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We have manufacturing and distribution facilities in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, employ 150 staff ranging from designers, estimators, project managers, site managers, production operatives, accounts, purchasing and installation fitters.

We have a division in Fife to service our Scottish clients and projects. Everyone at Deanestor shares a real passion for delivering quality furniture solutions and our customers are central to everything we do.

 

We are always interested in hearing from self-motivated people, so if you are looking for a new opportunity, please send your CV to us.

 

Can’t find the role that you’re looking for? Please submit your CV if you would like us to consider your application for any future vacancies.

 

Please be aware that due to the amount of speculative CV’s we receive, we are unable to respond to each individual application or give specific feedback.

Apprentice Stores Controller - Manufacturing

Mansfield

We are looking for a competent and diligent Apprentice Stores Person to join Deanestor Limited, the market leader for undertaking specialist furniture subcontracts in the Healthcare and Education sector.

 

The preferred candidate will have some previous experience of working within a manufacturing environment, however if this is not the case of the ideal candidate on the job training will be given. You will be working as part of a team and will be reporting into the Production Manager

 

As the Apprentice Stores Person you will be:

 

  • involved in loading and unloading vehicles;
  • receive and count in deliveries via manual handling and the use of pallet trucks;
  • receipt goods into stock;
  • and book materials out of stock.

 

You will:

 

  • be computer literate;
  • be able to work, after a period of time, using their own initiative;
  • assisting in the receipt, checking, location and movements of stock, both in and out, using the stock movement system to maintain a high level of accuracy at all times; 
  • housekeeping, ensuring that all areas, both in the store and communal colleague areas are clean and adhere to clear floor policy and Health and Safety requirements;
  •  to carry out any other duties as deemed necessary to fulfil the job role.
     

Day to day duties will involve: 
 

  • creating new stock numbers;
  • issuing goods from Stores; 
  • monitoring Stores inventory; 
  • recording goods received; 
  • checking product quantity and quality or incoming goods against orders; 
  • process invoices and delivery requisitions;
  • unpacking delivered goods and placing into stores. 
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Production Operative

Walesby/ East Drayton

We are looking for temporary production operatives to work at our East Drayton & Walesby facilities.

 

If successful, you will be joining a forward thinking Company with great prospects for your personal development and a commitment to rewarding those that help it achieve its success.

 

Role and Responsibilities

Working to high standards of safety and quality, your remit will be the achievement of agreed target levels of productivity, the visual checking and packing of product off the line and the effective use of raw materials.  You will also be expected to use proven fault finding techniques and to contribute to the continuous improvement of the manufacturing process in order to maintain and improve standards.

 

Key Tasks

 

  • Picking & packing goods.
  • Checking paperwork against order.
  • Manual Handling and Heavy Lifting.
  • Unloading, loading and storage of goods.
  • Following work plan accurately.
  • Cleaning, Sweeping & keeping warehouse tidy.
  • Following Health and Safety related policies and procedures, reporting any issues.
  • Carrying out any other ad-hoc duties required

 

Skills & Attributes

  • Positive can-do attitude.
  • Ability to physically lift and move heavy objects (meets H&S).
  • Ability to work as part of a team within a fast-paced environment.
  • FLT Licence desirable

 

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Site Managers

Scotland / Wales / England

We are looking for a Site Managers to join Deanestor, the market leader for undertaking specialist furniture subcontracts in the Healthcare and Education sector. In return, we offer an excellent basic package of 22 days annual leave, plus statutory holidays, a contributory pension scheme and a competitive salary.

If successful, you will be joining a forward thinking Company with great prospects for your personal development and a commitment to rewarding those that help it achieve its success.

 

Job Purpose: 

Responsible for the overall swift, efficient delivery and installation of furniture to agreed specifications and customer satisfaction. To include the overall direction, coordination, implementation, control and completion of specific projects ensuring consistency with the Deanestor’s strategy, commitments and goals.

 

Dimensions: 

Your role will be to ensure that all installation products arrive correctly onto site ready for the Company's installation team to fit. You will be liaising with Project Managers on progress and will be a point of contact to resolve any technical issues that may arise. A key part of your role will be to ensure that all products are installed correctly and to specification and that all relevant paperwork is processed on time.

 

Must be willing to work from away from home due to the frequent travelling requirements of the role, also with weekend work and occasional night shifts depending on individual project requirements.

 

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Accountable for daily work orders and updating progress to the Group Installation Manager throughout the week
  • Team management including handling team roster and completion of paperwork including H&S requirements
  • Delivering a superior customer service level at all times
  • Organise and manage team workload and time onsite effectively
  • Attend and keep current training and in-house workshops as directed by Management

 

Nature and Scope: 

Working under the Group Installations Manager’s guidance to successfully undertake all assigned daily tasks and duties while maintaining all necessary Health & Safety requirements. This will include problem solving on site. Adequate pre-planning is necessary to achieve goals set by Management. Ability to handle an installation without escalating is a key aspect of the job.

 

As Site Manager:

  • You will be responsible for all aspects of the installation works including Health & Safety, quality and progress
  • You will be expected to attend all Site meetings and produce relevant documentation that aligns with the specific requirements
  • You will be responsible for any approved sub-contractors ensuring deliveries etc. are requested in a timely manner, site cleanliness is adhered too and installation is on programme
  • Responsible for the effective control of all site activities

 

Skills & Attributes:

  • Good communication skills
  • Knowledge of Fieldview/BIM360
  • Excel
  • Problem solving skills
  • Commercial awareness
  • Ability to motivate others
  • Team working skills
  • Leadership
  • Logistics
  • Job involves heavy manual labour
  • Driven self-starting attitude
  • Carpentry experience desired
  • Full driving licence
  • Undergo clients vetting process
  • The right to work in UK

 

Key Competencies:

  • Operational and situational awareness
  • Reliable, well-mannered and hard-working
  • Prepared to work flexible, long hours
  • Team management
  • Customer service oriented
  • Following safety guidelines
  • Initiative and accountability
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