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Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience. We have 155,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.

Description

Joblocation: Wolverhampton, UK Cargill’s European protein business is aleading supplier and innovator of chicken products for retail, food service andfood manufacturing customers in both European and global markets. By combining global market knowledge andexperience with local market understanding and insight, Cargill’s European proteinbusiness is committed to expanding its business and markets through innovation,and by creating real customer and consumer value in its products and services. TheFactory Manager is a key member of the Wolverhampton site leadership team. Thesite is a state of the art dedicated production facility, producing value addedpoultry products This position provides an exciting opportunity to lead anddirect the site operations in compliance with legal, customer and Cargillstandards, ensuring the site operations consistently deliver against thestrategic goals of the business. The site is going through expansion and growthand the position holder will drive forward the continuous improvement culture andgrowth agenda for the business.

MainTasks:



+ To lead and ensurethe site complies with Cargill and legal environmental, health and safety (EHS)standards, championing a culture of ‘zero’ injuries, minimising our impact onthe environment and ensuring all employees are educated and trained in thefundamentals of EHS

+ Provide overalloversite of EHS incident data identify risks and to proactively recommend riskmitigation strategies

+ Lead strategicinitiatives representing the business with regulatory authorities

+ Accountable for theexecution and delivery of production commitment for the site (33,000 tonnes offinished product per year) with a value of £100 million per annum

+ Responsible for themanufacturing operational key results including but not limited to; safety,yield, consumables, efficiency/ waste reduction, cost and take appropriateaction to stay on track with budgets and key defined metrics

+ Enforces operationalpractices that drive performance and continually review KPI’s

+ responsible for thesite budget (c. £15 million per annum) and controlling operating expenses

+ Accountable foroverseeing base and non-base CAPEX investment projects for the site that alignto business growth plans

+ Provide leadershipand in conjunction with Human Resources ensure the site can reach medium andlong term goals through an engaged, highly motivated, skilled and diverseworkforce

+ Responsible fordeveloping a strong leadership pipeline

+ Lead and develop theplants operational/ reliability/ safety training programmes and embed theseacross the site

+ Responsible forworkforce administration policies, including but not limited to; staffing,training, evaluation, coaching, disciplinary action

+ To focus oncontinuous improvement (CI) at all times, developing and utilising CI tools andmethods

Qualifications



+ A Degree levelqualification in a Science or Engineering discipline

+ Established track recordin sustained continuous improvement and change management

+ Formal certification inLean Six Sigma is advantageous but not essential

+ Proven experience leadinglarge teams in a complex manufacturing environment at a senior level (ProductionManager, Factory Manager)

+ Excellent leadershipskills, able to communicate clear objectives, provide feedback, implementimprovements for team and individuals performance

+ Demonstrated changemanagement skills, adaptable to changing business needs, introducing new waysof thinking and behaviors and getting buy in to drive sustained growth andchange

+ Comfortable to manageambiguity and complexity

+ Customer focused andresults orientated

+ Pragmatic approach toproblem solving and able to execute solutions in a timely manner

Our Offer

In return for yourexpertise and commitment, we will provide a fast paced stimulatinginternational environment, which will stretch your abilities and channel yourtalents. We also offer a competitive salary and benefits combined with outstandingcareer development opportunities in one of the largest private companies in theworld. Interested?Then make sure to send us your CV and cover letter today.



Job

Operations

Primary Location
United Kingdom-ENG-Wolverhampton

Schedule

Full-time

Job Type

Standard

Shift

Day Job

Req ID:

WOL00105

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