Digital Print Supervisor - Large Format
£Open depending on Experience + Pension + Shift Allowance + Overtime
Our client is a well-established and growing POS displays & graphics specialist with a national client base of creative agencies and end users in the retail, exhibition, museum and interior graphics markets. The highly skilled workforce ensures the company's products are consistently of a high quality. With the ability to take on large and complex orders and supply successfully to very demanding lead times. Customer retention rates are very high.
Main products and services: POS, Large Format Digital, Lightbox, Graphics, Magnetic POS Graphics, FSDU's, Vehicle Wrapping etc.
The Digital Print Supervisor reports directly to the Production Director and is directly responsible for the day-to-day activities of the department workforce under his/her control. The areas of responsibility include:
- Being responsible for allocating tasks to individuals within your control, monitoring their progress and ensuring their completion within the appropriate time scale.
- Establishing and maintaining discipline within your area of control in conjunction with the Production Director.
- Planning on a daily basis the loading of your area of control in conjunction with the Production Director.
- Reporting back to the Production Director the progress achieved against daily plans.
- Arranging additional labour requirements (either staff overtime or casual labour) to suit the department's workload.
- The maintenance of the correct working conditions and standards of cleanliness within your area of control.
- Carrying out any production work when necessary.
- The maintenance of effective quality control.
- Ensuring that all jobs are completed within the allotted time, notifying the Production Director of any circumstances that will not allow this.
- Discussing with the Production Director any improvements within your area of control or others that could lead to improved performance / standards / working conditions on a daily basis and at regular Management Meetings.
- Carrying out instructions as given to you by the Production Director.
- Giving necessary instruction to individuals within your control to enable them to operate effectively.
- Health and Safety; being responsible where necessary for the training and everyday supervision of machines and equipment within your area of control, reporting anything that may lead to a dangerous situation or accident occurring.
- Being aware and making those working for you aware of being cost effective in the use of time and materials and the cost for producing sub-standard work.
- Any information you are told of a sensitive nature regarding the company and company employees is to be treated in the strictest of confidence.
- Working in any other capacity when deemed necessary by Management to ensure gainful employment.
The nature of the Company's operation is such that the co-operation of all employees in working overtime is essential. You may, therefore, be required to work overtime, including Saturdays and Sundays to meet the needs of production.