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Vacancy 4 Shift Managers And Operations Support Manager At Guinness Nig. Plc. by dele4u(m): 3:20pm On Sep 14, 2006
[b] INTERNAL/EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT


Job Title: Operations Support Manager: Production Services

Location: Lagos/Benin

Reporting to: Operations Improvement Manager

No of positions:    1

Level: M2


Purpose of Role

To drive improvements to deliver and exceed business requirements across Brewing and Engineering and to manage the departmental Training and Development agenda. This requires the management of an integrated improvement plan based on WCM principles aligned to QCDSM targets, combining technical training and development for all levels in the departments. To champion all Profit Improvement Projects (PIP’s) in the department and play a role as coach to all PIP leaders

Context/Scope:

Nigeria is currently the world's third largest market for the Guinness Brand. Lagos and Benin Breweries, each produce c.1.5 to 1.6 million hectolitres of various Guinness products per annum. The products are made for the local, national and export markets. GNPLC is striving towards world class manufacturing (WCM) standards, and are investing huge resources into continuous improvement of their operations through Business Centred Maintenance (BCM) including Profit Improvement Projects (PIPs), training and development of their staff through the Competency Acquisition Process (CAP) and capital for the latest technology, especially in packaging.
The Operations Support Manager: Production Services is ideally a brewing and engineering professional, an expert practitioner of WCM continuous improvement tools and a competent training and development practitioner. The incumbent ensures that both, the individual development of staff through CAP and the departmental goals are co-ordinated in a coherent WCM strategy. The incumbent is responsible for the co-ordination of all BCM improvement initiatives in the department and driving all PIP’s. Reports to the Operations Improvement Manager, is a key member of the Brewing and Engineering department’s Level 2 teams, with a strong dotted line to the respective HOD’s.   

Top 3-5 Accountabilities:

1. Drive Continuous Improvement initiatives in brewing and engineering through BCM and facilitate PIP’s to deliver departmental QCDSM stretch targets using:
- Principles of WCM
- Process Control and Performance Measurement
- Root cause analysis, Formal problem Solving and Ishikawa
- Quick changeover (SMED), 5S etc.
- PIP process
2. Drive a step change in maintenance standards through the implementation of BCM by:
- Planning and facilitating RCM Analysis sessions
- Planning and reviewing routine maintenance activities
- Rigorous auditing and reporting of maintenance KPIs
3. Develop improvement project proposals and manage proposals through approval and implementation
4. Drive departmental capability building using the CAP framework by:
- Supporting development of departmental BTB Development Plans
- Agreeing individual staff and manager Training Needs Analyses with HODs
- Developing an annual Training Plan, and budget accordingly.
- Developing and maintaining a Training Records Database.
- Managing the SIT programme from recruitment to confirmation in departments
- Liaising with ITF
- Providing training, coaching and assessment support.
Develop and implement Visual Management tools for tracking of key department KPIs.

Leadership Responsibilities

Key role is to manage the Brewing and Engineering department’s Training and Development agenda through the CAP process.
Interacts with and influences Brewing and Engineering staff, Shift Managers, Brewing Manager, Engineers, Engineering Manager, Operations Improvement Manager and Operations Development Dept.

Qualification & Experience Required

Technical graduate in science or engineering with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in an operational or project management role in the Food or Drink or Manufacturing sector, ideally in brewing and/or engineering.
Competent in theory and practise of:
- Principles of WCM
- Maintenance Strategy
- Business Centred Maintenance (BCM)
- Profit Improvement Projects (PIP)
- Process Control and Performance Measurement
- Root cause analysis, Formal problem Solving and Ishikawa
- Quick change-over and The 5S System
General Principles of training and competency acquisition (CAP).
Facilitation of team based improvement activities, with general principles of effective management and supervision of skilled teams
Working knowledge of Diageo Health, Safety, and Environment policies.
Good communication and presentation skills.
Computer literate in Word, PowerPoint and Excel

We want to be as diverse as our consumers and welcome applications from everyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity (or tribe), faith (or religion) or disability
Interested candidates should apply stating the following details only on Microsoft Excel document in the format shown below:

Flexible Working Option: Brewery based within Nigeria

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Please note that our application procedure has changed. Kindly apply by following carefully the guidelines below.

