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Job Title:

Production Manager - 10521

Job Reference:

10521

Job Location:

Crayford

Job Salary:

£45-50K pa

Job Type: Permanent

Our Client based in Crayford is seeking an experienced Production Manager.

Salary:              £45,000 to £50,000 pa (based on skills/experience)

Benefits:           6.5% company pension contribution, free parking

Hours:              8am to 4:45pm, Monday to Friday (40 h per week)

Holidays:           22 days + BH, after 3 years of service 25days + BH

 

Production Manager role:

  • A new and exciting position as a member of the company management team taking full responsibility for production at the Crayford site.
  • Provide a production planning and scheduling function within a computerised production control environment (full ERP).
  • Drive the company continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Assist in assessing floor layout and plant requirements to meet business strategy, and the sourcing of any new plant and equipment.
  • Reporting to the Production Director.

 

Production Manager skills and qualifications:

  • A strong team builder and leader with excellent interpersonal skills at every level of the organisation.
  • A calm and unruffled approach, able to manage high levels of pressure and possessing the personality and people skills necessary to create a customer focused team.
  • Able to drive through change, building credibility and confidence across the company.
  • Previous experience and success in a production management role within a small/medium sized batch manufacturing environment.
  • Computer literate and proficient in production information systems including MRP in support of the production planning function.
  • Familiar with the processes and procedures of an ISO Quality Assurance environment.
  • Sound analytical skills, commercially oriented and results-driven with good negotiation ability.
  • Committed to customer service and quality.

 

Preferred

A knowledge of manufacturing methods within an electrical assembly/panel building environment, and the ability to interpret electrical schematic drawings.

A formal qualification in a manufacturing engineering discipline (preferably HNC).

 

To apply, please email apply@reactrecruitment.co.uk

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