Working at Kemp Sails

EXCITING JOB VACANCIES at KEMP SAILS:

 18/04/2017 - Technical Sales Administrator (Wareham) - POSITION NOW CLOSED

Vacancy Information: An exciting opportunity has arisen for an administrator to work in a happy but busy office, within a successful sail making business, located in Wareham (very close to the Railway Station).

The role would suit a strong, accurate and focused administrator, ideally with an interest in sailing or yachting, as we have a varied and very technically diverse product range.

Job Description:  First point of contact for answering incoming telephone calls with friendly, bubbly manner and answering basic queries.
Receipt of emails and distribution of same to sales team colleagues.
Administration of sales orders and accurate order processing. Invoicing of completed Sales Orders.
Order ‘Exit’ administration – i.e. ensuring orders leave on time and arrive with customers as agreed.
Scheduling van runs and recording delivery plans for driver.
Booking outgoing freight.
Filing and archiving order records.
Monitoring of Consignment stocks

Because of the very technical nature of the products and terminology; some Dinghy or Yacht sailing experience would be desirable.

Contract & Hours:  Full-time 9.00am - 5.30pm, Mon-Fri (with some occasional seasonal weekend work and overtime, possibly at Boat shows),

Excellent working conditions: Stakeholders Pension and benefits: Free on-site parking.

Pay: Hourly, Rate Dependent upon Experience.

Please send CV and a covering letter, describing your relevant experience to:  Matt Atkins - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

21/03/2017 - Automated Cutting Table Operator / Sailmaker (Wareham) - POSITION NOW CLOSED

Vacancy Information: An exciting and unique opportunity NOW exists for a Cutting Table Operator (see website video for a look at the machine operating!).  The role is based in our busy Sail Loft in Wareham, Dorset.

 

Cutting Table OperatorThe role involves organising you work and fabrics, then operating a computer controlled Automated Cutting Machine and Handling Sailcloth and loading fabric rolls on and off the machine table - so there is some lifting involved.  The roll is a responsible one as the materials are often of high value - so accuracy and attention to detail are very important.  The role could be part-time or could be combined with some Sailloft work to make the role full-time, interesting and varied. There are good prospects for this role in the future, and for the right applicant.

Training for Cutting Table & Sail loft work will be provided.

It is essential that the successful applicant can show that they are able to work on their own initiative, manage their time efficiently and be a good communicator with clear written and verbal skills. They will be expected to work to agreed objectives in order to meet set targets and customers’ expectations. Although not essential, ideally they will have had some sailing experience, or have an interest in the Leisure Marine Industry.

Remuneration - DOE

Please send CV and a covering letter, describing your relevant experience to:  Rob Kemp - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.