MotorScrubber Careers

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Current Opportunities

Product Design Engineer Role

Are you ready to push the boundaries and set standards through innovation and invention?

 

Here at MotorScrubber, we focus on performance and speed so you can deliver a five-star cleaning standard every time. We use science to reinvent the cleaning process for the modern world by creating long-lasting machines that use durable, high-quality
components that will never let you down.


All our products are designed, engineered, and built in Sheffield, England and we stick to our industrial roots to create the highest quality equipment for professional use. To support our considerable growth and maintain our excellent quality, we have invested over £250,000 in several machines that will enable us to continue leading the way and developing state-of-the-art products.


We are looking for a highly driven and talented product design engineer to join our dedicated product development team and engineer our revolutionary machines.


This role is based at our headquarters in Sheffield, England. You will work alongside our excellent R&D team and with a design infrastructure that is second to none to drive the innovation of new cleaning products that reinvent the cleaning experience.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS:

 

To support your application, we would like to see a portfolio of previous project examples alongside your CV.

We’d like to see:

  • Portfolio of project examples

  • CV

  • Interests and ambitions

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Actively contribute to the discovery of new and business-relevant problems within the cleaning market.

  • Take a proactive approach in the generation and development of ideas.

  • Arrange team meetings, organise, and conduct market research and decide on ideas which are then pitched to the CEO.

  • Produce working concepts for technical evaluation and design reviews using prototyped components.

  • Take a considered and creative approach to problem-solving.

  • Work collaboratively with wider R&D teams to utilise technical skills and knowledge to enhance product performance.

  • Produce real, functional designs across a range of device types and technologies.

  • Take an active role in ensuring all engineering problems are resolved thoroughly and robustly.

 About you:

  • Demonstrable experience delivering robust design solutions from concept to production.

  • Degree or equivalent in product design, mechanical engineering or similar.

  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of product design, mechanical engineering, and mechatronics.

  • Experience in refining ergonomics using CAD, as well as refinement, iteration, and optimisation of parts.

  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently.

  • Experience developing structural, mechanical flow simulation and FEA alongside prototyping and management of design data and drawings using PDM systems.

  • Experience designing products and developing physical prototypes.

  • Able to work effectively with other R&D team members.

  • Able to plan and prioritise tasks.

  • Excellent communication, problem-solving and analytical skills.

  • Must be able to use SolidWorks.

  • Fully understands and demonstrates the company DNA — full training will be provided regarding this.

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

 

Sales Manager Role

UK

Southern Sales Manager

USA

North East Sales Manager

(Must be based in the USA)

EUROPE

National Sales Manager France

(Employed by our Import Partner, Osciclean)

Are you looking to join the market leader in compact cleaning equipment?

Here at MotorScrubber, we push the boundaries of what is mechanically possible, setting standards through invention and innovation. Designed, engineered, and built-in Sheffield, England, we stick to our industrial roots and create the highest quality equipment for professional use.

 

We are looking for dedicated sales managers to support our growth and play a key role in shaping our company’s future in the UK and abroad. 

 

These roles are based on the road and involve travelling, visiting, and building a network of distributors within your territory. You may be required to stay away from home during the week to service your full network.

WHAT WE OFFER

  • Full product training on the whole range, exploring the mechanics of the products as well as applications.

  • Sales training and information on how to build and support your network of distributors.

  • A competitive base salary accompanied by an excellent bonus scheme — the harder you work, the more money you will earn.

  • Company branded vehicle containing the full range of products.

  • Laptop and iPhone.

  • Company expense card.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  

  • Book meetings and demonstrations throughout the week.

  • Keep in regular contact with distributors and sales teams, offering support to help them grow.

  • Regularly visit distributors and perform presentations.

  • Deliver product training to sales teams.

  • Perform end-user demonstrations to offer additional support. 

ABOUT YOU

  • Experience in a sales role is desirable, but full training will be provided.

  • Confidence when delivering presentations and speaking to prospective customers.

  • Embodies the company vision; every building needs a MotorScrubber.

  • Fully understands and demonstrates the company DNA — full training will be provided regarding this

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

 

Warehouse Operative UK

Are you looking to join the market leader in compact cleaning equipment?

