The different types of Factory Jobs

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Published: 12th April 2010
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Planning manager

Planning Managers provide long term and short term production plans for the UK. They spend a great deal of time with the factory scheduling teams working to find any manufacturing problems which have an impact on supply and inventory plans.

In order to get a job as a planning manager candidates are expected to be very confident and have the ability to liaise with customers in a friendly and effective way.



Sensory manager

The role of a Sensory Manager is to oversee and look after a range of sensory projects. Any candidate hoping to become a Sensory Manager must have a food related degree or a degree in a science subject. They must also work on getting some solid experience working in the industry and obtaining a vast knowledge of how the factory industry is structured.



Junior Factory Jobs

The junior roles in the factory are essential to successful production. The hours can be long and sometime the tasks can be tedious but there are plenty of opportunities available.





Logistics Manager

Logistics Managers can be given a large amount of responsibility because they contribute to the managing and planning of factory production. Another part of a Logistics Managers job is to manage the site warehousing operation and monitor the performance of the supply chain.



To be able to take on this role and approach potential employers you must be able to demonstrate a proven track record in supply chain management specifically in the food industry.



Shift operations manager

There are a wide variety of jobs that require someone to organise shifts and when people come in to work. Some companies may ask an employee to do it as part of their job. However, factories need someone who is dedicated to this role only in order to make sure that everything runs smoothly. Factories usually have a large amount of workers that need to be provided with a proper work schedule.





Process technologist

A process technologist is a highly valued role within the range of factory jobs. The role of a process technologist is to trial and commission new equipment, conducting product improvement projects and reporting factory trial results to the rest of the team.



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