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If you are the kind of person that can think a little differently, work at the heart of a team, push for the best possible outcome in the right way and still come out smiling – then one of the opportunities below could be for you.

Digital Marketing Assistant

Looking for your first step into digital marketing? You really could have just scrolled to your dream role.

Would you like to join a company which is built on problem-solving and overcoming challenges whilst working with a team that prides itself on its professionalism and personality?

If you could get excited by working on imaginative projects from a state-of-the-art purpose-built 22,000ft2 facility where you are encouraged to think differently to achieve brilliant results for global clients, then this could be the job for you!

EMS Group Solutions Limited are looking for a Digital Marketing Assistant to join our team of marketers.

As our new Digital Marketing Assistant, you will have the opportunity to work on exciting, new, high profile projects as an integral part of the EMS Group sales and marketing team at the most exciting time in the company’s 20+ year history.

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with flexible working. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness. And you’ll be limited only by your own ambition, with development and progression opportunities a key part of our culture.

Role requirements:

  • Assist the marketing team with producing copy and uploading content to social media channels via Hootsuite and websites.
  • Supporting on all marketing campaigns.
  • Assist in collating relevant information and copy for all marketing activities.
  • Work with our marketing team and in-house Videographer on new, exciting content for our marketing channels.
  • Assist with creation and management of Google Ads.
  • General administration tasks as and when required by the marketing team.
  • Evaluate current digital activity and monitor analytics via social media platforms, Google Analytics and reporting tools.

Skills and experience:

  • Examples of work, experience, or qualifications in the digital marketing sector.
  • Passion, positivity, enthusiasm, and eagerness to learn is a must.
  • Highly engaged and experienced in using social media.
  • Strategic thinking.
  • SEO knowledge.
  • Great copywriting skills.
  • A real attention to detail.
  • Time management, organisation, and communication skills.
  • Works well within a team environment

Other Requirements

  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license and have suitable transport provisions (public transport is not recommended due to location of offices).

Benefits

Your package will include:

  • Competitive salary and pension.
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months this includes things like subsidised spa treatments, private mental health support, dental and optician contributions)
  • Flexible working hours and WFH.
  • Substantial development and progression opportunities.
  • 22 days’ holiday (increasing by one day after each of your first three years to a maximum 25 days’ holiday).
  • Stunning 22,000ft2 purpose-built HQ in Cheshire.
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team.
  • Wellbeing programme.
  • Regular social events (previously been on overseas trips, to Bongos Bingo and Escape Rooms).
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Group Business Development Assistant

A rare and exciting opportunity to work with industry-leading makers, movers and managers of unique mobile spaces.

Would you like to join a company which is built on problem-solving and overcoming challenges whilst working with a team that prides itself on its professionalism and personality?

If you could get excited by working on imaginative projects from a state-of-the-art purpose-built 22,000ft2 facility where you are encouraged to think differently to achieve brilliant results for global clients then this could be the job for you!

EMS Group Solutions Limited are looking for a motivated and energetic Group Business Development Assistant. If successful you will be directly involved in securing and developing game-changing mobile marketing experiences with global clients and state-of-the-art mobile healthcare spaces with the NHS and private providers.

Working closely with the Business Development Managers across the Group and the Sales & Marketing Planning Manager you will play an integral role in the growth of EMS Group throughout EMEA. Your primary focus will be to identify new opportunities through smart research and insight across the healthcare and business sectors whilst providing support to the wider business where necessary in the way of administrative tasks, always ensuring opportunities for growth are managed through effective and efficient workflows.

You’ll be given the freedom to grow the role alongside the trust and autonomy you need to maximise your performance.

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with flexible working. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness. And you’ll be limited only by your own ambition, with development and progression opportunities a key part of our culture.

