Location: Wigan, Lancashire.
Salary: Competitive, dependent on experience.
Contract: Full time, permanent.
Saica is one of the leading European players in the development and production of recycled paper for corrugated cardboard with a production of 2.5 million tons of paper. The Company has recently built on its' success in the paper and corrugated market and diversified into the development and production on Flexible packaging. With more than 9,000 employees across Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, UK, Ireland, Turkey, Luxembourg and The Netherlands, Saica Group has four business divisions: recycled paper production for corrugated cardboard (PAPER), recyclable materials recovery (NATUR), production of corrugated packaging (PACK) and flexible packaging (FLEX). The consolidated turnover of the multinational group is over 3.5 billion Euros.
About the role
We are looking to recruit an Engineering Manager to join our well-established engineering department in this role you will have approximately 12 direct reports and your primary role will be to develop and implement the engineering strategy on site which will include:
• Engineering related downtime (OEE), Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF), and Mean Time To Repair (MTTR).
• Development of a continuous improvement culture through the effective implementation and analysis, FMEA and A3 etc.
• Development of a planned maintenance programme and CMMS to deliver best in class performance across the asset portfolio.
• Support of the technical element of all new product introduction.
• Ensure that the engineering structure is aligned to the current and future business nerds to enable the team to deliver the functional vision.
• 25 days holiday plus 8 public days
• 10% performance related bonus
• 4.5% matched contribution pension scheme
What we need from you
To apply for this role, you will need to hold a Degree in Engineering and have at least 5 years' experience in a management position within an FMCG environment coupled with the ability to communicate at all levels. Lean Six Sigma/5S experience and continuous improvement knowledge is also essential. You will also need to have an abundance of drive and energy.
If you feel you have the skills and experience to be successful in this role then click 'Apply' to submit your up to date CV and a covering letter stating why you are suitable for the role!
Please note: The closing date for applications is 17th of May.