Fixed Recruitment
04 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Job Title: PROCESSING LINE MANAGER Salary: Competitive plus benefits Location: Sywell, Northamptonshire Start Date: ASAP Duration: Permanent This Processing Line Manager vacancy is based in Sywell but may suit candidates living in any of the nearby locations as listed below. Northampton, Kettering, Bedford, Rugby, Daventry, Corby, The Company: Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has been supplying services to the port and logistics sectors for 25 years. Our experience and commitment to supporting our customers in their stevedoring, terminal operation and transport requirements have made us a trusted partner in ports and inland distribution centres throughout the UK. As part of its ambitious growth plans SCH (part of the IPH Group) has been successful in securing the business of a leading motorcycle manufacturer to provide warehousing and preparation services for new and used motorcycles prior to delivery. This is an exciting time to be joining SCH and we are now looking for a Processing Line Manager to work out of a newly created facility in Sywell in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside. The successful Processing Line Manager: The Processing Line Manager will be responsible for the day to day function of the facility, driving improvements and efficiencies across all areas. You should therefore possess excellent leadership skills and be highly customer focused. In return for your experience and expertise, SCH offer a generous salary and benefits package and a chance to be a part of a unique opportunity. Our project is due to commence in December 2016 and training will commence as soon as appointments have been made. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right individual to join a reputable company that encourage career progression and offers great rates of pay and job security. If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience to carry out this Processing Line Manager role then apply below today for the chance of an early interview This job was originally posted as