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Shift Production Supervisor

FRS Recruitment

Togher, Cork
1 day ago
Togher, Cork
1 day ago

We are seeking a Shift Production Supervisor for our client that operate in the waste recycling sector. Located on the South side of Cork city, the role of the Shift Production Supervisor is to manage the shift and the staff on the shift.
Reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure the smooth running of the production process and that all products are produced to the specified quality and specifications. You will ensure all target and deadlines are met and that all staff complies with the company's Health and Safety procedures
Shift pattern: 2 x 12 hours weekends or weekends + 3 x days/evening shift
With direct reports such as Line Operators, Team Leaders, Machine Operators and Yard Operators your responsibilities will include the following:-
Key Responsibilities
º To take responsibility of the shift in terms of management of staff, management of production and quality targets and to ensure the smooth running of the production processes
º Responsible for the quality of the product that is produced within the shift in line with the companies quality systems, processes and procedures
º Monitor, measure and report on production related process performance and maintenance issues
º Ensure good communication is given verbally or written to all staff members
º Ensure that Health and Safety rules and regulations are adhered to during the shifts. Carry out regular Health and Safety meeting with safety reps.
º Problem solving and troubling shooting skills are used to ensure that all team members can identify root causes and take fast effective action to resolve the problems in hand
º Work closely with other Team Leaders/Supervisors to ensure smooth production handovers
º Identify and ensure that training skills are met for current and future shifts
º Maintain housekeeping standards to ensure a clean and safe workplace
º Be able to make appropriate decisions while following the company's organisational structure
º Maintaining and record a high level of timekeeping and non- absenteeism across all shifts
º Cary out "return to work interviews" following illness or non-appearance.
º Report and document any injury or "near miss" incident in the work place.
We are seeking candidates that have previously managed staff, working at a Team Leader level and who aspire to progress their career. If you can prove what it takes to be successful in this role, my client will reward you accordingly.
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Shift Production Supervisor

FRS Recruitment

Togher, Cork
6 days ago
Togher, Cork
6 days ago

We are seeking a Shift Production Supervisor for our client that operate in the waste recycling sector. Located on the South side of Cork city, the role of the Shift Production Supervisor is to manage the shift and the staff on the shift.
Reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure the smooth running of the production process and that all products are produced to the specified quality and specifications. You will ensure all target and deadlines are met and that all staff complies with the company's Health and Safety procedures
Shift pattern: 2 x 12 hours weekends or weekends + 3 x days/evening shift
With direct reports such as Line Operators, Team Leaders, Machine Operators and Yard Operators your responsibilities will include the following:-
Key Responsibilities
º To take responsibility of the shift in terms of management of staff, management of production and quality targets and to ensure the smooth running of the production processes
º Responsible for the quality of the product that is produced within the shift in line with the companies quality systems, processes and procedures
º Monitor, measure and report on production related process performance and maintenance issues
º Ensure good communication is given verbally or written to all staff members
º Ensure that Health and Safety rules and regulations are adhered to during the shifts. Carry out regular Health and Safety meeting with safety reps.
º Problem solving and troubling shooting skills are used to ensure that all team members can identify root causes and take fast effective action to resolve the problems in hand
º Work closely with other Team Leaders/Supervisors to ensure smooth production handovers
º Identify and ensure that training skills are met for current and future shifts
º Maintain housekeeping standards to ensure a clean and safe workplace
º Be able to make appropriate decisions while following the company's organisational structure
º Maintaining and record a high level of timekeeping and non- absenteeism across all shifts
º Cary out "return to work interviews" following illness or non-appearance.
º Report and document any injury or "near miss" incident in the work place.
We are seeking candidates that have previously managed staff, working at a Team Leader level and who aspire to progress their career. If you can prove what it takes to be successful in this role, my client will reward you accordingly.
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Production Supervisor

Sigmar

Cork, Cork
21 days ago
Cork, Cork
€40k - €52k Per Year
21 days ago
€40k - €52k Per Year

No 1. Medical Science Company in Ireland, needs you as an experienced Production Supervisor to commit to solving the challenges that matter most!

