Job Title: Site Engineering Manager
Location: Coal Rd, Leeds LS14 2AR
Unilever Supply Chain Overview:
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We are looking for a results driven Engineering Manager to manage the Engineering function at our busy Leeds deodorants factory. As a key member of the site leadership team you will manage and improve the performance of the technical teams alongside being responsible for the day to day operational running of the factory.
You will be responsible for approximately 100 colleagues across the Engineering function, covering Maintenance, Site Services and Project Management
- Line management of Multi-skilled Maintenance Technicians. Develop, deploy and implement plans to ensure the best utilization of assets in the site as well as supervise and give guidance on the maintenance of such assets. This includes development of the Asset Maintenance Strategy.
- Manage the technical teams responsible to deliver, infrastructure and services on site.
- Support the innovation implementation of the site, looking for best alternative/options of design to manufacturing.
- Create and implement plans to continuously improve site infrastructure needs such as energy, water, treatment, steam and all infrastructure services, contracts and contractors.
- Coach, develop and train across the site on technical and technology issues
- Responsible for a team of Project Engineers, you will be required to Develop & Manage the Site Capital Expenditure budget
- Work in partnership with Operations Managers to improve site and line efficiency and reduce waste through continuous improvement by applying WCM principles
- Develop, build and make available in the organization the Product, Process and Packaging expertise’s relevant to the asset base.
- You will have previous experience in both Maintenance and Project Engineering in a FMCG / manufacturing industry
- You will be a natural leader and coach, able to influence and inspire those around you
- You will have a deep knowledge and experience of maintenance systems
- You will be a results focused leader and have previously delivered on capital projects
- You will have experience of change management and be comfortable working at pace
- You will have worked in a World Class Manufacturing / Lean / TPM / Continuous Improvement
To apply, please click here: https://careers.unilever.com/uk/en/job/R-06548/Site-Engineering-Manager
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