IT Support Technician

Kelsius manufactures, distributes and maintains a system that wirelessly and automatically monitors the temperature and safety of all food products, both hot and cold, as well as medicines, blood samples and other temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical material.

Kelsius improves HACCP compliance, saving time, reducing risk and providing information at your fingertips. HACCP – (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) – is a systematic approach to identifying and controlling hazards that could pose a danger to the preparation of safe food or medicines.

Kelsius is recruiting for the role of IT Support Technician. You will be responsible for supporting Kelsius customers and their IT departments to provide technical support for Kelsius products and services. You will be responsible for maintaining in-house systems and provide assistance to computer users by answering questions, resolving technical problems and maintaining the company’s network, software and computer equipment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical support for Kelsius staff and engineers
  • Liaise with customers and their IT departments to provide technical support for Kelsius solutions
  • In house systems maintenance, patching and repair
  • Data backup management
  • Setting up and testing new products
  • Application and services setup & maintenance
  • Automation of business processes

Skills & Experience Required:

  • Previous experience in a similar type of role
  • 3rd Level technical qualification
  • Have strong organisational skills and demonstrate good attention to detail
  • Have an excellent telephone manner and communication skills
  • Have the ability to produce written reports and documentation
  • Support a “can do” culture in terms of responding to customer needs
  • Highly driven with enthusiasm to meet targets and to cope under demanding pressure
  • Self-motivated, flexible and adaptable
  • Ability to both, work of own initiative and as part of a team
  • Be technically inclined and demonstrate the ability to grasp and retain technical product concepts and display a strong technical knowledge
  • Ability to identify the root cause of faults and technical issues
  • Have good knowledge and ability in various areas of technology
  • Have good network setup and troubleshooting skills

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UK Butchers and Food Manufacturers Sales Manager

Kelsius is Ireland’s only manufacturer and provider of Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Digital Task Management systems. Founded in 2003, Kelsius is a technology company that has a strong market presence in the UK and Ireland and exports our products and services to 47 countries across the globe. Our customers range from hospitals, pharma, laboratories, restaurants, hotels and caterers to large supermarket chains and foodservice companies.

We are committed to continuous innovation and our systems utilise the latest technologies to provide peace of mind and easy-to-use systems to our customers. Our customer support team offer unrivalled levels of service and can offer 365/24/7 support when required to global customers.

Role Purpose

We are looking for an experienced Sales Executive to join our expanding and dynamic team. You will work closely with the Commercial Director, Sales & Marketing Manager and wider sales team and be responsible for advancing business development, meeting annual sales targets and growing business in the UK butchers and food manufacturers industry.


  • Proactively identify, qualify, close and maximise business sales to grow revenues, profit and market share.
  • Growing the UK butchers and food manufacturers vertical of the Kelsius business.
  • Achieving and exceeding monthly sales targets.
  • Build effective relationships with key influencers and decision makers to help leverage future business activity.
  • Generate new leads and pursue qualified leads.
  • Manage customer data aligned to assigned accounts.
  • Report feedback and results as directed by management.

Essential Criteria

  • At least 5 years’ experience in a similar sales role.
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in the UK butchers and food manufacturers sector.
  • Experience selling to large butchers and food manufacturers companies.
  • Experience selling SAAS.
  • A proven track record in sales in the stated market.
  • Relevant third level degree or equivalent is desirable.
  • Understanding of sales data – skills to interpret sales trends, handle collection, collation and use of data to assist in account and territory analysis/planning.
  • Knowledge and experience in tender submissions.
  • Strong technical and computer literacy; skilled in the use of tools such as Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel.
  • Strong communication skills are essential to ensure you can engage effectively with all customers as well as management and colleagues.
  • Full clean driving licence.

 Job Requirements

This position requires extensive travel within Ireland and the UK. Kelsius is open to applicants based anywhere in the UK.


  • Competitive salary
  • Vehicle/ Vehicle allowance
  • Annual performance and salary review- with excellence rewarded
  • Work laptop, Android tablet, and phone provided
  • Flexible annual leave
  • Opportunity to work with an exciting, expanding tech company


If you are interested in this position, please apply here, while providing a CV no longer than two pages.

Food safety for your new small business

Kelsius food safety for new food businesses

Thinking of opening a food business? Make sure you’re HACCP compliant to protect your clients and your reputation right from the start.

What is HACCP?

HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) is a systematic approach to identifying, evaluating, and controlling food safety hazards. As a food service owner it’s vital to understand HACCP principles and implement the required regulations across business operations constantly and consistently. This includes conducting a hazard analysis, establishing critical control points, setting critical limits, implementing monitoring procedures, and maintaining proper record-keeping. By adhering to HACCP guidelines, you can proactively prevent and address potential risks in your food business processes; protecting you, your reputation and your customers’ well-being.

Local compliance

Regardless of the scale of your business or your market location, you must ensure that you comply with all local food safety regulations. While there are universal standards and guidelines, contact the food safety regulator for your market for information and advice on the regulations regarding food handling, food storage, hygiene practices and labelling. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is the agency responsible for the system that regulate food businesses in the UK. In Ireland the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) provides new businesses with a comprehensive range of information on how to achieve good hygiene standards and how to comply with the law.

Make food safety your number one priority

The best way to ensure consistent adherence to food safety regulations is to instil among staff from the start that food safety is their number one priority at every stage of the food supply and delivery process. Management and staff responsible for the business’s HACCP system must undertake adequate training in the application of HACCP principles. All food handlers must be instructed on food safety and hygiene and should be trained based on the level of activity they are involved in. Companies such as Kelsius can help in the delivery of food safety training for your staff.

Set the standard

Consistency is key when it comes to food safetyKelsius FoodCheck 2.0 for new food businesses management. Processes that can help you adhere to the regulations include standardising your products, developing comprehensive and easy-to-understand processes, applying consistent quality control measures, and always using reliable suppliers who you can trust to provide quality ingredients and products. This makes it easier for you to implement a robust traceability system should you need to quickly identify and recall any potentially contaminated products.

Protecting your brand

Successful food businesses are as much about the service provided as they are about the food, and good service leads to a trusted brand that customers will come back for again and again.

Use technology to help you save time and money on meeting food safety regulations – time and money that you can redirect to providing a high level of customer service and developing a product range that your customers will love. Get the balance right for your customers, your reputation and your business, and you’ll have the right ingredients for long-term success.

Want to learn more? Click here to find out about FoodCheck 2.0 from Kelsius – a digital HACCP system that provides wireless temperature monitoring, traceability, checklists and more for food businesses large and small.

Kelsius helps Tesco Ireland reduce food waste

Falcarragh, Co. Donegal, 9 May 2023 – Irish technology company Kelsius, based in Falcarragh, Co Donegal has signed a contract with Tesco Ireland to help the retailer ensure efficiencies across some of its cold storage.

Kelsius’ wireless temperature monitoring systems monitor the temperature of standalone fridges, freezers 24 hours a day. This allows Tesco to ensure that it only provides the finest quality foods to its customers by ensuring that fridges and freezers are maintained at the correct temperature.

The Kelsius system alerts the retailer to any temperature excursions, thus eliminating food waste that can occur due to fridge or freezer failure.

The agreement between Kelsius and Tesco will see the technology introduced across 112 Tesco stores.

Tesco has led the way amongst retailers in Ireland, in eliminating food waste and driving sustainable retailing. Kelsius’ technology ensures that no food is wasted and eliminates CO2 emissions from that waste.

Kelsius employs 82 people and manufactures specialist temperature monitoring equipment and software and provides global customer support from Falcarragh.

Kelsius CEO Karl Simmons said, “Our collaboration with Tesco is an excellent fit for the Kelsius system. An operation of Tesco’s size requires a robust, scalable, user-friendly system that suits the needs of the business, and Kelsius provides this. Kelsius’ environmental values are also aligned with those of Tesco. We are delighted that we can help Tesco achieve its food waste reduction target. We congratulate Tesco on their achievements in this regard to date, and we look forward to continuing to work with them.”

Commenting on the partnership, Tesco Central Compliance Manager John Byrne said, “The Kelsius system provides Tesco not only with the peace of mind to have constant and reliable temperature monitoring, but also with the ability to ensure food quality and further reduce food waste. We are delighted to partner with them in using their technology and in a way which helps us to play our part in the community and for the benefit of our customers and the environment.”

About Kelsius     

Kelsius is the leading supplier of automation technology for product safety and compliance to the food services and healthcare industries. Using its world-class wireless sensor technology and cloud-based data hosting and processing, Kelsius systems improve product safety, ensure regulatory compliance and optimise costs associated with these activities. Founded in 2003, Kelsius has offices in Ireland and the United Kingdom with a network of partners in Europe, Middle East, Australia and the USA that serve its global customer base. Visit

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