- Investors in People Gold Award with Total Project Integration in 2015
- IiP Gold Employers of the Year with Total Project Integration in 2018
Jane is an experienced MD with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. During her career, she has become proficient in the areas of Business Planning, Cost Management, Retail, Feasibility Studies, and Quantity Surveying.
Jane has held a number of managerial and director roles at numerous firms, including BASF Printing Systems, Beales PLC, Walton Business Group and Hewhall Ltd. She became a partner of Total Integrated People Solutions in 2004, before being appointed MD of Total Project Integration in 2009.
In her current role, it is Jane's responsibility to strategically lead and direct the continuing development client service at Total project Integration that delivers quality services which meets their needs.
Jane is also a trained mentor & executive coach for women in property & is certified by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development CIPD.
Jane is a member or fellow of all of the following bodies:
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
- Member of the Institute of Directors
- Member of Women in Property
- Member of the Federation of Small Businesses
- Member of The International Society of Female Professionals
Management Consultant & HR Advisor [March 2006 to Present]
Walton Business Group [2005-2015]
Total Project Integration [2004-Present]
Total Project Integration is a specialist at providing accredited training courses to both public and private sector companies from SME to blue chip businesses. Since joining in 2004, Jane has been providing management consultancy services to the property development industry and beyond, covering mentoring, coaching, training and HR services to clients within, and outside of the sector.
Earlier Directorship [2000-2006]
Between July 2000 and February 2006, Jane was responsible for Beales Department Store in Walton on Thames reporting to the Group Sales Director. The store had a £5 million annual turnover and Jane was handed total budget responsibility down to trading profit, with eight direct reports and over 120 employees.
As part of her role, Jane mentored a new store director at the Ealing branch of Beales, when the chain took over the store from Bentalls.
Between 1997 and 1999, Jane worked for BASF Printing Systems Ltd as UK Business Manager. In the role, she was responsible for a £45 million UK business that manufactured heat set, cold set, sheet fed and UV curing inks.
Specific responsibilities included UK sales, marketing, technical functions and the manufacturing responsibility for UV and heat set inks for the worldwide market.
Before taking on the UK Business Manager role, Jane was Company Personnel Manager within the same company from 1995 to 1997. She was recruited to help manage the separation of BASF Coatings & Inks Ltd into two operating companies and reported to the then Managing Director. In this position, she was responsible for nine personnel staff and 650 employees on a multi-site operation with an £80 million turnover. She also restructured the business with a £5 million redundancy budget, and was tasked with the role of re-organising the UK business into a senior management team.
I was responsible for restructuring the company, I had a £5million redundancy budget and was tasked with the role of re-organising the UK operation into a Senior Management team.
Going back earlier in her career, Jane worked between 1992 and 1997 as the HR Manager for Gate Gourmet at Heathrow Airport. In this position, she was responsible for HR teams at Heathrow, Gatwick, Dublin, Waterloo and Head Office in Feltham, Middlesex. Jane recruited all of the senior managers and oversaw their development and succession planning. She cut her teeth overseeing responsibility for recruiting senior personnel, line managers and supervisors, and carried out assessments and team building exercises.
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