We are currently looking for an Machine Shop Team Leader to join a worldwide business on a permanent basis. The role is based in Shotton and will be paying between £33,000 and £35,000 + up to a 14% bonus per year.The Role
The Machine Shop Team Leader is required to lead and co-ordinate the CEW machine shop facility, reporting to the CEW engineer and communicate and plan activities between other CEW functions.
In this capacity, your role will be to control and take responsibility for machine shop personnel, as well as order processing, tracking, progress chasing and setting of priorities to ensure Service Level Agreements for the plant requirements are fully maintained. To develop and function in line with changing customer requirements.
Role responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:
- To carry out day to day planning using local resource (e.g. mechanical G2s and contractors) and ensure accurate C1P feedback.
- To monitor and control C1P backlog for the area of responsibility to within set standards
- To create PM work orders as required and ensure they are correctly confirmed, either by themselves or by the people doing the work. To ensure all relevant issues are recorded in a notification where necessary.
- To reserve materials from stores and external suppliers, to ensure work progresses in an efficient and timely manner.
- To supervise the machining work being carried out in the CEW.
- To check the quality of work done by contractors and Tata personnel as requested by engineers.
- To establish, formulate, record and amend standards (e.g. Repairable spare specifications, Engineering Control Standards, drawings, etc.) To amend specifications in consultation with engineers to ensure that the most effective service is provided.
- To control holiday requests and complete Time Recording in SAP on behalf of people in the area of responsibility.
- To monitor and control Core Competency requirements for members of your designated team ensuring they are current and valid.
- To hold the Functional Safety Meeting for the area of responsibility and play a lead role in the development and execution of the CEW Sub Safety Plan.
- To implement and sustain to Continuous Improvements with in the area of responsibility.
- To control MOC (Management of Change) in your area of responsibility.
- To control workflow and job tracking in the area of responsibility in line with agreed customer requirements.
- To play a key role in the training of Tata apprentices.
- To actively promote IMS, RMS, RS's and 4Whats to your team members.
To be successful in your application, you must be a time served mechanical craftsman and have adequate, relevant plant experiences and ideally knowledge of a workshop environment and processes. A formal qualification in Mechanical Engineering preferably HNC or equivalent is a requirement.
You must have good communications skills and have a full understanding of company procedures with regard to safety and environment for the given job level. In addition to this, you must be able to work as part of a multi-disciplined team and possess good risk awareness when planning and undertaking tasks and be able to challenge those who do not. A working knowledge of SAP is essential.
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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