An exciting opportunity for a talented, ambitious Operations candidate to take on full-site management within a highly regarded, well-established food manufacturing business. This autonomous role comes with a huge emphasis on personal development and fantastic opportunities to progress within the business.
This role will drive the manufacturing capability of the organisation along with having full responsibility for the management of the manufacturing site.
- Location - North London
- Salary - £70,000 to £80,000 plus package
- Function - Operations
- Business Sector - Food Manufacturing
Key responsibilities include:
- Day to day management responsibility for a busy food manufacturing site, driving efficient delivery whilst ensuring safety and quality on site.
- Demonstrating strong leadership skills, ensuring that the team have measurable objectives, regular reviews of performance and the opportunities to develop skills and careers leading to a culture of growth, high performance and continuous improvement.
- Involvement in delivery of the operational continuous improvement strategy and ensuring that all parts of the team are able to identify short and medium term action plans.
- Representing the site with key stakeholders, ensuring that key milestones are communicated effectively and understood.
A passionate, intelligent manufacturing professional looking to enhance their career by gaining the experience of managing a food production site. A leader with the ability to balance the varied challenges of running a busy factory whilst having the drive and tenacity to deliver day-to-day operational objectives. Someone who can operate at all levels of the business and will integrate to form close working relationships.
This role would suit an established Site General Manager or Operations Director. Also of interested are talented, progressive, blue-chip Operations Managers from within the food and drink industry or wider FMCG volume manufacturing, looking to take the step up into site management. An engineering background would be of interest, but not essential.