Careers at McGinley

Professional & forward thinking

Professional & Forward Thinking

As well as being a professional and forward thinking recruitment business, we remain friendly with a working environment that is enjoyed by our staff and remarked upon by our customers. At McGinley Support Services we pride ourselves on working in partnership with customers, and as a result we employ a mixture of staff with a recruitment background and a number from the markets that we serve. Candidates from the industry who have high communication skills and an aptitude for business development may find opportunities with us, as the industry knowledge and experience you have help us understand our customers’ problems, giving rise to better solutions.


A Rewarding Place To Work

Staff who join us will find that we work within divisions and teams. Staff are expected to follow plans and hit targets, and there is recognition for those who can develop business and service to a high standard. Equal opportunities is also very important to our business.

If you feel you are ready for the challenge of working for McGinley Support Services, please have a look at our job vacancies below.

Internal Jobs

Rail Labour Supply Manager

Kent, UK

£25,000 - £35,000 per annum

We are currently looking for an experienced Rail Labour Supply Manager to assist the team covering our Kent region in the day to day running of a very busy rail team. You will have a proven track record in the rail sector. The role of the Rail Labour Supply Manager is to supply, coordinate and manage rail operatives to optimise contract profitability through the provision of the required labour resources for project execution and safe and effective management, delivering to time and to the satisfaction of our clients. It would be highly desirable for this role if you have an understanding of the SSOW planning. Key responsibilities: Labour Management *Partner all projects within the area of responsibility to ensure the right quantity, quality and skills mix of operatives are provided within agreed time lines - both at site set up and during the full life cycle of the project; *Manage the transfer of labour between projects, locally and nationally; *Visit each customer project / location in accordance with your teams servicing plan; *Collect timesheets when necessary; *Deliver or collect PPE / tools / equipment when necessary; *Carry out allocated on-call duty as allocated by line manager; *Review worker performance weekly and take necessary action regarding client and operative; *Complete Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) reports weekly and send to clients where appropriate. Sales/ Account Management *Create and develop business opportunities with both existing and new clients; *Focus on selling all grades of workers and support services supplied by the company, on temporary hired, contract hired workers or permanent placement fee basis, as agreed with your line manager; *Maintain contact, build and maintain a good working relationship with existing clients by way of pro-active telephone contact and 'face to face' meetings; *Arrange regular site visits with operatives, increasing interaction at the workface; Essential requirements for this position include: *Previous recruitment experience within rail resourcing; *Attention to detail; *Excellent communication with strong language skills, both written and verbal; *Good organisational skills; *MS Office packages and preferably RDB Pro database experience; *An interest in infrastructure services; *A willingness to help other members of your team on a flexible basis. *PTS ACDC card is desirable. We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure .We regret that if you have not been contacted within ten working days that your application for this position has been unsuccessful. However, please check your junk email folder to ensure that an email from us hasn't been blocked by your spam filter. We receive many CVs and are unable to enter into telephone conversations until we have completed our initial selection procedure. McGinley Support Services is committed to equal opportunities and actively seeks applications from all sectors of the community irrespective of gender, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, having responsibility for dependants, age, religion/beliefs, or any other reason which cannot be shown to be justified. McGinley Support Services is committed to making reasonable adjustments in order for all candidates who are successfully put through to the interview stage to be able to attend.

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Careers at McGinley

Professional & Forward Thinking

As well as being a professional and forward thinking recruitment business, we remain friendly with a working environment that is enjoyed by our staff and remarked upon by our customers. At McGinley Support Services we pride ourselves on working in partnership with customers, and as a result we employ a mixture of staff with a recruitment background and a number from the markets that we serve. Candidates from the industry who have high communication skills and an aptitude for business development may find opportunities with us, as the industry knowledge and experience you have help us understand our customers’ problems, giving rise to better solutions.


A Rewarding Place To Work

Staff who join us will find that we work within divisions and teams. Staff are expected to follow plans and hit targets, and there is recognition for those who can develop business and service to a high standard. Equal opportunities is also very important to our business.

If you feel you are ready for the challenge of working for McGinley Support Services, please have a look at our job vacancies below.

Internal Jobs

Rail Labour Supply Manager

Kent, UK

£25,000 - £35,000 per annum

We are currently looking for an experienced Rail Labour Supply Manager to assist the team covering our Kent region in the day to day running of a very busy rail team. You will have a proven track record in the rail sector. The role of the Rail Labour Supply Manager is to supply, coordinate and manage rail operatives to optimise contract profitability through the provision of the required labour resources for project execution and safe and effective management, delivering to time and to the satisfaction of our clients. It would be highly desirable for this role if you have an understanding of the SSOW planning. Key responsibilities: Labour Management *Partner all projects within the area of responsibility to ensure the right quantity, quality and skills mix of operatives are provided within agreed time lines - both at site set up and during the full life cycle of the project; *Manage the transfer of labour between projects, locally and nationally; *Visit each customer project / location in accordance with your teams servicing plan; *Collect timesheets when necessary; *Deliver or collect PPE / tools / equipment when necessary; *Carry out allocated on-call duty as allocated by line manager; *Review worker performance weekly and take necessary action regarding client and operative; *Complete Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) reports weekly and send to clients where appropriate. Sales/ Account Management *Create and develop business opportunities with both existing and new clients; *Focus on selling all grades of workers and support services supplied by the company, on temporary hired, contract hired workers or permanent placement fee basis, as agreed with your line manager; *Maintain contact, build and maintain a good working relationship with existing clients by way of pro-active telephone contact and 'face to face' meetings; *Arrange regular site visits with operatives, increasing interaction at the workface; Essential requirements for this position include: *Previous recruitment experience within rail resourcing; *Attention to detail; *Excellent communication with strong language skills, both written and verbal; *Good organisational skills; *MS Office packages and preferably RDB Pro database experience; *An interest in infrastructure services; *A willingness to help other members of your team on a flexible basis. *PTS ACDC card is desirable. We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure .We regret that if you have not been contacted within ten working days that your application for this position has been unsuccessful. However, please check your junk email folder to ensure that an email from us hasn't been blocked by your spam filter. We receive many CVs and are unable to enter into telephone conversations until we have completed our initial selection procedure. McGinley Support Services is committed to equal opportunities and actively seeks applications from all sectors of the community irrespective of gender, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, having responsibility for dependants, age, religion/beliefs, or any other reason which cannot be shown to be justified. McGinley Support Services is committed to making reasonable adjustments in order for all candidates who are successfully put through to the interview stage to be able to attend.

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