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Production Manager - Auto Services

Direct Line Group

LaneLane
30+ days ago
LaneLane
30+ days ago

What we’re looking for:

The future is ambitious now the technologies used in Body Shops are evolving every single day, which is really helping us re-shape vehicle repair industry. That’s why we’re excited to be growing our teams and looking for people to join us as a

  • Production Manager

All roles are at the heart of our Auto Services business and you’ll need be enthusiastic, upbeat and committed to delivering the best repair service.

What you’ll be doing:

  • You will manage, train and develop technicians to deliver the correct level of vehicle diagnostics and calibrations.

  • You will act on specific repair data to share best practice and achieve maximum cost benefit.

  • Support the business in achieving the most efficient and cost effective repair processes.

  • You will be responsible for supporting and developing our people to achieve and maintain our agreed repair standards.

  • Engage with suppliers, vehicle manufacturers, DLG auto services and engineering services.

  • You will build close working relationships with DLG auto services management teams, key suppliers and training providers.

  • Build day to day relationships with specific DLG auto services sites and personnel.

Who you’ll be working with:

We know you’ve heard this all before, but the culture here at DLG really is something else. We embrace our individuality – you’ll see it in the way that we think and work, it’s all about ensuring you can enjoy making a contribution, have some fun and be yourself in every aspect. We encourage each other to be the best we can be: no opinion goes unheard, no achievement goes unrecognised, and no idea goes unknown – we even reward you for them! We encourage our people to work together, aim higher and to be the best they can be – for customers, colleagues and the business. It’s an indefinable “DLGness” that makes us who we are, and we’d love for you to be a part of it.

What we’ll give you:

Rewarding you is important to us, that's why we'll recognise your hard work and support you give our customers every step of the way with a very competitive salary and an industry leading reward package. Our teams are always supporting their local communities and love getting involved in charity events and family days.

What we’re looking for:

The future is ambitious now the technologies used in Body Shops are evolving every single day, which is really helping us re-shape vehicle repair industry. That’s why we’re excited to be growing our teams and looking for people to join us as a

  • Production Manager

All roles are at the heart of our Auto Services business and you’ll need be enthusiastic, upbeat and committed to delivering the best repair service.

What you’ll be doing:

  • You will manage, train and develop technicians to deliver the correct level of vehicle diagnostics and calibrations.

  • You will act on specific repair data to share best practice and achieve maximum cost benefit.

  • Support the business in achieving the most efficient and cost effective repair processes.

  • You will be responsible for supporting and developing our people to achieve and maintain our agreed repair standards.

  • Engage with suppliers, vehicle manufacturers, DLG auto services and engineering services.

  • You will build close working relationships with DLG auto services management teams, key suppliers and training providers.

  • Build day to day relationships with specific DLG auto services sites and personnel.

Who you’ll be working with:

We know you’ve heard this all before, but the culture here at DLG really is something else. We embrace our individuality – you’ll see it in the way that we think and work, it’s all about ensuring you can enjoy making a contribution, have some fun and be yourself in every aspect. We encourage each other to be the best we can be: no opinion goes unheard, no achievement goes unrecognised, and no idea goes unknown – we even reward you for them! We encourage our people to work together, aim higher and to be the best they can be – for customers, colleagues and the business. It’s an indefinable “DLGness” that makes us who we are, and we’d love for you to be a part of it.

What we’ll give you:

Rewarding you is important to us, that's why we'll recognise your hard work and support you give our customers every step of the way with a very competitive salary and an industry leading reward package. Our teams are always supporting their local communities and love getting involved in charity events and family days.

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Shift Manager / Production Manager

Pact Coffee

Haslemere, HC
2 days ago
Haslemere, HC
2 days ago

Who we are:

Pact Coffee is all about making coffee a force for good. We source specialty coffee, which we roast and grind then deliver the results to homes, offices, cafés, and hotels across the country. We were founded on the principle that businesses should do good, by doing well.

How do we do well? With 100% commitment to direct trade, an investment and training programme that helps farmers change their lives for the better. By paying an average of 55% above the Fairtrade baseline, we encourage farmers to strive for speciality grade crops - because it's about quality, not charity.

