- Multibrands International creates 10 permanent job vacancies
- Company manufactures and supplies certified personal and medical grade PPE
- Multibrands International exports to 140 countries worldwide
West Yorkshire based manufacturing and distribution company, Multibrands International has launched a recruitment drive after creating a raft of new job vacancies.
Despite challenging times, Multibrands International is actively recruiting for 10, new permanent positions across all areas of the business to support rapid growth and extend the headquarters team to underpin future development.
Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, the firm has continued to grow, fuelled by the expansion of its Panodyne care range. Panodyne has become a trusted UK supplier of high-quality PPE equipment, including facemasks, protective gloves, hand sanitizer, and non-contact thermometers for daily and professional use. Panodyne products can currently be purchased from leading wholesalers, including Bookers.
The job vacancies available immediately include a human resources manager, e-commerce manager, graphic designer, and a business development manager. The roles are based at Multibrands International Headquarters on Jowett Street, Bradford.
Since March, the company has seen a raft of new recruits across sales, accounts, marketing, and administration teams. During the lockdown, staff, including new recruits were working remotely to continue fulfilling orders and getting essential items to key workers.
Director Rizwana Hussain comments: “Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, we ramped up the production of our Panodyne range and expanded it to support those on the frontline.
“The success of the expansion and the ambition of our team at Multibrands means we have continued to grow despite the Covid-19 pandemic and we are in a position to create a number of permanent job vacancies across the business. This recruitment drive will also help us to support our local economy by getting professionals around the region back into work during these uncertain times.”