Careers at Nelsons

As well as a strong heritage - we have the edge in the competition and without a doubt; it’s our people, the Nelsons family. We work hard, thrive on challenges, demonstrate accountability, laugh a lot and give the best team social events in town! If you share the values of Nelsons and would like to contribute and be part of the success of Nelsons, then join the family! Find our vacancies below.

Our Vacancies

Maintenance Engineer - Electrical

Apply by:Tue, 31 Jul 2018

Department: Engineering

Company: Supply Chain Organisation

Location: Endeavour Way, Wimbledon

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA113

Purpose

To maintain all equipment and control systems and other facilities of the plant, ensuring all production lines at the manufacturing site run reliably and efficiently. Also, to partake in company projects related to the technical role.


Key Responsibilities

  • To carry out the requirements of the planned preventive maintenance programme.
  • To ensure production lines are capable of running at maximum efficiency through involvement in continuous improvement processes
  • To perform day to day in depth fault finding, diagnosis and breakdown repairs as necessary
  • To assist with machine changeovers, training technicians as necessary
  • To provide technical input into key operations projects e.g. facilities upgrade, capital investment proposals, new product introductions
  • To carry out reactive and planned maintenance duties
  • To carry out production line changes
  • To train production staff as required
  • To carry out maintenance to the Planned Preventive Maintenance (PPM) schedule
  • To carry out any associated project work

Working Contacts

Internal:

  • Maintenance Team Leader
  • Engineering Services Manager
  • Head of Manufacturing
  • Production Team Leaders, Production Technicians and Operatives
  • Health and Safety Advisor
  • Packaging Technologists
  • Engineering Staff
  • Purchasing Staff
  • QA/QC Staff
  • Warehouse Staff

External:

  • Equipment suppliers
  • Consumable suppliers
  • Third party auditors  

 Person Specification

Qualifications

Educated to a minimum of GCSE level or equivalent (Maths and English)

HNC/HND Engineering qualification (electrical bias)

Experience and Knowledge

  • Previous experience working in a fast-paced GMP environment
  • Mechanical and Electrical experience
  • Knowledge of preventative maintenance programmes
  • FMCG packaging machinery or pharmaceutical experience
  • Experience in some or all of the following areas:
  • Liquid filling
  • Cartoning systems
  • Labelling
  • Tube filling
  • Shrink wrap systems
  • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) interrogation (Omron, Allen Brady, Siemens)
  • Ability to monitor and report results

Abilities and Behaviours:      

  • Professional, self motivated with the ability to work on own initiative 
  • Good interactive and communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Team player with the ability to work effectively with colleagues at all levels
  • Able to prioritise and deal effectively with a varied workload
  • Able to work under pressure and to deadlines
  • IT literate  (Excel and ideally SAP)
  • Good fault finding skills
  • Ability to read ladder diagrams
  • Lean manufacturing experience
  • Adaptable and keen to learn
To maintain all equipment and control systems and other facilities of the plant, ensuring all production lines at the manufacturing site run reliably and efficiently. Also, to partake in company projects related to the technical role.

Product Lifecycle Coordinator

Department: Product Life Cycle

Company: Supply Chain Organisation

Salary: £25,000 - £31,000

Location: Nelsons House

City: Wimbledon

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA139

https://nelsons.peoplehr.net/Handlers/RichTextEditorImageDownload.ashx?file=/Job Description - Product Life Cycle Team Leader.doc 

The primary purpose of the Product Lifecycle Senior Co-ordinator is for the effective project co-ordination of commercialisations, packaging changes and SKU discontinuations within Supply Chain Organisation (SCO). Work within the Product Lifecycle Process providing project management support for new products and existing product changes from item setup to launch. Provide material master detail to ensure on-time launch of product initiatives and product changes

Production Operative

Department: Production - Direct

Company: Supply Chain Organisation

Location: Endeavour Way, Wimbledon

City: Wimbledon, London

Country: UK

Reference: VA162

Purpose

To work as part of a small team in the production of Nelsons’ natural medicines including licensed medicines in the form of homeopathic, herbal and flower remedy products. The work associated with production includes completion of batch documentation and the cleaning of production areas and equipment. The successful candidate will work according to all necessary Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Health & Safety (H&S) requirements.

