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379 jobs found for manufacturing jobs Near accrington, north west

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Production Operative

Extra Personnel

Darwen, NW
3 days ago
Darwen, NW
£10.68 - £10.68 Per Hour
3 days ago
£10.68 - £10.68 Per Hour

Production Operative
Extra Personnel are recruiting on behalf of our large manufacturing client based in Darwen for the position of Production Operative.
There are opportunities to develop a career within the business
Requirements of a Production Operative
  • Be flexible to work 12 shifts covering days, nights and weekends
  • Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment

Details:
  • Salary - £10.68 per hour
  • Working hours of a Production Operative are 4 on 4 off, days and nights 12 hour shifts.
  • Overtime available
  • Location - Darwen
  • Duration - Ongoing
  • All suitable candidates will be subject to alcohol and drug testing at induction stage.
  • Extensive training will be given

Role of a Production Operative
  • Assembling and clamping the product
  • Working according to health and safety guidelines
  • Ensuring that the final products meet quality standards
  • To ensure all company procedures and rules are adhered to

Benefits of working in this role
  • Free On-Site parking
  • Canteen facilities
  • 28 days holiday per year
  • Canteen Facilities
  • Mortgage References
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Weekly Pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employed Status
  • My Resource Rewards - An online portal offering vouchers and discounts

If you are interested in the above role please click apply
Extra Personnel do NOT charge any fees for our services.
Extra Personnel Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.
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Senior Brand Manager - FMCG

Pets Choice

Blackburn, NW
6 days ago
Blackburn, NW
6 days ago

Job Title: Senior Brand Manger
Location: Blackburn
Salary: Competitive depending on experience
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
The company is a leading pet food manufacturer whose industry knowledge spans over 135 years.
They have a portfolio of brands offering a variety of products for pets and wild animals, each offering a unique insight into animals from dogs to ducks and produces high-quality products that cater to a wide variety of consumer needs.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced brand manager to join an exciting FMCG business developing, implementing, and executing strategic marketing and NPD plans for the pet food and treats category and associated brands.
The Role:
You'll work within the marketing team, reporting to the Head of Marketing. You will have a background in managing a small team, product and brand marketing, managing agencies as well as an ability to work alongside marketing, production and technical NPD teams to help increase the reach of the brand and products.
The role will focus on the pet food brands and as such the role will require involvement in events and shows around the country and occasionally abroad. It is essential that you're confident and comfortable around dogs and other pets.
Ideally coming from a manufacturing background, you will need to drive the product portfolio, working within a fast-paced environment, FMCG experience is essential, along with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Lead pet food and treat brands
  • Manage and develop, two direct reports - Brand Managers
  • Brand strategy - including the setting of style guides, brand guidelines, brand vision and value proposition for short as well as long term
  • Develop the annual marketing plans and contributes to NPD/EPD pipeline ensuring excellence in execution
  • Develop brand portfolio strategy, contribute to pricing and promotional strategy recommendation, propose brand portfolio and reviews for key channels and key customers, aligning with sales
  • Work across functions including sales, the NPD team, technical, manufacturing, supply and finance to develop and contribute to execute successful commercial plans to deliver financial and share plans and targets
  • Responsible for packaging development and work with creative agencies and closely with Project Management Team
  • Develop brand content and campaign plans, implement and drive all marketing, advertising & promotional activities
  • Analyse product sales, market data and relevant financials
  • Maintain brand integrity across all company marketing initiatives and communications of products
  • Continuously monitor marketing trends and keep a close eye on competitive products & activity in the marketplace - supported by the Category & Insights team
  • Develop shopper marketing & category management initiatives to deliver the shopper brand experience at the point of purchase within the retail environment
  • Manage annual marketing budget

About you:
Essential
  • Master's degree in marketing or similar
  • Minimum of 2 years' experience working within an FMCG business is essential
  • At least 5 years' experience as a Brand Manager (or similar role) with knowledge and/or experience in shopper marketing and category management
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interface with and influence a diverse population, multiple levels of an organization and various cross-functions and multi-cultural teams
  • Strong analytics skills
  • Result oriented and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Direct line management
  • Problem solving
  • Positive / personable attitude always.
  • Very organised and reliable
  • Must be fluent in English
  • Full UK and clean driving licence is preferred

Desirable
  • Experience in the pet food/pet care or pharmaceuticals sector
  • Working within a manufacturing environment
  • Languages - Spanish, Germany, Italian or French

Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.
Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Brand Manager, B2C Marketing, Company Branding, Retail Marketing, Product Marketing, FMCG Brand Manager may also be considered for this role.
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Machine Operative

Extra Personnel

Altham, NW
5 days ago
Altham, NW
£10 - £11 Per Hour
5 days ago
£10 - £11 Per Hour

Machine Operative
We are currently recruiting for the position of Machine Operative to work in the Altham area. You will be working at a large manufacturing company that have a worldwide client base.
There are opportunities to develop a career within the business
Requirements of a Machine Operative
  • Experience of operating machinery previously

Details about Machine operative
  • £11 per hour
  • Location - Altham
  • Night shift 10pm-6am
  • Long Term Positions
  • Immediate Starts
  • Previous machine experience would be essential

Role of a Machine Operative
  • Operating various machines
  • Quality Checking
  • Filling out paperwork
  • Reading diagrams
  • Other general duties as required

Benefits of working for Extra Personnel
  • Weekly Pay
  • 28 days holidays
  • Subsidised Canteen
  • Free on-site parking
  • Pension Scheme
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Mortgage references
  • Employed Status
  • Permanent Positions available
  • My Extra Rewards - An online portal offering vouchers and discounts

If you are interested in the above please click apply
Extra Personnel do NOT charge any fees for our services.
Extra Personnel Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.
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Line Leader

Winterbotham Darby

Clitheroe, NW
6 days ago
Clitheroe, NW
£9.47 - £9.47 Per Hour
6 days ago
£9.47 - £9.47 Per Hour

Job title: Line Leader
Location: Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 1QD
Benefits: 29 days holidays (including bank holidays) with extra accrual after 2 years' service, pension scheme, long service awards, health cash back plan, cycle and motor vehicle purchase schemes, wellbeing month, language courses, free onsite parking, social events, charity events

Working Hours: 06:00 - 14:30 (5 days out of 7)
Winterbotham Darby are looking to recruit 2 Line Leaders/Machine Minders to join our fast paced food manufacturing site based in Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Prior experience in a similar role is required.
We are not located on a bus route so travel to work may need prior planning if you do not have a car.
Please note, due to Covid-19 shift segregations the shift is currently finishing earlier at 14:00.
Key Duties

  • Start up the lines in the morning
  • Adhere to plan and keep the production downtime to a minimum
  • Use and maintain all equipment/machinery in a correct manner and report any equipment/machinery issues, escalating to the engineering team if necessary
  • Liaise with engineers and supervisors with regard to lines performance and issues
  • Follow the company procedures in relation to food safety, allergen control and maintain good manufacturing practices throughout the shift
  • Follow clean as you go policy and high standards of personal hygiene
  • Deliver high standards of quality ensuring products are produced to the customer satisfaction in line with site standards and customer specification
  • Complete and submit documentation accurately and in a timely manner to ensure traceability is maintained
  • Perform necessary checks to a high standard
  • Lead team on a day to day basis ensuring work is covered across all areas with the team including participation in changeovers
  • General housekeeping and clean as you go
Skills and Experience required
  • Experience within a similar role
  • Experience in a high volume production environment
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Ability to plan
  • Problem solving skills
  • Food production experience desirable
  • Food and/or other related qualification advantageous
About Us

For nearly 60 years we have been supplying high-quality, chilled food produced in Europe to the major retailers and food service businesses in the UK. Since day one, our unique category insight has enabled us to identify market trends, positioning us as category leaders in a wide range of products.

  • 29 Days Holidays (including bank holidays)
  • Pension Scheme
  • Long Service Awards
  • Health Cash Back Plan
  • Cycle and Motor Vehicle Purchase Schemes
  • Well being Month
  • Language Courses
  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Social Events
  • Charity Events

 If you wish to apply for the position of Line Leader please click 'Apply'.

