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Current Vacancies

You can see the current vacancies at Bailey listed below. Click on the plus icon next to each job for more information. If we don't have quite what you are looking for advertised at the moment, you can still send us your CV as we are always on the lookout for people to join the Bailey family.

Current Vacancies


Job Details

Job Title: Skilled Production Operative
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: £11.50 per hour (with the option to increase to £13 based on your skill set and experience within 12 months)
Hours: 39 hours per week
Location: South Liberty Lane, Bristol, BS3 2SS


What are we looking for?

We are looking for skilled operatives to join our team in Bristol. The ideal candidate will have strong experience in using both battery operated tools and hand tools, demonstrate a passionate attitude in helping others and embrace opportunities to work as a team to make continuous improvement. A skilled operative will have a background in installing and checking the safety of gas, water, structural components. The role holder will set the standard through application of 5S, setting examples to peers, ensuring their work is passed on with pride.


Specific responsibilities

  • Operatives will be capable of working with their station and Team Leader. They will understand the station(s) process maps, identifying concerns and escalating these to their Team Leader, whenever necessary
  • Mentor and coach less experienced new team members, providing advice and support whilst setting the standard
  • Understand and be able to check own work undertaken to ensure it complies with standard operating procedures, raising any quality concerns with senior operatives to rectify. Always striving to achieve right first time
  • Have an awareness of the manufacturing cycle times and support members of the team to ensure parts are delivered at the right point, in the right quantities, to the correct quality standard and at the right time

Requirements

  • Working towards performing ‘A’ grade processes to S.O.P
  • Ability to assist and support temp & junior operatives
  •  Able to demonstrate the ability to read drawings and construct multiple items of furniture. Able also to train others in the task.
  • Able to set an example of high-quality work within station
  • Able to demonstrate and identify areas of continuous improvement; working with colleagues to make change
  • Excellent timekeeping
  • Positive approach to work and colleagues
  • City & Guild Electrotechnology qualification level 3 desirable

How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 hours per week
Location: Bailey Large Panels, Barns Ground, Kenns Business Park, Clevedon, BS21 6ST
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

As a Maintenance Engineer in our Large Panels department, you will be one half of a team ensuring the smooth running of production. By resolving predominantly mechanical and electrical breakdowns, delivering maintenance whilst actively seeking and implementing improvements.

This role requires the ability to work as a team, working across a rotating shift pattern, whilst also being able to fully manage your own time effective, as the sole engineer on site.


Specific responsibilities

  • Respond promptly to breakdowns and give feedback to production regarding expected downtime and planned corrective action
  • Continual monitoring of plant and ancillaries to foresee and rectify faults before they become an issue
  • Liaise with production to solve issues during production down times
  • Conduct PPM and other equipment servicing as necessary
  • Focus on current projects and work towards achieving and surpassing agreed targets. An emphasis on “Right first time” with an eye for detail and professionalism in all work performed
  • Give advice, training and recommendations to the production team regarding improvements to the process to maximise machine productivity and minimise downtime
  • Liaise with suppliers to procure parts, spares and consumables in a timely manner
  • Liaise with contractors whilst on site granting access and assisting when required
  • Carry out fire alarm testing and fire and security checks
  • Secure site as required

Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience as a maintenance engineer within an automated production facility
  • Multi-skilled with formal engineering qualification to ONC, NVQ Level 3 or higher, in an electrical or mechanical discipline or a nationally recognised apprenticeship or relevant Forces resettlement course
  • CNC awareness, ideally BWO/Siemens/Allen Bradley/Mitsubishi control systems
  • Understanding of pneumatic and vacuum theory
  • Electrical competence, standard industry 3 phase to 24vdc
  • Ability to fault-find from electrical circuit diagrams
  • PC literacy is essential as ordering and part-sourcing is required within this role
  • Ability to work at height using MEWPs
  • A ‘can-do’ attitude, with a calm and logical approach to challenges
  • An effective communicator at all levels, being able to relay complex information
  • The ability to document clearly any updates or ‘handovers’ accurately between shifts

Adherence to all health and safety procedures


How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: Material Controller
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 hours per week
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

At Bailey, we are one big family. We have been building Bailey leisure vehicles here in South Bristol since 1948 and are very much part of the local community. We are now looking to hire an efficient and organised Material Controller with high attention to detail to join our Procurement team.

Your role will be to plan and coordinate scheduling, material and production planning activities in an effective and efficient manner to ensure that customer orders are achieved on time in full in line with delivery requirements.

You will act as main point of contact regarding production orders and schedules. To accurately operate and maintain MRP systems in line with customer and business requirements.


