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Job title: Family Law Solicitor 2 years PQE +
Location: Wolverhampton
Salary: 30K-50k
Hours: Monday- Friday 9am - 5pm
Our client requires a Family Law Solicitor to join their team on a full time permanent basis.
Day to Day duties will include the following:
Skills and experience
• Provide a professional service to all clients
• The successful candidate will possess experience in legal aid.
• You must be computer literate, able to type up letters and documentation with accuracy and speed
• You must have a minimum of 1-3 years` experience as a qualified solicitor within a Family Law setting
• You Must be able to do your own advocacy within the following areas Domestic abuse, Care proceedings and private children.
• You will be organised and passionate about providing an excellent professional service
• You will need to possess good time management skills and be dependable.

As a person you will need the following qualities and experience:
Role will involve:
• Excellent customer service attitude
• You must be meticulous, have a high attention to detail
• Be a team player as well as working on own initiative
• General administration duties as required
• You must be personable and able to deal with people on all levels.
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Louisa Ward

Line Leader - Redditch
10.67 Per Hour - Permanent

Hours:

A shift - Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and every second Wednesday 6am - 6pm
B Shift - Thursday, Friday, Saturday and every second Wednesday 6am - 6pm

Roles and Responsibilities:
Working within a small production team, the successful candidates will be responsible for organising and running a production line, conducting line checks, recording critical control processes e.g weights and codes, and handling and packing a variety of seafood products.
Ensure GMP practices are always adhered to within your areas.
Coach and mentor team members. Identify training needs.
Manage staff performance (output, timekeeping, L&D activity, compliance training).
Ensure production is compliant to all legal and technical requirements, all paperwork to be complete and to the required standard.
Ensure daily plan is completed in full and where not reasons why are communicated to the Assistant Packing Manager in a timely manner.
Assist with pre productions within the area, obtain accurate information to ensure a smooth and effective product launch.
Align with Assistant Packing Manager in decision making processes and issue resolution where necessary.
Effective early communication of issues to the team.
Ensure all equipment is used correctly and returned in good condition.
Candidates must be:

Hardworking
experience of pro-ceil and multiple change over and hands on approach
Able to communicate with others and understand written records and documents
Team Player
Reliable
Able to use initiative

Previous experience of working in the food industry would be an advantage. However full training will be provided
Line Leader - Redditch
10.67 Per Hour - Permanent

Hours:

A shift - Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and every second Wednesday 6am - 6pm
B Shift - Thursday, Friday, Saturday and every second Wednesday 6am - 6pm

Roles and Responsibilities:
Working within a small production team, the successful candidates will be responsible for organising and running a production line, conducting line checks, recording critical control processes e.g weights and codes, and handling and packing a variety of seafood products.
Ensure GMP practices are always adhered to within your areas.
Coach and mentor team members. Identify training needs.
Manage staff performance (output, timekeeping, L&D activity, compliance training).
Ensure production is compliant to all legal and technical requirements, all paperwork to be complete and to the required standard.
Ensure daily plan is completed in full and where not reasons why are communicated to the Assistant Packing Manager in a timely manner.
Assist with pre productions within the area, obtain accurate information to ensure a smooth and effective product launch.
Align with Assistant Packing Manager in decision making processes and issue resolution where necessary.
Effective early communication of issues to the team.
Ensure all equipment is used correctly and returned in good condition.
Candidates must be:

Hardworking
experience of pro-ceil and multiple change over and hands on approach
Able to communicate with others and understand written records and documents
Team Player
Reliable
Able to use initiative

Previous experience of working in the food industry would be an advantage. However full training will be provided

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Technical Specialist
Details of job role

Package
Salary

Hours

38.75 hoursShift work

N/AOvertime
[Paid or unpaid]
Unpaid

Job location

Department
Manufacturing



Head of department Operations Manager

Line manager or supervisor
Operations Manager

Direct reportees
None

Job Purpose

Support the manufacturing operation by:

oproviding technical excellence to the business in your area of expertise;
ofacilitating knowledge development and transfer;
oproviding problem solving capability;
oidentifying individuals training needs and deliver training;
oimplementing process improvement which improve and increase business capabilities;
oIdentifying and exploring new technologies and where appropriate supporting the implementation of;
oprovide support to the Operations Manager and assist them in achieving their goal of developing and improving the overall operations facility within the business.