Key Responsibilities & Duties

  • To work as part of a team (or if necessary; individually) in the production of Nelsons’ products
  • To work according to all necessary GMP and H&S requirements following Nelsons Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)
  • To comply with all reasonable training requirements in order to safely and effectively work in the Production department
  • To complete all necessary production documentation
  • To assist in the maintenance of the good housekeeping and cleanliness of the production area and equipment
  • To assist as necessary with production equipment line changeovers
  • To work with the other team members and Team Leaders to ensure and improve production efficiency and maintenance of quality standards
  • To carry out any other reasonable duties requested by Management

 

Qualifications 

English and Maths to GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent)

Experience

Previous experience with GMP in a manufacturing environment preferred

 

Skills and Abilities:

 Essential

Ability to work accurately, with attention to detail

Basic  IT Skills

Ability to recognise and work with good hygienic practices

Desirable

GMP Training

 

Behaviours

Essential

  • Able to work shift patterns, including early and late shifts
  • Flexible approach to work and tasks 
  • Confident
  • Ability to use own initiative 
  • Motivated and keen to develop new skills 
To work as part of a small team in the production of Nelsons’ natural medicines including licensed medicines in the form of homeopathic, herbal and flower remedy products. The work associated with production includes completion of batch documentation and the cleaning of production areas and equipment. The successful candidate will work according to all necessary Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Health & Safety (H&S) requirements.

Warehouse Operative

Company: UK

Salary: 20,000 - 23,000

Location: Endeavour Way, Wimbledon

City: Wimbledon

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA177

Purpose

To ensure deliveries are accurately booked in within a timely manner and materials are supplied to production in advance of schedules, and within the defined processes and procedures, accurately receive and control the finished goods for distribution and dispatch to end customers. The Warehouse Operator will also ensure stock quantity figures are accurate and an overall smooth running of all aspects of warehousing.

 

Key Responsibilities

 

- To receive goods in promptly, book in through the WMS (Warehouse Management System), barcode label materials, deal with any damages and communicate with Purchasing, Quality Control and Production

- To ensure that all Finished goods are handled and transported in line with current standard operating procedures (SOPs) to a standard which maintains the integrity and parity of the dietary supplement.

- To ensure that the control procedure for UK and Export despatches are carried out in accordance with the relevant SOPs.

- To ensure that SRP packs are made within accordance of relevant SOPs

- To ensure that all incoming products are properly protected in such a way as to prevent possible damage and unnecessary contamination and deterioration in quality whilst being stored or held pending production processing

- To ensure third party contract deliveries are booked in and transferred to the correct location by way of purchase order receipts and works order completions

- To return goods, as appropriate, to suppliers ensuring all paperwork has been completed and goods are correctly moved/removed from SAP

- To effectively and promptly locate materials into stock locations ensuring correct quantities are showing on SAP

- To safely operate forklifts and other warehouse equipment

- To pick works orders for the production schedule ensuring that materials are picked and ready ahead of schedule

- To ensure that all returned materials from production are quickly and accurately returned to the appropriate warehouse location

- To carry out stock checks as required by the Company’s perpetual cycle count system

- To work to high standards of warehouse hygiene and tidiness. This will include routine cleaning of the racking, stored products and the warehouse

- To work in a safe manner with full regard for the Company’s Health and Safety regulations

- To work to standards of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Distribution Practice (GDP) at all times

- To ensure any concerns with product, racking, plant or equipment and accidents/near misses are promptly reported to the Warehouse Supervisor

- To load vehicles with Finished Goods going to the appropriate 3rd party warehouse

- To carry out any other reasonable management requested task

 

 

Person Specification

 

Education/Qualification

 

- English and Maths to GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent)

- Current and valid forklift, reach and counterbalance licenses

 

  

Required Skills/Knowledge:

 

Essential

- Ability to prioritise work effectively

- Ability to work as part of a team

- Ability to work accurately, with excellent attention to detail

- Ability to use own initiative

- IT literate including good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages, e.g. Outlook, Word and Excel

- Working Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Distribution Practice (GDP)

- Previous experience of computerised inventory control systems, e.g. WMS and/or ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

 

 

Behaviours

 

- Self motivated

- Flexible approach to work and tasks

- Confident

- Team player with strong communication skills

- Follows Company Values 

- Ability to work with limited supervision and use own initiative.

  To ensure deliveries are accurately booked in a timely manner and materials are supplied to production in advance of schedules. The Warehouse Operator will also ensure stock quantity figures are accurate and an overall smooth running of all aspects of warehousing.

