|Job Ref:||204590488||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Nailsworth||Address:||Post Code:||GL6||Salary:||£15 - £17/hour||Post Date:||23/10/2016 09:02|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Manufacturing Cell Team Leader to join an environmental engineering company located in Nailsworth.|
This is a short term project role offering a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to gain broad experience of a project based operation and tear-down of an assembly facility. The ideal candidate will be building a long term career and already has some line management experience.
The successful candidate will need to assist in the running and disassembly of projects, ensure equipment assembly meets project deadlines whilst exceeding the expectations of customers.
As a Manufacturing Cell Team Leader your duties will involve:
- To ensure the cost effective and on-time delivery of the water treatment equipment.
- To develop a customer-focused team culture, emphasising the flexibility of operations.
- To manage and motivate employees, as well as encouraging the correct composition and headcount within the group.
- Facilitate regular communications among all employees, particularly with regards to team briefings and foster upward communications.
- To work closely with other site functions, contributing to the efficient use of shared resources.
- To liaise with development teams to facilitate the smooth introduction of new products and associated processes to meet timescale, quality and cost targets.
- Adhering to the agreed Health & Safety regulations, ensuring that the company's Health & Safety Policy and other relevant legislations are achieved in areas under direct control.
- To ensure that the Company/Site policies particularly holidays, sickness absence, disciplinary and grievance are implemented consistently and fairly.
An ideal Manufacturing Cell Team Leader will hold the following skills and experience:
- Suitable qualifications in manufacturing as well as 3-5 years experience within a manufacturing operation, where having led a strategically critical process or project is essential.
- Experience in leading quality and other improvement projects through multi-disciplined teams is required.
- A broad understanding of key operations areas such as; quality, production, engineering.
- Clear understanding and application of modern manufacturing techniques and computerised applications