Key responsibilities and duties

Support the manufacturing operation by:

oBeing proactively involved in design and manufacture of new products, including prototype builds
oAssisting with technical resolution of quality concerns (internal and external customers)
oIdentifying and implementing process improvements across both own and supporting departments
oInvestigating and presenting to business new and emerging technologies and how they may benefit the business
oBuild customer relationships (internal and external customers)
oSupports the Production leaders in achieving their objectives/outputs through technical input
oSupports other members of the Operations Team
oIdentifying training needs by use of skills matrix, developing a training plan with Production Leader and championing the training in line with the plan to increase departmental skill levels
oProducing business documentation of processes, SOP's drawings, process change requests
oDevelop, maintain and report on process metrics
oEnsuring that all processes are Health & Safety compliant
o'hands on' involvement when necessary
oSupport external suppliers in meeting technical requirements
oSupport Operations Manager in achieving goals & objectives
oSupport capital expenditure appraisals through data and research
oRaise purchase requisition in line with Companies Authority Limits documentation
oMake contact with/visit suppliers and customers when necessary
o Attend relevant exhibitions to enhance technical knowledge, competence and identify new technologies


Qualifications required/ desirable

oILM Certificate of level 4 or above
oSix Sigma Qualification
oFLT License
oCertification in use of overhead crane


Experience required / desirable

oMinimum of 5 years' experience in required areas of technical specialism as per Appendix A within current or similar business
oCompetence in problem solving, team building, planning and decision making
oAbility to communicate with employees at all levels of the business
oUnderstanding and ability to work in an SME
oLean manufacturing/kaizen experience


Personal qualities and attributes required by the Company
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Jon Vinall

JOB DESCRIPTION
Manufacturing Manager
Details of job role

Package
Salary

Up to 35,000Hours

37.25 hoursShift work

N/AOvertime
[Paid or unpaid]
Unpaid

Job location

Department
Manufacturing



Head of department Operations Manager

Line manager or supervisor
Operations Manager

Direct reportees
Production operatives in the following areas:
All employees relating to production of product classified as Steel

Job Purpose

oTo lead the manufacturing function keeping within budget and achieving output targets to exceed customer requirements and standards.
oHave full accountability for ensuring safety, customer quality, cost and delivery requirements are met.
oBe responsible for developing an enthusiastic, motivated and flexible team by building working relationships ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are adhered to.
oTo manage the team on best practice; establishing standard policies and procedures whilst also mentoring and leading the teams.
oTo implement and manage continuous improvement and modern manufacturing principals by highlighting deficiencies and recommending changes in training, working practices and processes.


Key responsibilities and duties

Improve manufacturing excellence by:

oEffectively and efficiently managing the production of the required daily/weekly/monthly targets and meeting customer specifications, exceeding where possible quality and delivery expectations
oCommunicating and liaising with other departmental managers regarding throughput of parts to ensure production targets are met
oIdentifying and implementing process improvements across both own and supporting departments
oAssisting with resolution of quality concerns (internal and external customers)
oBuilding customer relationships (internal and external customers)
oSupporting both the Operations Manager and Technical specialists through provision of resources to enable them to achieve their objectives
oSupport and ensure complicity with Health & Safety regulations, the Company Handbook, Quality standards, and all other Company policies and procedures
oManage and lead the team, by
oensuring adequate staffing levels are available,
omanaging holiday allowances,
orecruiting high calibre employees;
oidentifying training & development needs of the team,
oconducting appraisals
omanaging attendance
oDealing with disciplinary issues
odaily supervision to maximise efficientt productivity
odelivering a high performing multi-disciplined team
oEnsuring risk assessments are carried out in a timely manner and counter measures implemented ensuring a safe working environment
oMonitoring the completion of tasks and ensure good performance and record on appropriate systems
oConsistently promote high standards through personal example and roll out through the team so that each member of the team understands the standard and behaviours expected of them
oIdentify and qualify capital expenditure requirements
oProactively contribute to creating a good team atmosphere
oTakes ownership for team cohesion and team development
oDeveloping a culture of continuous improvement

