We are looking for a full time Workshop Supervisor to join the team in Carnforth.
The Workshop Supervisor is responsible for day-to-day supervision of Workshop activities. This includes supporting Management to correctly prepare, plan and execute various work-fronts under strict job-carding controls (where applicable). This will include, but not be limited to, the application of HSEQ controls, full QA/QC of all product and service lines prior to dispatch, working with the Goods-In/Out Procedure to ensure movements of inventory and assets are executed in line with the company processes and procedures. This will also include the allocation of personnel to jobs in the workshop, ensuring the work is carried out within specified time periods.
The main tasks and responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to the following:
To ensure that the maintenance and repair of all site equipment (MOSS and Quickflange) is carried out in line with Company standards and deadlines.
To distribute work to any technicians allocated to the Workshop, ensuring that they are provided with any necessary information required to carry out the work, along with hours to complete / client deadlines;
Ensure toolbox talks and risk assessments are carried out and signed off;
Ensure interface between operations teams is maintained and daily, weekly and monthly deliverables are achieved across all product and service lines;
Responsible for all QA/QC checks on all product and service lines are carried out as per job requirements;
To ensure any jigs and fittings are manufactured to suit Customer deadlines
Responsible for rota system to provide 24/7 workshop cover
Assist with the management & development of BMS related processes under supervision;
Assist with inventory management and ensure all min/max levels are agreed with Management;
Assist with managing, organising and delivering general workshop tasks;
Assist with maintenance and continual improvement of company asset registers and trackers;
Assist with ensuring that the Workshop, Loading Bay, Stores and Technician Areas are adequately maintained, organised and kept in a clean and tidy condition;
Ensure good, safe working practices in the workshop are maintained at all times with compliance to the Company's HSE policies.
Provide weekly updates to Management on all activities.
To Ensure all site and workshop equipment is maintained and within relevant calibration;
To ensure all returned equipment is checked in and any missing items are flagged up immediately;
To ensure all equipment been dispatched to site is complete and meets specific job requirements;
To maintain correct levels of spares and stock for all relevant service lines are maintained;
Assist with planning and controls to ensure efficient use of space and resources throughout area of responsibility to meet agreed schedules;
Assist with day to day deliverables and ensure client deadlines are met;
Manage QA/QC of all goods out of the facility and when appropriate arrange and manage 3rd party inspections for goods to be released;
Ensure all reporting mechanisms are communicated and used across the department;
Ensure safe working practices are adhered to and coach with assistance from Management.
The successful applicant should have the following:
Mandatory Training Requirements:
Experienced Mechanical Background
Mechanical workshop experience
Skills and Personal Qualities:
Ability to work using own initiative (with minimal supervision);
Driven and goal orientated;
Well organised and methodical;
Personable, confident, well presented, extremely professional and in possession of excellent verbal and written communication skills.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in applying for the role please send your CV and a covering letter to the HR team HRSupport@icr-world.com. Please note that your application may be discussed with your current line manager. If you have any queries or require further information, please get in contact on the above email address.