Production Manager

45000.00 - 45000.00 GBP Annual + GBP45000/annum
07 Aug 2017
04 Sep 2017
Job Type
Contract Type
Position: Production Manager
Location: Stoke On Trent
Salary: GBP45k Salary

We are looking for a Production Manager with fabrication and machine shop mechanical engineering management experience for a permanent position in Staffordshire.

Working as the successful Production Manager, you will be managing a skilled workforce, buyers and back-room staff.
Responsibilities will include:
Production scheduling and control to meet customers delivery dates and company targets.
Contract review and management through purchasing, production and delivery including management of any production problems that arise.
Manpower planning, recruitment, wage negotiations, setting employment contracts and management of production staff.

Liaison with other departments to ensure efficient production and continual improvement e.g. accounts, sales and engineering.
Ensuring health and safety regulations are adhered to and all employees are assessed on starting work and are aware of the rules and their responsibilities.
Implementing and maintaining the current quality control standards to the satisfaction of our Clients and independent assessors.
Customer liaison - Key Client maintenance / development and management of current production customer queries. Including site infrequent visits and meetings.
Advising FD on monthly Invoicing and work in progress.
Regular assessment of production department requirements and budget together with submission of any new requirements or changes to the board of directors
Checking and producing quotations for sub contract work.
Checking / preparing material lists.
Any other general management related duties that may be required from time to time.
Key Responsibilities:
Commercial viability of department.
Reject rate and cost-effective resolution of problems.
Prompt response to customer needs.
Timely and accurate reporting of departments requirements and performance.
Continual improvement and cost reduction approach.
Time keeping and application.
Keeping the board informed of modern production developments.