongoing training & development
  • Team and company social events
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Online discount platform for supermarkets and retailers

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

https://www.vent-axia.com/

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting. CVs/Resumes submitted to any employee by a third-party agency and/or search firm without a valid written and signed search agreement, will become the sole property of the Volution Group. No fee will be paid if a candidate is hired for this position as a result of an unsolicited agency or search firm referral.

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Facilities & HSE Officer – (1-3 years experience) – Volution Ventilation UK – Crawley, England, United Kingdom (On-site)

About the job


Title: Facilities and HSE Officer

Location: Crawley (RH10 9YX)

Working hours: Monday to Thursday 8.15am – 4.30pm, Friday 8.15am – 4pm

Reporting to: Operations Manager

Package: Competitive salary, Company Pension, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

Vent-Axia, part of Volution Ventlation UK, is a trusted brand renowned for long standing commitment to high quality, innovation, and excellence within the HVAC industry. Our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably. We are market leaders in residential and commercial ventilation solutions in the UK and across the globe.

Job profile:

As the HSE Officer, you will be responsible for leading the day to day overview of Health and Safety and Facilities on site at Crawley. This is a great opportunity for someone who has is passionate about HSE/ Facilities experience with the opportunity to be mentored and developed further with the view of building a management career within Facilities and HSE.

You will have some experience of health and safety, site maintenance, and environmental policies and be willing to learn and adapt to the requirements of the role and business. You will have the ability to prioritise and organise tasks effectively, and manage close working relationships with the Operations Manager (Crawley) and Group HSE Manager (Reading).

You will be required to maintain the site day to day, whilst selecting the most cost effective and reliable external companies, and approved list of suppliers, for the more sizable tasks.

You’ll take a lead in HSE, working closely with the Operations Manager to ensure that the site remains compliant whilst working towards being best in class for health and safety. You will be responsible for ensuring we remain compliant with Audit, Insurance and HSE requirements.

The role would be suitable for candidates with experience within manufacturing or a similar industry, has a basic level of Excel and Microsoft Office package, Teams etc. Experience of HS software and MIS systems would be an advantage.

As the Facilities & HSE Officer, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Be responsible for maintaining equipment on site by scheduling and auditing
  • Day to day maintenance of site itself, including service contracts
  • First aid equipment and process
  • Fire compliance
  • Regular equipment and area auditing
  • Writing of COSHH, risk assessments and safe systems of work
  • Raising of requisitions to purchase necessary equipment
  • Support moving towards ‘best in class’
  • Deliver HS training to staff
  • Work closely with occupational health to ensure all staff are monitored on an annual basis
  • Transitioning documentation from paper to digital traceability

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Minimum 1- 3 years in a comparable role
  • Trained in First Aid (IOSH or equivalent)
  • Health and Safety related qualifications would be advantageous
  • Understanding of environmental legislation
  • Strong organization skills and a good work ethic
  • Ability to manage time effectively, being a self-starter
  • Can work under pressure, and is highly organised, an ability to prioritize being of particular importance

Desirable (but not required):

  • Experience of lean manufacturing methods (e.g. 5s/6s)
  • Previous experience of similar IT systems with requisition/purchasing functions

What we can offer you: Please add any additional benefits here in line with role/ level.

• Competitive salary dependent on experience

• Annual leave – 25 days plus bank holidays

• Company Pension

• Employee Assistance Programme

• Online discount platform for supermarkets and retailers

• Ongoing training & development

• Onsite parking / good transport links

• Team and company social events

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

https://www.vent-axia.com/

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting.

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Business Analyst (including special projects) – Volution Ventilation UK – Crawley, England, United Kingdom (On-site)

About the job


Title: Business Analyst

Hours of work: Monday-Thursday 8.45am – 4.55pm, Friday 8.45am – 4.25pm

Location: Crawley, with travel in UK and internationally

Reporting to: Volution Group Financial Controller

Package: Salary negotiable depending on experience, Private Healthcare, 25 days annual leave, Company pension (employer 5.5%), EAP, Discount platform for supermarkets and high street retailers.