Key skills and requirements:

  • Excellent organisation and timekeeping skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Proactive, positive and flexible to take on tasks as required
  • Commercial awareness
  • Attention to detail whilst working under pressure
  • A pro-active, can-do attitude, with the adaptability to work in our fast-paced environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including building high-quality presentation decks
  • Dynamics 365 experience desirable but not essential
  • As an international operator, language skills are advantageous

Essential experience:

  • Minimum 1 year experience within a similar sales/business development role
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent

Your package will include:

  • £21,000 - £23,000 per annum (based on experience)
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months)
  • Flexible working hours (Mon-Fri)
  • 22 days’ holiday (increasing by one day after each of your first three years to a maximum 25 days’ holiday)
  • Stunning 22,000ft2 purpose-built HQ in Cheshire
  • Substantial development and progression opportunities
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team
  • Wellbeing programme
  • Regular social events
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Clinical Research Practitioner

Are you ready to use your clinical skills and experience in in a fresh, exciting and rewarding environment?

Would you relish the chance to continue your healthcare career as part of a dynamic, vibrant and friendly team delivering a pioneering project across the UK?

EMS Healthcare is looking for Clinical Research Practitioners for one of our most exciting client projects.

Working on a pioneering cancer detection study, you’ll be expected to bring your clinical expertise and passion for research to the role, delivering the project on board our fleet of purpose-built mobile medical units and making a real difference to patients’ lives. 

And as our new Clinical Research Practitioner, you will play a pivotal role within the research team at EMS Healthcare, supporting the daily running of the facility and the participant journey and experience throughout the study.

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with working for EMS Healthcare. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness.

If you’re ready to make history as part of this potentially revolutionary cancer study, this is what we’re looking for:

Key skills and requirements:

  • Experienced Clinical Research Practitioner
  • Experienced and skilled in the practice of venepuncture – with an up-to-date training history
  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training is desirable
  • Informed Consent experience and an up-to-date training history is desirable
  • Experience in the conduct of clinical trials is desirable

 

Other requirements

  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license  
  • The ability to travel within the allocated cancer alliance 
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a self-motivated way  
  • Proficient in written and spoken English 
  • Have relevant IT skills to perform the role 
  • Possess high standards of integrity, professionalism, and sensitivity 

 

Your package will include:

  • Appealing, consistent shift pattern that operates with 3 (12.5 hr) shifts on, 4 off
  • Guaranteed no night shift work for the contract duration
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme after 6 months
  • Competitive holiday allowance
  • Clinical and professional development opportunities
  • Wellbeing programme available for all employees
  • Social allowance with regular organised social events

 

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Clinical Research Nurse  

Are you ready to use your clinical skills and experience in a fresh, innovative and rewarding environment? EMS Healthcare is looking for Clinical Research Nurses to work on one of our most exciting client projects.   

Working on a pioneering cancer detection study, you’ll be expected to bring your clinical expertise and passion for research to the role, delivering the project on board our fleet of purpose-built mobile medical units and making a real difference to patients’ lives.  

As our new Clinical Research Nurse, you will play a pivotal role within the Clinical Services team at EMS Healthcare and as the lead Clinical Research Nurse on board the unit, you will be responsible for the daily running of the facility as well as leading and managing the clinical team.  

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with working for EMS Healthcare. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness.

If you’re ready to help our clients overcome a range of complex challenges while still providing world-class medical care, this is what we’re looking for:  

  

Key skills and requirements:  

  • RCN registered Nurse with an active PIN essential 
  • Experienced and skilled in the practice of venipuncture – with an up-to-date training history essential 
  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training essential 
  • Informed Consent experience and an up-to-date training history essential 
  • Experience of staff / team management or supervision desirable 
  • Experience in the conduct of clinical trials essential 

 

Other requirements:

  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license
  • The ability to travel within the allocated cancer alliance
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a self-motivated way
  • Proficient in written and spoken English
  • Have relevant IT skills to perform the role
  • Possess high standards of integrity, professionalism, and sensitivity

  

If this sounds like you, apply today or feel free to contact us with any specific questions.   

  

 Your package will include:  

  • Competitive salary and pension 
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months) 
  • Appealing, consistent shift pattern that operates with 3 (12.5 hr) shifts on, 4 off 
  • Guaranteed no night shift work for the contract duration 
  • Competitive holiday allowance
  • Working on board a state-of-the-art mobile unit, purpose built for the study  
  • Clinical and professional development opportunities  
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team 
  • Wellbeing programme 
  • Regular social events 
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Account Manager

Is this your chance to join one of the UK’s most exciting healthcare companies?