We might be biased, but we think we’ve got the best team in the business. Based across our head office in Bermondsey, our roastery in Haslemere and in their home offices, our people come from a range of industries and are united in our mission to make coffee a Force for Good.


What we do:

  • Roast our coffee no more than seven days before shipping.
  • Grind our beans on the day they are shipped.
  • Make great tasting speciality coffee accessible to coffee lovers across the UK.
  • Create a community of coffee lovers through education and idea sharing.
  • Have an energetic and collaborative approach to work.
  • Offer a competitive salary, free coffee (obviously!) and fun perks including breakfast and snacks at work.
  • Make coffee a force for good and have fun doing it!


As Production Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Manage, motivate and develop a team of Production Operatives and Team Leaders, minimising labour churn levels.
  • Plan and control required labour hours in line with volumes and CPU targets, whilst ensuring operational excellence.
  • Drives productivity improvements within the operation for space control and touch point reduction.
  • Manage the production procedures ensuring product quality control, order accuracy and on-time completion.
  • Ensuring no service failures to enable shipment for 100% of daily orders.
  • Responsibility of food standards controls and H&S practices.
  • Site maintenance as appropriate.

Requirements

The role:

We’re looking for a Production Manager to join our team. Reporting directly to the Supply Chain Director, you will lead and motivate a team of Production Operatives to deliver operational excellence throughout the operation.

You will focus on driving continuous improvement in all areas of the production operation, across H&S policies, process efficiencies, labour cost control and customer experience.


You’ll be perfect for the role if...

  • You are ambitious and efficiency driven.
  • You have experience of leading and motivating a team, preferably within a production / warehouse environment.
  • You are highly organised, a multi tasker and can deliver results to a deadline.
  • You have great communication skills and confidence when working across business levels.
  • You are a self starter and drive your own initiatives in line with the business objectives.
  • You have a good level of experience with Google Sheets / Excel.
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Production Manager

WESTROCK LIMITED

Littlehampton, Southern
5 days ago
Littlehampton, Southern
5 days ago
Job Purpose
Manage the employees and resources of the print department to optimise throughput whilst ensuring customer expectations for quality and delivery are met on time and in full.
You will be responsible for all areas of the print process and ancillary operations whilst managing and developing a high performing team, monitoring and evaluating department metrics, analysing departmental performance and use this information to take appropriate actions to meet current and future business needs.
Role Responsibilities
  • Manage the production process to optimise throughput and efficiency whilst minimising waste and ensuring customer expectations for quality and delivery are met on time and in full.
  • Manage continuous improvements in the key aspects of manufacturing performance and customer service and quality.
  • Establish consistency in the application of operating standards and an awareness/compliance with safety, health and environmental legislation and Group policy.
  • Managing staff discipline and compliance to GMP, Quality policies and Terms and Conditions
  • Conduct appraisal process, monthly performance management, return to work interviews and disciplinary process investigations and interviews when required.
  • Recruit, develop, motivate, and manage a production team that maximizes its performance potential and meets current and future business needs.
  • Ensure H&S best practice is adhered to in line with Company policy and current legislation
  • Lead and participate in continuous improvement initiatives and attend/Involvement in NPI technical processes to ensure the jobs are produced right first time
  • Reduction in the number of internal shortages and customer complaints
  • Continually work to reduce costs within site including banked hours, costs of quality and shop floor consumable costs
  • To lead the print department to achieve high output, good quality and servicing the customer with good on time in full delivery performance
  • Ensure that all parts of the factory are planned, coordinated, and are operating in a stable manufacturing environment
  • Foster a high-performance quality orientated culture which continually improves
  • The list of duties are responsibilities is not exhaustive, WestRock expects you to carry out any other reasonable duty which you are capable of being trained in or performing.
Knowledge, Skills, Experience
  • Minimum 3 years management/supervisory experience
  • People management skills and exposure to change management processes
  • Strong interpersonal, analytical, influencing and negotiating skills
  • Communication, including the ability to engage and communicate with groups of employees
  • Team building
  • Negotiation and consultation skills
  • Awareness of current SHE and employment legislation and standards
  • Ability to recruit and onboard new employees into the Print Department
  • Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
  • Ability to prioritise workload and manage multiple projects
  • Numerical /Verbal reasoning skills at management norm (SHL)
  • Results focused with sound commercial and financial awareness
Behaviours
  • Determination – Ability to overcome obstacles and solve problems
  • Influence/Persuasiveness – Ability to influence and inspire others to act
  • Be self-motivated, standards driven, with a keen eye for detail and be computer literate
  • Ability to use own initiative and to remain calm under pressure and work to tight deadlines
  • Be a role model of WestRock’s Values and Behaviours
Core Competencies
  • The following competencies have been identified as key to success in the role.
  • People Management
  • Leadership & Vision – Ability to inspire a team with a clear vision and purpose
  • Coaching & Developing people – The ability to teach operational skills to others and mentor/coach accordingly
  • Managing performance – Ability to monitor and evaluate performance and take appropriate action.
  • Managing Self & Others - Be able to be self-motivated, standards driven, with a keen eye for detail whilst being team focused and harnessing collaboration and co-operation of others
  • Personal Competencies
  • Communication – Ability to convey ideas and decisions to internal and external customers and influences, convinces or impresses others in a way that results in acceptance, agreement or a required behaviour change
  • Determination / Resilience – Ability to overcome obstacles Maintains effective work behaviour in the face of setbacks or pressure.Remains calm, stable and in control of themselves
  • Flexible - Successfully adapts to changing demands and conditions
  • Influence/Persuasiveness – Ability to influence and inspire others to act
Managing the Business
  • Organisation – The ability to judge situations accurately and make sound operational decisions to deliver results on time.Demonstrates a readiness to make decisions, take the initiative and originate action
  • Continuous Improvement – The ability to continually monitor and review current working practices and make the best use of resources to improve organisational results
  • Problem Solving and Analysis - Analyses issues and breaks them down into their component part
  • Makes systematic and rational judgments based on relevant information
  • Other Requirements

