Position: Shift Production Manager – Brewing & Packaging roles Reference: 2234 Location: Burton on Trent / Tadcaster Salary: Competitive + excellent benefits th Closing Date: 5 March 2010 Love Beer Work Here Molson Coors Brewing Company has an outstanding opportunity for an inspirational Shift Production Manager to motivate team members to perform to the highest standards, delivering exceptional performance in line with the company vision, values and World Class Manufacturing strategy. It’s an exciting time to join Molson Coors Brewing Company, as you’ll have the opportunity to develop and motivate your team to make a real impact on the business as we move from ‘Surviving to Winning’. In return, you’ll receive a competitive salary and an excellent flexible benefits package. Opportunities are currently available in Burton-on-Trent and Tadcaster. To become the world’s best brewery we need the world’s best leaders This role may be used as a stepping stone into other functional areas or as an opportunity to gain progression within a short period of time, depending on the individual. When you join us as a Shift Production Manager you will: • Ensure conformance to a range of challenging results objectives (inc productivity, environmental health and safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost) • Lead cross functional teams on projects, • Drive a culture of continuous improvement through a structured programme • Motivate and develop team members, including monitoring their performance throughout shifts whilst creating accountability for individuals • Train and develop your team members Molson Coors Brewing Company UK (Ltd) At Molson Coors Brewing Company, our vision is simple – we seek to delight the world’s beer drinkers while securing our future as a top-tier global brewer. We’re the UK’s second largest brewer and the European subsidiary of Molson Coors – the global family brewer. We boast Europe’s largest brewery and brew some 7 million barrels of beer a year. Available in over 30 countries, our brands include Carling, Grolsch, Coors Light, Worthington’s and White Shield, all of which are brewed by our exceptional people in locations throughout the UK. And we innovate in all that we do. Right now we’ve our sights set on becoming one of the 4 most profitable brewers in the world and are using our brand and people-power to get us there. We’re committed to refining our established drinks and developing exciting new ones, creating brands that people love and giving talented, ambitious people the opportunity to prove what they can do in a competitive and exciting marketplace where the challenges – and rewards – come thick and fast. For the position of Shift Production Manager we are looking for someone who is degree educated or equivalent with a demonstrated track record of leading teams within a FMCG / Manufacturing or a Pharmaceutical environment. Brewing experience would be an advantage but is not essential – it is more critical you have the ability to drive results through your team. Proven experience of developing teams, driving accountability to team members along with motivating and energising colleagues is essential. Change management is critical to your success in this role as is the ability to embrace change within a fast-paced environment. You will be expected to drive change and continuous improvement along with being an ambassador of Molson Coors Brewing Company. In order to succeed in this role you will need to be able to influence people at all levels and have a natural ability to understand what motivates individuals. If that sounds great to you… …come and talk to us. David Baker Recruitment Manager – Supply Chain Molson Coors Brewing Company (UK) Ltd 01283 882466 07780 663582 firstname.lastname@example.org www.molsoncoors.co.uk Molson Coors Brewing Company UK (Ltd) is a member of the Portman Group - promoting responsible drinking. See www.drinkaware.co.uk Molson Coors Brewing Company UK (Ltd) is committed to Equal Opportunities.
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