Accountants Receivable Supervisor

Department: Finance

Company: Group Finance

Salary: £35,000 - £38,000

Location: Nelsons House

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA183

https://nelsons.peoplehr.net/Handlers/RichTextEditorImageDownload.ashx?file=/AR Supervisor - 2017 Job Description.docx As the team leader of the credit control function, you will be responsible for the A Nelson & Co debtors ledger. You will ensure through effective up to date Credit Management procedures are in place to keep debtor days to a minimum.

Product Lifecycle Team Leader

Department: Product Life Cycle

Company: Supply Chain Organisation

Salary: 35,000- £45,000

Location: Endeavour Way, Wimbledon

City: Wimbledon

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA186

Purpose

Responsible for the effective management of product launches and discontinuations, the Product Lifecycle Team Leader will be integral to the effective running of the Supply Chain Division (SCO). The Product Lifecycle Team Leader will work closely across all functions to ensure alignment of supply chain activities within the NPD process. Managing a small team, the PLM will oversee the SAP material master process and data owner, including BoMs and Master Recipe.  

 

Key Responsibilities 

- As part of the Project Brief Review team, manage the receipt and registration of all new project briefs, ensuring briefs meeting the hurdle criteria. Ensure an updated log of all project briefs is maintained and updated regularly 

- Communicate outcomes to the Project Brief originator in a timely manner.

- Define and implement an end-to-end process for the new product launches, ensuring a robust handover between SCO and the NPD Project Manager

- Actively participate in the NPD project team meetings providing SCO input during the initial and launch phases

- Manage the product launch process ensuring the end-to-end coordination of the process includes the involvement of Planning, Purchasing, Master Data, Regions, Artwork Manager, Production, Export and Quality

- Create a project timeline for approved project briefs ensuring all steps are identified and included. Obtain agreement from key stakeholders to ensure:

                  - all tasks are represented, communicated and understood

                  - tasks are correctly sequenced

                  - individuals are aware of their responsibilities and deadlines 

- Own and proactively manage the activities of the key back-office project participants to ensure tasks are completed in full and to plan

- Manage potential project risks, roadblocks and/or slippage, escalating where appropriate

- Responsible for stakeholder communication throughout the project to ensure they are fully informed of progress and delivery against plan

- Maintain a dashboard of all projects/changes in order to effectively manage and communicate project workload to stakeholders 

- Handle all ad-hoc enquiries about the status of projects/changes on behalf of Supply Chain Organisation (SCO)

- Oversee the raising of new material codes for packaging, raw materials and finished goods. Act as the point of approval for finished good master data set ups. 

- Ensuring material master data accuracy and GxP compliancy within the SAP system

- Ensure SAP functionality is maximised and improved upon for material master, BoMs and Master Recipes

- Regularly review offline material master processes ensuring optimal efficiency 

- SAP Super User for material master, BoMs and Recipes 

- Manage Product Master Data Co-ordinator and any other supporting members of the Product Master Data department, ensuring personal development and growth

- Maintain the defined best practice processes for the creation and amendments of Bills of Materials and Master Recipes. 

- Approve BoM and Master Recipes upon creation and after data entry into SAP system, via the Engineering Change Management process.

- Ensure Product Master Data Co-ordinator adheres to the material master, BoM and Recipes written processes

- Manage the Product Master Data Co-ordinator to ensure new BoMs are inputted into the SAP system and have been costed within the agreed project timeline

- Responsible for managing the discontinuation process, ensuring the below activities are completed within an adequate timeframe:

                     - New materials are created

                     - New artworks are ready within agreed timeframe

                     - Work with Planning and Purchasing to define run-out strategy

                     - Ensure Zone agreement to run-out plan

                     - Residual components/finished goods are written off and scrapped 

- Define and implement best practice processes for the discontinuation of a material, ensuring all relevant departments requirements are met in a timely manner.

