Site Manufacturing Manager, £competitive, Somerset / Devon border
Are you experienced in leading a team within a food manufacturing environment?
Do you pride product Health & Safety with equal importance to that of motivating & inspiring a team?
Are you motivated by driving change as well as managing the day to day?
If so, we’d love to hear from you as our client is looking to a recruit a Site Manufacturing Manager to join their food manufacturing facility based on the Somerset / Devon border.
Key Responsibilities for Site Manufacturing Manager:
Full responsibility of managing a small manufacturing facility within a large chilled food manufacturing business (larger site just around the corner!)
Review current ways of working, set KPI’s and work with the team to make improvements in efficiencies and ways of working.
Work with the Commercial and NPD Team to ensure that innovation & concepts are driven with the business. This manufacturing facility is key to working on NPD, innovation and projects, all of which are critical to growing the wider business.
Health & Safety as well as Technical Integrity will be your responsibility, and these are key in a site that is dedicated to one retailer only.
You will coach, mentor and encourage your Team to be as adaptable, passionate and focused as they can be.
Key Requirements for Site Manufacturing Manager:
You must have experience of working in a fast paced food manufacturing business.
Proven experience within Operational Management.
IOSH / H&S qualification as well as Food Safety level 2 is required.
Exceptional communication skills as this site operates on its own but is part of a larger company so communication is key.
Previous experience of CI as well as managing confidential projects is essential.
You must have a fresh way of thinking, be motivated as well as motivating.
Job Reference: JR11424
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR CV TO JOBS@WINHURSTRECRUITMENT.CO.UK QUOTING JOB REFERENCE JR11424 with a note as to why you’d like to apply for this job.
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