Specialist recruitment resourcing within the food & drink manufacturing sectors

Details

Project Manager * £50,000 to £55,000 * London/Home Counties

Benefits: Good Benefits
Location: London/Home Counties
Sector:
Reference: 6603

An exciting project management role within this highly successful food manufacturing business.

OUR CLIENT is a medium sized manufacturer supplying the Major Multiple retailers, both with branded and retailer own-label products.

The company invests heavily in keeping its’ products exciting and in tune with consumer expectations.

THE PROJECT MANAGER

Reporting to the Group Manufacturing Director you will be responsible for the implementation and management of new lines into the site. This will involve:

  • Evaluating customer requirements and co-ordinating with the relevant departments from NPD and manufacturing to Purchasing and Finance.
  • Coordinating the projects team using customer specifications in order to successfully launch products to market.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

Will have a strong background in project management within the food industry combined with an advanced knowledge of technical requirements. Other key skills will include:

  • Excellent communicator – additional language skills in French would be an asset.
  • An Engineering qualification would be a real advantage.
  • You will be methodical and organised.
  • Good Leadership/People Management skills.

This is a great business – with ambitious plans – so if you want to join an already success team and believe you have the skill set to succeed APPLY NOW by sending your CV to gary@kandhu.com – or give Gary at Kandhu a call on 01303 271367 for an informal chat.

“Kandhu Recruitment will consider all applications based on each candidate’s suitability to the role or similar roles within the Food Sector and if we feel you are a relevant candidate we will process your application by adding you to our secure recruitment database and then contacting you to progress job opportunities further. We do not contact unsuitable applicants.”