Are you ready to help one of the UK’s most innovative healthcare firms grow in a fresh, exciting and rewarding environment? Would you relish the chance to make a real difference to the day-to-day lives of people in every corner of the UK?

EMS Healthcare is looking for a new Account Manager to join our fast-moving, forward-looking team.

You’ll be expected to call upon all your years of experience, with our fleet of flexible mobile medical units playing a key role in steering the NHS through capacity, refurbishment and out-of-hospital challenges.

And as our new Account Manager, you will support a Project Director and lead a project team to manage a large scale Healthcare project throughout its life cycle. You will also ensure that the project is delivered to the highest standard, in line with our contractual requirements and to the agreed budget.. And you will build strong internal and external relationships, managing multiple sites, and collaborating with multiple stakeholders as well as measuring the success of the project against the client’s objective

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with flexible working. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness. And you’ll be limited only by your own ambition, with development and progression opportunities a key part of our culture.

Requirements:

  • A natural communicator with the ability to delight clients
  • Strong project management skills and attention to detail
  • Financially astute with strong budget control and a whizz on Excel
  • Possess exceptional time management and organisational skills
  • Awareness and understanding of what it takes to manage a deliver a complex project
  • Capability to lead and motivate a team to deliver the best results
  • Proven ability of proactively seeking and utilising the resources available to effectively problem solve·
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in an events / Account Manager role
  • Proven experience of financial management, budget control and achieving margin growth
  • Management of dedicated account personnel and proven ability to motivate
  • Proven experience of managing and delivering complex projects

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary and pension
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months)
  • Flexible working
  • 22 days’ holiday (increasing by one day after each of your first three years to a maximum 25 days’ holiday)
  • Stunning 22,000ft2 purpose-built HQ in Cheshire
  • Substantial development and progression opportunities
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team
  • Wellbeing programme
  • Regular social events
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Labourer

We are a growing team of mobile healthcare and event space Production experts.

Reporting to the Workshop Manager, this role is to support the Production Team, assist and support trades and contractors. Responsibilities include maintaining a clean, clear workshop including Joinery cutting room, stores and outside areas of the premises including waste disposal area; loading and unloading materials and deliveries. The role is suited to a person who is physical fit and can work independently. An ability to think on your feet and find quick solutions to unexpected requests would be an advantage.

  • House-keeping – maintaining high level H&S compliance e.g reduce slip and trip hazards etc
  • Maintain clean and clear, Factory, joinery room, stores and outside areas including the waste disposal area
  • Support the production team, trades and Contractors to deliver projects
  • Loading and unloading deliveries
  • Stripping out of old interiors at the end of a tour
  • Working at Height / Under vehicles and in restricted spaces
  • General construction

Requirements:

  • Basic construction work
  • Knowledge of using materials and building methods
  • H&S knowledge is advantageous

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Ability to manage & deliver multiple tasks to a high standard on time
  • Highly motivated
  • Self-disciplined
  • Strong focus on quality
  • Physically Fit
  • Practical skills
  • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Good technical skills

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Healthcare cash plan scheme after 6 months of service
  • 1-day extra holiday per year of service
  • Employee of the month incentives
  • Wellbeing programme available for all employees
  • Social allowance with regularly organised sporting and social events
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Unit Manager / Roadshow Manager

Are you ready to build on your HGV Class 1 licence in an exciting and challenging role that will stretch you well beyond traditional driving duties?

Do you have an appetite for exploration, a willingness to roll up your sleeves, excellent practical skills and the type of friendly personality that will impress our clients?

EMS are looking for roadshow managers to oversee the daily delivery of our innovative truck roadshows across UK, Europe and the Middle East.

