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Warehouse Manager

Warehouse & Despatch Manager required to join a manufacturing company in South London /Croydon. Permanent, site based, role paying circa £45-£55k with benefits

The Warehouse Manager joins a growing manufacturing organisation and is responsible for the management of Warehousing, Despatch, Delivery, Stock and Inventory.

Ultimately you will lead the Warehouse and team to greater levels of efficiency and effectiveness. Responsible for ensuring the maximisation of warehouse space and stock turns across raw materials and finished goods you will meet or exceed despatch targets leading to higher levels of customer satisfaction.

This represents an excellent opportunity for an ambitious and career minded individual Warehouse professional who has worked within manufacturing to join a successful and growing company that offers long term career prospects.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage the Warehouse and staff across, despatch, pick and pack etc
  • Ensure ERP ( Microsoft AX ) stock data is accurate and up to date
  • Minimise damage and lost stock in storage and in transit
  • Management of the Fork Lift Trucks and Warehouse assets, including maintenance and inspection
  • Cost control of the warehouse budget
  • Site lead for all H&S
  • Ensure all picking, packing and order fulfilment satisfies customer orders
  • Leadership of all weekly, monthly, annual etc stock takes for company budgets and forecasts
  • Collaborate with production, logistics, manufacturing to minimise issues with pallets, labelling, stock locations etc
  • Minimise waste
  • Proactively issues with Supply Chain, Customer Services and commercial colleagues

 

Who we are looking for:

  • Suitable applicants will possess strong Warehouse experience gained within a high volume manufacturers
  • You will have managed Despatch and Warehousing to UK, European and global locations
  • Experience of managing despatch via Containers and Vehicles
  • Demonstrable history of leading teams of staff to higher levels of success
  • Excellent understanding of H&S legislation and the ability to constantly improve site safety
  • Ideally educated to degree level
  • Existing usage of Microsoft AX is advantageous
  • Industry specific qualifications such as CILT / MILT / APICs is beneficial
  • Able to work onsite full time
  • Applicants must be based in the UK and eligible to work and remain on a permanent basis

 

What is on offer?

Salary in the region of £45k to £55K, Bonus, Life Insurance, Pension.

 

Manufacturing Director

A Manufacturing Director is sought for a technology manufacturing company located in West Suffolk. Salary up to £100K with benefits including car allowance, pension, bonus + more

The Director of Manufacturing oversees multiple global plants, which manufacture technically advanced products. Accountability for ensuring that health, safety, environmental, customer, quality, cost, and delivery requirements are met, you will also develop continuous improvement and technically advanced manufacturing principles

Ultimately you will maximise manufacturing output, increase company profitability and help to lead and develop the teams during a period of significant sales growth and business expansion

What you’ll be doing?

  • Responsible for leading group manufacturing you will ensure a high focus on Health, Safety and Wellness  by promoting a culture of safety first.
  • Ensure that all products are manufactured in a cost effective, quality, profitable and timely manner, in alignment with specifications and quality requirements.
  • Manage Production and Manufacturing departments, ensuring production output is consistently delivered.
  • Ensure environmental considerations, improvements and targets are at the heart of manufacturing operations. Lead and contribute to the ESG strategy and initiatives.
  • Implementation of new and advanced technology.
  • Responsible for the manufacturing budget, annual forecast, and CAPEX proposals.
  • Supervise CAPEX purchases, plant maintenance and facilities.
  • Ensure a continuous improvement culture, develop, and train Lean methodologies
  • Through personal example promote Codes of Conduct, ensure the team follows the Code and manage non-compliance.
  • Communicate and maintain good relationships with Unions

Whom we are looking for:

  • Successful applicants will have a proven record of accomplishment ideally with a blend of high-value, low-volume, and low value high volume, manual and automated global manufacturing operation.
  • Extensive multiple site manufacturing plant management success utilising Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen and CI methodologies
  • Excellent leadership and people management skills, able to define long-term strategic goals
  • Commercial and Financial acumen, proficiency in managing budgets, forecasting and metrics
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems experience
  • Willing to travel overseas once per quarter.
  • Knowledge of IOSH/NEBOSH, ISO standards
  • Spanish language is a plus.
  • Management of an ESG manufacturing strategy is beneficial
  • Already based in the UK, eligible to remain on an indefinite basis and are willing to work onsite full time

Head of Engineering

A Head of Engineering is sought for a technology manufacturing company.A hybrid role, site located in West Suffolk / Bury St Edmunds offering a competitive salary with benefits including car allowance, pension, bonus + more

The Head of Engineering Leads the NPD (new product development) strategy by working closely with Customers to understand their needs so they can be engineered into automated and manual product ranges. By collaborating with Product Managers, you will ensure that the company's and customers’ objectives are aligned with, and built into the technology strategy

You will lead the Robotics, mechatronic and software engineering teams, develop their capability to meet key deliverables, and act as a change agent for innovation to bring the team on the customer journey.