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Press Operator

Extra Personnel

Altham, NW
5 days ago
Altham, NW
£10 - £11.48 Per Hour
5 days ago
£10 - £11.48 Per Hour

Press Operator
We are recruiting for a Press Brake Operative in the Altham area working for a manufacturing company.
Role and responsibilities of a Press Brake Operative:
  • Working on a machine
  • Setting & Operating
  • Attend training to develop knowledge and skills
  • Follow procedures

Experience preferred for Press Brake Operative
  • Good understanding of written and spoken English
  • Good numeracy skills
  • Good team working skills
  • Good attention to detail
  • ability to use various hand tools

Details for Press Brake Operative
  • Working hours - 2pm-10pm and 10pm-6am
  • ongoing positions
  • previous experience essential

Benefits of working with us as a Press Brake Operative:
  • 28 Holidays per year
  • Weekly Pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employed Status
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Mortgage references
  • My Extra Rewards- An online portal offering vouchers and discounts

If you are interested in the above role please click apply and upload your cv
Extra Personnel do NOT charge any fees for our services.
Extra Personnel Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.
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Manufacturing Manager - Cell Therapy

Instil Bio

Greater Manchester, NW
26 days ago
Greater Manchester, NW
26 days ago

About Instil Bio

Instil Bio is a cell therapy company developing tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) for the treatment of solid tumor cancers. TIL are a patient’s own T cells harvested from the patient’s tumor, which are then expanded and reinfused into the patient to target and kill cancer cells. Instil is advancing its proprietary TIL manufacturing expertise, technology, and data into clinical trials, including a planned registrational study with its lead candidate and a first-in-human study of its next-generation engineered TIL. The company is led by world-class cell therapy experts and backed by premier global institutional investors.

Instil Bio UK is Instil’s rapidly-growing, Manchester UK-based subsidiary. Our Manchester subsidiary has significant R&D, process development, and clinical manufacturing capabilities, with approximately 35 staff expanding to > 100 staff. Instil Bio UK has been generating cell therapy products for patient use since 2011, including TIL products and external partner genetically engineered T cell products.

Manufacturing Manager – Cell Therapy

Instil Bio UK is now recruiting a Manufacturing Manager, responsible for supporting the Director of Manufacturing (UK) in building, training, managing and mentoring manufacturing staff within the Manufacturing function at Instil Bio (UK)’s clinical manufacturing facilities in Manchester, UK. You will be responsible for leading, developing and managing staff to manufacture batches to meet clinical demand, achieve improvements in planned aseptic manufacturing production, pharmaceutical awareness, cGMP, capacity utilisation, quality, cost and supply plans and activities in compliance with company, regulatory, pharmaceutical standards.

As the Manufacturing Manager you will be required to: 

•    Support the Dir. Of Manufacturing in strategic planning and leadership to meet site and global objectives. 

•    To recruit, train, develop and coach technical team members such that increased focus is put on pharmaceutical awareness and operating standards as well as job skills and knowledge of an advanced therapy medicinal product (ATMP)

•    Ensure manufacturing operations adhere to regulatory requirements (US, UK, and EU) 

•    Work with QC and QA to ensure on-time product release per specification 

•    Work with supply chain to plan production schedules, receive material and execute on-time product manufacturing 

•    Through implementation of Continuous Improvement philosophy, manage and improve pharmaceutical standards, awareness & compliance within the technical team (measures: CAPA close out, NCR close out, clean room standards, engineering standards); 

•    Implement operational excellence principles to ensure accelerating manufacturing cadence meets clinical targets 

•    Setting, communicating, tracking, and reporting KPI’s at a personal and departmental level 

•    Champion a continuous improvement culture; work cross-functionally with Manufacturing Sciences and Technology (MS&T) and Quality to improve manufacturing operations in a compliant manner 

•    Work cross-functionally on new product introduction and process changes (transfers, improvements, validation) 

•    Ensure processes are followed for change controls, deviations/investigations, CAPAs, process transfers, validations, risk analysis, and mitigations

The role is not required to be on a shift pattern but will require establishing multiple teams and shifts to deliver product through clinical trial according to targets. Flexibility may be required to take calls or do some work from home outside normal business hours.

Relevant Education Skills and Experience

This role will involve hiring and building teams along with team management. It will involve developing and leading other manufacturing and manufacturing support staff. To be successful it is anticipated you will have gained the following skills, traits, and experience:

•    Team management and people development. Ability to successful manage manufacturing operations through good planning and resourcing. Eye for detail to ensure right first-time operational excellence.

•    At least 5 years of experience managing operational teams Managing at least 12 staff. Experience of implementing strategic decisions through organised teams. Experience representing manufacturing on large multi-disciplinary project teams 10+ years relevant GMP aseptic cell culture manufacturing experience (e.g. cell therapy, gene therapy, biologics, vaccine)

•    BS degree in life sciences, engineering or related field, advanced degree, e.g. MS, MBA, and/or PhD preferred Quality Systems used in GMP environments Knowledge of GMPs and compliance within the biopharmaceutical industry

•    A target driven team builder who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment

•    Detailed planning and resource management Very good communication and interpersonal motivation skills Ability to accommodate flexible working hours depending on work nee

The following experience may be considered an advantage but is by no means essential to a successful application:

•    Guidance and compliance with MHRA, HTA, European Directives or FDA guidance for Cell Therapies

•    Experience in cell therapies/ATMPs 

•    Experience with managing shift working

Remuneration & Benefits

The salary for the Manufacturing Manager will be competitive within the Biotechnology and wider Scientific sector with actual salary offered reflecting relevant qualifications and experience as well as performance at interview. In any event we anticipate a salary in the £45,000 to £55,000 range together with an attractive bonus and benefits package.

Application Process

If you would like to join us as Manufacturing Manager at this critical time in our development and you think your skills and experience are a good fit for this role apply with a current CV and we’ll get back to you within a day or two.

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Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson

GPW Recruitment

Rochdale, NW
4 days ago
Rochdale, NW
£35k - £45k Per Year
4 days ago
£35k - £45k Per Year

We are looking for a Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson with architectural metalwork and secondary steelwork experience for a temporary to permanent position in the Rochdale area. Pay rate of £35-45000 per annum depending on experience. There are opportunities to work from home during the pandemic.
Working as the successful Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson, you will not be designing, but you will be developing out Architect and Structural Engineering drawings and providing manufacturing drawings for operations. You need excellent Architectural Metal experience and good 2D AutoCAD experience. If you also have 3D skills as well this would be an advantage - AutoCAD 3D, Solidworks, Tekla or similar - but it is not essential.
The Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson position is not highly technical work. It could suit either an experienced Draughtsperson or someone with workshop/hands-on welding and fabrication experience and CAD ability who is looking to change direction slightly and produce the manufacturing drawings now rather than do the fabrication. You will have experience of things such as handrails, balastrades and staircases. You will go to site, measure up then produce the drawings.
Previous Contract Engineer or similar experience would be highly desirable. The role includes a watching brief over the full process from survey through to installation of metalwork with worksites around the UK.
Main roles, responsibilities and requirements:
*Create 2D drawings and/or 3D Models to create Fabrication Packages.
*Occasional site survey visits (vehicle supplied for work purposes).
*Liaise with other areas of the business to ensure projects are completed on time.
*This is not highly technical work, the successful candidates will have a background in general fabrication and Engineering.
*Most important is the drive and desire to move forward in your career.
*CAD software skills.
*Experience in a Contract Engineer or similar role is highly desirable.
The company we are recruiting this Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson for is a market leading company who design, manufacture and install high quality bespoke items. They are doing very well and the successful Manufacturing / Fabrication Draughtsperson will have excellent career prospects and will help deliver a very busy and expanding order book
If the above sounds like you, please apply now!
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Global Process Owner SAP Manufacturing

The Weir Group PLC

Todmorden
2 days ago
Todmorden
2 days ago

Business Need / Purpose of Role

The GPO owns the end-to-end processes within the manufacturing value stream and is responsible for recommending and improving business process and Divisional System changes that will support and enhance Minerals service operations in line with the divisional strategy. 

 

Working from any our territories in the LATAM and ENCAR region you work closely with the SAP Deployment (SDT) and Minerals Application Support (MAST) Teams to develop effective technology solutions, system configuration and training materials that meet the requirements of the value stream blueprint and division strategic goals and objectives. Assist the SDT team to deploy the Systems Global Template (SGT) solution to businesses through fit/gap analysis, governance and support throughout the implementation process.

