Continuous Improvements

Job Title: Continuous Improvements
Job Reference: SD00150

Location: Northwich
Job Type: Permanent

£42000 - £45000 per annum
Sector: Engineering

Posted 4 days ago

This leading fast paced food manufacturer are looking for a Continuous Improvement Engineer to join their thriving Northwich based facility. Reporting to the Engineering Manager and working Monday to Friday days. In return we are offering a salary of up to £45,000 with excellent additional benefits.


A family owned and well-established company, with continuous growth and investment plans on site. This company can offer excellent support, training and development opportunities.


Reporting to the Engineering Manager and working closely to improve process on site with the aim to making the manufacturing facility run as efficiently as possible. Using lean manufacturing tools to lead the site and support teams to improve performance.


The successful candidate will be an experienced Continuous Improvements Engineer, with a background in manufacturing. Food / FMCG would be advantageous but not essential.

- Lean accreditation / training
- Experienced on life cycle projects to help identify CI and lean solutions
- Hands on implementation of lean solutions
- Pro-active and get it right first-time attitude




Julie Alton


Julie Alton

Managing Director

I know that it may sound cliché, but recruitment really is my passion. I have worked in Engineering Recruitment since 1993 and always strive to be known for providing quality recruitment solutions. In an industry where reputation is foremost, I have aimed to maintain a high-quality, honest-service approach throughout all of my roles.

In 2000 I was approached to join the Simon Holdings Group, with a view to extending their Technical Recruitment presence into the Midlands, thereby complementing the progress of their Jenrick Engineering brand in the South since 1967.

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