We are looking for an experience Press-shop Manager to oversee the workflow at our facilities in Wolverhampton. You will need to be responsible for resolving issues and serving as a link between your team and the senior management team. The ideal candidate will be a competent individual who will be able to guide and train employees. He/she will be well-versed in processes under the role’s responsibility and will be results-driven and focused. The goal is to ensure that operations are carried out productively to ensure profitability and sustainable growth.
Set goals for performance and deadlines in ways that comply with company’s plans and vision and communicate them to your team-members.
Organize workflow and ensure that employees understand their duties or delegated tasks.
Monitor employee productivity and provide constructive feedback and coaching.
Receive complaints and resolve problems.
Maintain timekeeping and personnel records.
Pass on information from senior management to employees and vice versa
Prepare and submit performance reports and delivery KPIs and the morning review.
Hire and train new employees.
Ensure adherence to legal and company policies and procedures and undertake disciplinary actions if the need arises.
Enforce all H&S policies and procedures.
Requirements and skills
5 years proven experience as supervisor in a relevant role.
Familiarity with company policies, procedures and legal guidelines relating to the press industry.
Strong person manager
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Outstanding organizational and leadership skills
Good knowledge of MS Office
Diploma/Certificate in first line management or relevant field would be an advantage.
We believe the employment relationship is two-way, so from us you can expect a professional and safe working environment where teamwork is paramount. We are really looking for someone who is currently operating at this level in a similar role, however, linked to our value of ‘never stop growing’ we are open to individuals who may be looking for their next career opportunity.
25 Days holiday + Bank Holidays + Pension + Comprehensive Training + Potential Career Progression.
35 Hours per week Monday to Thursday 7.30am-4pm, Friday 7.30am-12.00pm.
Salary. Circa £45000 and bonus.