How would you fancy a proper ‘blank slate’ to come in and make some really key changes and improvements which will be imperative to a company’s growth and development.
When I say blank slate I really mean it, it’s a new role, a fairly new business and a brand new site (as of January).
You’ll be coming in as a Process Improvement Engineer (though don’t get hung up on the title) for a major supplier to the Defence industry. You’ll start out by reviewing and assessing operational processes across all functions, highlighting the gaps and areas for improvement and then developing and executing plans to carry out these improvements. Part of this will involve assisting with creating new operational processes for the business in order for them to be able to scale in future.
You’ll be instilling a culture of continuous improvement and quality throughout and will work with the team to embed and maintain such culture. Given the age of this particular subsidiary of the company, it’s probably quite unlikely you’ll get resistance, but the focus will need to be based more on educating the team as to why you’re making the changes.
As a person, if you’re tenacious, proactive and a “go getter” that would like longevity and a place to progress, this role/business will definitely offer that.
In an ideal world, they’re looking for someone with experience making operational improvements and changes in a non manufacturing environment, ideally with experience in medium to corporate sized businesses, and given the nature of the industry, you’d need to be a UK Citizen (or eligible for UK Citizenship).
Salary is around £38k initially though there could be some possible flex for the right person and you’d be based in Bristol. Get in touch for more info - 0161 250 5326