#Job No. CC947.
£45,000 to £50,000 + 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays + Pension
Operations Manager required for established business who are currently bring up manufacturing in house and setting up a brand new facility in order to expand their product range. This is an opportunity to enjoy an autonomous role where you will play an instrumental part in the setup of the company.
All manufacturing backgrounds are invited to apply, those from bespoke production, and or fabrication workshop or assembly environments will transfer best. Candidates with experience setting up and establishing brand new production facilities are invited to apply. It is essential you have experience of direct line management across production, engineering, health and safety and quality departments.
This is a new role to the business to go alongside their brand new production facility, the company manufacture bespoke goods for the agriculture industry. You will play a fundamental part in setting up short floor layout, hiring and managing a team of 15 to 20 on the shop floor and getting production up and running.
On the shop floor you will find metal finishing, powder coating and blasting equipment. It is essential you feel confident managing cross function departments and organizing the allocation of labour. As an operations managing you will be responsible for goods in and goods out, as their bespoke equipment is distributed globally you will ensure goods are delivered on time and within budget.
This is an excellent opportunity for an operations manager looking for an autonomous role where you can really add value to a company and be an instrumental part in the company’s exciting growth.
*Operations Manager role required for bespoke manufacturer
*Setting up brand new facility
*Hiring, firing and training new team
*Sourcing new machinery
*Setting up Production and managing KPI’s
*Bespoke production, fabrication, and or workshop, assembly background
*Confident setting up brand new facility and shop floor layout
*Strong understand and Health and Safety and Lean, Continuous Improvement Techniques