Key skills and requirements:

  • Class 1 HGV license
  • Excellent communication skills and a focus on delivering outstanding customer experiences
  • Excellent practical skills and initiative, should be reliable and have a flexible approach to working hours and location
  • Attention to detail with regards to presentation in all aspects of work
  • Ability to give constructive feedback and suggestions
  • Self-motivated and committed to high standards and tight deadlines
  • Flexible attitude to work – the ability to adapt to changing demands and situations
  • Able to work away from home for extended periods, occasionally with unsocial hours
  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license and have suitable transport provisions (public transport is not recommended due to location of offices)
  • Able to travel throughout the UK and Overseas
  • Always work within the guidelines set out in EMS’ ISO processes, Health and Safety procedures and the Employee Handbook.
  • This post is subject to a satisfactory DBS check

Principle Duties:

From driving roadshow trucks across the UK, Europe, and the Middle East using the pre-arranged schedule and route plan, to setting up the truck on-site. Roadshow Managers are responsible for the maintenance and compliance of roadshow trucks from the moment they leave our HQ. During events, they are expected to work with EMS HQ staff and clients to solve problems and ensure the event is delivered successfully.

Experience:

Due to the complex nature of the role, we need individuals with practical experience of manual work and a good knowledge of mechanical and electrical skills. Having a HIAB license, experience within the events industry and language skills are also advantageous.

Your package will include:

  • Full-time contract
  • Competitive salary and pension
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months)
  • Flexible working
  • 22 days’ holiday (increasing by one day after each of your first three years to a
  • maximum 25 days’ holiday)
  • Stunning 22,000ft2 purpose-built HQ in Cheshire
  • Substantial development and progression opportunities
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team
  • Wellbeing programme
  • Regular social events

 

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IT Technician

A rare and exciting opportunity to work with industry-leading makers, movers and managers of unique mobile spaces.

 

Would you like to join a company which is built on problem-solving and overcoming challenges whilst working with a team that prides itself on its professionalism and personality?

If you could get excited by working on imaginative projects from a state-of-the-art purpose-built 22,000ft2 facility where you are encouraged to think differently to achieve brilliant results for global clients then this could be the job for you!

EMS Group Solutions Limited are looking for a motivated and energetic IT Technician. If successful you will be right at the heart of delivering game-changing mobile marketing experiences with global clients and state-of-the-art mobile healthcare spaces with the NHS and private providers.

You will be on hand to assist with 1st line troubleshooting, setting up user kit and working with the systems team (on systems such as Microsoft SharePoint, Teams and Exchange) to ensure that all of our colleagues, clients and projects run smoothly. You will provide support to our wide variety of marketing and healthcare client projects, which will vary from networking, AV, data and bespoke solutions. Other duties include:

  • Ensuring all kit is tracked within the asset registry
  • Assist the systems team to identify process improvement
  • Support wider company departments with data or administration support where required
  • Train staff on software usage and help users to improve effectiveness of MS products and company systems

You’ll be given the freedom to grow the role alongside the trust and autonomy you need to maximise your performance.

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with flexible working. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness. And you’ll be limited only by your own ambition, with development and progression opportunities a key part of our culture.

Skills & Requirements

  • Excellent Microsoft Office Packages knowledge
  • Strong understanding of networks & security
  • Understanding of databases
  • Excellent IT problem solver
  • Good communication skills
  • Good team working skills
  • Attention to detail & ability to work to deadlines.
  • Excellent time management and organization

Other Requirements

  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license and have suitable transport provisions (public transport is not recommended due to location of offices)
  • Able to travel throughout the UK

Benefits

  • Pension
  • Flexible working hours (Mon-Fri)
  • Working from our newly built state-of-the-art HQ (min. 3 days per week)
  • Healthcare cash plan scheme after 6 months of service
  • Employee of the month incentives
  • Scope for progression and personal development
  • Free and secure onsite parking with free-to-use electric charging points
  • Social allowance for nights out and other activities
  • Company events
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Clinical Research Service Manager

Is this your chance to join one of the UK’s most exciting healthcare companies?

Are you ready to help one of the UK’s most innovative healthcare firms grow in a fresh, exciting and rewarding environment?

Would you relish the chance to make a real difference to the day-to-day lives of people in every corner of the UK?

EMS Healthcare is looking for a new Clinical Research Service Manager to join our fast-moving, forward-looking team.

