BRIOCHE PASQUIER UK
MILTON KEYNES - MK8 8DF
Production Line Manager
Location: Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire
Salary: Competitive salary plus benefits
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing & Engineering
Hours of Work: 40 hrs (occasionally need to work nights/weekends/ Bank holiday), Business working days Mondays to Sundays
Additional Information: http://www.briochepasquier.co.uk
Brioche Pasquier UK is part of an international group and one of the largest food manufacturers in Europe. We have been present in the UK for over a decade and sell a range of French bakery products to major UK food retailers, wholesale and foodservice markets. The company is still family run and has a great culture and history. We are present in Europe, South Korea, USA and UK.
We are at our 160,000 sq ft technologically advanced production facility to service the UK market in order to continue the strong growth of the company.
This is a great opportunity to join a category leading brand and an exciting stage in the history of the business. Due to the fast expansion of the business, we are looking for professionals to join our team to fulfil and grow into their roles.
We are looking for a “Production Manager” to join our fast growing team and business based in Milton Keynes. As a production line manager you are responsible for the planning and management of people, finance and resources within the business to ensure production targets are met on time and at the required quality level without compromising on safety. You will be responsible for driving improvement initiatives and contributing to management decision making. You will have previous experience in fast paced and target drive production environments.
The major tasks involved as a Production Manager:
to recruit and select the right team members
to build team skills through skills assessment, training plan, feedback and support
to ensure daily communication, close relationship and involvement with each team member
to assure product quality through each stage of production
to undertake regular reporting, review and analysis of production data
to manage the availability of people against the plan and work with other departments and managers across the site
to manage three professional assistants (Maintenance Engineer, Planner and Quality)
to identify performance gaps, trends and improvement opportunities and to lead a proper improvement plan
to have a flexible attitude to work, be able to prioritise and perform under pressure in order to meet changing deadlines
to conduct regular monitoring and appraisals. Identifying, evaluating and developing initiatives to ensure skill & competency levels are maintained / improved
to be cost conscious and propose plan to improve profit whilst not compromising on quality or process
Manage your production line budget and explain variances between actual and budget
to take responsibility for health, safety and environment
To be successful you will need to have / possess:
UK Degree or equivalent
Strong people management skills
Experience dealing with recruitment and staff issues as absence, disciplinary, grievance, etc,.
Good communication skills at all level
Analytic in problem solving and determining priorities
Master the IT tools within the job
Annual Discretionary Bonus - depending on Company / Team / Individual performance
20 days holiday + bank holidays (holiday entitlement increases with years of service up to 30)
You are required to work 40 hrs a week and this may involve shift work or on-call duties to deal with out-of-hours problems.
Above and beyond the required skills the individual for this role must have exceptional interpersonal skills, attitude, ability to communicate clearly and to support others in the company at all time is essential.
If you have previous food experience will be an added advantage. This division is part of a larger group and can therefore offer future career opportunities for the right candidate.
All offers of employment are conditional on the receipt of two satisfactory references being obtained from the referees provided to us and proof of your eligibility to work in the United Kingdom.