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervise production teams to ensure targets for quality/service/costs are achieved. 
  • Provide timely feedback and review, and ensuring all performance issues are dealt with in a constructive and prompt manner
  • Ensure that all employees are treated with fairness and respect due to them
  • Facilitate open two-way communications regarding individual, team, and company performance at all times
  • Liaise with other departments
  • Develop /maintain a viable plan incorporating hiring, training, capacity-modeling, efficiency/yield assumptions, ramp-rate, learning-curve etc
  • Maintaining GMP / Housekeeping at a high level.
  • Administration duties (ex. Time and Attendance system, Holiday planning)
  • Provide leadership and direction for the advancement of Lean Manufacturing

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Level 7 qualified
  • Excellent Planning & Organisation skills are essential for this role
  • Metrics and Continuous improvement experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to motivate and engage with teams
  • Experience in managing a team
  • Previous experience as a Production Supervisor in a fast pace manufacturing facility

For a confidential discussion on this or any other current job opportunity please contact Marcel Skolimowski on 021 4847 138 / marcel@sigmar.ie

 

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Manufacturing Production Supervisor (Shift)

Tandem Project Management

Dublin, Dublin
2 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
2 days ago

Summary:
Our client, a Global Life Science company in North Dublin, is seeking to recruit a 4 cycle (24/7) Manufacturing Production Supervisor (non- unionised position) to join the Manufacturing Operations Department. Reporting to the Shift Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the Process area operates in safe and GMP compliant manner at all times. The incumbent will manage a team of process chemists and/or chemical process operators.
Responsibilities:

  • The role will be to build upon and improve existing process design to optimize process, facility and equipment use while conforming to SOPs and cGMP requirements.
  • Lead and develop the team, to ensure safe and timely completion of all process activities according to cGMP's.
  • Coordinate the workload of your team in order to meet schedules and timelines.
  • Lead any Safety Investigations from your area identify and implement CAPA's.
  • Mentor and coach your team in order to drive full performance and development.
  • Set performance goals and objectives for team, and conduct performance appraisals.
  • Work with the Shift Team Leads/Shift Manager (Shift Leadership Team) and track area progress on key issues.
  • Drive Shift Metrics for your team.
  • Fully Support all New Product Introduction (NPI) activities, to ensure Right First Time introduction of new products.
  • Participate in and attend cross-functional (multidiscipline) meetings.
  • Lead project-related working groups (cross-functional) in order continuously improve process and performance, with specific focus on Human Error reduction.
  • Involved in recruitment and development of team.
  • Lead investigations and corrective action follow-up to ensure closure of events/investigations in line with department metrics.
  • Act as interface between management team and functional team.
  • Assist with the creation and maintenance of area SOPs and validation documents for equipment and procedures, and assist in the writing of area status reports, regulatory documents, and process descriptions.
  • Drive implementation and embedding of Lean Tools in the area (Standard Work, 5S, Yellow Belt).

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Relevant degree level qualification.
  • 4 to 5 years of working experience in a GMP regulated manufacturing environment.
  • API experience is required.
  • Prior relevant team leadership experience in a regulated manufacturing operations environment.
  • Working knowledge of production operations, scheduling, design, planning, etc.
  • Knowledge of lean management systems.
  • Previous experience defining and establishing policies and SOPs.
    Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • An ability to work independently and as a member of a team in a dynamic, fast-paced and goal driven environment.
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Production Manager

HRM Recruit

Cork, Cork
7 days ago
Cork, Cork
7 days ago

Our client is an innovative food manufacturer who heavily supplies both the Irish and UK markets. Due to their continued expansion, they require a Production Manager to join their Cork team.
The Position:
  • You will lead and manage the production team and will be a member of the management team reporting to the plant manager.
  • It is your responsibility to create a culture that drives safe and efficient production which meets the requirements for quality, delivery, and total costs within the production area.
  • Monitor, deliver and report against Site Metrics and KPI's
  • You must lead continuous improvements efforts through employee engagement to deliver improved results in efficiencies, quality, cost, safety, and delivery to get to the root cause of systemic issues.
  • Creating and developing a high performing cross-functional team driven by developing talent, visible leadership and creating a supportive team-based culture.
  • You will be compliant with the company Health & Safety Policy and Procedures in the Low Care Area and continue working to improve H&S. As well as with the company Quality/Hygiene Systems and GMP/BRC standards.
  • It will be a focus for you to train and develop supervisors, line leaders and operators.
  • Execution of the daily plan. Liaising with Planning Dept. to improve planning.
  • Liaising with Maintenance Dept. to ensure machinery is kept in full working order, serviced correctly and operators are appropriately trained.
  • Achieving minimal levels of waste.

