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Carville are recruiting for the following positions:


Sales Administrator

Location: Dorking, Surrey
Salary: Competitive

This well established manufacturer in Surrey are renowned experts in machining, bonding and finishing engineering grade plastics. They supply global, blue-chip customers in industries including life sciences, medical devices and industrial applications with solutions including fluidic manifolds and optical components. Part of a small, friendly sales team, this role is a key interface between the clients and the sales and production teams.

The Role:

Reporting to the Commercial Manager, you will be responsible for liaising with both clients and internal personal to ensure client’s Requests For Quotation (RFQs), orders and general enquires are processed and responded to in a timely manner. Duties will include loading orders and RFQs into the planning system, issuing quotations, advising on delivery timing, following up on quotations, issuing order acknowledgements and dealing with general client enquires. You will also support general marketing activity and administration in line with the ISO9001 quality management system.

Essential Skills and Experience:

• 2 years + experience in an administration role
• Dealing professionally with clients on the phone and face to face
• Accuracy with numbers
• General IT skills including Microsoft Excel
• Strong communication skills both written and verbal

Nice to have:
• Working in an ISO9001 based management system
• Sales environment experience

CNC Machine Programmers – Setter – Operators

Carville are currently looking to recruit additional skilled CNC programmers and machinists who will ideally have experience in the machining of acrylic and other engineering plastics. The ideal candidates will also have an aptitude towards the production of new parts and new process development. Carville are recognised as leaders in the machining of acrylic and other plastic materials and we will provide training and development for the successful individuals.

Final Finishing and Inspection

This role is a critical part of our production and involves inspecting, finishing and packing components ready for dispatch to our customers. A background in engineering is not necessary, however, the successful candidate will ideally have good dexterity and a keen eye for detail.

Benefits include:

  • Competitive salary
  • Company contributory pension scheme
  • 25 days annual paid leave plus public holidays
  • Normal working hours: –  Monday – Thursday  08:00 to 16:45 & Friday 08:00 to 13:00.

Applications may be e-mailed to: