Production Planner (food manufacturing experience)
£30,000 - £32,000
2 days off a week is never quite enough, is it?
Before you know it, it's Monday morning and it's time to get up and do it all again.
After all, who decided that working 5 days a week was a thing anyway?
4 day working weeks are said (and proven) to make people more efficient and have a whole array of other benefits that include your health and happiness.
Good news for you - you'll be working 4 days a week here (not that I'm jealous).
What would you do with an extra day off a week?
I probably should mention that you do need to have Production Planning experience in the food manufacturing industry for this role.
You'll be joining a business who produce some interesting products that come in many shapes and sizes and working with a team that prioritise support and development.
If you're ready to embrace a genuine work / life balance then get in touch.
Charlie - 01733 391515.