We're hiring a production manager!

Role: Production Manager 
Job type: full time
Salary: Based on experience

Are you looking for a new challenge in a fast paced, creative production environment? SuperWide Digital is looking for a dynamic, experienced Production Manager to help drive forward its rapidly growing trade-only digital print house.

The chosen candidate will be a confident, highly organised individual unfazed by the task of establishing a full second shift within SuperWide’s production department. As well as fulfilling key operational and management duties, there will be a requirement to oversee the recruitment of additional personnel to complete a fully staffed, efficient shift team that works flawlessly together.

The successful applicant will join the company at an exciting stage of its growth, as it looks to consolidate its status as the country’s leading trade-only creative print provider. Following the investment in new premises and cutting edge print technology over the last 18 months, SuperWide is on the verge of adding £1.2million worth of new printing and finishing machines to complement our already extensive modern equipment portfolio.

This role will demand the ability to quickly adapt to a new work environment and the confidence to step into a leadership role with high responsibility from the off. If this sounds like the type of position for you, then contact Luke Drogan at luke@super-wide.com for further job specifications and responsibilities, or apply here.

About SuperWide

SuperWide Digital prides itself in being one of the leading print houses in the UK, offering print, finishing and display solutions exclusively for the trade. Based in Bacup, Lancashire, the company is dedicated to creating a diverse workforce focused on providing fast, trustworthy work of the highest quality to customers.




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