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Care
Respect, safety, the best for everyone
Innovation
Do it better, growth mindset, appetite for change
Get Things Done
In the right way, when we said we would, think first and find a solution
Quality
Pride in our work, planning to succeed, work done in full and on time, without reworks
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Positive, communicate, work with others

We are a fun, passionate and lively group of innovators that love a challenge. With a relentless drive to deliver the best, we work together as an unbeatable team, recognising the best in everyone. We are growing fast. Join us on our journey into the future…

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Production Leadership Support
Production
Hemel Hempstead, UK

If you are a fit for this role, you will be 100% aligned with our core values as they underlie everything we do. They are:

  • CARE (Respect, safety, the best for everyone)
  • QUALITY (Pride in our work, planning to succeed, work done in full & on time without reworks)
  • GET THINGS DONE (In the right way, when we said we would, think first/find a solution)
  • TEAM PLAYER (Positivity, communicate, work with others)
  • INNOVATION (Do it better, growth mindset, appetite for change)

This role is part of the Production leadership team and will involve supporting this team and cell leaders in achieving daily, weekly, monthly and annual targets, assisting with the duties of the Leadership Team, as well as supporting the growth of the Business. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Support of agency management, daily communication on staff requirements and absences
  • Cover for cell leader annual leave in Production
  • Risk assessment management, including reviewing existing and writing new ones, as well as communication and sign offs with staff
  • Management and delivery of Tool Box Talks
  • Management of online H&S programme with all factory staff, ensuring courses are completed and we are compliant
  • Ownership of contractors on site, work permits and completion of works. New starter inductions and supporting management of our suppliers
  • Supporting emergency machine breakdowns with communications to manufacturers
  • Supporting staff training with writing and auditing of training information guides, the Training Matrix and process audits
  • Leading and supporting continuous improvement initiatives such as 5S, problem solving, quality and Lean management
  • Daily sign-offs of equipment and management of repairs with suppliers/engineers
  • Assisting Leadership Team in any required areas that become priority

Essential Key Skills and Capabilities Required

  • Able to manage multiple projects, use own initiative and take on responsibility
  • Great communicator to lead and coordinate a team, train others, empower others
  • Strong health & safety awareness & continuous improvement focussed
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to changes to honour our commitments to both internal and external customers
  • Proficient in Microsoft programmes, particularly excel and powerpoint
  • Able to communicate well at all levels, cultured and adhere to Core Values

Preferred Skills

  • Yellow belt in Six Sigma
  • Experience of leading teams
  • Experience of training others
  • Lean manufacturing experience
  • Supplier management experience
  • Engineering experience
  • IOSH or Nebosh H&S certified
  • FLT Trainer (with a recognised British organisation)
  • Warehouse & Production experience
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Stock Controller
Purchasing
Hemel Hempstead, UK

If you are a fit for this role, you will be 100% aligned with our core values as they underlie everything we do. They are:

  • CARE (Respect, safety, the best for everyone)
  • QUALITY (Pride in our work, planning to succeed, work done in full & on time without reworks)
  • GET THINGS DONE (In the right way, when we said we would, think first/find a solution)
  • TEAM PLAYER (Positivity, communicate, work with others)
  • INNOVATION (Do it better, growth mindset, appetite for change)

About you

We are looking to recruit a Stock Controller to join our dynamic procurement team; the successful candidate will encompass the following key skills and capabilities:

  • Experience in stock control and purchasing within a manufacturing business
  • Ability to work within deadlines in a very fast paced environment and thrive under pressure
  • Experience working in a high growth business
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Knowledge of furniture and the manufacturing industry
  • CIPS qualification would be advantageous

So, what will you be doing?

  • Managing our vast stock inventory and components for our projects.
  • Building and maintaining our strong supplier relationships, ensuring we receive reliable service and on time deliveries
  • Negotiating the best prices on all products and exploring cost saving initiatives wherever possible
  • Reconciling the stock valuation at the monthly stock counts (comparing stock records to live count)
  • Managing of re-order levels and re-order triggers, liaising with the warehouse and production teams to set up optimum stock levels- taking into account; warehousing, working capital, seasonal demands and price.
  • Working closely with the procurement coordinator, to ensure your order requirements are met
  • Researching and using all available resources to foresee potential out of stock situations, including exploring the changing market trends, liaising with sales to find out what they’re quoting and assessing seasonal variation
  • Staying up to date with suppliers and global market situations that could impact lead times or pricing on key stocked items
  • Exploring and analysing new supplier options, ensuring that they can fully meet our needs
  • Setting up stock levels and initiating appropriate processes for new products
  • Overseeing all product related assessments and schemes, eg ISO14001, FSC
  • Updating the warehouse team weekly with accurate delivery forecasts
  • Any other tasks as requested by management team

What does success look like?

  • Reduce non-conformances arising from stock purchasing
  • Maintain a goods in on time (minimum of 5 days before install) score of 95% for your area
  • Keep stock purchases within project budgets (total project purchasing costs over total revenue)
  • Complete an accurate stock take valuation by 14th of the month, every month

 Do you think you sound like a match? Please don't hesitate to get in touch- we'll be glad to hear from you!