Here at MotorScrubber, we push the boundaries of what is mechanically possible, setting standards through invention and innovation. Designed, engineered, and built-in Sheffield, England, we stick to our industrial roots and create the highest quality
equipment for professional use.


We are looking for ambitious warehouse operatives to join our dedicated team and play a key role in our company's operation and production.


This role is based at our headquarters in Sheffield, England. You will work alongside our excellent warehouse team to build and package our revolutionary products that reach people across the globe. A full uniform will be provided to the successful candidate, as well as comprehensive training on the assembly, production, and
packaging of all products.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Work to key targets set by the Warehouse Manager and Senior Leadership Team.

  • Manual handling of stock items.

  • Assemble and package orders.

  • Replenish production areas to maintain efficient production.

  • Wrap complete goods and load these onto courier vehicles.

  • Load, unload and take receipt of deliveries.

ABOUT YOU

  • Ambitious and positive.

  • Experience in warehouse or assembly work is desirable, but full training will be required.

  • A forklift license is desirable, but not essential.

  • Natural leadership ability and ability to seek solutions to problems.

  • Adaptable and able to manage workload.

  • Fully understands and demonstrates the company DNA — full training will be provided regarding this.

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

 
 

Purchasing Administrator

Are you looking to join the market leader in compact cleaning equipment?

Here at MotorScrubber, we push the boundaries of what is mechanically possible, setting standards through invention and innovation. Designed, engineered, and built-in Sheffield, England, we stick to our industrial roots and create the highest quality equipment for professional use.

 

We are looking for a passionate purchasing administrator to join our operations force and play a key role in shaping our company’s future in the UK and across the globe.

 

This role is based at our headquarters in Sheffield, England. You will take responsibility for all our purchasing decisions across the business and work closely with our logistics and warehouse managers.

Salary

  • £25,000 - £35,000 PA

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Negotiate and seek out the best deals from global suppliers.

  • Monitor sales data for the UK and USA.

  • Maintain satisfactory stock levels across all levels and regions of the business.

  • Order components from worldwide supplies and negotiate the best prices.

  • Consolidate stock from foreign suppliers to save on freight.

  • Ensure correct commodity codes to ensure accurate duty payments.

  • Source suppliers for new components and work closely with the design team to ensure optimum quality of new parts.

  • Other administrative duties as required by the business.

 

ABOUT YOU

  • 2 year's experience in procurement and purchasing (required).

  • 1 year’s experience in technical purchasing (preferred).

  • Experience with stock consolidation and the import of foreign goods internationally is desirable.

  • Advanced technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical components.

  • Understanding of how to source products quickly and cheaply.

  • Computer literate with advanced skills in Microsoft Suite and stock control software.

  • Able to confidently own purchasing decisions and use excellent negotiation skills to ensure every purchase benefits the business.

  • Confident, clear, polite, and friendly telephone manner.

  • Fully understands and demonstrates the company DNA — full training will be provided regarding this.

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

 

Financial Accountant

Are you looking to join the market leader in compact cleaning equipment?

Here at MotorScrubber, we push the boundaries of what is mechanically possible, setting standards through invention and innovation. Designed, engineered, and built-in Sheffield, England, we stick to our industrial roots and create the highest quality equipment for professional use.


We are looking for an enthusiastic finance professional to join our senior leadership team and play a key role in shaping our company’s future in the UK and across the globe.


This role is based at our headquarters in Sheffield, England. You will lead on our finance function and provide comprehensive financial advice, analysis, and support to
all business levels. This is a brand-new role for us, and the successful candidate will become part of the senior leadership team.

Salary

  • £25,000 - £35,000 PA

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Ensure financial opportunities and risks are quantified and understood at all business levels and provide optimum value for money.

  • Work in partnership with external accountants

  • Provide accurate financial reports and information to support the business through recommendations and suggestions on efficient practice.

  • Manage and coordinate the production and publication of monthly management accounts and executive board reports.

  • Manage company expenses and wider finance matters, being mindful of expenditure.

  • Develop and manage financial systems and policies.

  • Support purchasing and warehouse teams to monitor costs and spending.

  • Year-end processing, including obtaining reports and filing year-end accounts for UK, Australia, and US.