Qualifications required/ desirable
oQualified to degree level, ILM Certificate of level 5 or above or equivalent
oSix Sigma qualification

Experience required / desirable
oMinimum of 5 years' experience in manufacturing environment
oCompetence in problem solving, team building, planning and decision making
oDemonstrable evidence of leading a team
oAbility to communicate with employees at all levels of the business
oUnderstanding and ability to work in an SME
oLean manufacturing/kaizen experience
oERP systems knowledge

Personal qualities and attributes required by the Company
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Jon Vinall

JOB DESCRIPTION
Engineering Manager
Details of job role

Package
Salary

Hours

37.25 hoursShift work

N/AOvertime
[Paid or unpaid]
Unpaid

Job location Main Office

Department
R&D and Engineering


Head of department R&D and Engineering Manager

Line manager or supervisor
R&D and Engineering Manager

Direct reportees
Design Engineers

Job Purpose

oPlanning, directing and co-ordinating engineering activity relating to manufacturing
oSupervise and lead the engineering team to deliver the goals and objectives of the R&D and Engineering Manager
oHave full accountability for ensuring safety, customer quality, cost and delivery requirements are met.
oBe responsible for developing an enthusiastic, motivated and flexible team by building working relationships ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are adhered to.
oTo manage the team on best practice; establishing standard policies and procedures whilst also mentoring and leading the teams.
oSupporting both internal and external customers through provision of technical solutions to deliver their needs
oDevelop a culture of continuous improvement
oIntroduce successful R&D projects into the business until handed over to manufacturing ensuring competence before releasing responsibility;


Key responsibilities and duties

Delivering engineering excellence by ensuring:

oEffectively and efficiently managing the delivery of the required daily/weekly/monthly targets whilst meeting customer specifications, exceeding where possible quality and delivery expectations with day to day 'hands on' activity
oImplementing new R&D projects into the business until transferred to manufacturing
oDocument & report evaluations and lead customer signoffs for new products
oIdentifying and implementing engineering improvements across both own and supporting departments
oAssisting with resolution of quality concerns (internal and external customers)
oBuilding customer relationships (internal and external customers)
oSupporting both the Manufacturing Manager and Technical specialists through provision of support to enable them to achieve their objectives
oEnsuring departmental risk assessments are carried out in a timely manner and counter measures
oMonitoring the completion of tasks and ensure good performance and record on appropriate systems
oCommunicating and liaising with other departmental managers regarding technical support through, for example provision of drawings, model, build schedules etc
oSupport and ensure complicity with Health & Safety regulations, the Company Handbook, Quality standards, and all other Company policies and procedures
oManage and lead the team, by
oensuring adequate staffing levels are available,
omanaging holiday allowances,
orecruiting high calibre employees;
oidentifying training & development needs of the team,
oconducting appraisals
omanaging attendance
oDealing with disciplinary issues
odaily supervision to maximise efficient productivity
odelivering a high performing multi-disciplined team
oDelivering a flexible, multi- tasking team
oConsistently promote high standards through personal example and roll out through the team so that each member of the team understands the standard and behaviours expected of them
oIdentify and qualify capital expenditure requirements
oProactively contribute to creating a good team atmosphere
oTakes ownership for team cohesion and team development
Developing a culture of continuous improvement



Qualifications required/ desirable

oHNC/HND in Mechanical Engineering
oDegree in engineering related discipline

Experience required / desirable

oMinimum of 5 years' experience in engineering environment
oCompetence in problem solving, team building, planning and decision making
oDemonstrable evidence of leading a team
oAbility to communicate with employees at all levels of the business
oUnderstanding and ability to work in an SME
oKnowledge of Lean manufacturing
oKnowledge of sheet metal, fabrics and plastics
o3D Solid Works knowledge & understanding

Personal qualities and attributes required by the Company
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Jon Vinall