 

Person Specification 

Qualifications

- Educated to degree level or higher (Desirable)

- Project Management qualification (Desirable)

Knowledge

- Strong knowledge of Microsoft office (intermediate / advanced excel; SharePoint)

- Computer literate (knowledge of  reporting tools such as Business Objects would be a distinct advantage)

- Knowledge and experience working with ERP systems - SAP

- Detail knowledge of how to construct a BOM and the importance of each field in the Master Data file; including, understanding of costing, production (routes and batch sizes), and MRP planning systems

Skills 

 - Strong communication skills, both written and verbal

- Strong project management skills

- Strong IT / Analytical skills

- Proven influencing skills

- Ability to identify and develop new processes and systems

Experience

- Experience in working in a production environment similar to a Financial/Production planning role, scheduling role or purchasing role

- Proven experience of managing small project teams in situations where influencing key individuals outside the team was essential

- Proven experience of implementing best practice processes

Behaviours

- Strong attention to detail

- Must be able to work in a methodical manner

- Self-starter and complete finisher 

- Must be a natural project thinker and be skilled at quickly identifying the full set of tasks required for each project

- Highly proactive, somebody who thrives on making things happen


Responsible for the effective management of product launches and discontinuations, the Product Lifecycle Manager will be integral to the effective running of the Supply Chain Division (SCO). The Product Lifecycle Manager (PLM) will work closely across all functions to ensure alignment of supply chain activities within the NPD process. Managing a small team, the PLM will oversee the SAP material master process and data owner, including BoMs and Master Recipe.

Financial Accounting Manager

Department: Finance

Company: Group Finance

Location: Nelsons House

City: Hamburg

Country: Germany

Reference: VA189

Reports To: Group Financial Controller

Location: London, Wimbledon

 

Key Responsibilities

The Financial Accounting Manager will proactively take responsibility for financial controls and the timely and accurate reporting of the region’s results. The role works closely alongside the Regional Finance Business Partner to ensure the results of the NE region are correctly accounted and reported. This role will contribute to the Company’s success by ensuring the smooth running of the Northern Europe Accounting function whilst also identifying and implementing system improvements. The role will support the team remotely but will travel to Hamburg on an interim basis to establish ways of working. 


 Accounting Tasks

 - Overall understanding, review and control of all financial transactions and accounting matters to ensure that transactions are processed in an accurate, timely, and complete manner

- Produce and review monthly management accounts, including commentary, accruals, balance sheet and prepayment reconciliations

- Work alongside the Regional Finance Business Partner to provide Forecast Cashflow and Balance sheet reporting 

- Lead the audit process and external reporting requirements

- Manage relationship with the external auditors

- Manage the accountants and ensure AP, AR and GL process and entries are recorded in accordance with Group policy and best practice 

- Review and monitor credit, shipping, logistics and stock issues

- Ownership & control of payroll 

- Tax and VAT returns

- Ad hoc projects and tasks as requested 


Team  Management 

- Management and development of the accounting team 

- Actively monitoring the performance and the needs of the department; developing strategies to address any skills gaps

- Inspire and support the team, aligning where possible their personal and development goals with those of the business

 

Controls and Processes

- Develop and maintain a robust control environment

- Lead the ongoing review of systems, controls and processes to ensure that the finance functions are fit for purpose in the short, mid, and long-term

- Responsibility for internal control, maintenance of authority limits and risk management

 

Person Specification 

Qualifications 

- Educated to degree level or higher, ideally in a Finance or Business related subject

- Qualified accountant (ACCA or CIMA)

 

Skills and Experience

- Fluent English and German

- Experience working within an international organisation

- Experience of producing management and statutory accounts

- Payroll experience 

- Strong IT skills, ideally Excel and SAP

- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

- Ability to communicate complex financial information to stakeholders at all levels

 

Behaviours 

- Self–starter able to operate with minimum supervision

- Approachable and positive attitude

- Thrives in a fast-paced, changing environment

- Keen to learn and develop

 

Willingness to travel to Hamburg initially at least once a month. 

Restructure

Vertriebsmitarbeiter/Sales Manager (Südwest)

Apply by:Fri, 29 Jun 2018

Department: Northern Europe Sales

Company: Northern Europe

Location: Hamburg Office

City: Hamburg

Country: Germany

Reference: VA191

 

Sie können als

 

Vertriebsmitarbeiter/Sales Manager (m/w)

im Apotheken-Außendienst 

für die Region Südwest 

(Schwerpunkt Saarbrücken, Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Neu-Ulm)

 

den Erfolg mitgestalten

 

(Als Elternzeitvertretung zunächst befristet auf 2 Jahre) 

 

Ihre Aufgaben:

 