At Volution Group plc, our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably.

Volution Group plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE250 index. We have legal entities or business operations in 14 countries. We seek to grow via both organic means and acquisitions, and have completed more than 20 acquisitions in the past 10 years.

Role Profile:

We have a fantastic opportunity for a financial professional looking to expand their experience in a newly created role, as a Business Analyst in the Volution Group Finance team.

The Business Analyst will have a key role working across functions and across our UK and international businesses to help continue our sustainable growth story.

Areas of responsibility will include;

  • Acquisitions and due diligence
  • Integration of new businesses
  • Analysing the performance of businesses within the Group
  • Preparing information for Board, Interim and Annual Reports
  • Control assessments and reviews

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Have an Accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA), or almost qualified
  • Have advanced Microsoft Office skills (specifically Excel) and ability to interpret large amounts of financial data and provide meaningful insights
  • Have a continuous improvement mind-set.
  • Be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, able to adapt to change and to prioritise workload.
  • Enjoy working in small teams

Desirable, but not essential:

  • Experience with Acquisitions and due diligence
  • Experience in a group company
  • Experience in an international business
  • Experience in manufacturing

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

Equal opportunities: All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc.

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting.

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Procurement Buyer – Volution Ventilation UK – Swindon, England, United Kingdom (On-site)

About the job


Title: Procurement Buyer

Hours of work: Monday-Thursday 0730hrs – 1630hrs & Friday 0730hrs – 1245hrs

Location: Swindon (Westmead)

Reporting into: Supply Chain Manager, and Group Procurement

Package: Salary negotiable depending on experience, 25 days annual leave, Company pension (employer 5.5%), EAP, Discount platform for supermarkets and high street retailers.

Torin – Sifan Ltd, part of Volution Group plc, designs and manufactures highly efficient AC and EC motors, motorised impellers, and fans for the residential and commercial HVAC manufacturing markets worldwide.

Job Profile:

As a Procurement Buyer you will be supporting the delivery and implementation of supply chain strategies that significantly improve supply performance. You will also have a dotted reporting line into Group Procurement and act as the local procurement champion. (Your time will be dedicated to 60% Buying and 40% Procurement activities).

You will be responsible for raising project and direct purchase orders, negotiating prices & contracts with suppliers, optimization of inventories, stock availability to meet customer demand, and cost down activities. You’ll ensure the purchasing schedules meet the business production demands.

You will be confident in developing strong and effective supplier relationships. Contribute to supplier performance management and maintain a suite of KPIs to measure and challenge quality, cost, and delivery performance.

You’ll contribute to an inventory strategy to improve inventory turns to optimise working capital. Ensure all negotiated gains and cost savings are tracked, measured, and delivered.

Working within a team of 7 Buyers, and your key internal customers will be Planning, Production, Engineering.

As a Procurement Buyer your responsibilities will include:

  • Assume ownership and accountability of purchasing activities in dynamic project teams.
  • Own the engineering change requests (ECR) and concession activity in relation to the sourcing function.
  • Ability to produce, organise and analyse data from the ERP system to be able to plan and purchase goods in a timely and cost-effective manner to support the project demands, production plan, delivery of customer orders in full and inventory targets.
  • Assume ownership and maintain full awareness of market changes that impact parts availability and pricing within the manufacturing and engineering business.
  • Manage the NPD and ensure smooth transition from old to new (Run in, Run out) of purchased parts.
  • New supplier review and negotiation and benchmarking of prices to ensure the supply base remains competitive
  • Drive cost reduction and quality improvements
  • Conduct quarterly supplier performance reviews and maintain performance KPIs for key Suppliers.
  • Process purchase orders using the ERP system outputs and investigate and manage supplier delivery dates and any issues
  • Optimisation of inventories and working capital

