Production Manager - 35940

Location : Ashford
Salary : NEG
Vacancy ID : 35940

                           Production Manager

The production manager is responsible for planning, implementing and managing production schedules to make sure cost, quality and productivity targets are met. Furthermore, the role will implement and track production efficiency initiatives, managing nursery staff and making sure all production activities adhere to health and safety legislation, employment laws and environmental regulations.
Furthermore, the production manager is responsible for training production personnel, reviewing existing production processes, making improvements and coordinating machinery maintenance and equipment upgrades


  • Plan and implement production schedule
  • Determine and manage staffing as required to include rotas, reviews & training
  • Implement & maintain standard operating procedures for production operations
  • Ensure all Health & Safety procedures are adhered to
  • Maintain quality control including control of tracking systems
  • Prepare and maintain production reports
  • Estimate and manage production budgets
  • Ensure efficient and productive operation of all equipment  
  • Ensuring professional and technical legislation is up to date

Person specification

  • Hort qualified
  • Able to prioritise
  • Organised and motivated
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent time management
  • IT skills

Please quote 35940 when speaking with one of our consultants.

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