Production & Logistics Manager

12 Oct 2018
09 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

What we’re looking for

Production & Logistics Manager

Location: Rugby, Warwickshire

This role is pivotal, holding the overall responsibility for all areas that form part of our National Services Department.

The successful candidate will need to have an open-minded approach to exploring departmental improvements and will hold responsibility of ensuring the successful delivery of projects.

Ideally, you will have worked in a production or Logistics environment within construction or engineering at managerial level, with experience of supporting and working collaboratively with various teams and departments.

Key duties:

  • All aspects of Health and Safety in busy workshop environments
  • Identifying efficiency gains through improved working practices, including cross-departmental sharing of resource
  • Effective liaison between Operations and Sales regarding delivery dates
  • High focus on cost control to manage expenditure budgets
  • Effective planning of resource verses capacity upscaling where necessary
  • Staff development and succession planning
  • Ensuring maximum capture of revenue streams for all areas of the operation
  • Working in collaboration with all relevant UK Departments, staff and Global Head Office, with flexibility to travel and stay overnight in the UK and abroad (normally Europe)

What you’ll need


  • Experience of running comparable production facility
  • Understanding of PERI systems is desirable but not essential
  • Leadership experience, working at a similar level

Personal attributes

  • Excellent written and interpersonal skills and the ability to challenge constructively
  • Confident and assertive with a self-motivated approach and flexible attitude
  • A professional approach that generates credibility and confidence in others
  • Effective team working and networking skills
  • Ability to work independently using own initiative
  • Effective time management skills

What you’ll get in return


  • Competitive salary & non contractual annual bonus
  • 20 days annual leave entitlement plus Bank Holidays
  • 5 days annual leave for Christmas shut down
  • Company pension contributions 3% employee + 6% contribution
  • Private Healthcare cover
  • Death in service x2 base salary

About us

Founded in 1969, PERI has grown from a small family-owned business to become one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of formwork and scaffolding systems. In the UK, we have over 250 employees spanning our North, Central and Southern regions, with our head office and central functions based in Rugby.

Through its 8,100 employees, over 60 subsidiaries and more than 120 efficiently-run storage sites, PERI serves its customers worldwide with innovative system equipment and a comprehensive range of services related to formwork and scaffolding technology.

What’s it like to work for PERI

Our recent employee survey indicated that employees felt “The friendliness of the company enables you to feel part of the PERI family”

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