Job Title

Process Leader

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Job Description

Our client is a manufacturing company based on the outskirts of Salisbury.  We are currently working with them on the recruitment of two Process Leaders to join their team.  One working on an early shift pattern and one working on a late shift pattern.

 

Job Role

As Process Leader you will be responsible for ensuring compliance will all company procedures. Ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all persons within your charge.  You will be responsible for overseeing your production area to ensure the output and KPI’s are achieved and reported.

You will also be expected to lead a continuous improvement approach in the team via implementation of lean and statistical methodologies.

 

Qualifications & Skills

To be successful in your application you will need to have a Level 4 certificate/Diploma or higher within a Manufacturing, Engineering or Business discipline.  Due to the nature of the company you will also need to have been resident in the UK for at least 5 years.

In order to support your application you will need to be able to show:

  • Experience of Production Supervision
  • Experience of Continuous Improvement Programmes
  • Experience of dealing with people issues
  • Strong IT skills
  • Basic understanding of Process Instructions, COSHH and Manual Handling
  • Detailed knowledge of Risk Assessments

 

As well as these core skills, the following knowledge/experience would be very beneficial:

  • Detailed knowledge of Safety Inspections procedures
  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • Auditing

 

In return our client is offering a very competitive salary and a generous benefits package, as well as great opportunities for continued personal development and progression within the business.

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