The Impact Group is dedicated to being the market leader within our respective industries. We will continue to be innovative to ensure that we are at the forefront of our industry and to enable us to supply our customers with the most appropriate solutions to meet their requirements. We strive for continual improvement in all areas of the business. We endeavour to ensure that we have explored every opportunity for growth. Our success relies upon committed, skilled and valued staff who use their initiative and give us their best at all times.
Impact (Impact Air Systems & Impact Technical Services) is an equal opportunity employer and is fully committed to a policy of treating all its employees, job applicants and associates equally.
Impact is committed to developing, maintaining and supporting a policy of equal opportunities. We aim to create the conditions in which its staff are treated equally regardless of age, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, creed, disability, staff category, sexual orientation, gender, marital or parental status, political belief or social or economic class, or any other reasonable criteria.
We welcome you to apply for the available positions below…
Due to a steady increase in orders, we are looking for an experienced Project Manager to join our enthusiastic, fast paced project team in Leicester.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established, UK business, with excellent prospects.
Impact Air Systems are a dynamic sales and project management organisation for pneumatic material conveying, dust control and material separation solutions.
The Project Manager is responsible for managing projects (including completion of general arrangement and fabrication drawings using AutoCad), from receipt of order to commissioning, on time, within budget and to the customer’s and Impact’s satisfaction.
This will include the completion of site surveys, communicating with the customer regarding project progress, liaising with suppliers and contractors regarding requirements, costs and performance and managing costs to maximise gross profit.
You will have:
- a minimum of HNC in Mechanical Engineering or similar
- steelwork fabrication background & experience
- Autocad (and/or Solidworks) experience preferred but not essential
- Good communication and customer relation skills (verbal, written and telephone) with staff, suppliers, and customers
- Excellent organizational skills – able to prioritise tasks to ensure completion of projects within deadlines
- Flexibility to cater for changes to schedule
- Pride in work to ensure every project is completed to a satisfactory standard
- Proficient maths and IT skills
- Product knowledge of air movement systems
- Good teamworking skills
- Efficient problem-solving skills
- Confident decision-making ability
- Cost consciousness
- Understanding of the health & safety risks associated with each installation to enable the writing of risk assessments and method statements
- The ability to use basic Microsoft applications
You must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
You must have effective communication skills and be able to write clear and concise technical English.
Your profile should be complemented by a great work ethic, willingness to assume responsibility and respect for strict project deadlines and value engineering.
We are a friendly, family business who look after and value all our staff. We invest in your development with training and reviews, and we have fun too. We work hard to make Impact a nice place to work, aside from all the normal work stuff we have dress down days and pizza lunches, we buy cakes for birthdays, we finish a bit early on a Friday and we have lots of chip cobs!
If you think this role is for you, please send your CV and a covering email to [email protected]. If we are interested in meeting you, we will be in touch within a couple of days.
Salary: £30k-£45k per year plus benefits
This is a permanent, long term position with continuous professional development a key factor. You must have an in-depth understanding of COSHH regulations and engineering practices. Electrical competency would also be looked on favourably.
We work in many sectors across the whole of the UK, but due to our central location, preference will be given to midlands-based applicants, however, all suitable applicants will be considered.
Impact Technical Services design, service, maintain, repair and carry out statutory testing on all types of LEV systems. Our client database is varied, covers the whole of the UK and sectors include defence, aerospace, manufacturing, education, foodstuffs to name just a few.
Additionally, we also maintain pneumatic material conveying and material separation solutions across all of the UK. We not only maintain our own systems but we also look after many of our competitors too. These systems typically control dusts, fumes, mists and vapours.
Skills & Qualifications
The right person will be time served with a can-do attitude and must be willing to undertake BOHS (or equivalent) training as identified. Your core focus will be to undertake thorough examination & testing, commissioning and service of LEV systems in accordance with the COSHH regulations and HSG258. The role will also include air quality testing for which training will be provided.
Progression and development will be encouraged from within.
You must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in LEV thorough examination & testing. Ideally hold P601, P602, P604 and W201 qualifications. Good engineering skills, the ability to work unsupervised, carry out first time fixes and work under own initiative are all essential qualities. You must be eligible to live and work in the UK. You must have effective communication skills and be able to write clear and concise technical English and be computer literate. You must be prepared to work away from home and work some weekend days. You must be capable of troubleshooting most types of LEV system and of carrying out a first-time fix. Your profile should be complemented by a great work ethic, willingness to assume responsibility.
Applicants must have a minimum of three years relevant experience in working with a variety of LEV systems. You should be able to demonstrate an in depth understanding of the capture, control and movement of contaminated air and the components that make up an LEV system. They should also possess exceptional report writing skills, be competent in MS Office and have excellent communication skills. A UK driving licence is essential.
Please only apply for this role if you are serious about Local Exhaust Ventilation, want long term stability and have a desire to progress in this field.
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV to [email protected].