We are a national organisation with four sites located in the United Kingdom.

Location: UK Based

Job Summary:   

In partnership with Jerol and having conducted significant, testing, development, and trials, we now seek an experienced design and installation engineer to promote the distribution poles, fall arrest systems, and accessories across the UK Distribution Network Operators and contractors.

Applicants must have extensive installation and maintenance experience, together with pole design understanding, albeit product training will be given.

A sound knowledge and influence of DNO activity and approach are required for this role which will require travel across the UK and Ireland.

Interpersonal skills;

  • Relating to and co-operating with colleagues, suppliers and customers as required.
  • Supporting and generating team spirit within and beyond your area.
  • Working flexibly.
  • Achieving high-quality standards and continual improvement.
  • Responding quickly to new challenges.
  • Communicating clearly.

Professional development;

  • Keep up to date with changes to existing / new products and also procedures.

The above is a framework to serve as a guide and is not exhaustive.

If you would like to apply, please forward a current CV together with a covering letter for the attention of

Reports to:         Rutherglen Business Unit – Team Leader

Location:            Rutherglen

Job Summary:   This role will be an integral part of the Rutherglen commercial team, who will support the commercial function to maintain, manage and expand existing accounts. Whilst developing new accounts and promoting organic business growth.

Key objectives

  • Respond to customer requests in a timely manner in line with the company procedures.
  • Generate new customer and sales opportunities with a regular prospecting plan.
  • Identify and capitalise on opportunities to upsell and maximise opportunities.
  • Service agreed strategic key accounts.
  • Deliver performance in line with agreed KPIs.
  • Sage sales and purchase entry.
  • Promote selling opportunities and activities in line with the business sales and marketing strategy.
  • Contribute to the sales team meetings
  • Provide monthly report to your Line Manager.
  • Positive attitude, aptitude and mind-set of execution.
  • Support management to facilitate stock control levels and stock turn.
  • Departmental health, safety and welfare awareness.
  • Contribute to product training.
  • Departmental health, safety and welfare awareness and compliance.
  • Any other reasonable requests to support the smooth running of the business.


  • Business to business sales experience.
  • Experience within the construction, street lighting, road signage or road maintenance sectors.
  • Professional with excellent communication skills which must include active listening along with verbal and written.
  • Computer skills to include office.
  • Excellent time management and organisation skills
  • A natural problem solver

The above is a framework to serve as guide and is not exhaustive.


  • Hill & Smith PLC Sharesave scheme (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Private medical care (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Life Insurance (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Access to Rewards Gateway Scheme
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme
  • 28 days annual holiday, increasing to 31 days after 5 years continuous service (inc. 8 Statutory Bank Holidays)


Mallatite, part of Hill & Smith PLC, is an industry leading UK based manufacturer and distributor of Road & Rail infrastructure products operating from 5 strategic locations.

In order to support our strategic business and people development plan we are recruiting this key role to join the Senior Leadership Team with the framework for development below.

To advise and enable colleagues and line managers on the professional aspects of HR including management of employees, HR policy and process, and legal implications or complex cases which ensures that Mallatite has excellent management of its employees and strong employee relations. This role forms part of the team responsible for delivering an excellent employee experience and customer service to line managers.


The ideal candidate will have experience in HR, including onboarding, exit interviews, administration of benefits and compensation, team restructuring and conflict resolution. As the face of our company culture, the human resources & talent professional will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as enthusiasm for nurturing employee performance and a pleasant work environment.

In addition, employee training, mentoring & coaching programming, policy development, recruitment as well as digital platforms is included within the role.

Applicants must be willing to travel between the business units and offer support and guidance to the colleagues across all disciplines through the management teams and take part in regular HS PLC events. The candidate can be based at either Tipton or Chesterfield


  • Maintain, develop, and implement employee processes, policies and procedures, using developed systems for proper documentation.
  • Provide ongoing maintenance of employee data and change workflows across internal and associated external systems, encompassing candidate management, new-colleague onboarding, including Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE) and change management.
  • Be responsible for data/file management processes related to new-colleague and termination processes across all databases for personnel.
  • Contribute to design, configuration, and communication activities for ongoing and annual benefits enrolment processes, programs, and performance.
  • Continually adjust processes to improve the management and accessibility of key analytical data.

Skills & Qualifications

  • Construction or manufacturing experience applicable to this role.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and an ethical mindset
  • Adept at problem-solving and conflict resolution
  • A developed and considered mindset supporting execution of tasks.
  • Familiarity with digital platform software and change management.
  • Competent in the understanding of UK HR law.
  • Competent in the understanding of UK Health & Safety requirements.
  • Commercially focused and competent.
  • Degree qualified or at least CIPD Level 5.


  • Hill & Smith PLC sharesave scheme (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Private medical care (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Life Insurance (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Access to Rewards Gateway Scheme
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme
  • 28 days annual holiday, increasing to 31 days after 5 years continuous service (inc. 8 statutory bank holidays)

Position:                              General Manager

Line Manager:                   Operations Director, or as designated

Location:                              Based in Tipton

Mallatite Limited is a renowned UK manufacturer of lighting, Rail, traffic and technology products, positioned within the Roads & Infrastructure Sectors of Hill & Smith PLC. Following recent and planned acquisitions and in support of our Succession Planning Development Plan we have a General Manager opportunity based at our business unit at Tipton.