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CAD Technician
Operations
Hemel Hempstead, UK

About you

We are looking to recruit a CAD Technician to join our dynamic Operations team!  The successful candidate will encompass the following key skills and capabilities:

  • To be proficient in the use of Autodesk Inventor and Microsoft Word & Excel
  • To be able to demonstrate an in-depth and wide-ranging knowledge of cabinet and furniture making including construction techniques, materials, and finishes.
  • To be able to demonstrate an understand of the applications, techniques and limitations associated with the use of MFC, Laminates, veneers and upholstery in furniture and joinery construction.
  • To be able to demonstrate a good knowledge of the integration of metal work, AV systems, M&E and appliances.
  • To have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work as part of a team and independently.
  • To be able to demonstrate a commitment to good practice and to pro-actively develop your own skills and knowledge
  • To have excellent communication and written skills, numerical skills, and IT skills
  • To have the ability to work under pressure and within deadlines
  • To have a keen eye for detail and a meticulous and thorough working strategy
  • To be polite, reliable, and flexible.

So, what will you be doing?

  • 3D modelling in Inventor and creating workable manufacture and assembly drawings of a predetermined design
  • Working with the research and development and sales teams to customise current product for project specific requirements and create visuals for clients
  • Working closely with project managers to create detailed drawings for client sign off
  • Taking ownership of revisions and updating drawings with changes following site surveys or client requests
  • Liaising closely with the factory to ensure project deadlines are met
  • Amending drawings as required if factory CNC machinists find errors in machine programs
  • Other reasonable tasks as required by management

What does success look like?

  • Reducing non-conformances arising from drawing issues
  • Maintaining on time shipping by meeting all drawing deadlines
  • Great communication throughout departments

Other details

  • You will report to the Operations Manager
  • You will be based at our Hemel Hempstead office
  • Hours are 42.5 hours per week, 0730-1630 Mon-Fri with 30mins for lunch

 

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Area Sales Manager - Germany
Sales
Hemel Hempstead, UK

If you are a fit for this role, you will be 100% aligned with our core values as they underlie everything we do. They are:

  • CARE (Respect, safety, the best for everyone)
  • QUALITY (Pride in our work, planning to succeed, work done in full & on time without reworks)
  • GET THINGS DONE (In the right way, when we said we would, think first/find a solution)
  • TEAM PLAYER (Positivity, communicate, work with others)
  • INNOVATION (Do it better, growth mindset, appetite for change)

We are looking to recruit a German-speaking Area Sales Manager for Europe. The role is focussed on Germany and other countries in Europe, and will report to the Global Sales Director. The objective of the role is to promote the Spacestor range of workplace furniture (storage/lockers/quiet pods/seating/desking/tables and other products) to dealers, architects and contractors in Europe.

Spacestor has strong existing relationships at all levels within many of our existing accounts (dealers & architects), and have been actively working with them on projects for long periods, some of them 3+ years. The role will primarily be based either from the Spacestor regional office/showroom, or from your home office.

Key success measures for the role:

  • Value of orders secured vs target (per week)
  • Pipeline up to date and overall value

Requirements 

  • Fluent business German is essential, other European languages including French/Italian would be useful
  • The successful candidate must have a track record of at least 2 - 3 years of growing sales in the European workplace interiors/fitout market
  • Spacestor have a very active presence with top level architects and designers within the European and UK markets, which generate a large number of opportunities through these dealers, it will be your responsibility to work with the dealers and architects to bring these through to successful orders
  • Successful existing relationships with key European architects, dealers and fit-out contractors would be very useful

Activity in a typical week would consist of:

  • Face to face presentations/meetings - either formal design presentations to individuals or groups, or project based discussion and specification meetings
  • Phone work - following up contacts and projects and booking in future face to face presentations/appointments
  • Some general admin/email follow-up/completion of appointment actions/internal meetings as required

Key Skills Needed

  • Proven networking capabilities
  • Flexibility and willingness to travel
  • Dedication to follow-up
  • Persistence and resourcefulness

If you can speak fluent business German, think you qualify on the above points and have something distinctive to offer Spacestor, please get in touch! 

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Internship
Any Department
Anywhere in the World

Looking to put theory into practice following your studies? Gain practical experience and insight into the day-to-day business of any department here at Spacestor. Create your own internship! We'd love to know what experience and skills we can give you to help further your career. We look forward to getting to know you!

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Your Dream Job
Any Department
Anywhere in the World

What do you have to offer? Create a position that uses your valuable expertise that you believe will help Spacestor thrive!

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The design of a workspace cannot be mastered by an individual. It takes an entire team united by one mission to create an amazing interior inspired by the people using it. Spacestor are a family united with the mission to create furniture that attracts and retains the best talent in the world. Together, we continually explore, ruthlessly innovate and make it easy. We are the tech-driven and design-led millennials. We are the aficionados of workspace furniture.

 

No one’s job is ordinary. We reward all individuals with more than just a salary; we train and develop, listen to each other’s ideas, we empower, we collaborate. We embrace every individual’s unique talent and skills set and this wealthy resource is valued, opening many new paths to future successes. People make us. They’re our most important asset. We love people. We welcome you!

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