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Production Manager

Burntisland, Fife

The Scott Group is a leading industrial supplies organisation which provides a wide range of goods and services to industrial and manufacturing markets. A family owned business with sites across the UK and in Europe, we combine the volume savings of a national organisation with the presence of a local supplier; leading the market through innovation, quality and service. Our reputation is built upon the values of a family business and the professionalism of a market leader.

The opportunity has arisen for the implementation of a Production Manager within our Manufacturing Business based at Burntisland, Fife.

Reporting to the Plant Manager, this role will oversee the manufacturing process of pallets to ensure optimised production. To supervise and direct the personnel responsible for every stage of production to ensure manufacture of high quality and cost effective pallets.

You will be responsible for assigning workloads to supervisors, whilst monitoring production activities and adjusting schedules to allow for on time deliveries additionally meeting customer demands and specifications.  You will encourage and maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders to ensure optimal performance.

As an experienced Manager you will have vast experience in leading as well as coaching and mentoring a team.  You should be flexible in your approach within this fast paced environment with a proven track record of driving productivity and planning whilst being mindful of ever changing demands. Excellent attention to detail and competency in decision making and problem solving is key to success.

Think you have what it takes?  If so, we want to hear for you. Send your CV and covering letter, telling us what you can bring to this role and you salary expectations to

Job Summary




Burntisland, Fife

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

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