Candidates who have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Call up the Diageo intranet
2. Enter your username & password
3. At the Diageo home page, Click on ‘Career Shop’ (the 7th item under ‘Functions’)
4. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
5. Click on ‘Search Openings’
6. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8579BR’
7. Click ‘Search’
8. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

Candidates who do not have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who do not have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Click on the following link: http://www.diageo-careers.com/en/homepage.htm
2. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
3. Click on ‘Search Openings’
4. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8579BR’
5. Click ‘Search’
6. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

PLEASE NOTE:
Receipt of applications submitted through the INTRANET commences today 14th September 2006. Receipt of applications submitted through the INTERNET will commence from the 18th of September 2006. Please note that in both cases CLOSING DATE IS FRIDAY 22nd September  2006. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Please feel free to forward this advert to your friends and family that you may consider suitable for this role.[/b]






                                                      [b]GUINNESS NIGERIA PLC

                                                INTERNAL/EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT


Job Title: Shift Manager - Packaging

Location: Lagos/Benin

Reporting to: Packaging Manager

No of positions:    1

Level: M2


Purpose of Role

Overall responsibility for the delivery of shift outputs, targets and goals by managing, leading and supporting shift team to produce to desired customer service, quality and yield levels in the most cost effective and efficient manner.
To identify and drive improvement, ensuring delivery of debt. goals.
To manage resource allocation, develop team members and optimise individual potential to contribute to overall site performance.

Context/Scope:

Nigeria is currently the world's third largest market for the Guinness Brand. Lagos and Benin Breweries, each produce c.1.5 to 1.6 million hectolitres of various Guinness products per annum. The products are made for the local, national and export markets.
The Packaging Department is responsible for the packaging of all brewing products into returnable and non-returnable containers, ready for distribution. The Shift Manager: Packaging is responsible for his department during shift production hours, with full responsibility for his team and the debt. assets. The incumbent oversees all packaging activities through his team, and reports to the Packaging Manager. The incumbent is responsible for meeting shift production volumes at the right quality, while achieving targets in a cost efficient manner. The incumbent is also responsible for the entrenchment of WCM practices in a safe and healthy working environment.

Top 3-5 Accountabilities:

1. Supervise, prioritise and coordinate all activities of shift team workers, including operational, personnel, and administrative tasks to ensure that all products required are produced to target volumes and specifications with best possible efficiencies and optimum KPI’s.
2. Control cost of packaging by minimising process waste, maximising efficiencies and taking appropriate actions to reduce downtime and improve quality.
3. Develop & deliver improved performance against targets through effective problem solving, decision-making and communication between shift teams, and aligned, planned activity with Operations Improvement Team, Engineering support and Supply Planning.
4. Lead implementation of the company’s health, safety, quality, environment and hygiene standards for the protection of company products, personnel and assets in the packaging environment.
5. Manage team’s individual training & development within clear improvement plans, using the BCM and CAP framework and PIP’s to drive performance and efficiencies towards world class standards

Leadership Capability

Manages full shift responsibility including direct responsibility for developing, coaching and supporting team workers and contractors and indirectly overseeing maintenance activities.
Interact with other Shift Managers, Packaging Manager, Brewing debt. (key internal supplier), Engineering and Supply Planning, to ensure that target volumes are achieved cost effectively and on time.

Qualification & Experience Required

Science or Engineering Degree or equivalent
Should hold an IBG/NSE qualification and knowledge of packaging and WCM techniques.
4 years experience in food or drink packaging environment with a track record of delivering sustainable improvements in packaging efficiency and quality, particularly through effective people management and development.
Competency in packaging management and prioritisation of resources to meet key targets, while setting high standards & stretching goals for self & others to exceed internal & external customer needs
Knowledge of Guinness policies is an added advantage.
Structured problem evaluation & solving skills and ready to make decisions, take the initiative and originate action.
High level of energy and commitment to team based achievement and high interpersonal effectiveness to develop & sustain robust relationships.

We want to be as diverse as our consumers and welcome applications from everyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity (or tribe), faith (or religion) or disability
Interested candidates should apply stating the following details only on Microsoft Excel document
in the format shown below:

Flexible Working Option:  Brewery based within Nigeria

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Please note that our application procedure has changed. Kindly apply by following carefully the guidelines below.

Candidates who have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Call up the Diageo intranet
2. Enter your username & password
3. At the Diageo home page, Click on ‘Career Shop’ (the 7th item under ‘Functions’)
4. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
5. Click on ‘Search Openings’
6. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8578BR’
7. Click ‘Search’
8. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

Candidates who do not have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who do not have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Click on the following link: http://www.diageo-careers.com/en/homepage.htm
2. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
3. Click on ‘Search Openings’
4. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8578BR’
5. Click ‘Search’
6. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

PLEASE NOTE:
Receipt of applications submitted through the INTRANET commences today 14th September 2006. Receipt of applications submitted through the INTERNET will commence from the 18th of September 2006. Please note that in both cases CLOSING DATE IS FRIDAY 22nd September  2006. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Please feel free to forward this advert to your friends and family that you may consider suitable for this role.[/b]




