Boning Hall Chargehand / Supervisor
Do you have a good eye for detail, excellent communication skills and great leadership potential? Following some internal moves, our Boning Hall is now seeking applications for the position of Chargehand.
Ideally with existing butchery skills and knowledge of boning and trimming, you will be responsible for supporting the efficient running of the boning hall. This includes supervising the line and checking product specifications as well as motivating and leading a team of butchers.
Butchery experience is preferred but if you have previous supervisory experience, this is an excellent opportunity to develop the skills necessary to progress into future Boning Hall Supervisor positions.
Main Duties & Responsibilities
- To ensure that product is boned and trimmed according to customer specification
- To ensure that agreed throughput and specific targets are met
- To liaise with technical and planning departments to ensure efficient production is maintained
- To ensure that all tasks are carried out in accordance with company policies and procedures, particularly with regard to health and safety and food safety
- To support the Boning Hall Managers and Supervisors with the supervision and work allocation of operatives
- To assist in the training and rotation of operatives, ensuring a flexible and agile workforce
Knowledge & Experience
Experience of working a busy boning hall production or butchery environment is preferred however applications are welcomed from candidates with previous supervisory experience gained in other sectors. The ideal candidate will have a responsible, proactive attitude towards work, and a high attention to detail.
You must be able to lead the Boning Hall teams to strive towards efficient and cost effective production, acting as an expert and role model at all times. To be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate strong communication skills, resilience and an excellent team ethic.
Hours of work – Monday to Friday 05.45 to finish (approx. 42 hours/week)