Have you ever wondered how the supermarkets manage to have fruit and vegetable, which is always of the highest quality (size, weight, quality), whilst maintaining such competitive prices?
It is through the ongoing work and commitment that we put in to not only sourcing the finest products but also the processes we are continually seeking to improve and develop in our processing plants.
We are one of the leading suppliers to the major supermarket multiples in the UK, consistently delivering agricultural products of the highest quality to the supermarket shelves through out the year.
We have experienced unparalleled growth which has been driven by the reliable and quality service we provide to our customers, behind the scenes this has been enabled by a talented team of Process engineers and a team of staff who take pride in their work and delivering results. It is also through the ongoing investment in this field, we have just commissioned a new £2million system.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our development department (due to promotion of previous Graduates in the team), for two like minded Engineering Graduates to join as Process engineers.
The role involves identifying process improvement techniques and implementing these on a project basis.
You will be trained in Six Sigma methodology – which identifies process improvement techniques from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service. This is driven through data analysis and real life projects. Your training will be achieving 6 Sigma Black belt and Green Belt status, and very recognizable and prestigious industry standard.
To be considered for these roles you must demonstrate a strong academic background and interest in the area ( although not necessarily experience – we are committed to growing our own people)
Degree – Either Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering 2.ii or above
Academics – A-levels Grade C and above on Mathematics and Sciences
Communication Skills – Your will be continually liaising with your team and suppliers, so the ability to communication and influence at a high level is important.
Interest – an understanding or interest in process improvement in a manufacturing environment, thiis may be demonstrated from a University project, work experience or industrial placement.
To be considered for this role, apply today. Send your CV to Discovery Recruitment and Training