Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
Team Leader – Valves (m/f/d)

LINDAL Group provides the technique inside and the design of aerosols as industries world market leader. Established in 1959 and never ceasing to innovate, LINDAL has become one of the global market leaders in aerosol technology. Our products range from clean-room produced asthma inhalers to silicone dispensing systems and premium deodorant actuators. Based in Europe we serve our customers all over the world also from our plants in the USA, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

Responsible for all shift activities associated with meeting the production plan and ensuring OEE targets are met or exceeded for Assembly operations Responsibility for shift production staffs quality, output, training and performance, takes lead responsibility and acts with a high degree of autonomy in running their Production team / shift.

Roles and responsibilities

  • Delegates effectively, ensure involvement through frequent briefings and sharing of results
  • Promotes an environment of ownership where shift team takes pride in their line performance
  • Is able to analyse system and processes to simplify and streamline them in line with current best practice
  • Ensure that all relevant work instructions are trained out and recorded within the company’s current system
  • Ensure training and development of staff within their shift is regularly monitored and training progresses to ensure that the required lines are able to run with fully trained operators
  • Take a lead role in problem solving when required, ensures that any faulty stock is correctly handled in accordance with current work instruction / policy
  • Monitor quality performance within their shift on a daily basis and put into place action plans to prevent a re-occurrence of any failure
  • Monitor performance of their production Lines and manage the process downtime logs, record the data and publish the relevant performance graphs

Qualifications and requirements

  • Educated to BTEC level 3 with a recognized supervision qualification although experience of supervision of staff in a production environment with other relevant qualifications are seen as equivalent
  • Must be computer literate and a good working knowledge of quality systems / standards
  • Recognised management qualification (eg CMS) – Desirable
  • Technical awareness of manufacturing
  • Proven analytical and decision making skills
  • Understanding of modern manufacturing techniques
  • Understanding of 5S
  • Understanding of OEE
  • Experience of continuous improvement
  • Experience of team development and goal setting
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Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
permanent role
Job posted on: 30.09.2019
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