Production Manager – 884070 – £30000-£35000
To co-ordinate and manage the timely manufacture of quality products to defined targets and by the efficient use of resources available.
- Organise the day-to-day production schedule for all manufacturing business units in order to achieve targets defined by day-to-day sales, transport windows and other customer requirements.
- Produce products that meet both company and customer quality and quantity standards.
- To ensure that all plants are operating at maximum speed and efficiency and that appropriate training is given to Production Team Leaders and Production Operators alike.
- Ensure that all necessary materials and resources are available in good time for use in the production process
- Ensuring that all working practices are in line with the company procedures on cleanliness and that the shop floor and site in general is clean and tidy at all times.
- Provide the support necessary to ensure that the Production Team Leaders and Production Operators continually improve in performance.
- Appraise employee performance using both the formal performance management system adopted by the business to ensure that employees are trained and continually developed.
- Maintain conformance with company rules and regulations.
- Ensure the production teams are aware of and committed to targets on a both daily and longer term basis.
- Communicate with the General Manager on a daily basis regarding operational performance and order completion times.
- Identify and develop training plans for employees under your management and to ensure that the necessary training is effectively carried out in a timely manner either by internal one-to-one mentoring, classroom based learning or by other training methods.
- Undertake any training required by the business to maintain your continuous professional development and broaden your skill and knowledge base.
- Ensure the adherence to statutory regulations and legislation that affect the manufacture of food.
- Ensure adherence to company systems and procedures with regard to paperwork, training, etc..
- To be part of the company’s Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) team
The successful candidate will have:
- An analytical and detailed approach to problem solving
- Solid production planning knowledge and experience
- Hands-on management experience in a similar food manufacturing environment
- Demonstrable employee development skills
- Strong Microsoft Office skills
- Excellent communication skills
- A “self-starter” attitude who is comfortable working on their own initiative
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