OPERATIONS MANAGER - Machining Cell, CNC, Titanium
Garretts Green, Birmingham

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Operations Manager - Maching Cell, Specialty Metals

Hours of work: 8.30am to 5.00pm, 1hr for Lunch

Responsible for the supervision of 4 other employees

Rate: £15.00 ph - £20.00 ph

Contract: 6 month contract with potential of becoming permanent

Job Summary

Managing a specialised cell to attain standards of on-time performance, material yield, operating cost, quality, and health and safety that are consistent with overall company objectives.

The machining cell includes lathes and bar saws. Working on various metals, including titanium, successful operation will include systematically evaluating current processes, identifying improvements and introducing them in a controlled manner.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Management of the team to achieve required output /cost /yield/ quality targets.
• Planning workload.
• Liaison with customer.
• Management of departmental safety requirements,
• Driving improvement process,
• Responsible for keeping records and system updates,
• Resolution of quality issues and identification/implementation of error proofed corrective actions.

Requirements – Essential
• 4-year degree preferred or equivalent experience in operations or production control management preferred.
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in a manufacturing/distribution environment.
• Experience of management and or developing and using production control systems, quality/continuous improvement initiatives, manufacturing safety practices and MS Office applications.
• Experience of planning throughput for CNC / lathes machines,
• Solid analytical skills,
• Excellent communication skills (oral and written), Fluent English essential,
• Ability to work well with others,
• Self-motivated,
• Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment,
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of changing situations

Requirements – Advantage
• Experience of CADCAM drawing programs,
• Experience of a distribution metals environment,

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