Als Sales Manager sind Sie unsere Stimme in den Apotheken. Sie beraten, unterstützen und entwickeln die Kunden in Ihrem Verkaufsgebiet in allen vertrieblichen, kaufmännischen und die Branche betreffenden Aufgabenstellungen. Dabei stehen die Kundenbindung und die Intensivierung der Geschäftsbeziehung zu bestehenden sowie die Gewinnung von Potenzialkunden innerhalb Ihres Verkaufsgebietes im Mittelpunkt. Dazu gehören ebenso das Vorbereiten und Führen von qualitativen Beratungs- und Verkaufsgesprächen zur aktiven Vermarktung des Nelsons-Sortiments und nachhaltigen Steigerung der Empfehlungsrate unter Berücksichtigung von Markt- und Wettbewerbsanalysen. Sie setzen die Vertriebs- und Marketingstrategie zu einer nachhaltigen, positiven Umsatz- und Ergebnisentwicklung ein. Gemeinsam mit Ihren Kunden erstellen Sie Joint Business Pläne und initiieren konzeptionelle POS-Maßnahmen, um die Umsatz- und Distributionsziele zu erreichen. Dabei sind Sie der Manager in Ihrem Gebiet und verfolgen nicht nur konsequent Ihre Ziele sondern erstellen auch die nötige Dokumentation der Apothekenbesuche. 

 

 

Ihr Profil:

 

Sie besitzen eine abgeschlossene pharmazeutisch-medizinische oder eine kaufmännische Ausbildung sowie mehrjährige Erfahrung im Apothekenaußendienst mit nachweisbaren Verkaufserfolgen. Sie besitzen hervorragende Kontakte zu Apothekern, PTAs und Einkaufsgemeinschaften innerhalb des Gebietes sowie hervorragende Kenntnisse des Apothekenmarktes und gesundheitspolitischer Themen. Ihr Arbeitsstil ist geprägt von kundenorientiertem Denken und Handeln verbunden mit ausgeprägtem Verhandlungsgeschick, Durchsetzungsstärke und Überzeugungskraft. Sie besitzen eine hohe Eigenmotivation, können sich selber gut organisieren und haben Spaß an einer Reisetätigkeit. Sie sind erfahren im Umgang mit CRM-Systemen und sicher in allen gängigen MS-Office Anwendungen. Abgerundet wird Ihr Proifl durch Deutschkenntnisse auf muttersprachlichem Niveau, Englischkenntnisse sind von Vorteil. 

 

 

Unser Angebot:

 

Wir bieten Ihnen eine äußerst abwechslungsreiche und verantwortungsvolle Tätigkeit in einem dynamischen Umfeld sowie die Mitarbeit in einem modernen, hoch motiviertem Team. Eigenverantwortlichkeit und unternehmerisches Denken prägen das Arbeitsklima in unserem Unternehmen. Abgerundet wird unser Angebot durch eine attraktive Vergütung, eine Erfolgsbeteiligung, interessante Sozialleistungen, zeitgemäße Arbeitsmittel und einen Firmenwagen, der auch privat genutzt werden kann.

 

 

Haben wir Ihr Interesse geweckt? Dann freuen wir uns auf Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung mit Angabe Ihrer Gehaltsvorstellung und des nächstmöglichen Eintrittstermins an:

 

Nelsons GmbH, Personal, Heegbarg 2, 22391 Hamburg

E-Mail: bewerbung@nelsons.net 

Als Sales Manager sind Sie unsere Stimme in den Apotheken. Sie beraten, unterstützen und entwickeln die Kunden in Ihrem Verkaufsgebiet in allen vertrieblichen, kaufmännischen und die Branche betreffenden Aufgabenstellungen. Dabei stehen die Kundenbindung und die Intensivierung der Geschäftsbeziehung zu bestehenden sowie die Gewinnung von Potenzialkunden innerhalb Ihres Verkaufsgebietes im Mittelpunkt. Dazu gehören ebenso das Vorbereiten und Führen von qualitativen Beratungs- und Verkaufsgesprächen zur aktiven Vermarktung des Nelsons-Sortiments und nachhaltigen Steigerung der Empfehlungsrate unter Berücksichtigung von Markt- und Wettbewerbsanalysen. Sie setzen die Vertriebs- und Marketingstrategie zu einer nachhaltigen, positiven Umsatz- und Ergebnisentwicklung ein. Gemeinsam mit Ihren Kunden erstellen Sie Joint Business Pläne und initiieren konzeptionelle POS-Maßnahmen, um die Umsatz- und Distributionsziele zu erreichen. Dabei sind Sie der Manager in Ihrem Gebiet und verfolgen nicht nur konsequent Ihre Ziele sondern erstellen auch die nötige Dokumentation der Apothekenbesuche.

