Overview

An opportunity has arisen to join the Fleet Services team as a Senior Coordinator, based at Sandy, on a permanent full-time basis. We are open to hybrid options for this role, with the right candidate working 3 days from the office and 2 days from home.

We are looking for someone with great communication that is highly organised and comfortable being self-assured when required. Previous experience within a fleet environment is not essential, the correct personal attitude and skills being more important. Full training and ongoing coaching will be given.

The Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days holiday per calendar year with option to purchase 5 more days
  • Dedicated Learning & Development team to support you and your career
  • Employee Assistance Program providing 24 hours support & advice in areas such as health and wellbeing for yourself, your family & friends (up to 5 people in total)
  • Increased Maternity, Paternity & Adoption leave benefits for eligible employees
  • Life Assurance scheme and pension plan with employer contributions of up to 7%
  • Cycle to Work Scheme, employee retail discount scheme and free eye test vouchers

About You

  • Very personable with good written and verbal communication
  • Able to develop good working relationships with both colleagues and providers
  • Highly organised with the ability to plan and prioritise effectively
  • Experienced with challenging providers and contractors on services and costs
  • A pragmatic and straightforward approach to queries which centres on problem solving
  • A willingness to learn and develop within the role
  • IT literate with good understanding of Microsoft applications

About The Role

As a Senior Coordinator your role will include:

  • Handling and responding professionally to fleet queries from all sources (phone, email, meetings)
  • Providing effective and timely updates on activities
  • Monitoring and investigating when a vehicle is off the road and related costs
  • Working closely with providers to ensure an efficient and cost-effective service
  • Creating and updating records on our fleet management system
  • Leading or providing a supportive role to fleet related projects
  • Taking on a senior role within the team to provide support and guidance

About Us

Frontier is a successful and growing business. We are the largest crop production and grain marketing company in the UK, with over 1,000 employees and a turnover of more than £1.5 billion.

With a vision to be the first-choice employer in UK agriculture, we are committed to delivering a culture where people are at the heart of our success.

Award winning for our commitment to people, we have been recognised by Great Place to Work institute since 2012 and we are proud to be ranked by them in the top 30 UK best large places to work.

Our business approach is underpinned by our core values Integrity, Customer focus and Expertise or ‘ICE’. These values support our whole philosophy and way of working and we are always looking to attract talented individuals with either industry knowledge or specialist skills that will help us deliver consistently to these values.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

We have a clear commitment to equality of opportunity and diversity encouraging fairness and equality of treatment for all. As such we encourage applications from all backgrounds.

We recognise the value of a workforce in which people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to introduce fresh ideas and contribute to the business goals.

We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment with inclusive employment policies, such as progressive flexible working and parental policies.

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