Flexible and adaptable to change and prepared to take on additional responsibilities with other duties as required to meet business needs. Successfully adapts to changing demands and conditions. Be able to be self-motivated, standards driven, with a keen eye for detail whilst being team focused and harnessing collaboration and co-operation of others.
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Assistant Manufacturing Manager

Smartsearch Recruitment Ltd

Bridlington, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Bridlington, Yorkshire
£40k - £40k Per Year
1 day ago
£40k - £40k Per Year

Assistant Manufacturing Manager, Salary: Up to £40k, Based near Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire

We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Manufacturing Manager to work for a global and leading Modular Building / off-site Construction business.

The role: The company construct permanent buildings using Manufactured Offsite Modular construction techniques along with traditional steel frames to provide both Modular and hybrid building solutions that offer unrivalled flexibility for their customers. As the Assistant Manufacturing Manager you will be responsible for the front line assistance to the Manufacturing Manager in the safe and efficient production of Modular buildings ensuring offsite production is maximised and maintaining excellence in product quality where buildings are completed on time and to budget.

Main tasks:

•Ensure that the company HSEQ integrated management systems are fully complied within the factory environment and embraced by the workforce and supply chain through positive communication.
•Assist the Manufacturing Manager in carrying out all site inductions and ensure that RAMS are reviewed and signed off on a daily basis monitoring and keeping accurate records at all times.
•Assist the Manufacturing Manager to ensuring that all key deadlines are achieved reporting against the Construction Programme ensuring that adequate resources are allocated and coordinated in a safe and efficient manner.
•Produce and maintain on a weekly basis quality documentation managing ITP sign off with all subcontractors communicating results with commercial and site management
•Assist the Manufacturing Manager with Health and Safety surveillance audits and close out any appropriate actions.
•To take full responsibility of the flow line, supporting the implementation of the new flow line process
•Work with the Manufacturing and SHEQ Engineer to deliver MES and QMS compliance and support the development and writing of process maps and work instructions

Candidate requirements:

•Experience in a similar Assistant Manufacturing Manager or similar role
•Experience in either a volumetric / modular building or regulated manufacturing sector, particularly businesses with stringent Quality and Lean manufacturing systems would be highly advantageous.
•Experience of managing health & safety
•Experience of both traditional and modular construction techniques and a CSCS Card would be advantageous.

