logo Nikki Haigh

I took on my first role within recruitment at a business based in Warwick where I had my first taste for recruitment specialising in the retail and automotive sector. During this time I took part in Assessment centres meeting candidates on a daily basis. This made me realise that I definitely wanted to stay in recruitment.

I realised that I enjoyed recruitment and having progressed as far as I could within my role, I began to seek a new company that would further my development.

Jenrick was clearly a company committed to training, was keen to develop its staff, and had an excellent reputation within the industry. It sounded like a really interesting company and appeared to be just the type of environment I was looking for.

I’ve joined Jenrick as a Delivery Consultant, which is the perfect starting place to enable me to gain much more experience and knowledge about recruitment and engineering as a whole in both an engineering and Food and Drink sector.

Outside of work I play volleyball for a local club called Rugby Phoenix, part of a West Midlands league, and last season we won the West Midlands trophy. I often play two games a week in addition to training once a week, so it definitely keeps me fit! I also enjoying running and have joined and girls running club in my local village where we meet once a week.

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The Jenrick Group is regarded as one of the leading recruitment companies within the UK and is a four time "Sunday Times Top 100 Company to Work For".

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Julie Alton

Introducing...

Julie Alton

Managing Director

I know that it may sound cliché, but recruitment really is my passion. I have worked in Engineering Recruitment since 1993 and always strive to be known for providing quality recruitment solutions. In an industry where reputation is foremost, I have aimed to maintain a high-quality, honest-service approach throughout all of my roles.

In 2000 I was approached to join the Simon Holdings Group, with a view to extending their Technical Recruitment presence into the Midlands, thereby complementing the progress of their Jenrick Engineering brand in the South since 1967.

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Job Reference: CJ/HQ0124120
Job Location: Kettering
Job Type: Permanent

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Packaging Project Specialist to join a large manufacturing company based in the Northamptonshire area. This on going contract will be OUTSIDE IR35 THE ROLE - A hands-on role, to plan and deliver new packaging projects from concept through completion . - Preparing and maintaining project specifications - You will be responsible for the management of a number of small to medium sized packaging machinery...

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Project Controller - Process

Job Reference: HQ/NH8942624-ALL
Job Location: Burton Latimer
Job Type: Contract

We are currently recruiting for Project Controller specialising in Process based in a food manufacturing company in Northamptonshire. The Project Controller will be working on an outside IR35 contract basis. The Daily duties of the Process Project Controller are: - Managing Processes from raw materials to finished product.- Implementing improvements to processes to help with efficiency and reducing down time. - Meeting company process targets....

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Project Manager - Remote working

Job Reference: LB/HQ00056749_1
Job Location: Darlington
Job Type: Contract

An excellent Design, Development and Manufacturing business in the Darlington area (80% remote working) are seeking to recruit a Project Manager on a 12-Month contract basis with experience within the Purchasing field. The Project Manager will be supporting Global programs and team in the UK and will report directly to the overseas based Manager.   The Project Manager role:     - Leads multiple projects from inception to...

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Line Technician

Job Reference: RH/HQ00056786/1
Job Location: Huntingdon
Job Type: Permanent

We have an opportunity for an experienced  Line technician to work with a busy manufacturing company based in the Huntingdon area.  The Role: First-line maintenance and servicing of automated / non automated production lines. Basic mechanical support to production team prior to formal engineering team becoming involved. Duties include:-  - Immediate response to stoppages, breakdowns or running issues with handover to Maintenance...

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Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Job Reference: SDC0086
Job Location: Wigan
Job Type: Contract

*This contract falls inside IR35 - the hourly rate of £34 per hour is based on working through an umbrella company, who will have to deduct the necessary contributions / taxes*I am recruiting now for an immediate start Electrical Maintenance Engineer to join a food manufacturing company in Wigan to cover a 4on 4off days / nights shift pattern.You will be apprentice trained or hold equivalent qualifications and have a background in food /...

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Reliability Engineer

Job Reference: HQ/NH34785678-ALL
Job Location: Milton Keynes
Job Type: Permanent

We are currently recruiting for a Reliability Technician to join our expanding team based in the Milton Keynes area. You will work in a fast-paced semi-automated environment and happy to apply yourself in a hands on capacity to resolve lost time machinery issues.      The Reliability Technician' Daily Duties   The Reliability Technician will gain an understanding of faults within automated plant machinery and facilitate...

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