Graduate Operations Engineer


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Adecco have an exciting role in today for a Graduate Electrical or Mechanical Operations Engineer to join our local client in South Ayrshire on a permanent basis.

Our client manufactures to the highest standards in the industry and you will be responsible for safeguarding the reputation, products and customers. As the Senior Operations Engineer you will oversee all of the 24/7 operations ion site. You will need to be capable of taking the initiative and making often difficult engineering decisions under pressure.

You will have many responsibilities, some will include:

Plan, organise, direct and run optimum day-to-day operations to exceed site & budget KPI expectations
Increase production, assets capacity and flexibility while minimising unnecessary costs and maintaining current quality standards
Responsible for production output, product quality and on-time shipping of products
Develop new or modify existing processes, procedures, structures and / or strategies, together with having the ability to confidently present these to senior leadership team and roll out within the business
Lead person for lean phase continuous improvement & root cause analysis on site
Share a trusting relationship with workforce, Director level and manage and develop workforce through skills & EHS based training
Commit to all plant safety procedures and strive for best in class
Line Management duties inclusive of appraisals, shift rotas, occupational health, training, recruitment & address employee issues or grievances
Drive excellence with respect to latest industry production & quality management best practices, concepts & technologies
Drive engineering strategy on site, in terms of preventive maintenance, analyst and reporting, planning & scheduling, store's inventory, cost control and maintenance facilities
Act as role model for site employees, in terms of hard work ethic, passion and drive for success
Minimum 5 years post graduate experienceTo be considered you must have the following:

Mechanical or Chemical Engineering discipline
Be knowledgeable of safety, quality, productivity, demand creation, inventory and stewardship processes
Computer literacy
University degree level qualification
Strong team building, decision-making and people management skills
Proven leadership ability of multi-disciplined team
Performance review and development of employees with basic knowledge of HR / legal
NEEBOSH preferred but not essential and IOSH Managing safety trained or equivalent
Proven leadership role & experience with manufacturing or engineering business
Working within lean manufacturing environment, with proven experience of continuous improvement
Problem solving / can-do approach
Experience of managing cost and commercial aspects of the business including financial reportingIf you feel you match the above, please send your CV in today.

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