If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for then please apply by attaching your CV.

Smartsearch take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your application. To effectively process your application, we may share your details with the company for whom we are collecting job applications and Smartsearch or the company may contact you by email, telephone or SMS. A copy of our privacy policy will be emailed to you upon receipt of your application.

 

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Furniture Production Manager

Smart Recruit Online

Doncaster, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Doncaster, Yorkshire
1 day ago

Permanent role, 38.75 hours per week
Monday - Friday rotating shifts:
05:30 - 13:45 and 13:45 - 22:00
Armthorpe, Doncaster
Competitive salary plus bonus and benefits
Next is one of the UK's best known high-street names and most established online retailers but did you know that we also have a rapidly growing furniture business?
We are located in Armthorpe, Doncaster, and with investment in the latest technology and state of the art environment, this is by no means your 'typical' manufacturing facility.
As we now look towards the future and an exciting 2021, Next Furniture Manufacturing isn't standing still!
With growth of 33% over the next 12 months and plans to increase this even further, the future at Next Furniture Manufacturing is as strong and bright as our sofa designs.
It's all about producing the right product to the right standard in the most efficient way. That's why, as well as looking for great skills and impressive experience, we want people with energy, a positive attitude and a real commitment to helping exceed the expectations of customers all over the world.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Production Manager will play a 'hands on' role in the daily operational management to ensure that we deliver exceptional quality and value to our customers within the expected timescales.
You will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of manufacturing practices, ensuring that all operational efficiency targets are achieved whilst minimising risk and maintaining a safe environment and high-quality standards. You will monitor actual performance against standards and take appropriate action when required, ensuring sufficient resource is available for the production areas and effectively managing the workloads of your team.
Production | Supervisor | Manager | Furniture | Manufacturing | Upholstery | Production Manager | Shift Manager | Coaching | Mentoring | Operations | KPIs
Essential Skills
You will have experience operating in a similar furniture manufacturing environment and be a highly motivated, pro-active individual.
You will be extremely focused, dedicated and flexible in your approach in order to support the delivery of our business objectives. As Production Manager, you will consistently lead by example building effective team relationships and continuing to develop our positive, team orientated culture in order to achieve success.
In return we can offer you:
  • A fantastic working environment in new facilities
  • 121 coaching and development
  • Flexible holidays
  • Free parking
  • Subsidised canteen
  • 25% staff discount on all next products
  • Up to 70% off at our staff shops
  • Eligibility to join our Share save scheme
  • Pension

A career within Next Furniture Manufacturing is an opportunity to be part of an exciting new concept within Next.
To help give you the best start in our Manufacturing Team, we'll give you an extensive induction featuring in-depth training sessions. We will provide ongoing coaching and support designed to give you all the information you need to succeed in your new role.
About Company
Next is one of the UK's best-known high-street retailers and most established online. Behind the scenes we are at the cutting edge of Warehousing and Logistics, employing more than 7000 people across eight distribution centres.
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Production Manager (Maternity Cover)

Vacancy Filler

Milton Keynes, HC
1 day ago
Milton Keynes, HC
1 day ago

Our client is the original, British, innovative, outdoor clothing brand. They were founded in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in the early 1970's. They have been innovators in technology, testing and garment design for almost half a century. Clothing over a million people for the most inhospitable and challenging environments around the world. We have made their everyday lives a little more enjoyable, and their more modest adventures a little more possible. Our aim was - and is - to provide the very best, outdoor and travel, performance clothing in the world.
The Production Manager is responsible for all areas of production planning, order placement, production tracking, lead times, logistics, shipping and deliveries of bulk production on time and in full from our suppliers and is the primary liaison between Rohan and the product suppliers regarding any issues relating to orders, production, minimums, lead times, shipments and deliveries.

Our factory base is primarily in Asia and covers all types of technical, performance clothing and accessories from jackets, trousers, fleece, tops, shirts, hats, gloves and belts.
This role is offered as a fixed 12 month maternity cover.

