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Are you looking to join a company that is exciting and on the move? Maybe a company that is continuously expanding throughout Europe due to innovation and success? Then now is the time to join us! Here at Tricel, we give you the tools and support to ensure you master all the latest industry skills and grow in your chosen profession. Enjoy a vibrant, multicultural and collaborative work environment with competitive benefits and a thriving social scene.

If you are a confident self-starter who enjoys staying up to date with the latest industry practices and making significant and impactful contributions to an organisation, then we could be what you are searching for. Join our team at Tricel and gain invaluable experience in the global business. Whether you are an experienced professional, or just starting out, we could be the perfect next step for you.

View our available positions below, and if one is a fit for you, submit a resume with a cover letter today!

Please see below for a list of the current vacancies at Tricel:

IRELAND 

Accounts Assistant - Finol (Dublin)

Accounts Assistant

Finol Oils offer lubricant products across a wide range of industries including, automotive, commercial, agriculture, construction, marine, motorcycle, industrial and food production.  In 2015 Tricel acquired Finol Oils Ltd. Tricel is a global provider of high-performance solutions for the Water, Environmental, Construction and Materials industries.  Details of group activities can be viewed at www.tricel.eu and details of Finol can be found at www.finol.ie

Finol is currently recruiting for the following permanent position:

 Accounts Assistant

Finol are currently seeking an Accounts Assistant based in our office in Crumlin.  The role holder will work directly with senior management within the finance function of the business. The candidate will be joining a small dynamic team, in a fast-paced environment.

Responsibilities will cover the day to day functions of accounts receivable and accounts payable and the candidate will assist in the preparations of monthly management accounts. The role will also require giving support to other areas of the business when needed.

 Main responsibilities will include: 

  • Banking, including reconciliation and cash flow
  • Processing customer payments
  • Debtor reporting
  • Direct Debit processing and management
  • Purchase invoice reconciliation and processing
  • Supplier payment processing
  • Monthly journal processing
  • Accruals and Prepayments
  • Fixed Asset depreciation
  • Assist with annual audit file and budget preparations
  • Ad hoc duties

 

Qualifications and Skills: 

  • IATI qualification or above
  • 3 years plus relevant experience in a similar accounts role
  • Excellent IT skills, particularly MS Excel
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Organisational skills with precise attention to detail
  • Time management skills that serve to meet all deadlines
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Salary will be dependent on experience and qualifications.

Please apply with CV and cover letter by Friday, August 30, to [email protected]

Tricel is an equal opportunities employer.

UNITED KINGDOM 

Team Leader - Tricel Gloucester (Stonehouse)

Title:              Team Leader

Location:      Tricel, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire

Reporting to: Production Manager

Tricel (Gloucester) manufactures a number of products for the U.K market & this element of the Tricel group is a highly-experienced manufacturer of composite products and has developed a unique range that is used worldwide. These products are certified by government bodies and utility companies alike.

We excel in the innovation of composites design, supplying leading manufacturers in the construction, automotive, rail, defence, aeronautical, civil and road safety sectors. Furthermore, we are also a leading provider of mains drainage solutions, supplying septic tanks, sewage treatment plants and pump stations throughout the UK.

The role

The Team Leader provides a key role within the manufacturing function of the Company and the role is responsible for supervising factory employees & managing the daily jobs and workload.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for supervising and motivating the factory team to ensure all tasks are completed in line with the production plan;
  • Implementation of the daily jobs list and workload schedule to ensure delivery dates and targets are met;
  • Responsible for completing the required paperwork on a daily basis;
  • Responsible for ensuring that H&S is adhered to at all times, reporting any incidents to the Production Manager or Quality Manager;
  • Ensure all Company policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, reporting any issues to the Production Manager;
  • Identify any training requirements and assisting with the training of new factory employees;
  • Identify any improvements within the Factory & suggesting these to management;
  • A key part of the monthly stock take process;
  • Daily communication with management, reporting any issues which have arisen;
  • Any other duties as assigned by the management team, in order to meet the needs of the business.

Preferred Skills

  • Previous supervisory / training experience.
  • Upbeat, ‘can-do’ attitude.
  • Excellent communication skills.

 

Working hours: Monday to Friday: 6am-2:30pm & 2:30pm-11:00pm on a 1-week rotating cycle. Starting rate £11.20 p/hour plus 18% shift allowance equating to £13.21 per hour.