Specific responsibilities

  • Using an MRP system, ensuring that raw materials and production consumables are planned, ordered and expedited effectively so that they are ready and available to use to meet the requirements of the production plan.
  • Ensure material requirements are monitored/adjusted in accordance with customer demand. Ensure that key personnel are made aware of any potential concerns from the material suppliers such as delivery delays.
  • Ensure that efficient and effective material stock control occurs and that the flow of material is in line with lean principles where possible
  • Coordinate with the site Production Management team on a daily basis to ensure that delivery requirements (daily & weekly) will be met accordingly.
  • Monitor, review and update plans on a regular basis. Ensure any changes are communicated in an effective manner.

Requirements

  • Experience of material movement working with ERP/MRP systems is essential.
  • Can plan and manage resources effectively, re-assessing and amending plans as required.
  • Self-motivated and pro-active approach with ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment whilst still maintaining high level of attention to detail (accuracy).
  • Excellent team working, organisation and time management skills.
  • Good working knowledge of Excel and Word.
  • Flexible team player.
  • Excellent communication skills are essential.
  • Can gather information and analyse problems using own initiative.
  • Control of obsolescence via order and stock control.
  • Ability to manage projects to enable cost benefits to the business.
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment is desirable.

 

  • MRP: 2 years (Required)
  • Manufacturing: 2 years (Required)
  • Planning: 2 years (Preferred)

How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: Customer Services Advisor
Contract Type:  Permanent
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 Hours per week
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

At Bailey, we are one big family. We have been building Bailey leisure vehicles here in South Bristol since 1948 and are very much part of the local community. We are now looking to hire an experienced and hardworking Customer Service Advisor to join our team in Aztec West.

You will be working closely with both internal and external stakeholders, utilizing your passion for a customer-first approach to resolve a range of queries. Moreover, you will take ownership of varied administrative tasks to ensure that a high quality of service is reached at all times.


Specific responsibilities

  • Provide excellent customer service, ensuring a positive ‘can do’ approach to all queries.
  • Receive and respond to customer contact via telephone, e-mail and letter. Ensuring that you respond effectively and within departmental timescales.
  • Demonstrate excellent problem-solving skills and excel in a fast-paced environment, managing a range of difficult queries with ease.
  • Confidently complete a variety of workload requirements including but not limited to: inbound customer queries, warranty claims, locating part numbers, referring to technical drawings and BOMs and logging all queries effectively on internal systems.
  • Work closely and collaboratively with all members of the Aftercare team in support of resolving customer queries.
  • Demonstrate professionalism and politeness in all written and spoken communication, including with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Work towards achieving individual and departmental KPIs.
  • Maintain a positive working attitude with a willingness to learn and develop. This includes showing a flexibility to learn new ways of working, alongside contributing your own ideas for improvement.
  • Participate in product knowledge sessions, training and daily huddles.
  • Perform ad-hoc tasks as requested by your Line Manager.

Requirements

  • Experience of handling customer queries via incoming calls, emails and letters.
  • Proven experience of working towards and exceeding set KPIs and targets.
  • Previous handling of complaints and escalations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Demonstrate a positive ‘can-do’ attitude at all times.
  • Display effective organizational skills.
  • Sound knowledge of computer systems, including Microsoft Office and CRM systems.
  • Previous experience of working in a manufacturing or retail environment is desirable.
  • Proven experience of processing warranty claims or dealing with technical queries is desirable.

How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: PD Master Build Technician
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 hours per week
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

At Bailey, we are one big family. We have been building Bailey leisure vehicles here in South Bristol since 1948 and are very much part of the local community.

As a PD Master Build Technician, you will support the Product Development Build Team in the building of the physical product during all phases the new product development schedule. With a particular focus on improving the assembly process, and support the introduction of these products into production.


Specific responsibilities

  • Identify key areas for improvement for vehicle assembly
  • Supporting the creation of manufacturing supporting documentation for new product
  • Work with the manufacturing team to identify new manufacturing process
  • As part of a team assess vehicles during engineering phase for manufacturability
  • Able to write standard operating procedures and review if required
  • Able to understand the build process, schedules, bill of materials and current position regarding items made
  • Reviewing designs and developing an understanding of improvement of build for new leisure vehicles
  • Working with designers and suppliers to identify improvements in design
  • Gain an understanding of gas and electrical systems within the vehicle
  • Works within PD Department to look for and implement continuous process improvement opportunities that help make theirs and others’ jobs easier and more efficient
  • Support production teams as and when required as well as any other ad hoc duties

Requirements

  • Good interpersonal communication skills for working with internal and external clients and partners
  • Experience with furniture building or vehicle construction
  • Experience in Gas systems either leisure vehicle or domestic
  • Good understanding or water and heating systems in leisure vehicles
  • Experience in electrical systems either leisure vehicle or domestic
  • Ability to read drawings (CAD knowledge is an advantage)
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office
  • Adherence to all health and safety procedures

How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: Repairs Team Workshop Controller
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 hours per week
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

At Bailey, we are one big family. We have been building Bailey leisure vehicles here in South Bristol since 1948 and are very much part of the local community. We are now looking to hire an efficient and organised Workshop Controller with high attention to detail to join our Repairs team.