Objectives & Measurement - Key Responsibilities

  • Identify areas for improvement and action
  • Evaluate current problem areas
  • Align processes with Divisional strategy
  • Facilitate improvement initiatives and agile sprints
  • Increase efficiency and effectiveness of business processes
  • Identify and implement relevant real-time global reports
  • Reinforce adherence to SGT processes

Job Knowledge / Education and Qualifications

  • Relevant degree in operations and/or business systems
  • SAP transactional experience in relevant value stream. Experience in general PC use, e.g. Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.
  • 7-10 years’ experience Manufacturing Operations
  • Preferred 5+ years of SAP/ERP experience in Production Planning and Manufacturing Execution

Core Competencies

  • In depth understanding of Planning and Manufacturing processes and best practices
  • Leadership and/or project management capabilities
  • Educating a diverse user community with previous non-divisional ERP’s on the benefits of SGT processes
  • Facilitating the change to standarised processes and reports in autonomous businessesWorking with and influencing a broad range of stakeholders

Regional Specific Job Information (if applicable)

We appreciate the time taken to apply for roles with Weir Minerals Europe.  Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we anticipate we are not able to respond to everyone individually. If you have not heard back from us within 14 days from your application date, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion. We wish you all the best in your search.

 

Please note: we have an internal recruitment team and are not presently engaging with any providers for the purposes of recruitment, we operates a strict preferred supplier list for all recruitment across all areas of our business that is currently closed to new partners. 

 

As such, we would ask that agencies refrain from making contact with any of our colleagues and that CVs are not submitted to colleagues across the group. Any unsolicited CVs and/or communications will be sent at your own risk and will be interpreted as 'gifts' and we will reserve the right to engage with candidates directly having not, in any way, entered into your company's Terms and Conditions of Contract.  

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Manufacturing Manager

Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC

Skipton
15 days ago
Skipton
15 days ago

Thanks for checking out our vacancy, we’re delighted you want to learn more about Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC.

Dechra are a growing, global specialist within the world of veterinary pharmaceuticals. Our expertise is in the development, manufacture, marketing and sales of high quality products exclusively for veterinarians worldwide.

Here at Dechra, our values are embedded within our culture and thrive within our family of almost 2000 colleague globally. From manufacturing to marketing, (D)edication, (E)njoyment, (C)ourage, (H)onesty, (R)elationships and (A)mbition are at the heart of our everyday operations and the way we do business

The Opportunity 

Reporting to the Head of Operations & Engineering, we have a Manufacturing Manager role at our Skipton site.  Responsible for the overall operations and leadership of the manufacturing teams, and direct leadership of the manufacturing supervisors, ensuring a safe and compliant environment and manufacturing quality products, on time and to meet customer demand.

Main Responsibilities

The Challenge

So, what will you be doing? This role has a broad and varied remit and the successful candidate will have responsibility for duties including:

  • Leading a team of circa 50 employees across two shifts to manufacture pharmaceuticals products in various dosage forms
  • Ensure effective production, financial and resource planning to ensure the on time delivery of all production activities, including key projects, required to meet quality and customer demand
  • Work actively with Technical Services, Engineering, QC, QA and Validation to monitor and optimise use of plant capacity to ensure product delivery to agreed customer deadlines
  • Ensure we have sufficiently trained staff for all equipment to ensure we can meet all planned production 
  • Lead a compliance culture within manufacturing, ensuring all team members adhere to SOP's and comply with their individual responsibilities for cGMP, to ensure there are no deficiencies and the production area is audit ready
  •  Champion quality and productivity improvements, encouraging all team members to come forward with ideas and supporting them to implement them, where this is possible.
  • Ensuring department KPIs are met and that established cGMP quality standards are adhered to at all times
The Ideal Candidate

About You

Here at Dechra we pride ourselves on being an inclusive employer and we embrace candidates from all walks of life. We’re particularly keen to here from those who have/are:

  • Proven industry and management experience from a highly regulated GMP manufacturing/packing facility, either from the Pharmaceutical or similarly regulated industry/environment 
  • Evidence of driving a continuous improvement culture with operational teams
  • Proven ability to lead a team and drive change and improvement in that team
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively both with the team, and with other areas
  • Excellent communication skills and stakeholder management skills.
  • Established people manager
About The Company

About Your Application

All applications received are reviewed by our internal talent acquisition team and we will get in touch if your skills and experience match what we’re looking for. Should you not hear back from us within 28 days please don’t be too disappointed – we may keep your CV on our database for any future vacancies which may be suitable and we encourage you to keep an eye on our careers site. For any questions or queries, please contact us at recruituk@dechra.com

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Continuous Improvement Manager - Manufacturing

Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC

Skipton
1 day ago
Skipton
1 day ago

Thanks for checking out our vacancy, we’re delighted you want to learn more about Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC.

Dechra are a growing, global specialist within the world of veterinary pharmaceuticals. Our expertise is in the development, manufacture, marketing and sales of high quality products exclusively for veterinarians worldwide.