The Person:
For this role you will need:
  • 5+ years' experience in a similar position within the food or ingredients industry.
  • A degree in a relevant field.
  • Strong leadership capabilities.
  • A passion for continuous improvement centred around food production.

To learn more about this role apply online or contact Cian Breheny on +353 1 6321866 for a confidential discussion.
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Quality Supervisor Job Cork

FRS Recruitment

Cork, Cork
1 day ago
Cork, Cork
1 day ago

Our client, based in Cork city environs, requires an Electronics Quality Supervisor.
You will be working within a supportive quality team, and reporting into the Quality and Lean Manager.
Based in Cork for over 30 years this company have an excellent track record of retaining their staff and is continually investing in the growth and development of their people and many of their employees have gone on to further their education and skill set through company sponsored programs.
This role offers a fantastic opportunity to progress your career & the benefits package includes a generous salary, healthcare, life assurance, pension scheme & bonus scheme as well as extensive training and development.
Do you have a formal degree qualification? Electronics/Quality/Engineering?
Do you have 5 years experience working in quality in an Electronics production facility?
Have you worked in an EN9100 certified facility, working on IPC610 and JSTD001 standards?
The Quality Inspection Supervisor is responsible for the leadership and development of the team, and for promoting best quality inspection practices in line with the company's strategy, goals and objectives.
The Quality Inspection Supervisor is responsible for effective and efficient management of quality inspection tasks, understanding and prioritising customers and programme's needs and for positive and constructive collaboration across different departments.
Specific Responsibilities:
  • Inspection planning for incoming inspection
  • Inspection planning for outgoing inspection of circuit card assemblies
  • Inspection planning for outgoing inspection of system assemblies
  • Inspection planning for outgoing inspection of aftermarket products
  • Review of customer quality requirements
  • Implementation and verification of customer quality requirements
  • First Article Inspection
  • Reporting and analysis of internal product related quality issues
  • Internal yield measurements and analysis of data
  • Reporting on quality performance / KPIs
  • Support to continuous improvement and LEAN activities

If you would like to hear more about this exciting new job opportunity, please apply today by sending your cv.
Please note, you need to be in Ireland, and eligible to work in Ireland without a work visa.
CONSULTANT: MANDY DEVLIN 086 410 6852
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Engineering Supervisor

BRIGHTWATER SELECTION (CORK) LIMITED

Cork, Cork
1 day ago
Cork, Cork
€50k - €55k Per Year
1 day ago
€50k - €55k Per Year

A global leader in the IT industry is seeking an Engineering Supervisor for it's facility here in Cork. Working remotely during Covid you will lead a small, dedicated team in delivering key projects and also aligning their production processes. As a proven leader you will have experience of directing projects for on-time delivery and will ideally bring experience of deploying Test and Automation solutions.

About the Job:

  • Provide hands-on Engineering support to Operations, maintaining production uptime
  • Develop production metrics & corresponding KPI reporting
  • Lead the improvements of existing process plus new process implementation across multiple business divisions & sites
  • Identifying opportunities for process/system enhancements and drive Continuous Improvement projects
  • Work with Test Engineering on automation development & client test solutions deployment
  • Drive the production rollout of test solution, aligning the physical & System processes
  • Use project management methodologies to Scope, Plan & deliver projects to schedule & budget
  • Mange the team’s performance, conduct performance reviews, training & development plans. Assist with recruitment when required
  • Ensure compliance to all production procedures/work instructions & Engineering Change Notifications
  • Write well-structured work instructions and training material, ensuring all related documentations are maintained and kept up to date
  • Interacts effectively with internal and external customers

