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Compliance Coordinator Littlehampton or Nottingham 24 January 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Compliance Coordinator to join our Compliance team. Reporting into the Compliance Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for co-ordinating the activities of the business in all areas of compliance and health & safety. The role will include travel to various locations across the UK so a full clean driving licence is required. The location of the role is flexible and can be based at either our Head Office in Littlehampton, West Sussex or our National Distribution Centre in Nottingham.

The Role:

Reporting into the Compliance Director, the Compliance Co-ordinator will develop and co-ordinate processes that ensure the services we provide meet both internal and external standards and regulations.Working with department managers they will advise and assist in the development and maintenance of company-wide Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), handling escalated complaints, as well as guiding the business on Information and Clinical Governance legislation, Pharmacy Regulations, health & safety and liaising with external regulators.

Key responsibilities include;

 Internal Audit

  • Periodically examine company practices to ensure adherence to defined internal and external policies, laws and regulations. Report findings to management and business leaders to ensure that all parties are aware of areas in need of regulatory adjustments

Policy Creation

  • Examine and research risk areas and assist in the drafting of corporate governance policies that mitigate the identified risk areas

Regulatory Reporting (Non-Financial)

  • Define compliance related data collection procedures, compile and report to management on the required basis including health and safety analysis, policy and procedure currency and compliants

Compliance Advice

  • Issuing advice and guidance on compliance issues on a regular basis, identifying training needs and assisting in the development of training materials, providing training where necessary
  • Assist and advise Departmental Managers in the implementation of key compliance, quality, health & safety and regulatory projects and working in cross-functional business development projects

Health and Safety

  • Support the Compliance Director with managing and monitoring standards, processes, communications, training, reporting and systems to ensure adherance to all responsibilities associated with Health and Safety within the business.

About You:

  • You will be a self-motivated individual with the determination to succeed and demonstrate the ability to cope well under pressure.
  • You will have strong organisational and time management skills
  • You will have a passion and interest in health and safety and compliance

What we can offer you:

  • A Competitive salary with an annual pay review.
  • Competitive company Pension scheme (full scheme employee contributes 3% annual salary & company contributes 8.5%)
  • Private Healthcare scheme.
  • Life Insurance Cover (up to x10 annual salary)
  • 25 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays
  • Enrolment onto the company’s bespoke Fittleworth Academy.
  • Access to Employee Assistance benefits (Best Doctor’s, Employee Assistance Programme, etc).
  • Ride to Work Scheme.

To apply for the position please email a copy of your CV to us. Any personal information you share with us will be treated in line with our company Privacy Notice available via legal notices on our website.

Fittleworth provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regards to race, religion / belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, maternity, national origin, ethnic background, disability, or age

Acute Inside Sales Partner Littlehampton 24 January 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and driven customer focused individual to join our Customer Service Team in the role of Acute Inside Sales Partner. Working in close partnership with the Sales and Customer Service teams, the role holder will sell/ influence Fittleworth services to individuals and groups that can influence new patient referrals. The Inside Sales Partner will build relationships across acute hospital environments to refer patients to the Fittleworth service. This role will be telephone based and based at our Head Office in Littlehampton. This is an exciting area of our business we are looking to grow! If you are driven by providing a first class service, exceeding sales targets and achieving a competitive bonus, apply now!

Experience / Skills:

  • Sales experience beyond the early stages of territory business development
  • Ideally experience of selling a service (rather than a product)
  • Proven sales record of exceeding results
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong customer service skills

What we can offer you:

  • A Competitive salary with an annual pay review.
  • Competitive company Pension scheme (full scheme employee contributes 3% annual salary & company contributes 8.5%)
  • Private Healthcare scheme.
  • Life Insurance Cover (up to x10 annual salary)
  • 25 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays
  • Enrolment onto the company’s bespoke Fittleworth Academy.
  • Access to Employee Assistance benefits (Best Doctor’s, Employee Assistance Programme, etc).
  • Ride to Work Scheme.

To apply for the position please email a copy of your CV to us. Any personal information you share with us will be treated in line with our company Privacy Notice available via legal notices on our website.

Fittleworth provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regards to race, religion / belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, maternity, national origin, ethnic background, disability, or age

Care Centre Operative Mansfield

Job Description

We are looking for a motivated and service driven individual to join our Mansfield Care Centre team. The successful candidate will be responsible for contributing to the smooth and effective running of the Centre by processing and customising client orders.

This is a Part Time position working Monday to Friday 1:00pm – 5:00pm.

Main Duties will include:

  • Picking, packing, and checking client orders for dispatch
  • Customising client orders, by hand cutting pouches to specific measurements
  • Ordering stock, completing stock checks and stock replenishment
  • Receiving and unpacking deliveries
  • Maintaining service standards in line with Company policy and pre-agreed KPI’s
  • Quality check delivery notes and orders against Goods Inwards
  • Liasing with internal departments as well as third party couriers to ensure the correct orders are dispatched correctly, efficiently and on time

About you:

  • Experience working within distribution / dispensing / production line environment
  • Supply Chain experience (desirable)
  • Computer literacy with a good working knowledge of MS Word, Outlook, and Excel
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills with an eye for detail

What we can offer you:

  • A competitive salary with an annual pay review
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare Scheme
  • Life Insurance Cover
  • 25 days holiday plus statutory Bank Holidays
  • Enrolment onto the company’s bespoke Fittleworth Academy
  • Access to Employee Assistance Benefits (Best Doctors, Employee Assistance Programme, etc)
  • Ride to Work Scheme

To apply for the position please email a copy of your CV to michelle.mcnally@fittleworth.com. Any personal information you share with us will be treated in line with our company Privacy Notice available via legal notices on our website.

Fittleworth provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regards to race, religion / belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, maternity, national origin, ethnic background, disability, or age.

Job Type: Part-time