Are you a shop floor trainer with experience of Food manufacturing or FMCG? Are you passionate about people? Do you want to be a part of a growing organisation that puts their people at the core?
We are looking for a trainer to join our team in Heathrow to ensure employees have the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their work in accordance with the standard operating procedures.Main responsibilities
Our trainers are responsible for delivering the company induction programme, tailoring standard materials/agenda to the audience, ensuring compliance to Group standards. You will also plan, organise and deliver training in specific areas of legal compliance and/or audit to the agreed standards.
Maintaining our training records, skills matrices and identifying skills gap will be a key part of this role whilst keeping Line Managers informed with progress against the plan.
Our Trainers advise and guide our Managers during our new recruits probationary period and work with them to create an action plans to ensure successful probationary completion.Ideal candidate
We are looking for an PTLLS, CTP or Train the Trainer qualified individual who is passionate about people. It is beneficial for you to have a food manufacturing background and have a working knowledge of production processes.
You will be 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 is essential in this role.About the company
Greencore Group plc is a fast growing, international convenience food leader. Headquartered in Ireland, Greencore has operations in the UK and the US serving major retailers and brands in both markets.
It is a leading manufacturer of convenience food products to grocery retailers in the UK and a leading manufacturer of sandwiches, meals kits and salads to CPG, convenience retail and foodservice outlets in the US.
Greencore has a proforma Group revenue of £2.3bn and operates out of 50 locations in the UK, the US and Ireland.