Key Objectives / Main Duties:

Work closely with our Merchandising team to plan seasonal volume projections, minimum order quantities and leadtimes

Pre-booking factory production capacity for all products and fabrics

Ensure suppliers adhere to the critical path, ensuring bulk production is delivered according to the seasonal calendar and product launches

Review production updates from suppliers, ensuring production is running smoothly, ex-factory dates are being met and problem solve issues

Responsible for raising PO’s and communicating with suppliers

Responsible for accuracy of orders, including delivery dates, cancellations, price changes and amendments

Responsible for the accuracy and approval of barcode information

Dealing with factory shortages and overages, reporting information internally

Maintain forecasting, scheduling and inventory control for raw materials with all vendors

Plan QC auditing schedule with suppliers and internal Product Team

Liaising with suppliers regarding delivery shortages, delays and general issues

Shipping and Logistics

Oversee bookings and documentation preparation for deliveries

Oversee freight forwarders and couriers ensuring products are delivered on time to the warehouse

Ensure full compliance with international customs procedures and processes, so that deliveries are timely and costs are minimised

Ensure packing lists, invoices and customs declarations are completed correctly

Review and maintain daily shipping documentations and liaise with warehouse and freight-forwarder

Ensure that freight invoices and freight/duty records are kept up to date

Ensure that HS Code List (Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System) are correctly maintained and updated on the system

Ensure that shipping records, including costs, products shipped, and receipt dates are kept organized and updated

Negotiate and manage freight partnerships and logistics fees, ensuring the best partners are selcted and can meet all business requirements

Review import duty rates in relation to the country of origin and impact to landed costs to help decide on supplier allocation

In Addition:

Advise suppliers on manufacturing best practices, principles, and brand standards

Create mutually beneficial supplier relationships to effectively drive improvement in production management, quality and delivery

Work with suppliers to improve their supply chain efficiencies including planning of production and delivery into the warehouse

Risk assess, analyse, evaluate and improve suppliers' capabilities, capacity and performance

Manage and present end-of-season analysis of production in terms of suppliers, costs and delivery

Working with CSR Manager to ensure accountability and compliance of CSR policy across supplier base to uphold all Rohan CSR policies

Negotiating and implementing supplier agreements and contracts. Negotiate production payment terms, prices, quantities and delivery dates

Identify cost-saving opportunities and present to the business
Who are we looking for?

  • Key Requirements:

    • Reporting to the Product Director
    • Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role and/or business
    • Experience of managing a small team/direct report a must have
    • Must be extremely proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel
    • Ability and willingness to travel to vendors in EU and Asia
    • High attention to detail and precise approach to work ethic
    • Self motivated and proactive
    • Thrives on problem solving
    • Ability to think both big-picture and forward planning whilst keeping a close eye on the detail

     

What’s in it for you?

Having been retailing in the UK for over 40 years in the outdoor industry, we are able to offer an excellent pay and benefits package.

Plus all of this:

  • Comprehensive training
  • Clothing allowance
  • 50% discount on our own clothing
  • Contributions to a Pension scheme
  • Employee Assistance Scheme
  • Access to in-house training and e-learning
  • Other group discounts


About the company

We make gear that keeps you protected and comfortable in the world’s wildest places. From performance clothing to shoes and luggage we create a range that is all you need and nothing you don’t. From our original and iconic “bags” to our latest innovations everything is built on the original design principles that were conceived around a kitchen table in North Yorkshire forty years ago. This is what still make us unique.


How to apply
 

To apply for the role of Production Manager (12 month FTC) here at our head office in Milton Keynes, please click on the Apply button and follow the short application procedure

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Production Manager (Pharmaceutical)

