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Operations Supervisor

£50,000 - £55,000 DOE

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Main Purpose:

  • Lead the Permit to Work function, ensuring all site activities are undertaken in conjunction with site rules.
  • Support the Packaging Team to ensure all finished products are packed in accordance with agreed procedures.
  • Direct the Days Operators to ensure they develop skills and provide full support to the shift teams.

Main Duties:

  • Lead the Permit to Work function, directing the team to ensure a safe system of work is provided for all site-based activities, both planned and reactive.
  • Prepare all required permitry for annual SDM activities, based on planned work scope and submitted permit requests, liaising with SDM planning & management as appropriate.
  • Lead the permit team during annual SDM periods, ensuring the permit office is suitably resourced to meet demand, whilst enabling adequate rest days and fatigue management are considered.
  • Develop, implement and maintain communication tools that ensure Operations are always aware of all live permit activities.
  • Ensure Permit to work training is delivered by the team as & when required.
  • Set annual objectives for the Permit Co-Ordinator, carry out 1-to-1’s to monitor progress, ensuring any barriers are removed to aid progress.
  • Provide Line Management support to the Packaging Supervisor to enable safe & efficient packing of all finished products, and any supplier issues are dealt with in a timely fashion.
  • Set annual objectives for the Packaging Supervisor, carry out 1-to-1’s to monitor progress, ensuring any barriers are removed to aid progress.
  • Provide Line Management support to the Days Operators, setting annual objectives and monitoring progress. This will involve liaising with all STL’s for performance feedback.
  • Conduct annual appraisals for all direct reports:
    • Permit Co-Ordinator
    • Packaging Supervisor
    • Days Operators

Skills, Knowledge & Experience:

  1. Education
  • ONC/HNC or equivalent in a suitable engineering discipline.
  1. Training
  • Suitable training will be provided, but a strong understanding of MC UK Permit to work systems would be expected.
  1. Experience (both on the job and previous)
  • At least 10 years experience in a process environment
  • 5 years + experience of permit to work systems at a Signatory level, including:
    • Hot Work Permits
    • Excavation Permits
    • Confined Space Permits

People Management experience