New jobs created at Global Heat Transfer
Global Heat Transfer, the thermal fluid specialist, has created five vacancies at its Cold Meece Estate headquarters in Stone. The increased demand for personnel follows a prosperous period of growth and the company plans to double in size over the next 12 months.
The thermal fluid specialist, a division of Global Group, is looking to recruit candidates from a range of professional backgrounds with various levels of experience. A proven sales executive is needed as is a telesales executive with experience of working in customer relationship management. A new business manager with a proven background in engineering and/or technical sales and a marketing executive is needed to implement marketing campaigns. Finally, an experienced engineer with a background in similar industries is needed to complement the team.
Global Heat Transfer provides a comprehensive range of services for the thermal fluid industry including sampling, analysis and fluid delivery as well as system drain down, cleaning and waste management. It also specialises in on-site maintenance, system design and installation. The company works with a growing client base from industries as diverse as marine, petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals. It also works in the solar, manufacturing, print and food processing sectors.
“Although the work that we do here is niche, it is of huge relevance to the process industries in which we work,” explained Clive Jones (40), managing director at Global Heat Transfer. “Process engineers don’t realise that the services we supply are crucial in helping our customers meet health and safety regulations and operate lawfully. Our understanding of thermal oil management systems enables us to simplify complex issues and deliver the most beneficial solutions to our customers.”
“Staffordshire and the Midlands overall are particularly strong markets for us due to the number of food processing and manufacturing industries in the area,” continued Jones. “Without this market we would not be experiencing our unprecedented growth. So we see it is important to feedback this value into the community,” Jones concluded.
If you’re interested in these any of these vacancies, e-mail your CV to Global Heat Transfer