Hyper Recruitment Solutions

Hertfordshire, HC
1 day ago
Hertfordshire, HC
1 day ago
This is an exciting opportunity for a Production Manager (Pharmaceutical) to join a growing highly regulated contract manufacturing organisation supporting both the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare markets based in the Hertfordshire area. As the Production Manager (Pharmaceutical) you will provide leadership and management of a small production team, warehouse team and engineer.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful Production Manager (Pharmaceutical) will be responsible for the following:-
1. The Production Manager will ensure all the activities within Pharmaceutical and Food/Beverage manufacturing are compliant to current procedures with regards to Quality, Health & Safety and Customer requirements. You will be responsible for ensuring that all manufacturing and associated areas are compliant to GMP, BRC and 5S standards.
2.You will lead operational excellence and continuous improvement activities for the business, acting as a strong advocate for process improvement. This will include leading the improvement of manufacturing processes and ensure changes are appropriately controlled.
3. Provide leadership for quality and compliance through early investigation of any deviations, putting in place effective CAPA to prevent repeat incidents. Responsible for ensuring that any breaches in H&S and GMP are managed in accordance with company procedures.
4. Set and deliver the monthly budgets for manufacturing & warehouse both in terms of staff and overhead spend. Suggest capital investments to improve manufacturing areas both in terms of efficiency and compliance. Ensure weekly and monthly production plans are met. Adherence to the manufacturing plan, investigating misses and putting in place necessary improvements to avoid recurrence.
ROLE REQUIREMENTS:
To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity for a Production Manager (Pharmaceutical) we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:
1. Relevant degree qualification within a science, engineering or manufacturing related discipline or equivalent qualifications and experience within the Pharmaceutical industry.
2. Proven industry and management experience within a GMP compliant manufacturing industry, preferably the Pharmaceutical sector.
3. Experience of working in an Operational Excellence culture including Daily Accountability, Visual Management and 5S management. Driving a continuous improvement culture and "right first time" mentality.
Key Words: Production | Manufacturing | GMP | Pharmaceutical | Continuous Improvement | Operational Excellence | 5S | Lean | Food | Beverage | Healthcare
Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer who are certified by Investors in People for talent development. We therefore welcome applications for any interested parties who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors, and is made up of a collaboration of recruitment professionals and scientists. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
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Manufacturing Manager

Elevation Recruitment

Harrogate, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Harrogate, Yorkshire
£50k - £55k Per Year
1 day ago
£50k - £55k Per Year
This role is brilliant new opportunity for a Manufacturing Manager to join a leading a manufacturing business based in North Leeds, West Yorkshire. As Manufacturing Manager, the role will be responsible for helping to really drive through some significant improvements through the Manufacturing business and help introduce modern manufacturing tools and techniques. The company have a really strong order book and growth plans projected
Job Duties:
The role will be a key member of the Senior Leadership team who have a really strong growth strategy planned for the next 5 years and are looking for a Manufacturing Manager who can help introduce and implement a range of modern manufacturing tools and techniques into a traditional business that doesn't have many KPI's in place.
The role will have support of other senior managers & directors but the Manufacturing Manager must have seen what 'good' looks like and can have an understanding of how to help a business drive forward it's manufacturing processes to make the necessary improvements. As Manufacturing Manager, the role will have operational to understand the business, processes and procedures and get the buy in of the people on the shop floor before becoming more strategic.
You will try to lead, develop and motivate an experienced workforce and where necessary make changes to the people who won't come along on the journey so you must have resilience and strong influencing skills. Health & Safety is the most important thing for the business so you must also have a 'safety first' mindset.
Elevation Engineering & Manufacturing would be keen to speak with Manufacturing Manager's with the following skills and experiences:
-Manufacturing Management experience
-Worked in a Modern Manufacturing facility
-Knows what good looks like and can help bring improvements into the business
-Strong influencing skills and a resilient personality
-Ability to implement and drive KPI's
Elevation Engineering & Manufacturing is a specialist recruitment consultancy dealing with senior engineering, technical and operational positions in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and the surrounding regions. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the position in more detail, we would love to hear from you.
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Senior Operations Manager

NCFE

10 days ago
10 days ago

Senior Operations Manager

Permanent Contract

Flexible, Remote Working

37 hours per week

Salary: Up To £50,000

 

Do you want to join us on our future journey?

 

NCFE is a registered charity which provides of a huge range of educational services as part of its mission to ‘promote and advance learning’. For over 170 years, NCFE has been at the forefront of technical education, helping to support millions of learners into employment through its portfolio of qualifications. The company is an End-Point Assessment Organisation at the cutting edge of apprenticeships, whilst also offering leading e-assessment and digital education services through Skills Forward and Peer Tutor. Purposeful people drive NCFE and create a vibrant and high performing culture, ensuring that the organisation is always moving forward towards collective success with the learner at the heart of everything it does.