You’ll be expected to call upon all your years of experience, with our fleet of flexible mobile medical units playing a key role in steering the NHS through capacity, refurbishment and out-of-hospital challenges.

And as our new Clinical Research Service Manager, you will assist in all aspects of delivering the management of a clinical trial including staffing, compliance, delivery and ongoing clinical oversight to ensure projects are delivered on time and to the agreed specification. You will also brief internal teams on all project elements and identify and lead meetings with internal and external stakeholders. And you will develop excellent relationships with all client contacts as well as building wider client contact base.

In return, you’ll enjoy the lifestyle benefits that come with flexible working. You’ll get to grow your career in an industry accelerating at pace. You’ll feel pride at working for an employer committed to charity work and environmental awareness. And you’ll be limited only by your own ambition, with development and progression opportunities a key part of our culture.

 Key skills and requirements:

  • Confident and professional manner
  • Clinical Research knowledge
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • The ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines
  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Excellent time management and organisation
  • Enthusiasm to provide recommendations to help develop the Clinical Trials division
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Experience of working in a busy environment, whilst remaining calm under pressure
  • High competence using Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word products
  • Self-motivation to research and understand the healthcare sector and NHS markets
  • Ability to attend client meetings and travel throughout the UK

Other Requirements:

  • Registered nurse (NMC active pin number)
  • Experience in the conduct of clinical trials and managing clinical staff would be advantageous
  • Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license and have suitable transport provisions (public transport is not recommended due to location of offices)
  • Able to travel throughout the UK

Benefits

Your package will include:

  • Competitive salary and pension
  • Healthcare Cash Plan Scheme (after six months)
  • NMC Registration Fees
  • Flexible working
  • 22 days’ holiday (increasing by one day after each of your first three years to a maximum 25 days’ holiday)
  • Stunning 22,000ft2 purpose-built HQ in Cheshire
  • Substantial development and progression opportunities
  • Dynamic, vibrant and friendly team
  • Wellbeing programme
  • Regular social events
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Joiner

We are a growing team of mobile healthcare and event space Production experts. Reporting to the Workshop Manager, this role is to support the ongoing programme of re-fits, repairs and refurbishment of our truck and trailer fleet interiors.

Responsibilities include working to drawings, specifications and sometimes just visuals to create durable and attractive fit outs for our Marketing and Healthcare divisions. The role is suited to a fully skilled joiner who can work independently but also appreciate the roles of other trades in the process and work with them effectively. An ability to think on your feet and find quick solutions to unexpected requests would be an advantage.

Vehicle Refurbishment:
  • Stripping out of old interiors at the end of a tour
  • Wall lining
  • Partitioning with doors, hatches and vision panels
  • Kitchen units and other cupboards
  • Bespoke display stands and features
  • Reception desks / counters
  • Installation of free issue equipment (e.g. TV’s, product displays, specialist lighting…)
  • Awareness and adaptation to suit a mobile rather than static environment
  • Identify resources needed to complete the job

Exhibition Stand:

  • Construct disposable or multi-deployment trade stands
  • Ensure efficient install / break down within the construction
  • Identify resources needed to complete the job

Miscellaneous:

  • Ensure the factory is H&S compliant at all times
  • Ensure compliance with ISO 14001
  • Ensure compliance with ISO 9001

Experience:

  • General joinery including installation and fitting out
  • Working with laminated panels
  • Working with acrylic panels / products
  • Working with natural woods
  • Experience in spraying panels and finished assemblies would be an advantage
  • Reading and interpreting drawings
  • Interpreting visuals
  • Optimizing the construction method to make efficient use of time and materials
  • City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma or other similar qualification is preferred but you will also need at least two years additional experience and be able to provide evidence of previous work that you have personally undertaken

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Ability to manage & deliver multiple tasks to a high standard on time
  • Highly motivated
  • Self-disciplined
  • Strong focus on quality
  • Clear and confident communicator

Other Requirements:

Full UK residency and hold a valid driving license and have suitable transport provisions (public transport is not recommended due to location of offices)

Benefits:

Competitive Salary, Healthcare Cashplan, Pension, Sports and Social Club allowance.

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