We have been situated in Northumberland, in the north-east of England for over 70 years. Employing 320 people, we manufacture and sell high quality thermo-plastic films for exterior and interior design industries. We also distribute waterproofing construction products within the UK and Ireland.
Whether you're looking to start your career or looking for a change, there are a range of career opportunities available with us at RENOLIT Cramlington Ltd. These oppportunities include careers within:
You can find any current vacancies on our Job Finder page.
Our competitive salaries put us in the top 25% of companies within the north-east of England
We have a contributory pension scheme - with a minimum of 10% of salary going into your pension per year. We also offer a life assurance of ten times salary.
We offer a 24 hour access to an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to help employees and their families in times of need.
Our on site occupational health team includes a Doctor, Physiotherapist and full time Occupational Health Technician. All employees are offered annual wellbeing medicals and free flu vaccines.
We are currently working towards our Silver award on the Better Health at Work scheme. Our previous campaigns include: Dry January, cancer, healthy eating, physical activity and mental wellbeing.
We have structured training programmes to meet business and individual requirements. Our training ranges from induction and skills training to RENOLIT Group led high potential management programmes.
Newcastle upon Tyne is 8 miles away from Cramlington and is the most populated city in the north of England. It is a vibrant city, famous for its shopping districts, restaurants and night life. It is home to the famous Tyne Bridge and Newcastle United Football Club and hosts the world renowned Great North Run every year, Europe's largest half marathon.
The regional nickname and dialect for people living in Newcastle and the surrounding areas is Geordie.
The Farne Islands lie off the Northumberland coast and are the most famous Sea Bird Sanctuary in the British Isles as well as having a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals. There are approximately 100,000 pairs of breeding birds in the height of the season, these include puffins and terns.
The second largest inhabited castle in the UK, Alnwick castle was used as a location for the first two Harry Potter films
Bamburgh castle dates back to Anglo-Saxon times, when Bamburgh was the capital of the kingdom of Northumbria. It is a spectacular castle which has fantastic coastal views.
Hadrian's Wall was built on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian after his visit to Britain in AD 122 to separate the barbarians from the Romans. It is approximately 73 miles wide and stretches from coast to coast.
Today it is possible to visit the ruins of towns, forts, turrets and towers that once kept watch over the wall. Hadrian's Wall became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
The wall offers fantastic landscapes, rare wildlife and many cosy pubs.
Druridge Bay is a stunning seven mile stretch of sand which runs from Cresswell to Amble in Northumberland. Coastal areas at the bay are designated nature reserves, rich in wildlife.
The Angel of the North is one of the most famous public artworks in the UK. Designed by Antony Gormley, the Angel has been welcoming people to the north east since 1998. The steel sculpture stands 20m tall with its wings spanning 54m wide.