 

 

 

 

Manufacturing Manager – Tricel Gloucester (Stonehouse)

Location: Stonehouse  

Tricel (Gloucester) manufactures a number of products for the U.K market & this element of the Tricel group is a highly-experienced manufacturer of composite products and has developed a unique range that is used worldwide. These products are certified by government bodies and utility companies alike

We excel in the innovation of composites design, supplying leading manufacturers in the construction, civils and road safety sectors.

 

The Role

The Manufacturing Manager is responsible for ensuring all activities are conducted in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner and that customer requirements are met on time by providing strong leadership and delivering on key objectives.

We are looking for a strong leader with a background in Manufacturing, who has experience of delivering cultural change within the workplace and who can champion continuous improvement and lean initiatives

This involves the planning of current activities whilst constantly seeking improvements throughout the supply process. Ensuring KPI’s are in place and that production targets are met for all activities of the business and that costs are managed in-line with budgets and current activity levels;

The Manufacturing Manager will manage a core production team of around 45 people, and has 4 direct reports.

 

Responsibilities

  • Overall responsibility for all Health and Safety for employees on site;
  • Responsible for providing strong and effective leadership and driving change in line with Group policies & procedures;
  • Management of employee issues, including; performance appraisals with all direct reports, making recommendations for change;
  • Identify skills gaps and training needs, ensuring that any gaps are managed appropriately;
  • Monitoring KPI’s to ensure high customer service, efficiency and continuous improvement;
  • Driving Lean initiatives, which have been identified within the production process, in order to develop a process of continuous improvement;
  • Implementing and supporting Group changes to drive the business forward;
  • Control of all manufacturing costs;
  • Overall responsibility for the planning function and inventory accuracies;
  • Overseeing the Logistics, purchasing and dispatch team to ensure goods are dispatched on time & correctly;
  • Flexibility to travel to other Group sites, including Head office in Ireland.

 

Skills and Experience

  • A proven track record of successfully managing people at a supervisory and/or management level;
  • Leadership & Change Management;
  • Planning;
  • Problem Solving;
  • Teamwork;
  • Lean champion;
  • Commercial Awareness;
  • Ability to work under pressure.

 

Personal Attributes

  • “Can do” attitude;
  • Excellent communicator and interpersonal skills;
  • Organised;
  • Attention to detail;

 

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please submit your up-to-date curriculum vitae with an accompanying cover letter detailing

your suitability for the position via e-mail to [email protected]

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

 

 

 

Accounts Administration Assistant - Dewey Waters (Weston-super-mare)

Accounts Administration Assistant

Location: Dewey Waters Ltd (Weston-super-mare)

Job Purpose

The Accounts Administration Assistant role is predominately purchase ledger and assisting with the preparation of monthly management accounts playing a vital role in supporting the finance function.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Purchase Ledger including paying suppliers via Bacs;
  • Payment of expenses;
  • General Ledger Management including some month end processing;
  • Bank Reconciliation;
  • Supplier statement reconciliation;
  • Supporting the payroll function;
  • Preparing month end reports;
  • General accounting duties to support the team;
  • Sales Ledger – raising invoices and allocating client payments;
  • Interdepartmental cover as required including credit checking clients and setting credit limits;
  • Any other duties as assigned, to support the Company.

 

Qualifications/Skills

  • Good all-round accounting knowledge;
  • Competent usage of Microsoft Excel and Word;
  • Ideally, but not essentially, a background in ERP processing;
  • Knowledge of Sage 50 Payroll;
  • Dependable with an ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team;
  • Independent thinking and ability to use initiative;
  • Experience of working in and improving upon, a customer focused environment;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Knowledge of CIS;

 

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please submit your up-to-date curriculum vitae with an accompanying cover letter detailing

your suitability for the position via e-mail to [email protected]

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

 

All interested candidates are welcome to forward their curriculum vitae to the following email with a covering letter to the below address.

Ireland & France – Colette O’Donoghue

HR Manager, HR Department,
Tricel, Ballyspillane Industrial Estate, Killarney, Co. Kerry.
Email: [email protected] 

 

United Kingdom – Laura Haigh

HR Business Partner, HR Department, Tricel, Fox House, Stonedale Road, Gloucestershire, GL10 3SA, United Kingdom.
Email: [email protected]
www.uk.tricel.eu

 

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Why join us?

 

  • As an organisation, we believe collaboration is key to the development of valuable insights and highly innovative solutions. To achieve this, we promote a fast-paced and exciting work setting which utilises and builds upon your business insight and perspective.
  • Tricel is fundamentally committed to the growth, career development and workplace satisfaction of each of our employees and fully understand the high-value role that every individual can play in the future of this company.
  • Our goal is to hire professionals and help them become the business leaders of tomorrow.