VANRATH are delighted to be representing a Prestigious Manufacturing business who are headquartered here in Northern Ireland. A vitally important position is now available for an experienced and dedicated General Manager to run their Duromore site.
You will be a proven leader with evidence of successful management in large-scale manufacturing or production environment. Monday - Friday - Permanent position
Experience within a Production or Manufacturing environment is essential
Salary & Benefits:
- Highly negotiable - £40,000 - £45,000
The ideal person:
- Minimum of 3 years' management experience
- Business driven and focused on results
- Able to work under pressure to meet deadlines
- Confident in managing and motivating
- Great, interpersonal skills
- A focus on exceptional customer service
- Pro-active, enthusiastic and organised
- IT proficient
- Full, clean driving license
As the GM, your duties will include:
You will also be an exceptional leader, motivator and influencer of people and you will ensure that you get the best out of your employees on an individual and team basis. You will have a proven ability to develop and maintain financial plans and strong knowledge of operational procedures.
- Reporting to the Business Manager, the main function of this role will be to manage day-to-day activities and help develop the business
- Ensure that the focus for all staff is on delivering outstanding customer service and generating sales
- Monitor and actively manage productivity, standards and quality control for all areas of the business
- Coach and mentor staff to deliver an outstanding customer service
- Ensure consistent and excellent service delivery standards in all aspects of business operations
- Liaise with customers and suppliers and build a good working relationship to ensure any potential issues are resolved as quickly as possible
- Develop strategies to grow revenue by identifying areas for improvement and potential opportunities and implementing the necessary changes
- Support the Operations Manager to ensure that all customer orders are completed within agreed timescales
- Ensure all assigned projects/tasks are completed to a high standard and meet all deadlines
- Work flexible hours to meet customer needs, including Saturdays where necessary
For further information on this vacancy, or any other job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Phil Doherty in the strictest confidence.
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