Over the past 30 years L&T has become a global player in the medical simulation education market. It has ambitious plans for further growth in the next 5 years across the globe, through investment and new product development.
Multi award winning and still privately owned, the £25M business has grown from a tabletop start up, to a multinational business with its head office and manufacturing in Bristol, along with sales offices in the USA, Australia, and Sweden.
The vision of the business remains as it always has: to design and manufacture medical task trainers which through deliberate clinical practice help improve patient outcomes.
The Production Supervisor’s role organises and manages the output of a team of Production Workers with a focus on Health & Safety, quality, departmental efficiency, and reducing waste. The Production Supervisor mentors and develops the Production Workers to build a successful team that are well trained and flexible.
The successful candidate will have strong communication and interpersonal skills, be able to work with departments such as quality, customer services and engineering as well as reporting to management, handling disciplinary events and recruiting new employees. It is desirable for the successful candidate to have a minimum of an HNC level of qualification in a technical or relative discipline.
Production Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that the relevant Health and Safety aspects are adhered to as well as a high standard of housekeeping.
We are looking for a logical, organised, and enthusiastic individual with a good level of PC literacy, with good Excel experience. Experience using an MRP system is advantageous but not essential. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required, as well as an innovate and analytical thought process. The successful candidate will have a good eye for detail and the ability to read and interpret system information, work instructions and procedures.
Whilst this position is for day shift, future opportunities to work on other shifts may be available.
Our benefits package includes:
Quarterly performance-related bonus.
A salary sacrifice pension scheme where the company matches your contribution up to 5% and contributes the employers NI savings (which equates to 15.05% of your contribution).
A non-contributory healthcare cash plan that refunds your dental and optical costs as well as many other health related spend.
An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) providing access to counselling, legal advice, health and well-being support, and medical information.
Life insurance paying 4 times your salary.
Access to a virtual GP, life event counselling, diet and lifestyle advice and a second medical opinion.
25 days holiday (plus bank holidays).
Cycle to work scheme.
If this sounds like an exciting opportunity and you feel you have got what it takes, please send your CV with a covering letter telling us why you consider yourself suitable for the role, to the HR Manager, Limbs & Things, Sussex Street, St Philips, Bristol BS2 0RA or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
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