Careers with Deanta

We are continuously looking to employ highly skilled, talented individuals to join our team.


If you have energy and passion and would like to further your career with the UK’s fastest growing door company we’d love to hear from you.


Think were just another door company? Think again.


As one of Europe’s leading internal door manufacturers, we deliver outstanding quality and original design throughout the UK.

We believe that delivering an outstanding service starts with our people. Deanta is a rapidly growing business and at the core of that is talented people in all areas of our business.

We are proud to provide an encouraging working environment where colleagues are enabled to flourish within their professional field whilst observing how they are adding continued value to our business.

Financial Controller

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Financial Controller to provide strategic management information to the Managing Director of a busy and rapidly growing Door Manufacturing Company with ambitious growth plans.


This role would be suitable for a CIMA qualified individual who is an established finance leader / controller, with the ability to build credibility and provide critical evaluation. You will be an effective influencer and communicator, leveraging internal networks across multiple functions to support a cohesive finance strategy.


In order to attract the right talent, we can be flexible on whether the successful candidate works on a full time or part time basis.


Salary: £50,000 plus (negotiable based on depth of experience)


Job Title: Financial Controller



  • Presenting the management accounts to Board level
  • Identifying and suggesting solutions to issues arising from the management accounts
  • Liaising with external auditors
  • Managing cash
  • The overall administration and minimisation of UK taxes
  • Monthly accounts including reconciliation, P&L, b/s departmental summary, departmental details, courier costs, average per door, van costs vs income, bank covenants review
  • Quarterly reporting including top customer sales/profit and top line sales/profit vs expected
  • Credit control including KPI reporting, oversee rebate accrual and raising credits, review 30+ and 60+ overdues for reporting and manage bad debts.
  • Marketing expenses and Marketing sales reports
  • Review pricelists on an ad hoc basis
  • Forecasting including quarterly reviews, P&L annually, cashflows and departmental forecasting
  • Manage HMRC enquires including payroll and VAT
  • Quarterly VAT returns
  • P11d’s annually
  • Review assets
  • Review accounts procedures
  • Manage accounts team and prioritise tasks accordingly


Skills and Experience Required:

  • A natural ability to understand, as well as create, the accounts
  • Past experience of managing a fast growing business
  • Operating within a group environment
  • Proven work experience as an Account Manager
  • Experience of making outbound calls, order processing and speaking to a wide variety of customers
  • Excellent time management
  • Good numeracy and IT skills, particularly spreadsheets and databases
  • Good understanding of Sage and Merlin would be advantageous
  • The ability to plan and organise work schedules
  • A calm, level-headed approach
  • Good decision-making skills
  • Good spoken and written communication skills


Personal Attributes:

  • Ambitious by nature
  • A good sense of humour
  • Sales focused and commercially minded
  • Excellent attention to detail, accuracy and listening skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Enthusiastic and team focused

HR Officer (maternity cover)

This role would be ideal for a highly competent generalist HR professional driven to contribute towards a growing business.

Job Title: HR Officer (12-month maternity cover)

Hours: Part-time/flexible 24-30 hours per week

Salary: Competitive salary plus 5% bonus upon full completion of 12 month fixed-term contract

Job Purpose: An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a rapidly growing business on a 12-month maternity cover role covering a variety of HR responsibilities.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide HR support to Managers on a range of areas including employee engagement, recruitment & selection, performance management, compensation and benefits, training & development and communications.
  • Maintain and update HR policies, procedures and practices. Ensure compliance with HR policies and procedures, based on legislation.
  • Plan and deliver on all aspects of recruitment in line with best practice, ensuring effective Induction and Onboarding plans in place.
  • Liaise with agency account managers to ensure all agency recruitment requirements are managed in accordance with agreed timelines.
  • Act as an ‘Employee Champion’ by ensuring that the employee’s ‘voice’ is heard and interests are fairly represented.
  • Meet regularly with team leaders/mangers to identify and address potential Employee Relations issues. Provide advice and mentorship on case management in order to promote a good, healthy, open working environment.
  • Responsible for developing and implementing compensation and benefit, reward and recognition programs.
  • Drive the performance management process effectively ensuring all employees progress an effective objective and self-evaluation process.
  • Maintain and disseminate site/regional HR functional reports and metrics.
  • Promote a learning and development culture, assessing L&D needs for individuals, departments, and the company as a whole, through consultation and analysis.
  • Support Succession Planning and Talent Management strategies.
  • Monitoring absence effectively
  • Double checking and signing off payroll each week

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Strong organisation and time management skills.
  • An ability to work on own initiative. Proactive, self-motivated, driven
  • Have a strong work ethic and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.
  • Flexibility to meet the demands of the business.
  • An ability to be solution focused and to cope with competing demands.
  • Flexibility and openness to change are key to this role.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills.



  • CIPD accredited.
  • 3 years+ in a HR Generalist role.
  • HR experience within the manufacturing industry essential.
  • Strong employment law knowledge and case management experience.
  • Excellent PC skills; High proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.


e-Commerce Specialist

Job Title: E-Commerce Specialist


Hours: Part-time/flexible


Job Purpose: An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a rapidly growing business to working collaboratively with the Marketing Manager and the Key Accounts team with the aim of optimising sales and revenue, ensuring that our customer’s e-commerce platforms run effectively.


Job Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with the Marketing Manager, to create, implement and monitor a bespoke e-Commerce strategy on an annual basis and to update this on a quarterly basis, tracking and reporting on key achievements and any issues;
  • Identify, monitor and implement new areas of e-Commerce opportunity;
  • Devising new marketing campaigns i.e. special offers to push through customer websites
  • To monitor and implement best practices and standards for our customer’s web activities, ensuring compliance with data protection legislation (currently GDPR);
  • To continuously monitor our customer’s web page(s) and sales performance, paying particular attention to key event responses, identifying the best way to present features and benefits, to encourage customer engagement and highlight Deanta brand presence;
  • To complete regular research of competitor online activity and to make recommendations for brand events and activities to amplify Deanta’s digital reach;
  • Responsibility for resolving issues with customer websites as and when they arise, highlighting any more complex problems to the Marketing Manager;
  • Working with key Accounts to enable our customers to upload all new products onto the necessary platforms including product descriptions, correct pricing, imagery, colours and sizes;
  • Working with the Creative Designer, to create and manage website marketing and content including navigation and home page updates, promotions, new season launches, product category pages and banner refreshes etc. to ensure optimisation and provide growth opportunities.
  • Maintaining and regularly updating the internal customer portal to ensure the best possible user experience.



Skills and Experience Required:


  • Target focussed
  • Experience of working B2B within a company that is centred on a strong brand identity
  • Previous experience in a similar e-Commerce role
  • Web development experience
  • Experience working within a digital environment
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Strong analytical and project management skills
  • Work to tight deadlines
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail are essential
  • An understanding of the latest trends and their impact commercially
  • Professional approach to time, costs and deadlines


Personal Attributes:


  • Customer focused and commercially minded
  • Passion for e-Commerce
  • Strong communication skills
  • Enthusiastic and team player
  • A good sense of humour


How are we different?

Unlike most door suppliers in the UK, we manufacture all of our doors in our very own manufacturing facility. This not only allows us to control stock supply, but it also gives us full control of the quality control process to ensure every door that leaves our factory is of the very highest standard.

Imagine how you can contribute towards making our business stand out even more from the rest.

Strictly no agencies, thank you.


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