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Minimum of 2 of years in a similar Procurement/ Buyer role
  • Have a CIPS qualification or be working towards.
  • Experience of working within the manufacturing/ engineering/ electrical industry would be desirable
  • Ability to read technical drawings would be advantageous
  • Knowledge of ERP systems (Epicor) and be able to produce, organise and analyse data.
  • Confidence and ability to create, negotiate, and review basic supply agreements, including benchmarking the imported global supply chain to ensure they remain competitive.
  • Understand the supply chain’s influence on working capital investment and to review and keep control of inventory data parameters, hence keeping stock and the company’s cash flow under control.
  • Ability to report and manage a supplier’s performance against KPIs whilst still maintaining good supplier relationships
  • A good understanding of foreign exchange & world commodity markets.
  • Confidence and ability to manage stress in the event of supply chain exceptions

What we can offer you:

  • Competitive salary depending on experience
  • Annual leave – 25 days and bank holiday
  • Pension – auto-enrolment into Company Scheme
  • Discounts for supermarkets and retailers
  • Employee Assistance Programme for financial, legal, well-being support
  • Ongoing training & development

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

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Equal opportunities: All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc.

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives: We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting.

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Credit Controller – Volution Ventilation UK – Reading, England, United Kingdom (On-site)

About the job


Volution Ventilation UK is a market leader in residential and commercial ventilation systems; our purpose is to provide healthy indoor air, sustainably. We are closely aligned with environmental, health, regulatory and consumer developments that are reshaping the world’s expectation of how we live life indoors.

Job Profile:

As a Credit Controller within our Accounts Receivable team, you will effectively manage and control a designated section of the Sales Ledger in all aspects of Credit Control.

You’ll have previous experience within credit control, ideally from a manufacturing background but not essential, and will be familiar with customers issuing debit notes

As a Credit Controller, you will:

  • Take complete responsibility for a designated section of the Sales Ledger, as assigned and modified from time to time by your manager, manage debit to agreed targets.
  • Ensure that all monies due to the company are paid in accordance with agreed credit terms. Chase all accounts in accordance with company policy and maintain accurate records.
  • Handle disputed items (credit notes), including product returns in conjunction with the Returns team and negotiate to obtain payment within agreed terms.
  • Regularly review, amend and maintain the integrity of customer information held on the database in respect of addresses and support for credit limits.
  • Identify changes in payment patterns and propose action to avert indebtedness and to minimize risks to the company.
  • Complete account reconciliations to company deadlines.
  • Provide input into cash forecast and conclude monthly processing and ensure all other reporting deadlines are met.

Key knowledge, skills, and experience you will need to succeed:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a busy Credit Control department using a computerized system (Sage, SAP, Oracle, Kerridge, JDE, Epicor), and handling a large number of accounts.
  • Excellent telephone manner with the ability to “get results” whilst maintaining cordial relationships with key internal and external customers.
  • Ability to recognize potential risks to the business and judge when they should be escalated.
  • Ensure that deadlines are adhered to and personal workload managed, with self-motivation and good communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in the use of PC software applications including Microsoft Excel and Word. Training will be provided for internal software systems.

What we can offer you:

  • Competitive salary and monthly bonus
  • Annual leave – 25 days plus 8 bank holidays
  • Ongoing training & development
  • Onsite parking / good transport links
  • Pension
  • Team and company social events
  • Our site has vending machines for hot drinks and snacks, as well as kitchenette areas
  • Discounted gym membership with Nuffield gym
  • Discounts with national cinemas
  • And much more to come!

We believe this is an exciting opportunity to carve out a fulfilling career with the Volution Group, and we look forward to receiving your CV.

You can learn more about us here; https://www.volutiongroupplc.com/about-us/

Equal opportunities:

All current employees and potential employees are provided equal employment opportunities by Volution Group Plc.

Notice to Agency and Search Firm Representatives:

We are not accepting unsolicited CVs/resumes from agencies and/or search firms for this job posting. CVs/Resumes submitted to any employee by a third-party agency and/or search firm without a valid written and signed search agreement, will become the sole property of the Volution Group Plc. No fee will be paid if a candidate is hired for this position as a result of an unsolicited agency or search firm referral.

Apply now










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