Vertriebsmitarbeiter / Sales Manager (Nord)

Apply by:Fri, 29 Jun 2018

Department: Northern Europe Sales

Company: Northern Europe

Location: Hamburg Office

City: Hamburg

Country: Germany

Reference: VA192

Sie können als

 

Vertriebsmitarbeiter/Sales Manager (m/w)

im Apotheken-Außendienst 

für die Region Nord 

(Schwerpunkt Hamburg, Kiel, Schwerin, Rostock)

 

den Erfolg mitgestalten.

 

 

Ihre Aufgaben:

 

Als Sales Manager sind Sie unsere Stimme in den Apotheken. Sie beraten, unterstützen und entwickeln die Kunden in Ihrem Verkaufsgebiet in allen vertrieblichen, kaufmännischen und die Branche betreffenden Aufgabenstellungen. Dabei stehen die Kundenbindung und die Intensivierung der Geschäftsbeziehung zu bestehenden sowie die Gewinnung von Potenzialkunden innerhalb Ihres Verkaufsgebietes im Mittelpunkt. Dazu gehören ebenso das Vorbereiten und Führen von qualitativen Beratungs- und Verkaufsgesprächen zur aktiven Vermarktung des Nelsons-Sortiments und nachhaltigen Steigerung der Empfehlungsrate unter Berücksichtigung von Markt- und Wettbewerbsanalysen. Sie setzen die Vertriebs- und Marketingstrategie zu einer nachhaltigen, positiven Umsatz- und Ergebnisentwicklung ein. Gemeinsam mit Ihren Kunden erstellen Sie Joint Business Pläne und initiieren konzeptionelle POS-Maßnahmen, um die Umsatz- und Distributionsziele zu erreichen. Dabei sind Sie der Manager in Ihrem Gebiet und verfolgen nicht nur konsequent Ihre Ziele sondern erstellen auch die nötige Dokumentation der Apothekenbesuche. 

 

 

Ihr Profil:

 

Sie besitzen eine abgeschlossene pharmazeutisch-medizinische oder eine kaufmännische Ausbildung sowie mehrjährige Erfahrung im Apothekenaußendienst mit nachweisbaren Verkaufserfolgen. Sie besitzen hervorragende Kontakte zu Apothekern, PTAs und Einkaufsgemeinschaften innerhalb des Gebietes sowie hervorragende Kenntnisse des Apothekenmarktes und gesundheitspolitischer Themen. Ihr Arbeitsstil ist geprägt von kundenorientiertem Denken und Handeln verbunden mit ausgeprägtem Verhandlungsgeschick, Durchsetzungsstärke und Überzeugungskraft. Sie besitzen eine hohe Eigenmotivation, können sich selber gut organisieren und haben Spaß an einer Reisetätigkeit. Sie sind erfahren im Umgang mit CRM-Systemen und sicher in allen gängigen MS-Office Anwendungen. Abgerundet wird Ihr Proifl durch Deutschkenntnisse auf muttersprachlichem Niveau, Englischkenntnisse sind von Vorteil. 

 

 

Unser Angebot:

 

Wir bieten Ihnen eine äußerst abwechslungsreiche und verantwortungsvolle Tätigkeit in einem dynamischen Umfeld sowie die Mitarbeit in einem modernen, hoch motiviertem Team. Eigenverantwortlichkeit und unternehmerisches Denken prägen das Arbeitsklima in unserem Unternehmen. Abgerundet wird unser Angebot durch eine attraktive Vergütung, eine Erfolgsbeteiligung, interessante Sozialleistungen, zeitgemäße Arbeitsmittel und einen Firmenwagen, der auch privat genutzt werden kann.

