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Job Descriptions

As the HR Business Partner for your food company you’ll work closely with the senior managers to make sure that all of the HR systems and processes properly support strategic business aims.
This means that you’ll be fully aware of all aspects of the business and the environment in which it operates, in order to be an effective strategic advisor to the senior management and to help them achieve their objectives.
As well as providing advice you’ll share in the responsibility for improved business performance and make sure that the delivery of all HR services is excellent at all times.

As a Systems Developer working in a food company you’ll be responsible for improving the company IT systems and incorporating new technology as required.
These improvements mean updating current IT and also producing, installing and implementing new computer systems, networks and related software.
You’ll also advise and recommend improvements for future IT developments.

As an IT Technician you’ll be sorting out software and hardware issues for your company’s computer users.
You’ll identify and diagnose computer problems, monitor company IT systems, set up equipment, and ensure that everything works as it should.
You’ll be one of the company experts in all aspects of IT usage and everyone will be relying on you to ensure that their issues are resolved as quickly as possible.

As the Learning & Development Manager for a food company you’ll be responsible for all of the learning and professional development of the workforce.
It’s a strategic role and you’ll be assessing the levels of skills and knowledge of staff at every level of the company and taking the action needed to maintain and develop these skills for the ultimate benefit of your employer.
This means determining the best training initiatives that will equip staff to best carry out their jobs and develop their careers; you might design and deliver this training yourself or bring in external experts as required.

Manufacturing managers are responsible for the planning and running of the manufacturing side of food companies. This role requires considerable skills in human resource management, performance management and strategic planning.

Manufacturing managers must be familiar with the range of the food processes in their company and be able to assess the financial impact of their decisions upon the business....

You’ll be involved in the planning, development and implementation integrated marketing campaigns which promote one or more of your company’s products, or the company itself.

Your aim is to help maximise profits through increased sales or market share on the company’s range of products by developing sales strategies that fit with the needs of your customer base....

As marketing manager, your job is to plan and deliver the best ways to promote your company’s products for highest return.

You’ll use all of your expertise and creativity to make sure that your company’s new products are launched successfully and sales of current products are maintained and grown....

You’ll be involved in all aspects of bringing a new product to market - from the initial concept right through to product launch.

You’ll be the key customer contact for all issues concerning the products you’re working on, keeping them informed of any outcomes and making sure that all their needs are met....

You’ll be involved in all aspects of bringing a new product to market - from the initial concept right through to product launch.

You’ll be the key customer contact for all issues concerning the products you’re working on, keeping them informed of any outcomes and making sure that all their needs are met....

As a Packaging Designer, you’ll be responsible for the creation of attractive, functional packaging for food products made by your company.

You’ll probably spend about a third to a half of your time actually designing packaging - and the rest working on production costs, meeting with colleagues to discuss your work and meeting with customers to fine-tune what you’re designing....