Site Manufacturing Manager - Nights
We've got an exciting opportunity for an experienced Manufacturing Manager to join our team. In the role of Manufacturing Manager, your key focus will be to lead the end to end manufacturing function, people, process and product, across all shifts to deliver the key objectives on site.
A little about Greencore
Greencore Group is a leading international manufacturer of convenience foods. Our ambition doesn't stop at being the world's largest sandwich producer, we're looking for passionate, talented people who can help us to drive our future success. People who innovate, create, lead and inspire. We set the bar high, and expect that our people do too.
Greencore Food to Go Northampton is undergoing unprecedented growth with over £30 Million invested in our site. The end result is that we have recently opened our 4th unit and are in the process of building our 5th, which is due to open in early 2017. Greencore always look to put people at the core, and at Northampton our Learning and Development team have delivered well over 30,000 hours of training in the past year alone. We offer a clear and well defined career path and will actively look at how we can enable our colleagues to push themselves forward.
What you'll be doing
You will implement the end to end manufacturing plan in order to achieve the sites productivity objectives, contributing to business planning that defines the manufacturing budget. You will monitor and take corrective action to ensure that labour and materials are being utilised in cost efficient processes which delivers product to manufacturing food safety and customer standards.
As Manufacturing Manager you will work across a number of different areas, consulting and advising relevant departments to ensure the effective and efficient use of all new capital investment projects, highlighting any bottleneck processes and taking mitigating action that will deliver labour / waste targets.
You'll support your team to ensure they strive to the highest of standards at all times, providing inspirational leadership and direction to the operational community to ensure that people are kept safe, engaged, focused and always delivering to their potential.
What you'll need
You'll need to have previous experience of leading a manufacturing team within an FMCG environment and experience of working with customers.
A sound knowledge of modern manufacturing methodologies and systems planning is essential alongside the capability to plan and implement initiatives in a complex organisation.
You'll have a good standard of education of educational achievement, either through full time further education or gained as a work based apprentice.
Not only will you be working for one of the country's leading food manufacturers you'll also get to work for a company that really does put people at the core.