Pager Call Systems are Recruiting

Pager Call Systems are looking for a new staff member for our customer account team.

We are looking for an ambitious sales oriented employee to join our small team of sales executives to work with both existing and new prospective customer accounts.

We supply market leading on site paging systems to the hospitality industry, hospitals, schools & industry.

Pager Call Systems is proud of the high level of customer service we offer, our company has been built on offering our customers the best products available coupled with total commitment to customer support.

The individual we are looking for will be dealing with inbound enquiries and developing their own customer accounts and managing the sales process from initiation to completion.

Key Skills

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Outgoing personality with a desire to deliver excellence
  • Good Presentation Skills
  • Understanding of windows based applications such as Email, Word & Excel
  • A willingness to learn and develop

This position would suit an individual who has an outgoing friendly personality and is keen to move in to sales, the role will initially be office based but there is the opportunity for the right individual to progress to to a combination of field & office based sales. If you think you would be an ideal sales trainee this could be the ideal job for you!

Whats on Offer

  • The opportunity to join a young expanding company that values commitment
  • A friendly team that will do everything possible to ensure you are successful
  • A competitive starting salary
  • OTE bonus scheme after initial training
  • Full product training & ongoing development plan
  • Great office location with hassle free parking
  • More than just a sales job

If you think you have the skills we need we would love to hear from you, you can either drop us an email with your current CV or why not give us a call.



Why Restaurants Choose Pager Call Systems

At Pager Call Systems we are proud of our customer service and attention to detail. We believe it is important to understand what our customers are trying to achieve and then provide the best solution to achieve it.

Food court operators such as Pho, Indi-Go, Chip & Fish, Franco Manca, Crepeaffaire, Chicago Rib Shack, Lotus Leaf, Rhythm Kitchen,


Social Media Brings in More Restaurant Customers

More than one in ten hospitality and leisure operators now generate up to half of all sales through social media according to new research from Barclays, but despite this the industry still questions its business potential.

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Receive Bookings from the Web

Over 60% of the sector, which includes hotels, pubs, restaurants, travel and leisure operators, say that they only see ‘some’ or ‘limited’ opportunity in using social media tools to engage consumers. This comes in spite of the clear benefits emerging from these channels: nearly a third (29%) of respondents directly attribute up to 25% of all their sales to social media, and a further 13% state that these platforms generate up to half of sales. In addition, more than two thirds (68%) of those currently using social media report that they have had a ‘positive’ or ‘very positive’ experience, attracting new customers, and receiving positive recommendations.

Social media has taken significant strides in recent years, encouraged in no small part by increasingly sophisticated and popular mobile devices. With estimates suggesting that over half of UK consumers now own a smartphone, and almost one in five have access to a tablet device, consumers have come to rely on networks and sites such as Facebook, Twitter and TripAdvisor to not only provide peer to peer recommendations for everything from hotels to pubs, restaurants and even local attractions, but also as a convenient way to connect with businesses.

Social media is firmly ingrained in how consumers, and the next generation consumer in particular, behave yet the industry is still reluctant to embrace its potential. More than one in ten operators do not currently use social media, nor do they have any plans to do so, and state that this is because they do not see any value or return on investment.

Mike Saul, Head of Hospitality and Leisure at Barclays, commented: “The industry is missing a trick. Social media has blurred the line between personal and corporate communities – something that has been encouraged by consumers who now expect to be able to interact in an immediate and very personal way, not just with friends, but with their favourite – and not so favoured – brands.

“This can create a very powerful feedback loop – if operators can successfully tap into these networks, both good and bad reviews can be used to their advantage. If a flight or dinner reservation is delayed for example, it’s easy for consumers to vent their frustration to the online world – the trick is being able to respond helpfully, turning a negative experience into a positive one. Getting the strategy right is key.”

The research shows that the majority of those operators who use social media, are not maximising its full potential; 44% of operators interviewed have a presence on sites such as Facebook and Twitter, but rarely use it.

Concerns over the amount of time social media takes to manage, the risks of negative publicity, and the technical skills required are putting operators off using these networks and platforms. Although more than half (58%) of respondents believe the role of social media will increase in the sector over the next 12 months, responsibility for these channels is largely being placed on non-specialist in-house individuals (25%) or the general in-house marketing teams (24%) who do not necessarily have experience of handling these tools.

Saul continued: “Social media is everywhere, and for many businesses it not only influences and directly generates sales, but provides a personal link with consumers, building loyalty and driving repeat footfall. This is vital when consumers are increasingly cost-conscious and discerning about where they choose to spend their hard earned cash.

“Just having a presence on social media is not enough – there needs to be a strategy driving it. Consideration needs to be given to how the information generated through social media is used, and we’re already seeing canny operators merging such initiatives into their wider marketing campaigns, targeting potential customers in a more focused manner. However, the industry has a long way to go – social media has a lot of potential and ignoring it would be a mistake.”

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Pager Call Systems Launches Two Way Radio Range

Pager Call Systems Launches new two way radio range – We are pleased to announce the launch of our new two way radio range, our new business portable radios are designed for the hospitality market and feature a licence free PCS 5208 model and a licensed PCS 8200.

The robust lightweight two way radios both offer 16 channels and are simple to use being delivered pre-programmed and ready to use.

The PCS8200 licensed portable 2 way radio is competitively priced at only £109 ex VAT and boasts 16 channels a long lasting 1600mAh  Li-ion battery and comes complete with belt clip, hand strap and desktop charging station.

The PCS8200 is the ideal solution for bars, restaurants, hotels & leisure centres looking for a reliable low cost business radio to improve communication without the concern of congested channels. The PCS8200 also has a range of accessories available including speaker microphone and in ear earphone and microphone with body push to talk switch.

PCS 8200 Professional Two Way Radio

  • Lightweight Only 205g Including Battery
  • Compact
  • Robust
  • 16 Channels
  • Ideal for Restaurants Hotels & Leisure Centres
  • Licensed High Power Radio
  • Up to 10 miles Range
  • Beltclip or Hand Strap
  • Low Price – Only £109 ex VAT
Desktop Transmitter + Charge Rack Pilot2

Restaurant Waiter Paging System Only £529.99

To celebrate moving in to our new premises on Redbourne Park, Brackmills, Northampton, we are offering this fantastic ServerCall Waiter Paging System for only £529.99 ex VAT. This system normally retails for £737 ex vat so we are offering a massive saving of over £230!

QuietCall IQ Patient Pagers

QuietCall IQ Antibacterial Patient Pagers

QuietCall IQ Patient Paging Systems are now enhanced with introduction of antibacterial pagers, The plastic used in our IQ Medical Pagers contains antibacterial agents that have been shown to significantly reduce the common bacterial strains Staphylococcus and Escherichia coli.