DCS Production Manager (Days)

DCS Production Manager (Days)

  • Location

    West Yorkshire

  • Sector:

    FMCG Food Manufacturing

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  • Salary:

    Circa £50,000 + Benefits

  • Contact:

    Tony Williams

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    +44 (0)151 666 8954

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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DCS Production Manager (Days)
Circa £50,000 + Benefits
Huddersfield, Leeds, Wakefield, Halifax, Bradford, Barnsley, Keighley, West Yorkshire.

A leading Pharmaceutical manufacturing company is currently recruiting for a Production Manager to join the business on a permanent basis.

Our client is seeking a Production Manager from Pharmaceutical or Chemical Manufacturing Background with experience of DCS (Display Control System) Manufacturing facilities and techniques. Experience in lean manufacturing techniques and continuous improvement would we deemed highly desirable.

Duties will include:

• To lead, manage and develop staff using appraisal, communication and HR systems. Ensure GMP awareness and operating standards within the team as well as job skills and knowledge.
• Ensure Performance Development Plans are in place for all team members, including both job technical knowledge and pharmaceutical knowledge development.
• Issue resolution plans utilising Production, Quality and Maintenance resource allocated to the production area with no impact to the schedule.
• Track and monitor downtime in the area, implement strategies to reduce downtime
• Allocation of labour allocation (suitably qualified and experienced) and organisation (to ensure continuous line running where appropriate).
• Deliver a timely closure of BMRs as agreed with the department manager (including all MRP transactions).
• Investigate and lead process related deviations to ensure manufacturing, filling and packaging activities are compliant with cGMP.
• Drive timely completion of DRs, CAPAs, and CCs as agreed with the department manager.
• Drive effective corrective and preventative actions for GMP incidents, troubleshooting situations.
• Identify staff training and development needs to assure competency (suitably qualified and experienced personnel) and support the achievement of objectives.
• Ensure your area is audit ready at all times.
• Through a presence in the workplace, coach and mentor staff to ensure products are manufactured and documentation completed in accordance with GMP, Standard Operating Procedures and other regulatory agency requirements.
• Timely completion of relevant deviation and complaint investigations to identify true root cause. Along with timely closure of corrective/preventative actions for deviations, complaints and GMP audits that are assigned to them with a focus on improved processes, documentation, documentation completion and training.
• To ensure work centre and designated areas housekeeping standards are maintained to ensure compliance with Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and Health Safety & Environment regulatory requirements by utilizing 5S and lean initiatives
• Completion of Level 1 & 2 audits.
• Maintain a high level of tidiness and cleanliness at all times – personal, personnel, work area and department.
• Ensure aseptic licences, as required, are kept up to date for all personnel involved in sterile manufacturing.

Application via CV.

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