Status: Closed.  Another successful assignment for Oakleigh Resourcing.

The role:  Marketing & Communications Manager

Our cient:  Edinburgh Instruments Ltd (part of the global Techcomp Europe Group of companies)

Location:  Livingston, West Lothian (with hybrid working)

Package:  Competitive salary plus excellent benefits package including 37.5 hours per week with flexible working patterns available (allows for an early Friday finish), performance-related bonus, pension, paid sickness, holiday allowance, employee discount scheme, subsidised gym membership and cylce to work scheme and group life, pernanent health and private medical insurance.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Group Head of Product, the Marketing & Communications Manager will lead the marketing & graphics team with a remit to provide the Techcomp Group with a fully joined up, collaborative and responsive marketing & communications function. Working across the Techcomp Group of companies, they will own the marketing strategy, establish a consistent tone of voice with compelling stories to drive traffic and develop a unified communications message.

Status: Closed.  Another successful assignment for Oakleigh Resourcing.

The Role:  Supply & Demand Analyst

Our Client:  St Pierre Groupe

Location:  Didsbury, South Manchester (with hybrid working)

Package:  £35k - £45k plus bonus, pension, life assurance, phi, 27 days holiday plus 1 day for your birthday + Bank Holidays with flexible working around core hours plus hybrid working


We’re looking for an experienced Supply & Demand Analyst to join our Manchester-based team. Reporting to the Head of Planning, the position is an essential role in our operations department.

Job purpose

To maximise the availability of our key products to our worldwide customers through the strategic management of demand and supply.

Status: Closed.  Another successful assignment for Oakleigh Resourcing Ltd.

The Role: Corporate Governance - Risk & Assurance Manager (FTC 12 months)

Our Client:  The Alan Turing Institute

Location: Hybrid working.  Office Location is at The British Library, London NW1

Remuneration:  Salary £50k - £52k depending on experience plus pension, phi incl. dental, 30 days annual leave + statutory days, flexible working around core hours plus hybrid working. (

There has never been a more significant time to work in data science and AI. There is recognition of the importance of these technologies to our economic and social future: the so-called fourth industrial revolution. The technical challenge of keeping our data secure and private has grown in its urgency and importance. At the same time, voices from academia, industry, and government are coming together to debate how these technologies should be governed and managed.

The Alan Turing Institute, as the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, plays an important part in driving forward advances in these technologies in order to change the world for the better.

The Institute is named in honour of Alan Turing, whose pioneering work in theoretical and applied mathematics, engineering and computing is considered to have laid the foundations for modern-day data science and artificial intelligence. The Institute’s goals are to undertake world-class research, apply its research to real-world problems, driving economic impact and societal good, lead the training of a new generation of scientists, and shape the public conversation around data and algorithms.

After launching in 2015 with government funding from EPSRC and five founding universities, the Institute has grown an extensive network of university partners from across the UK and launched a number of major partnerships with industry, public and third sector. Today it is home to more than 500 researchers, a rapidly growing team of in house research software engineers and data scientists and a business team.