Lead Technician (Moulding)
This role is based within our Manufacturing Operation at our Castleham location. Working as part of the Moulding Team you will be required to take a lead role in the co-ordination and delivery of your allocated Shift. This will include taking a lead role in the setting-up and operation of Moulding production equipment, machinery and the completion of associated processes to ensure delivery of the required output to meet all operational goals and schedule demands.
This vacancy is for a full-time permanent role delivering 48 hours per week over a discontinuous, alternating weekly, day / night shift pattern.
The main responsibilities for this role will be:
• To operate manufacturing equipment to produce products to meet scheduled demand
• To work co-operatively with your colleagues and Team
Support the effective planning, co-ordination and delivery of required production output
• To ensure the required quality of output is delivered and customer satisfaction is maintained
• To work safely within the manufacturing environment and across the business
• To take responsibility for Site un-lock / lock-up and Shift start-up and shut-down procedures
Whilst the right attitude and aptitude is the core need, experience within the following areas would be viewed as an advantage;
• Previous experience in an Injection Moulding / Production Team environment
• Demonstrable knowledge of appropriate manufacturing processes and associated technology
• Experience of setting, operating and troubleshooting a wide range of production machinery and equipment
• Ability to hold and apply knowledge on a broad product range, material use and associated equipment
• Working to within quality management systems and procedures
• Appropriate health and safety experience / training within a manufacturing environment
• An NVQ at level 2 in Performing Manufacturing Operations or similar
Closing date for applications Thursday 26th October 2018
(if you view this vacancy after the closing date check with the HR Office to confirm if the vacancy is fully closed)
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Procurement & Supply Chain Manager
Marshall-Tufflex is a British company providing cable management and pre-fabricated wiring solutions for commercial, industrial, healthcare and education build projects across the world.
The Company has a well-deserved reputation for providing durable and reliable products of the highest quality and are constantly pioneering new products that are sustainable, environmentally friendly and can reduce installation times.
We currently have an opportunity for a Procurement Manager to join our team. We are looking for someone who has extensive Procurement Supply Chain experience in a similar manufacturing background, with proven negotiation skills and the ability to drive and deliver key business opportunities and deliver productivity and cost efficiencies to support the company’s strategic goals and maximise value and cost savings. The role may include some UK and occasional international travel.
• Develop and manage strategic relationships with current suppliers, sourcing and cultivate new procurement opportunities and contacts
• Collaborate with internal and external senior stakeholders to realise key business requirements and goals
• Develop sourcing strategies to deliver cost savings and wider commercial benefits to positively impact company results
• Use appropriate software and / or other resources to target 100% fulfilment of customer orders within Company stocking policy and to ensure appropriate prioritisation, timely supply and sensible utilisation of limited resources is achieved when meeting the company’s supply demand.
• To be responsible for adhering to current stock level guidance for all finished goods, raw materials, component stock and work in progress.
Experience and Qualifications:
• Ideally CIP’s qualified
• An experienced procurement professional with demonstrable experience within a similar industry
• Proven experience of successful management of strategic supplier relationships, including excellent negotiation skills and a strong understanding of commercial terms, conditions and contract law.
• An ability to monitor and analyse product costs and generate and maintain product cost models which demonstrate cost reductions
• Ability to challenge and ensure effective ways of working to ensure that systems and procedures are responsible to stakeholder requirements whilst demonstrating quality and value.
Salary and Benefits:
35 hours per week, Salary negotiable dependent on qualifications and experience, plus bonus scheme, 5 weeks annual leave plus statutory holidays, PHI, Pension and Life Insurance.
Closing date for applications: 14th September 2018
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