Specialising in the design & manufacture & distribution of lighting & sign support structures and infrastructure equipment the experienced General Manager must have proven ability to deliver profitable contribution by managing staff, identifying and developing key skills and accomplishing established business objectives, whilst sharing a strong mind-set of execution.

Framework of Duties

Increase the business and management effectiveness through sound recruitment, training, mentoring, coaching and guidance, robust leadership and communication.

Instil ownership, accountability, robust opinion within an established appraisal process.

Develop and own strategic plans; delivering these strategies for business, end markets and strategic growth.

Promote and lead an innovation and good to great culture with excellent customer service

Deliver objectives & budgets, with fluid ability to implement change.

Coordinate the functions of procurement, production, marketing, sales, technical and finance within the objectives and policies of the business.

Deliver with the IMS Lead the objectives of Quality, Community, Health, Safety & Welfare & Environment.

Deliver an outstanding customer experience.

Possession of an articulate mindset of execution and development is necessary.

Skills & Qualifications

Applicants will have a demonstratable CV and sound experience of performance management, staffing and selection, management proficiency, key strategic thinker, planning, coaching and development, ability to make decisions in a fluid environment, financial understanding and P&L responsibility, process improvement, strong commercial acumen & entrepreneurial flair, quality management and a passion to embrace a fabulous career opportunity within a motivated and progressive business.  Demonstrable experience within a similar SME is a pre requisite as is manufacturing and change leadership skills.


The successful candidate can enjoy a package commensurate with experience and results and will include a salary, PRP scheme, car allowance, qualifying health, insurance and pension schemes, with an opportunity to progress in an autonomous role within an entrepreneurial market leading business.


Title:                      Business Development Manager – Transport & Technology

Reports to:          General Manager or as designated.

Location:              Nationwide

Job summary:   

The Business Development Manager is a Senior Commercial Development role, developing and delivering strategic objectives and measured growth within the overall goals of the business plan. The BDM will maximise revenue and profit and support innovative product development in conjunction with stakeholders.

Key responsibilities.

  • Identify new business opportunities, including new markets, new clients, new partnerships or new products and services.
  • Create & progress strategies to successfully reach new business opportunities.
  • Build relationships with new clients, analysing their needs and developing proposals to match and deliver these needs.
  • Create sales forecasts and actively working towards reaching them.
  • Develop strong, ongoing understanding of market trends and competitor activity.
  • Possess a strong understanding of the company’s products, the competition within the industry and positioning.
  • Collaborating with R&D and commercial teams to ensure capture all technical requirements.
  • Deliver strong I.P. opportunities.
  • Develop and deliver market influences.
  • Identify key exhibitions or platforms for maximum company and product positioning.
  • Attend national trade shows, conferences, event functions, as necessary.
  • Creation and delivery of written or presentational material, attending bid presentations as appropriate.
  • To support the tender process to ensure bids are competitive and in line with expectations.
  • Support the design, development & implementation of marketing & PR campaigns to promote the brand to influence behaviours and secure future opportunities.

If you are interested in this great opportunity to join Mallatite, please apply by sending your cv to


Reporting into the Management Accountant, the purchase ledger controller will be responsible for actively managing the creditors ledger for both divisions within Mallatite Limited.

The role will be based in Tipton (DY4).

Job Description

  • Post purchase invoices (No Purchase order)
  • Identify/match/post purchase invoices (with purchase order). And query any prices differences/goods not booked in
  • Generate weekly payment runs for both UK and Euro suppliers
  • Ad-hoc payments
  • Ownership of bought ledger email inbox
  • Statement reconciliations for at least the top 30 suppliers each month
  • To ensure all documents (invoices etc.) are spindled (scanned) onto each account and correctly
  • Monthly expenses processing and payment
  • Process CIS deductions and generate sub-contractor certificate for internal sign off on job completion
  • Follow internal procedures on supplier detail changes
  • General ledger ad-hoc tasks (i.e. post journals)
  • Ensure up to date contact information is kept on file

Experience & Qualifications

  • Experience using Sage 200 is desirable, but not essential

If you would like to apply for this fantastic opportunity, please email your CV to


Key duties:

  • Management of Safety Cloud or Equivalent & IMS (Integrated management System)
  • All audits in including internal and external certifying bodies
  • To ensure that all standards and accreditations are maintained
  • Management of all quality procedures and non-conformances
  • Management of Waste management & Environmental Policies & Procedures
  • Undertake, implement, and manage site specific RAMS, PUWER. Safe Systems of Work and PPM plan
  • Accident / Near Miss Investigations
  • Customer Service Investigations
  • Ensuring transport, loading and site safety requirements
  • Travel to other sites as required
  • Communication with site specific Team Leader & Managers
  • Any other reasonable requests to support the smooth running of the company.

The above whilst a framework and not exhaustive it serves as a platform for the role.

Skills & Experience Requirements:

  • Preferably IOSH or NEBOSH Trained or in Training
  • Computer literate


  • Hill & Smith PLC Sharesave scheme (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Private medical care (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Life Insurance (eligible after 6 months continuous service)
  • Access to Rewards Gateway Scheme
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme
  • 28 days annual holiday, increasing to 31 days after 5 years continuous service (inc. 8 Statutory Bank Holidays)

Applications in writing to