About You:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent required
  • 10+ years Senior Engineer experience
  • Previous People Management experience required
  • Lean, CI or PM qualification preferable
  • Proficiency with IT systems, ERP, CRM, QMS etc desirable
  • Proven working experience in Project Management
  • Strong working Knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Working Knowledge of Nav Dynamics 2015 an advantage
  • Problem Solver with excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • Attention to detail with the ability to make quick appropriate decisions to get things done
  • Strong analytical and interpersonal skills. The ability to develop good working relationships is critical
  • Ability to effectively balance a number of tasks, work to deadlines, and produce quality deliverables
  • Ability to travel as per business needs

For more on the role call Nigel on 087 3618142 or 021 2376302 or send your CV in confidence for consideration.

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Factory Manager

Sigmar

Cork, Cork
24 days ago
Cork, Cork
€35k - €35k Per Year
24 days ago
€35k - €35k Per Year

Factory Manager – North Cork

About your new Job

You will be responsible for the factory operations, ensuring targets are met in a timely manner.

About your new Employer

A leading Employer of Choice based in North Cork.

Responsibilities               

  • Planning, organising and completion of production schedules.
  • Assessing factory resource requirements,
  •  Work alongside senior management to calculate and deliver timescales.
  • Ensure that health and safety regulations are met.
  • Ensure that all staff are compliant.
  • Enforce quality control standards and carry out relevant quality compliance audits.
  • Select and order materials to ensure effective continuity of factory output.
  • Organising the repair and routine maintenance of production equipment.
  • Liaising with suppliers and building relationships.
  • Effective project management.

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years Factory Management/ Production Management experience.
  • Strong people management/ leadership skills.
  • Knowledge of CNC Machines.
  • Full driving license.

What you will receive

You will be rewarded with a permanent role with an employer of choice based in North Cork.

For more information on this and other administration jobs please call Nicola McCarthy on 021-2359146 or email your CV to 

nmccarthy@sigmar.ie

 

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Engineering Manager

SensL

Cork
30+ days ago
Cork
30+ days ago

SensL is the leading provider of low light sensors based on its solid-state single photon avalanche diode (SPAD) and silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) technology. SensL has pioneered the production of its sensor technology in high volume, industry standard, CMOS fabrication facilities delivering unprecedented performance, uniformity, quality, reliability and low cost. SensL provides the ideal candidate with a unique opportunity to work with a profitable, growing, high tech company involved in the latest technology trends such as self-driving autonomous vehicles, cancer detection and cloud based radiation detection.

The Engineering Manager will have responsibility for the on-time delivery of new SensL products and the on-time shipment of existing products to customer.


Key Responsibilities

  • Manage engineering product development phases from concept to mass production
  • Lead product development through effective management of engineering resources
  • Identify and develop risk mitigation plans for key risk items critical to the delivery of SensL products
  • Run weekly engineering team meetings
  • Report product development status at weekly management meetings
  • Manage SensLs supply chain working with the key engineers responsible for each outsourced contract manufacture
  • Responsible for ensuring contract manufactures adhere to SensL quality standards


Experience and skills required

  • Proven ability to lead a multi-disciplinary engineering team
  • Expert level project management skills
  • Experience working with and managing outsource vendors
  • Excellent communication and planning skills
  • Ability to interact with senior management and concisely convey complex information regarding program and operations status
  • High level Engineering degree


Benefits

This position is at the Engineering Manager level and carries an attractive salary, stock options, health coverage and employer pension contribution. This position is full time and based at SensLs corporate headquarters in Cork, Ireland.

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Packaging Team Leader/Manager

Aerie Pharmaceuticals

Ireland, We
17 days ago
Ireland, We
17 days ago
 
The Packaging Team Leader leads Aerie’s secondary packaging operations in Athlone through the completion of secondary packaging manufacturing activity.
 
Packaging operations involve high speed packaging of sterile eye drop bottles including brite stock packaging, finished packaging include labelling, cartoning, bundling, case packing and palletisation. The packaging team leader is also responsible for the resulting manufacturing batch records used to record manufacturing activity and to enable the release of product batches to the market.

