As an Operational Trainer, you will deliver operational/compliance training to ensure site colleagues have the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their role.
Support the delivery of/and/or deliver essential training and buddying in the first 12 weeks of employment for site new starters to ensure new colleagues are equipped to succeed in and beyond their probationary period.
Work with subject matter experts to maintain, update and develop standard operating procedures including working practice updates, coordinating and delivering refresher training,
Deliver training in specific areas of legal compliance, factory floor skills, SOP’s, safe systems of work, hygiene, H&S, Compliance/BRC food safety, CCPs and CICs etc. in line with agreed standards.
Support the delivery of the new joiner induction at a site level for all new starters.
Verify training previously carried out to ensure colleagues are carrying out their work activity in accordance with the systems and procedures in place.
Maintain skills matrices and training records for all colleagues on site.
Quality check, govern and validate training and competence standards are being met through regular audit.
Monitoring and reviewing progress of learners through feedback questionnaires, observations and discussions with managers.Job DescriptionYou may not have heard of us, but we’re sure you’ve tried our products. We’re a vibrant, fast-paced leading food manufacturer. Employing 12,200 colleagues across 16 world-class manufacturing sites and 18 distribution depots across the UK. We supply all the UK’s food retailers with everything from Sandwiches, soups and sushi to cooking sauces, pickles and ready meals.
Here at Bow, we have a team of around 800 colleagues. We produce sandwiches, wraps, platters, sub rolls and salads for some of the biggest retailers in the UK including Sainsbury’s, Co-op, Asda, Morrisons and BP Wild Bean Café.
What we’re looking for
An adaptable trainer who can respond to the needs of the site and deliver training within our factory environment
Demonstratable experience of delivering engaging and motivating learning and development sessions
PTLLS or Train the Trainer qualification
GCSE or equivalent in numeracy and literacy
A working knowledge of production processes
Proficient in the use of computer systems such as Word, Excel, Email, Power point
Excellent planning and organisational skills with the ability to meet deadlines and targets
No specific degree but training qualification preferable
Someone who is happy to train the team in the shop floor If this sounds like you, join us and grow with Greencore, and be a part of driving our future success.
What you’ll get in return
Competitive salary and job-related benefits
Pension up to 8% matched
Company share save scheme
Exclusive Greencore employee discount platformThroughout your time at Greencore, you will be supported with on the job training and development opportunities to further your career
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