Here at Dechra, our values are embedded within our culture and thrive within our family of almost 2000 colleague globally. From manufacturing to marketing, (D)edication, (E)njoyment, (C)ourage, (H)onesty, (R)elationships and (A)mbition are at the heart of our everyday operations and the way we do business

The Opportunity 

Dechra Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing & Supply (DPM&S) have an exciting opportunity for a Continuous Improvement Manager to join our pharmaceutical manufacturing site based in Skipton, North Yorkshire. This brand new role is combining essential Operational Excellence and Continuous Improvement responsibilities to support the delivery of our the site’s strategic plans.

Reporting into the Site Manager, this role forms a key part of the site operations team. The successful candidate will be responsible for driving change through implementation of standards and coaching local management and team members to achieve incremental and step changes in the performance of the site in terms of Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost competitiveness while engaging and empowering the site employees.

Job Description

Competitive Salary + Benefits

Main Responsibilities

The Challenge

So, what will you be doing? This role has a broad and varied remit and the successful candidate will have responsibility for duties including:

  • Scoping and implementing routine (day to day, week to week, month to month, year to year) continuous improvement activities
  • Supporting the Site Director and Leadership team to define the site strategy, goals, developing the implementation plans and embedding / facilitating a robust governance program, providing challenge, holding people accountable to ensure the site delivers on its commitments and KPI targets
  • Trains, coaches & supports others in project management system(s), methods and practices, including contingency planning and risk management
  • Manages significant business change
  • Fully justifies change, champions and coaches others to support and deliver business changes. Coaches others on change management tools
  • Defines and embeds KPIs and processes to drive short term and long term improvement through application of DPS, across a balanced scorecard (P,S,Q,D,C) in all functions and value streams
  • Ensures a routine, rigorous and robust reporting process is in use which effectively supports the timely resolution of issues and performance monitoring / trending
The Ideal Candidate

About You

Here at Dechra we pride ourselves on being an inclusive employer and we embrace candidates from all walks of life. We’re particularly keen to here from those who have/are:

  • Experience in implementation of Operational Excellence and/or Continuous improvement initiatives
  • Experience working within a Pharmaceuticals or FMCG manufacturing environment (e.g. food production, cosmetics etc)
  • Managed OPEX / CI operations in larger organisations to drive commercial value
  • Strong commercial acumen /analytical capabilities and extracting insights from key operational metrics and data and creating robust action plans
  • Attention to detail and proven communications & planning skills.
  • Ability to influence peers & business areas using verbal or written communication
  • Strong stakeholder management at all leadership levels and across functions
  • Evidence of driving a continuous improvement culture through a test and learn process including holding workshops to generate ideas and identify solutions
  • Worked in and understanding regulated markets.
About The Company

About Your Application

All applications received are reviewed by our internal talent acquisition team and we will get in touch if your skills and experience match what we’re looking for. Should you not hear back from us within 28 days please don’t be too disappointed – we may keep your CV on our database for any future vacancies which may be suitable and we encourage you to keep an eye on our careers site. For any questions or queries, please contact us at recruituk@dechra.com

Salary

£10.68 - £10.68 Per Hour

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

3 days ago

Description


Production Operative

Extra Personnel are recruiting on behalf of our large manufacturing client based in Darwen for the position of Production Operative.

There are opportunities to develop a career within the business

Requirements of a Production Operative
  • Be flexible to work 12 shifts covering days, nights and weekends
  • Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment

Details:
  • Salary - £10.68 per hour
  • Working hours of a Production Operative are 4 on 4 off, days and nights 12 hour shifts.
  • Overtime available
  • Location - Darwen
  • Duration - Ongoing
  • All suitable candidates will be subject to alcohol and drug testing at induction stage.
  • Extensive training will be given

Role of a Production Operative
  • Assembling and clamping the product
  • Working according to health and safety guidelines
  • Ensuring that the final products meet quality standards
  • To ensure all company procedures and rules are adhered to

Benefits of working in this role
  • Free On-Site parking
  • Canteen facilities
  • 28 days holiday per year
  • Canteen Facilities
  • Mortgage References
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Weekly Pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employed Status
  • My Resource Rewards - An online portal offering vouchers and discounts

If you are interested in the above role please click apply

Extra Personnel do NOT charge any fees for our services.

Extra Personnel Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.