Rewards and benefits

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We recognise the importance of our people in bringing our high standards to life. As well as competitive salaries, we offer an exciting range of rewards and benefits.


Personal Development


  • As our teams develop, so does our organisation, so there is a big emphasis on mentoring and support – and on helping with your career aspirations.
  • We employ a Learning and Development Manager to drive this important area.
  • Depending on your role, you could have regular personal development reviews.

Training


  • Everyone here gets the chance to do some training and, depending on your role, this could include on the job training, vocational course to develop your technical skills, professional qualifications or short courses and more.
  • To help us develop our training programmes, we have a dedicated training manager. We also have our own training centre.
  • Our employees can also use the company’s elearning platform with hundreds of short-course options to choose from.

Career opportunities in the UK and around the world


  • Depending on your role, career moves across the UK and around the world through our parent company, the Etex Group, can be a real option.
  • Even if you don’t want to move, many roles involve liaising with professionals doing the same or complementary roles in other Etex Group companies so you can share knowledge and best practice and even work on joint projects.

Benefits


These are benefits for everyone who works here. There may be others depending on your role.

  • Basic holiday entitlement of 26 days per year
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Pension scheme (to which we also contribute)
  • Healthcare
  • Confidential Employee Assistance Helpline

Five more exciting benefits
  • A modern organisation – Depending on your role, you could be working with the new technologies and practices we embrace to help us drive our business forward.
  • Strong leadership – Providing clear direction for our business. Our management is very influential and well respected in the industry.
  • A real team ethic – You can benefit by learning from and sharing best practice with colleagues within departments, within the company and within the worldwide Etex Group.
  • A responsible organisation – Health and safety is absolutely key and there are many practices, procedures and training programmes in place to make it happen.
  • An active social life – We believe in having fun too, with many departmental teams organising their own events and outings. We work with local communities and are keen to promote activities in aid of a number of charities.

Hear what people think about working at Marley Eternit.

Latest Vacancies

Process Operator s Hand Fittings

Closing Date: 20.10.2017

We are currently looking for a Process Operator.Reporting to the Shift Manager the Process Operators Role is to safely operate production machinery as part of a team ensuring that daily production and quality targets are met.The Process Operator will work shifts as appropriate to suit the needs of the business.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

To be able to operate all sections of the production plant and to produce and pack fittings by hand.To comply with all safety requirements i.e. uphold the company safety policy.To comply with and maintain the company quality standards and requirements.To fully understand and be able to operate all sections of the plant to ensure daily production and quality targets are met.

Minimise waste, recycle where appropriate and comply with the Company Environmental Policy.To maintain good housekeeping in designated areas.

To be available for progressive training in key skill areas.To identify and report potential problems with the production facility.To attend daily production meetings and other meetings as appropriate.To show a flexible approach to varying work activities.To participate in Continuous Improvement projects when required.To participate in and help to improve the 5S standards in your designated area.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

The Process Operator must be capable of being part of a mixed skill team in a high pressure, safety driven, production environment.You should be capable of working safely on your own initiative.The Process Operator will be capable of operating a minimum of 3 key sections of the production plant on completion of appropriate training.

The job holder must be conversant with the Company Health and Safety and Environmental policies and act responsibly at all times.The job holder is expected to identify and report production and process problems at an early stage in order to avert major downtime.Good communication with Maintenance Supervisors, Maintenance Technicians, and the Shift Managers is essential, as well as with the rest of the production team.

A flexible approach to working requirements is expected to ensure adequate cover to meet production demands, this may require undertaking tasks that are out of your production area.At times the job holder may need to travel away from site for training or other requirements.A flexible approach to overtime working and shift working will be required.

Since the Process Operator will work closely with the production machinery, it is expected that the job holder will be able to understand the fundamental workings of the plant.However, an aptitude for working with automatic production systems and man machine interfaces is essential.In addition a desire to work as part of a team to achieve a common goal must be demonstrated.

To apply for this position please send a covering letter, CV to: careers@marleyeternit.co.uk post to HR Careers, Marley Eternit, Lichfield Road, Burton-On-Trent, DE14 3HD.

Health and Safety Administrator - Fixed Term Contract x 12 months

Closing Date: 08.11.2017

Job Profile: The role of the H&S Administrator will provide administrative and clerical functions in relation to the day to day running of the central Health and Safety department. This role requires a strong administrator, ideally with experience and/or qualifications from within the H&S environment. However the key skills here are to work in support of the H&S function using strong administration, project and organisational skills.

Key Responsibilities:

To receive, acknowledge, investigate and process claims within the required timelines.

Arrange mandatory and tailored health and safety training for staff

Carry out monthly inspections for first aid provision, replenishing stock as required.

Assist with the reporting of accidents, near misses and dangerous occurrences, chasing corrective actions and making improvement suggestions

assist with the emergency response exercises and drills and maintain records

Organise the first aid and fire safety team meetings

Arrange the health and safety committee meetings and monthly H&S meetings, issuing the agenda, taking and distributing minutes and tracking any actions

Assist with employee and contractor health and safety inductions

Support the Health and Safety Officer with the implementation and review of company policies, templates and safety information

Help promote a positive health and safety culture, leading by example by demonstrating and endorsing safe working practices

Assist in researching new health and safety products, suppliers and providers

Nature and Scope

Knowledge and experience within a Health and Safety environment with a strong, proven background within a similar administrative support position is desirable.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to build and maintain working relationships.

Proactive and motivated with a talent to investigate, resolve and/or escalate issues and requirements.

Strong IT skills including MS word, excel and Power Point and an ability to quickly learn SAP and web based systems.

The H&S Administrator will be conscientious and meticulous in their approach to performing daily records and duties.

Will be keen to learn and will benefit from training to acquire the specific technical knowledge required for the role. Comply with company health and safety policy and play an active role in ensuring the welfare of others.

Qualifications: IOSH Certificated advantageous. NVQ Level 2 Business Administration or equivalent. First aider and fire marshal experience would be helpful

The company reserves the right to make changes and update the job description in consultation with the job holder. Full-time 36.5 hours per week, regular working days Monday to Friday. The role is offered as 1 year fixed term contract initially, covering a period of maternity leave within this small team.

Marley Eternit places the highest priority on employee safety and employees will be expected to work safely at all times, proactively contributing to the continued improvement in health and safety performance.

To apply for this position please send your CV to careers@marleyeternit.co.uk or post to HR Careers, Marley Eternit, Lichfield Road, Burton-On-Trent, DE14 3HD.

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