An expert in Robotics products engineering you will drive the long-term automated manufacturing solutions that increase sales and market share.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Management of multi-disciplined Engineering teams, including performance management, career development, and resource planning.
  • Global new process technology development and implementation for manufacturing sites
  • Identify automated technical product improvements
  • Partner with manufacturing sites and third-party suppliers to manage new technical developments
  • Identify and resolve technical engineering problems that arise in manufacturing facilities
  • Manage Software Test as a function, ensuring high quality for all New Products
  • Management of the NPI programme in line with cost and quality targets
  • Define the annual Engineering budget, manage expenditure
  • Motivate technical teams to engage with customers and develop key client relationships
  • Assure that all safety, regulatory and ESG measures are met
  • Attend trade fairs, supplier meetings, conferences and exhibitions
  • Encourage awareness and active participation in ESG and wellness initiatives.

Whom we are looking for:

  • Successful applicants will have a proven record of accomplishment within a similarly high-value, low-volume complex engineering and manufacturing operation.
  • Experience in leading multidisciplinary Engineering teams with the proven ability to manage complex, multidisciplinary engineering projects
  • Up to date with engineering innovations including Robotics, Automation, Software, AI etc.
  • A hands-on leader  able to successfully develop and motivate employees
  • Extensive NPD and NPI management, able to develop relationships with customers and suppliers
  • A solid commitment to supporting ESG, specifically the environment, promoting diversity and operating ethically
  • Relevant engineering degree
  • You will already be based in the UK, are eligible to remain on an indefinite basis and be willing to work onsite 3 days’ per week

What’s on offer?

Competitive Salary, + car allowance, Bonus, Medical Insurance, Pension etc

Langley is exclusively retained to manage this process on behalf of our client, full disclosure of salary and package will be provided to those applicants who are verbally contacted during shortlisting.  

Material Planner

Material Planner

Leeds, West Yorkshire

c£25K

 

Role

  • The Materials Controller is responsible for ensuring that materials are ordered and effectively managed within the required timescales meeting the demands of the Master Production Schedule.
  • The person will work with suppliers and cross functionally with Planning, Operations, Warehouse and Procurement to ensure timely delivery of incoming products.
  • To manage supplier performance on a day-to-day basis including weekly expediting and understanding of any potential risks to plans.
  • Elevation of any problems and driving through corrective actions agreed.
  • Managing Non Conformance issues in line with the Supply Chain Manager and ensuring corrective actions are firmly in place and any compensation owed, is effectively delivered.
  • Establish and ensure compliance to clear inventory policies and procedures. 
  • Playing a key role in the implementation of the Company’s investment in a new ERP System, going forwards.

 

Requirements

  • Ensuring sufficient inventory of materials and services to meet customer and business needs.
  • Maintain maximum and minimum stock levels to ensure timely material availability.
  • Work closely with Production Planner to forecast levels of demand for materials and services to meet customer and business needs adjusting as appropriate in reaction to changes
  • Analyse production demand by building systems and reports through MRP and ERP.
  • Ensure stock accuracy and transactional precision within operations and business systems data.
  • Contribute to Risk Management through close supplier relationships and market awareness.
  • Manage supplier and sub-contractor delivery schedules and ensure compliance with quality specification.
  • Assist investigating raw material variances and actions to correct data. •
  • Analyse existing processes and KPIs, supporting improvements and implement actions
  • Weekly reporting of direct and indirect Materials and order cover within the supply chain.
  • Undertake regular supplier development and vendor rating to drive service improvement and provide a measure for the quality provided
  • Purchase business related items driving cost efficiencies and general administration as required.

 

Person

  • Experience gained within a manufacturing environment
  • Material Management Experience
  • Understanding of inventory control process
  • Solid experience of MRP transactions
  • IT literate

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