Essential Duties, Functions and Responsibilities:
  • Works with manufacturing and quality colleagues as part of an Operation’s team whose shared goal is to realise the safety, quality, delivery and cost objectives of the site.
  • Prioritises safety personally and within the team to ensure a safety first culture when operating equipment within packaging – champions safe working always.
  • Ensures focus on the quality performance of the packaging area to ensure system and human errors are minimised through SOP and MBR design and through daily focus on quality culture.
    • Leads the packaging area and the manufacture of products in accordance with the production schedule, BOMs and finished product specifications.
    • Coordinates manufacturing activity according to schedules agreed with Supply Chain and ensure engagement of support areas required to assist in packaging performance.
    • Monitors and reports on key area performance metrics across safety, quality, delivery and cost.
    • Leads the recruitment, training and performance management of the members of the Packaging manufacturing team.
    • Leads the packaging area in nurturing a continuous improvement culture and the deployment of appropriate lean ways of working to enable that continuous improve drive.
  • Lead Packaging Operations on the site’s New Product Introduction team.
    • Represent Packaging Operations as the manufacturing SME at regulatory audits and lead the area in preparing for these audits.
    • Provides manufacturing support for product PPRs (Periodic Product Review) from a Packaging perspective.
  • Ensures effective manufacturing investigation into deviations and process/equipment downtime.
  • Supports validation activity as required.
Aerie Pharmaceuticals is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Skills/Knowledge Required: 
  • Strong knowledge of finished product packaging operations and track record leading in a high volume regulated environment.
    • Understanding of pharmaceutical industry regulatory requirements as they apply to packaging.
    • Strong leader of operations personnel with direct supervision experience.
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Highly motivated with ability to work effectively with multidisciplinary teams.
    • Strong team player with proactive approach & manner.
Education Required:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Science/Manufacturing/Engineering or equivalent.
Experience Required:
  • 5+ years relevant experience in a pharmaceutical manufacturing or similar environment with at least 3+ in a supervision/leadership capacity.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing the day-to-day activities of a packaging/manufacturing team.
  • Skilled at motivating a multifunctional team to achieve organizational goals.
  • Comfortable developing and implementing a timeline to achieve targets.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing performance, delegating tasks and coaching and training team members to maximize their potential.
 

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


We are seeking a Shift Production Supervisor for our client that operate in the waste recycling sector. Located on the South side of Cork city, the role of the Shift Production Supervisor is to manage the shift and the staff on the shift.

Reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure the smooth running of the production process and that all products are produced to the specified quality and specifications. You will ensure all target and deadlines are met and that all staff complies with the company's Health and Safety procedures

Shift pattern: 2 x 12 hours weekends or weekends + 3 x days/evening shift

With direct reports such as Line Operators, Team Leaders, Machine Operators and Yard Operators your responsibilities will include the following:-

Key Responsibilities

º To take responsibility of the shift in terms of management of staff, management of production and quality targets and to ensure the smooth running of the production processes
º Responsible for the quality of the product that is produced within the shift in line with the companies quality systems, processes and procedures
º Monitor, measure and report on production related process performance and maintenance issues
º Ensure good communication is given verbally or written to all staff members
º Ensure that Health and Safety rules and regulations are adhered to during the shifts. Carry out regular Health and Safety meeting with safety reps.
º Problem solving and troubling shooting skills are used to ensure that all team members can identify root causes and take fast effective action to resolve the problems in hand
º Work closely with other Team Leaders/Supervisors to ensure smooth production handovers
º Identify and ensure that training skills are met for current and future shifts
º Maintain housekeeping standards to ensure a clean and safe workplace
º Be able to make appropriate decisions while following the company's organisational structure
º Maintaining and record a high level of timekeeping and non- absenteeism across all shifts
º Cary out "return to work interviews" following illness or non-appearance.
º Report and document any injury or "near miss" incident in the work place.

We are seeking candidates that have previously managed staff, working at a Team Leader level and who aspire to progress their career. If you can prove what it takes to be successful in this role, my client will reward you accordingly.