Shift Manager - £36k - Evening Shift

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McIver Knight Associates Ltd
From £32000 to £36000 per annum Pension + Company Discount Scheme
11 Oct 2016
29 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Shift Manager Permanent Manchester 32-36K dependant on experience. Flexible on Shifts. Competitive Package Pension Scheme 10% Company Discount scheme Health Insurance 25 days holidays Stat The role The Shift Manager is accountable to the Production Operations Manager and responsible for all shift team management and engineering activities. The successful candidate will lead a small team of around 20 Operators to run 3 lines effectively and achieve objectives in line with the business operational needs of the company in terms of HSE, quality, customer satisfaction, production parameters, WCM routines, tools and techniques, team skill development etc. The candidate will be required to work Monday-Thursday 3pm-11pm and be flexible on shifts if needed, with other shifts working 7am-3pm Essential Requirements for the role: Experience of working in a manufacturing continuous production line Previous experience of supervising/managing others Ability to learn the technical aspects of the production line Understand and the ability to use Permit to Work systems Experience of implementing Continuous improvement techniques Excellent PC and report writing skills are also required Able to demonstrate good planning and organisational skills, High levels of motivation and flexibility Enjoy working in a demanding environment Desirable requirements for the role: The successful candidate will ideally have experience in a fast paced FMCG background, food & beverage and packaging. . A knowledge of CI, Lean and six sigma. This role really is a fantastic career opportunity to join a very successful and rapidly expanding market leader. If you are an experienced Shift Manager with extensive experience within the FMCG industry then I would like to hear from you. To apply for this position please send your CV and salary expectation to Jordan Thomson. This job was originally posted as