Manufacturing/Surveying

Production Shift Manager

Full Time

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We are currently recruiting a Production Shift Manager for a well established Manufacturing Facility based in Neath.

Permanent role

Salary : £38,000 to £45,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Working Hours: 40-46 hours per week – Shifts Days and Nights , Rotating

Days – Monday to Friday 6am-16.00pm

Nights : Sunday 21.30pm – 6am, Monday to Thursday 18.00pm – 4am

Mission

Lead the production activities of a single depot to achieve the short and medium-term financial and operating objectives set by the overall corporate business plan to the highest Environmental, Health and Safety standards

Relations

Maintenance, Transport team, Commercial Team, Health and safety team , Production Planning team Contractor, Site managers

Key Figures

LTA (%), Production (TPMH), Scrap and offcut (%), Consumables (£), Factory overheads (£) , Maintenance costs (£), OEE %

Accountabilities

Monitor the cost and effectiveness of production activities to maximise productivity, optimise resources, prioritise spending and achieve Volume and Quality targets

Prioritise production based on current manning levels
Liaise with contracts team to align production activity with customer expectations
Analyse stock levels against contract requirements and prioritise production based on availability
Manage production activity based on current sales volume
Analyse transport capacity and prioritise deliveries based on availability
Advise key stakeholders on production/sales levels and activities
Ensure the supply of prefab steel to meet daily production targets
Allocate production activity by capacity, transferring out of depot where appropriateResearch, evaluate and recommend investments in technology, capital, equipment, systems or other assets that will enhance the depots production capabilities

Investigate and analyse production deviations from optimum
Plan and implement corrective actions to counteract deviations
Contact suppliers to acquire quotations and establish time frames
Create reports to ensure cost neutral impacts of implementation
Create project teams and action plans
Conduct risk assessments and method statements for various suppliers
Coordinate local trade companies to support implementation of new processes
Implement policies and procedures in line with new ways of working
Supply training to relevant members in new standard operating procedures

Develop and implement a variety of operating policies and procedures in conjunction with corporate subject matter experts to ensure that the depot meets it current and future targets and standards

Participate in scheduled health and safety observations, monitor correct working practises and take corrective action where appropriate
Participate in stock take
Participate in CARES audit
Undertake risk assessments
Monitor the quality and implementation of Standard Operating ProceduresLead, direct, evaluate and develop a team of functional professionals or other professionals to ensure that the plant meets its established targets and standards

Conduct interviews for internal and external candidates
Complete induction, on boarding and probationary reviews in a timely manner
Evaluate individual's performance and set objectives for the future
Conduct Performance reviews within timescales
Manage poor performance
Manage attendance and timekeeping
Conduct Investigations, Disciplinary and Grievance procedures in line with company policy
Ensure HR and Payroll are provided with data and documentation as and when required
Seek advice from HR, Occupational Health or other support agencies e.g. ACAS, EEFMiscellaneous or ad hoc business requirements

Manage specific projects or undertake specific project activity as determined by the business or line manager

Travel to specific locations in order to undertake role requirements as required
Represent your function or business at meetings or events as required

Technical competences

SAP

ARMA

MapEx

Outlook

Word

Excel

PowerPoint

Success Factors

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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