A brilliant new role has just become available with our client, they are looking to appoint a Production Supervisor. The company is one of Scotland’s best-known craft brewers. As a business this is a fantastic time to join them, they have recently been investing heavily into production and the demand for their products continues to grow.
This is a hands-on role where you will lead and supervise a shift of operatives in order to achieve required efficiency and cost effectiveness, whilst adhering at all times to company procedures and customer requirements.
You will organise team workloads in order to achieve required targets, ensure smooth handover between shifts, ensure working hours are recorded accurately, set effective methods and operations to improve packing outputs, lead, train and motivate the packing teams, identify, problem-solve and communicate any issue potentially affecting output and ensure health and safety, quality procedures and specifications are strictly followed and accurate records are maintained, escalating and non-conformance.
We are seeking a committed and positive individual with previous production or packing supervisory experience within a manufacturing, warehouse or similar environment, most advantageous is having an alcoholic drink manufacturing background.
You will possess a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, have excellent problem-solving skills and be well organised and results orientated. Fluency in English, both verbal and written is essential together with good numerical ability.
Be flexible to work across a shift pattern as follows;
Week 1 – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 06.00 – 18.00, Thursday 06.00 – 14.30.
Week 2 – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 18.00 – 06.00
What’s on offer?
A starting salary up to £28,000, dependent on applicants suitability and experience
Annual leave allowance of 224 hours (circa 18.6 days)
This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly motivated professional.
If you are interested in this position, then please forward a copy of your most up to date CV to Simon Norris.
Due to the high number of applications, you will only be contacted if your CV is of interest for the role.