 

A bit about the opportunity, our team and you…

We are delighted to have the following opportunity in our Learning for Work team.

 

We are excited to be looking for a Senior Operations Manager and would love it if you come and join us on our future journey.

 

The Senior Operations Manager will assist the Operations Director to develop, take to market and oversee the delivery of NCFE’s Learning for Work product portfolio, whilst ensuring that the portfolio we offer supports people to fulfil their own potential at work, and in everyday life, where people can create a future for the benefit of themselves, society, and the wider economy.

 

The successful candidate will oversee and manage complex and detailed workstream plans, and ensure that NCFE meets its contractual obligations with regulatory bodies and other key stakeholders, including the Department for Education (DfE), the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual), and our employer partners.

 

To find out if this is the role for you, please take a look at the Job Description

 

Why NCFE?

As an organisation we have ambitious levels of performance that we strive for, we have high expectations of each and everyone one of our talented colleagues, and recognise the contribution each one makes to our success.

All our employees are rewarded with:

  • A competitive market salary
  • Company Pension, employer’s contribution up to 9%
  • 25 days starting annual leave
  • ‘That Friday Feeling’ all our employees work Monday to Friday with flexibility
  • Westfield Health Cover.

 

Want to know about NCFE?

 

Take a look at our website https://www.ncfe.org.uk/

 

Interested? Here’s what you need to know…

 

If you think you have the skills to become a Senior Operations Manager at NCFE, we’d love to hear from you!

Apply online directly through our website with your current CV detailing the skills and relevant work experience which makes you suitable for the role.

 

Closing Date: Friday 26th February 2021

 

Interview Date: Thursday 11th March 2021

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Director of Engineering

QS

17 days ago
17 days ago

About QS

QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited (QS), the world's leading media and events company in the higher education sector.

QS has a global presence (offices are located in eight countries and events held in 60 countries) and has a loyal ‘blue-chip' client base consisting of business schools, universities and corporate employers.

QS is a multi-cultural organization, with more than 25 languages spoken by our team members. We are known for our entrepreneurial spirit and actively encourage employees to initiate and develop ideas and share the rewards of our success. You should be comfortable with the challenges of a dynamic environment.

We are looking for a senior technical leader to build, manage and lead development and QA teams which are based in Bangalore, India. This position will report to Group CTO, QS Group. The ideal candidate should have proven experience in building enterprise products, managing multiple teams and product lines with proven delivery.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the conceptualization, research and direction of the overall technology and architecture across the products.
  • Ensure that the projects are delivered on time and with quality. Create and manage the Agile development process for the teams
  • Build and manage a top class engineering team. Bangalore team is in early stage of growth. This role is expected to quickly build a world class team.
  • Provide technical leadership and guidance to both the team members and the project peers/SMEs/Users
  • Engineering/product development oversight, in addition to management and team oversight
  • Ensure products meet design specifications, and adhere to standard coding and development practices
  • Be at the heart of converting new concepts into product features by working closely with the development team

Requirements:

Qualification: Computer Science or Engineering degree from a premier institute. MBA from a premier institute will be a plus

Work Experience: 18+ Years of experience in product development

Skill Set:  Building and managing B2C oriented web and Saas based products. Solid understanding of scalability, modularity and significant experience in developing complex scalable solutions. Should have proven experience in managing distributed teams and have demonstrable delivery and project management experience.

  • Experience in developing and maintaining enterprise-scale web solutions
  • Past experience in web technology stacks. Experience in Analytics is an added advantage
  • Experience from working in an agile development methodology
  • Demonstrated ability of team building and delivery management
  • Demonstrated experience in working with multiple stake holders and be overall responsible for delivery that meets business objectives
  • Demonstrated experience in working with executive/Senior management
  • Have results driven personality, high enthusiasm, energy, and confidence.