                                                                [b] GUINNESS NIGERIA PLC

                                                       INTERNAL/EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT


Job Title: Shift Manager - Brewing

Location: Lagos/Benin

Reporting to: Brewing Manager

No of positions:    1

Level: M2


Purpose of Role

Overall responsibility for the delivery of shift outputs, targets and goals by managing, leading and supporting shift team to produce to desired customer service, quality and yield levels in the most cost effective and efficient manner.
To identify and drive improvement, ensuring delivery of debt. goals.
To manage resource allocation, develop team members and optimise individual potential to contribute to overall site performance

Context/Scope:

Nigeria is currently the world's third largest market for the Guinness Brand. Lagos and Benin Breweries, each produce c.1.5 to 1.6 million hectolitres of various Guinness products per annum. The products are made for the local, national and export markets.
The Brewing Department is responsible for the conversion of raw materials into finished liquid products, ready for Packaging. The Shift Manager: Brewing is responsible for his department during shift production hours, with full responsibility for his team and the debt. assets. The incumbent oversees all brewing activities through his team, and reports to the Brewing Manager. The incumbent is responsible for meeting shift production volumes at the right quality, while achieving targets in a cost efficient manner. The incumbent is also responsible for the entrenchment of WCM practices in a safe and healthy working environment.   

Principal Accountabilities:

1. Supervise, prioritise and coordinate all activities of shift team workers, including operational, personnel, and administrative tasks to ensure that all products required are produced to target volumes and specifications with best possible efficiencies and optimum KPI’s.
2. Control cost of production by minimising process waste, maximising efficiencies and taking appropriate actions to reduce downtime and improve quality.
3. Develop & deliver improved performance against targets through effective problem solving, decision-making and communication between shift teams, and aligned, planned activity with Operations Improvement Team, Engineering support and Supply Planning.
4. Lead implementation of the company’s health, safety, quality, environment and hygiene standards for the protection of company products, personnel and assets in the brewing environment.
5. Manage team’s individual training & development within clear improvement plans, using the BCM and CAP framework and PIP’s to drive performance and efficiencies towards world class standards

Leadership Capability

Manages full shift responsibility including direct responsibility for developing, coaching and supporting team workers and contractors and indirectly overseeing maintenance activities.
Interact with other Shift Managers, Brewing Manager, Packaging debt. (key internal customer), Engineering and Supply Planning, to ensure that target volumes are achieved cost effectively and on time.

Qualification & Experience Required

Physical/Biological Science or Chemical Engineering Degree or equivalent
Should hold an IBG qualification and knowledge of brewing or process control and WCM techniques.
4 years experience in food or drink manufacturing environment with a track record of delivering sustainable improvements in production efficiency and quality, particularly through effective people management and development.
Competency in production management and prioritisation of resources to meet key targets, while setting high standards & stretching goals for self & others to exceed internal & external customer needs
Knowledge of Guinness policies is an added advantage.
Structured problem evaluation & solving skills and ready to make decisions, take the initiative and originate action.
High level of energy and commitment to team based achievement and high interpersonal effectiveness to develop & sustain robust relationships

We want to be as diverse as our consumers and welcome applications from everyone regardless of gender, age, ethnicity (or tribe), faith (or religion) or disability
Interested candidates should apply stating the following details only on Microsoft Excel document in the format shown below:

Flexible Working Option: Brewery based within Nigeria

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Please note that our application procedure has changed. Kindly apply by following carefully the guidelines below.

Candidates who have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Call up the Diageo intranet
2. Enter your username & password
3. At the Diageo home page, Click on ‘Career Shop’ (the 7th item under ‘Functions’)
4. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
5. Click on ‘Search Openings’
6. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8577BR’
7. Click ‘Search’
8. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

Candidates who do not have access to the Diageo Intranet
Interested candidates who do not have access to the Diageo intranet should please submit their CV through the Diageo Career Shop by going through the following steps:

1. Click on the following link: http://www.diageo-careers.com/en/homepage.htm
2. Click on ‘Search & Apply’
3. Click on ‘Search Openings’
4. In the Search Openings page please go to ‘Key word’ (the 7th box) and enter ‘8577BR’
5. Click ‘Search’
6. Click on ‘Submit to job(s)’ and submit your CV

PLEASE NOTE:
Receipt of applications submitted through the INTRANET commences today 14th September 2006. Receipt of applications submitted through the INTERNET will commence from the 18th of September 2006. Please note that in both cases CLOSING DATE IS FRIDAY 22nd September  2006. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Please feel free to forward this advert to your friends and family that you may consider suitable for this role.[/b]

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