This is a key role in the Aftercare Department of Bailey which will assist to deliver the overall business strategy by ensuring the smooth running of the Repairs and Rapid Response Team. This role will manage incoming repairs ensuring these are planned to meet demand and provide a professional service and support to our retailer network whilst reporting back repair findings to the Product Performance Team Manager.


Specific responsibilities

  • Ensuring quality control for repairs is completed and all meet the high standards expected by our customers
  • Provide a professional service to support the retailer network in relation to warranty repairs
  • Play an active role in insurance repairs, produce estimates for required work to achieve profit opportunities
  • Daily management and coaching of team members
  • Delivering targets and business objectives
  • Managing the diary bookings and response visits to ensure demand is met and delivered efficiently
  • Responsible for the maintenance of the response vans, including MOTs and tax are kept up to date
  • Collate the response teams expenses and deliver to the accounts team on time for payment
  • Scheduling the workload daily to meet the timescales set for completion
  • Ensure all repair work, inspections and quality checks are documented and recorded to meet the business requirements
  • Ensure all repair standards are achieved and warranty guidelines are adhered to
  • Responsible for Health & Safety procedures within the workshop and response visits, ensuring Health & Safety protocols are always followed, in line with company policy to ensure a safe working environment for all
  • Build strong working relationships with other internal departments
  • Set high standards for workshop appearance and working practices and lead the team by example
  • Monitor performance and manage department costs remain within budgets set
  • Document repairs and produce technical repair instructions to assist future repairs and help to advise retailers on manufacture recommended repairs
  • Play a proactive role in the future development of the repairs team operation and implement systems required to deliver the needs of the business,
  • Deliver training for Approved Retailer Technicians on the Alu-Tech construction,
  • Be a technical point of contact to assist with customer enquiries.

Requirements

  • Have a technical background with experience of working in a repair-based workshop
  • Full UK driving license with ability to drive up to a maximum authorized mass (MAM) of 7,500kg for both manual and automatic vehicles
  • Strong I.T and organisational skills
  • A positive mindset and open to change and new challenges
  • Attention to detail with a proactive approach to work
  • Ability to work under pressure, problem solve and a good decision maker
  • Self-motivated and able to motivate the team
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience of dealing with customers and complaint handling
  • Previous experience in a similar role is preferable
  • Adherence to all health and safety procedures

How to Apply

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Job Details

Job Title: Repairs Technician x 2
Contract Type: Permanent x 1 and Secondment x 1
Salary: Competitive
Hours: 39 hours per week
Closing Date: Friday 1st July 2022


Summary of Role

At Bailey, we are one big family. We have been building Bailey leisure vehicles here in South Bristol since 1948 and are very much part of the local community. We are now looking to hire an efficient and organised Repairs Technician with high attention to detail to join our Repairs team, using your skillset to repair vans and motorhomes.


Specific responsibilities

  • Assembling a range of products varying in size, weight and location.
  • Using initiative to identify tasks and working to complete them.
  • Demonstrating a good understanding of quality, routinely completing quality checks to a high level of accuracy.
  • Identifying and suggesting improvements which lead to improved repair times, reduced spend, better quality or simplification of a task.
  • Excellent attention to detail when completing vehicle assessments.
  • Flexibility and enthusiasm, willing to undertake any training required.
  • Strong understanding of Health & Safety standards which are adhered to at all times.
  • Demonstrating good team working skills, such as helping others, seeking out work, supporting the team leader and showing personal traits such as honesty, trust, understanding and respect.
  • Handling, installing and operating of all repair parts to a high-quality standard.
  • Correct disposal of waste and maintaining a clear workstation.
  • Keen eye for detail, cleaning finished vehicles prior to dispatch.

Requirements

  • Ability to use simple tools such as an electric screwdriver, rivet gun, stapler, nail gun, socket drive and mastic gun (essential)
  • Experience of working within a production environment (desired)

How to Apply

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