We’ve updated our 2017 objectives.

SMILE!

Company Objectives 2017                                                                                                          

Sustainable Delivery, by managing productivity, planning of work and materials to ensure that our time is productive and the purchase of materials is at cost effective rates.

Manage and Work Safely, supporting our customer and external advisors so making a continuous effort to review, plan and carry out work safely, considering what works well and not so well, consider what can we do differently?

Image, we must present ourselves in a courteous manner to our client and end user, we should wear clean and approved work wear at all times and keep vehicles that are provided to you clean and tidy.

Lead by Example, working with each other, in helpful and respectful ways and provide clear communication to and from manager, peers, co-workers and our regional prime administrators who have the challenging task of ensuring we meet performance targets.

Effective Solutions, A continuous review of the actual cost of jobs and consider different ways of working to achieve a cost less than our average job pack value.

Vacancies

Are you looking for a new challenge in 2017? Yes!

Are you focused on quality of work and customer satisfaction? Yes!

Do you enjoy working as part of a team? Yes!

Would you like to be part of a dynamic and fast growing business? Yes!

If this is you or someone you know then head on over to our Vacancies page for the latest opportunities within Midland Management Services and get in touch!

 

Sapper Vs Gunners Charity Event raises £50,000 for Autism Research Trust and the Felix fund.

On the 6th July 2016 MMS were delighted to be invited to attend the ‘Sappers V Gunners’ Army charity boxing event organised by the 101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal).

The event, that took place at Stamford Bridge, saw 400 guests entertained with 9 bouts of boxing alongside a 4 course meal and auction. The event was a huge success and raised a staggering £50,000 which beat their 2015 total of just over £41,000.

A special event organised to present the charities with the monies at Carver Barracks took place in February 2017 where Lieutenant Colonel Hawkins and Honorary Colonal Jools Holland, who is also a patron of the Autism Research Trust, were able to present each Charity with a staggering £25,000.

For further information on the charities supported

https://www.felixfund.org.uk/

http://autismresearchtrust.org/

To keep up to date with the latest, you can also follow the 101 Engineers regiment on their facebook page below:

https://www.facebook.com/101Recruiting/

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