OPERATIONS DIRECTOR - ANIMAL FEED
Independent company, significant player in the cereal and related industries. Definitely not a "big company". Develop, source, install and commission most of our equipment/processes, whilst maintaining existing equipment to a high operational standard.
Experience in a Management level role. Can do attitude. Excellent man management/people skills. Keeps up-to-date with latest technologies, BAT whilst thinking outside the box. Animal Feed or related industries preferable.
Ensuring financial targets and other agreed targets are met in all departments. Reviewing working practices to ascertain if it is successful/devise alternatives. Making sure safety regulations are followed. Keeping employees motivated and organising appropriate training. Ensuring the business operates within the company's mission statement. Investigating customer satisfaction and reporting any issues. Working with department heads and senior management to get the best performance. Driving to increase profits. Working with legal departments. Reviewing and approving equipment needs. Can do attitude. Desire to work into the role through hand over phase with current Operations Director. Someone looking to see their career through with the company whilst continuing the company's growth.
Subject to individual experience
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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