Would you like to work for an industry leading business? Has your career or progression been put on hold and are you looking for a company that can support your career development?
Personally, this client are one of my biggest customers who I have been working with for two years. During this time I have grown to understand what they look for in a person in addition to the obvious skills to perform within the role. Being a large corporate organisation the opportunities are endless for career progression along with the feeling of personal success.
With the responsibility of leading a multi-product operation, you will be accountable for the delivery of quality, service and performance outputs to the budget and forecast of the business. You will manage the southern regions asset portfolio to identify, develop and optimise future success. Working closely with and reporting to the Region Director you will be challenged on…
- The delivery of SHE performance for all areas to ensure zero harm and incidents.
- Coach and mentor members of your team to utilise the experience and support areas of improvement where needed.
- Ensure annual site operation plans are up to date and delivered on time.
- Contribute to the overall business plan to ensure succession plans exist across all teams and sites.
The successful Area Operations Manager will have a background in either quarry or crushed rock processing. You will ideally have proven experience of leading multi-site operations within a similar business and join this with the lessons learned within your career to identify rooms for improvement. You will balance a robust leadership style with around 200 reports with a change culture that comes naturally to you in order for your people to buy in completely for future success.
As this sits within the senior leadership function you will be given flexibility to your working day in order to get around all responsible sites. Salary is DOE and the package includes car, pension 5%-8%, family healthcare and bonus of 25% (which has been paid for the last 15 years).