 

 

Haben wir Ihr Interesse geweckt? Dann freuen wir uns auf Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung mit Angabe Ihrer Gehaltsvorstellung und des nächstmöglichen Eintrittstermins an:

 

Nelsons GmbH, Personal, Heegbarg 2, 22391 Hamburg

E-Mail: bewerbung@nelsons.net 

Als Sales Manager sind Sie unsere Stimme in den Apotheken. Sie beraten, unterstützen und entwickeln die Kunden in Ihrem Verkaufsgebiet in allen vertrieblichen, kaufmännischen und die Branche betreffenden Aufgabenstellungen. Dabei stehen die Kundenbindung und die Intensivierung der Geschäftsbeziehung zu bestehenden sowie die Gewinnung von Potenzialkunden innerhalb Ihres Verkaufsgebietes im Mittelpunkt. Dazu gehören ebenso das Vorbereiten und Führen von qualitativen Beratungs- und Verkaufsgesprächen zur aktiven Vermarktung des Nelsons-Sortiments und nachhaltigen Steigerung der Empfehlungsrate unter Berücksichtigung von Markt- und Wettbewerbsanalysen. Sie setzen die Vertriebs- und Marketingstrategie zu einer nachhaltigen, positiven Umsatz- und Ergebnisentwicklung ein. Gemeinsam mit Ihren Kunden erstellen Sie Joint Business Pläne und initiieren konzeptionelle POS-Maßnahmen, um die Umsatz- und Distributionsziele zu erreichen. Dabei sind Sie der Manager in Ihrem Gebiet und verfolgen nicht nur konsequent Ihre Ziele sondern erstellen auch die nötige Dokumentation der Apothekenbesuche.

HR Officer

Department: Human Resources

Company: Group Corporate Services

Location: Nelsons House

City: Wimbledon

Country: United Kingdom

Reference: VA194

The purpose of this role is to provide high quality generalist support to a busy HR department within a growing company. The HR Officer is a key member of the team and will play a pivotal role ensuring that our processes and systems are efficient, well-managed, and reflective of best practice. This includes managing our payroll process and ensuring our HR system is utilised to its full potential. In addition the HR Officer will provide first line client facing support to the business, supporting with all generalist activities including Employee Relations, Compensation and Benefits, and Organisational Development activities.

 

Key Responsibilities 

- To provide front line HR generalist support across the global business

- To maintain and update the HR system, electronic files, and employee personnel folders, archive files and other documents as required by our statutory requirements.

- To ensure all starters and leavers are processed in a timely manner and to ensure that all related actions, including reference checking, medicals, and right to work checks are carried out in full and signed off appropriately.

- To manage the administration of company benefits, including pension, life assurance, private medical and Nelsons Rewards. 

- To manage the monthly payroll process, ensuring all payroll actions are submitted to the payroll manager on time and in full

- Under the guidance of the Head of HR identify current processes then create electronic workflows using the HR system to improve the efficiency of the department.   

- To produce monthly and ad hoc reports, ensuring data from all business areas, including international sites, is up to date and accurate. This includes providing commentary and highlighting any potential risks to the Head of HR or HR Business Partner

- To provide administrative support to the HR team including, drafting letters, contracts, and presentations

- To work alongside the Head of HR in business partnering specific client groups. This includes providing first level advice and guidance on HR policies and procedures, employment law and employee relations issues 

- To support the Head of HR with the salary benchmarking submissions and annual salary and bonus reviews

- To carry out regular audits of HR system and processes in order to ensure information is up-to-date and accurate

- To support Organisational Development Business Partner with projects as required

- Carry out any other reasonable management requests 

 

Person Specification

Qualifications

 - Educated to degree level or higher

- Ideally CIPD qualified or working towards CIPD qualification


Experience

- Previous experience of working in a HR generalist role

- Experience managing or inputting into payroll process

- Experience delivering system or process improvements

 

 Skills and Abilities

- Excellent interpersonal and customer-facing skills 

- Ability to deal with confidential information sensitively and discreetly

- Strong administration skills

- Excellent attention to detail

- Ability to organise own workload and prioritise tasks effectively

- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal 

- Analytical with the ability to manage and interpret data

- Strong IT skills especially in Excel, Word, Outlook, and Powerpoint

 

 Behaviour

- Approachable and friendly disposition

- Self-starter who is able to operate with minimal supervision

- Keen to learn and make improvements

         

 

The purpose of this role is to provide high quality generalist support to a busy HR department within a growing company. The HR Officer is a key member of the team and will play a pivotal role ensuring that our processes and systems are efficient, well-managed, and reflective of best practice. This includes managing our payroll process and ensuring our HR system is utilised to its full potential. In addition the HR Officer will provide first line client facing support to the business, supporting with all generalist activities including Employee Relations, Compensation and Benefits, and Organisational Development activities.