  • Process journals, run year-end software programmes and process quarterly VAT returns for the UK and Australia.

  • Prepare statutory year-end accounts.

  • Process purchasing invoices and support with sourcing payment.

  • Other administrative duties as required by the business.

 

ABOUT YOU

  • Qualified or part-qualified accountant.

  • Previous experience working in a financial role.

  • Intermediate or advanced Excel skills.

  • Able to develop and build relationships with internal and external customers, suppliers, and team members.

  • Excellent communication skills and confidence in presenting to senior management.

  • Able to challenge and suggest ideas when needed.

  • Able to manage conflicting priorities.

  • Previous experience operating international accounts alongside internal accounts.

  • Experience working in the accounting department of a growing business.

  • Able to adapt to a busy business environment.

  • Fully understands and demonstrates the company DNA — full training will be provided regarding this

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

Customer Experience & Sales Support Manager

Are you looking to join the market leader in compact cleaning equipment?

Here at MotorScrubber USA INC, we push the boundaries of what is mechanically possible, setting standards through invention and innovation. Designed, engineered, and built-in Sheffield, England, we stick to our industrial roots and create the highest quality equipment
for professional use. Our distribution centre in Chicago and sales offices in VA have allowed us to see exceptional growth over the last 12 months with worldwide selling.
 
We are now looking to appoint a dedicated Customer Experience & Sales Support Manager to continue growing sales in the US market while supporting logistics and general administration.
 
This role will report to our US-based Sales Director and have regular interaction with the head office in the UK. There will be a requirement for the successful candidate to travel based on the needs of the business.

Salary

  • $30,000 - $65,000 PA dependent on experience and skills.

Job Type


Full-time, Monday to Friday

Work Location: Hybrid (remote and Saint Charles, IL 60174)
 

Benefits:

  •  Health insurance

  • Bonus pay

  •  Commission pay

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Provide exceptional customer service to all distributors and customers in line with the company DNA

  • Ensure MotorScrubber is the machine of choice for customers and provide ongoing support for all orders and sales aftercare.

  • Support and participate in selling the full range of MotorScrubber products to customers and distributors.

  • Boost sales across the US region.

  • Manage all customer enquiries relating to the ordering process and ensure all items meet customer order requirements.

  • Administration duties, including setting up distributors and customers through Zoho and ensuring the information is retained in this system for access across the business.

  • Handle and process purchase orders promptly and engage with customers to chase payments where necessary.

  • Monitor all shipments, track packages, and process returns.

  • Act as the main contact point for all updates on shipping, delivery matters, other relevant information, and mechanical and technical issues.

  • Regularly liaise with UK HQ on general invoicing and customer service matters.

 

ABOUT YOU

  • Proven sales experience, ideally in a service-related sector, with clear demonstrations of exceptional customer service.

  • Ability to generate and maintain good working relationships with internal and external partners.

  • Able to work effectively with other team members.

  •  Self-starter with the ability to work independently.

  • Passion and initiative to develop learning across all disciplines within the company.

  • Excellent numeracy and confident computer skills.

  • Experience using Zoho is preferable.

  • Previous experience arranging and attending trade shows.

Are you ready to join our A-Team and become part of Team MotorScrubber?
Apply today via careers@motorscrubberclean.com or click apply now.

 
 

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MotorScrubber operates Preferred Supplier (PS) arrangements for all permanent, contract and temporary recruitment across all UK, USA and AUS functions. As such, we would ask that recruitment agencies refrain from making contact with any of our MotorScrubber employees and that no CVs are submitted to staff across MotorScrubber. Any unsolicited CVs and/or communications will reflect unfavourably on any potential opportunities for your recruitment agency. Any CVs will be sent at the recruitment agencies risk and will be interpreted as ‘gifts’ and we will reserve the right to engage with candidates directly having not, in any way, entered into your company’s Terms and Conditions of Contract.

If you would like to be considered for Preferred Supplier status, please send a brief introduction to your business/recruitment services which you offer to careers@motorscrubberclean.com, clearly stating your company name and the area that you specialise in. Your email will then be kept on file for consideration should we review our incumbent Preferred Suppliers here at MotorScrubber. Thank you for your interest and co-operation.