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Senior Operations Assistant
£Attractive Salary
Location: Yorkshire Sector: Print
Reference: J2775 Sub-Sector: Commercial Print
Contact: George Thompson Telephone: 0141 647 6688
A dynamic print & marketing services company, which works with some of the biggest brands in the UK, is in a period of significant growth. They have an excellent opportunity for a proactive individual to challenge themselves and make a difference to the team, by taking responsibility for the organisation and administration of the work flow between departments.

This role requires candidates with strong communication and organisational skills, along with a strong aptitude for customer service and a “Can Do” attitude.

The variety which this role offers  allows the opportunity for a range of candidates from the printing industry to apply, including Account Managers and Production Controllers. 

Estimating experience will give candidates a competitive edge in the application process. 

Applicants with POS experience will have an even greater advantage.

Duties will include

Management of preparation of job bags for manufacture, ensuring attention to detail and communication with production departments

Daily updates of in house systems ensuring quality assurance procedures are followed

Supervision of purchasing activities of consumables, outsource products and management of Suppliers to the Company

Working with Operations Director to resolve challenges within the Operations and Production Teams

Assisting with estimating when required, with guidance from Operations Director

Communicating internally with all departments and senior managers to ensure customer requirements are fulfilled and internal process is upheld