As a brand manager working for a food company, your responsibility is to create a lasting positive impression on one or more of your company’s products with consumers which leads to increased sales.
You’ll be developing, implementing and overseeing specific strategies which up the profiles of the products for which you have responsibility....
You’ll be responsible for the implementation of your company’s growth plan and this means leading the sales team who sell the products.
You’ll identify and implement the best opportunities for your company’s successful growth and your business development plan around the company’s overall market strategy.
Increasing revenue and profit for a line of products or the company in general is the most important bit of the job.
The role of the buyer is a key factor in the success of any food manufacturing company.
As a buyer your focus will be to source and purchase all of the raw materials needed for successful production at the best price available and within agreed quality specifications.
You’ll always be on the lookout for newer and better quality materials to keep your company ahead of the competition.
You’ll also have to ensure that everything required for production is available on time and that the correct amount of material is purchased to maximise cost and reduce waste.
As a Category Manager you’ll focus on the management of one or more categories of food products.
This will involve ensuring that enough resources are in place to make your products, keeping the correct inventory levels, and working with sales and marketing to promote the products set prices.
As a Communications Co-ordinator you’ll enhance your company’s visibility and public image by implementing the communications strategy.
You’ll be using a variety of marketing communications tools and channels to deliver the business’ message to the general public, both directly and through the media....
In this specialised position within a food company you’ll be responsible for overseeing and implementing improvements to process and procedures ensuring that optimal levels of performance are achieved.
As well as this, you’ll be expected to review processes and procedures with a view to refining and improving them.
You’ll be working hard to create and build key relationships within your company’s customer base, which is likely to include one or more of the major supermarket chains.
As a Customer Insight Manager you’ll have been allocated a specific area of work on which to focus and this will depend on what your company actually manufactures and sells.
The job will mean that your time will mostly be spent analysing key data and using the insights gained to effectively forecast future sales and prices, help develop marketing strategies for your specific category and ensure that waste levels are minimised.
As a Maintenance Engineer you’ll take ownership of a particular part of your site’s equipment to ensure its continued and uninterrupted performance, and extend its life in service. You’ll intelligently prioritise maintenance, and schedule the work to minimise disruption – completing necessary engineering maintenance, servicing and calibration work quickly and efficiently – but most importantly, safely.