Core Leadership competencies

  • A LEADER WHO INSPIRES - A leader whose language, imagery and use of story makes tomorrow come alive today. A leader whose passion to learn causes others to revisit their own learning habits. A leader who is personally inspired by the emerging challenge.
  • TEAM BUILDER/TEAM PLAYER - Has a background of building high performance teams. Establishes trust quickly. Deals with team issues quickly. Is quick to confront game playing and other behaviour that holds the team back
  • CONSTITUENCY BUILDER – Sensitive to the needs of others. Has an intuitive sense of who is important and how things get done by working with cross functional teams.
  • HUNGRY FOR RESULTS - Relentless. Driven. Delivers. Understands the organization's value drivers. Brings focus where it is needed. Balances the short and long-term.

Posted

30+ days ago

Description

What we’re looking for:

The future is ambitious now the technologies used in Body Shops are evolving every single day, which is really helping us re-shape vehicle repair industry. That’s why we’re excited to be growing our teams and looking for people to join us as a

  • Production Manager

All roles are at the heart of our Auto Services business and you’ll need be enthusiastic, upbeat and committed to delivering the best repair service.

What you’ll be doing:

  • You will manage, train and develop technicians to deliver the correct level of vehicle diagnostics and calibrations.

  • You will act on specific repair data to share best practice and achieve maximum cost benefit.

  • Support the business in achieving the most efficient and cost effective repair processes.

  • You will be responsible for supporting and developing our people to achieve and maintain our agreed repair standards.

  • Engage with suppliers, vehicle manufacturers, DLG auto services and engineering services.

  • You will build close working relationships with DLG auto services management teams, key suppliers and training providers.

  • Build day to day relationships with specific DLG auto services sites and personnel.

Who you’ll be working with:

We know you’ve heard this all before, but the culture here at DLG really is something else. We embrace our individuality – you’ll see it in the way that we think and work, it’s all about ensuring you can enjoy making a contribution, have some fun and be yourself in every aspect. We encourage each other to be the best we can be: no opinion goes unheard, no achievement goes unrecognised, and no idea goes unknown – we even reward you for them! We encourage our people to work together, aim higher and to be the best they can be – for customers, colleagues and the business. It’s an indefinable “DLGness” that makes us who we are, and we’d love for you to be a part of it.

What we’ll give you:

Rewarding you is important to us, that's why we'll recognise your hard work and support you give our customers every step of the way with a very competitive salary and an industry leading reward package. Our teams are always supporting their local communities and love getting involved in charity events and family days.

What we’re looking for:

The future is ambitious now the technologies used in Body Shops are evolving every single day, which is really helping us re-shape vehicle repair industry. That’s why we’re excited to be growing our teams and looking for people to join us as a

  • Production Manager

All roles are at the heart of our Auto Services business and you’ll need be enthusiastic, upbeat and committed to delivering the best repair service.

What you’ll be doing:

  • You will manage, train and develop technicians to deliver the correct level of vehicle diagnostics and calibrations.

  • You will act on specific repair data to share best practice and achieve maximum cost benefit.

  • Support the business in achieving the most efficient and cost effective repair processes.

  • You will be responsible for supporting and developing our people to achieve and maintain our agreed repair standards.

  • Engage with suppliers, vehicle manufacturers, DLG auto services and engineering services.

  • You will build close working relationships with DLG auto services management teams, key suppliers and training providers.

  • Build day to day relationships with specific DLG auto services sites and personnel.

Who you’ll be working with:

We know you’ve heard this all before, but the culture here at DLG really is something else. We embrace our individuality – you’ll see it in the way that we think and work, it’s all about ensuring you can enjoy making a contribution, have some fun and be yourself in every aspect. We encourage each other to be the best we can be: no opinion goes unheard, no achievement goes unrecognised, and no idea goes unknown – we even reward you for them! We encourage our people to work together, aim higher and to be the best they can be – for customers, colleagues and the business. It’s an indefinable “DLGness” that makes us who we are, and we’d love for you to be a part of it.

What we’ll give you:

Rewarding you is important to us, that's why we'll recognise your hard work and support you give our customers every step of the way with a very competitive salary and an industry leading reward package. Our teams are always supporting their local communities and love getting involved in charity events and family days.

Source: Direct Line Group