Bristol Closing Date: 2020-12-04 Ref: NTXTH546151
We know about food!
Pilgrim’s Pride is the UK’s leading food solutions business, supplying all major food retailers, wholesalers and foodservice companies with a wide range of quality meat products. If you have an appetite for more, this could be the role for you.
Delivering business success through our people
We are looking for an exceptional individual to join us as a Training Co-ordinator covering our site in Westerleigh. The successful candidate will play a crucial part in our business by ensuring the sites within your remit are compliant with the mandatory off the job training requirements of the Pilgrim’s UK Ltd Technical and SHE training matrices and site customers Code of Practice.
In this position you will be responsible for alerting the site Leadership Team of any actual or potential risks to the business in relation to gaps in mandatory training and to seek their support to reduce and remove the areas of risk. It will be your responsibility to ensure all off the job training requirements are compliant, which include the delivery of the Group Induction and Induction Refreshers, Food safety, Listeria, HACCP, to book and coordinate internal and external courses ensuring cost efficiency at all times and to ensure all training facilities and resources and maintained in good professional order.
The role will require maintaining a digital learning and development system (Papaya), ensuring role profiles are kept up to date with training requirements. You will need to ensure all site managers are trained to use the system and do so in a timely and appropriate manner to co-ordinate, deliver, record and plan their own On the Job training requirements. You will be required to audit managers to ensure On the Job training is being recorded on Papaya and participate in site audits.
It will be the Training Coordinators responsibility to ensure all relevant processes and procedures relating to Training budget expenditure are followed, whilst monitoring the spend to ensure training remains within budget.
The ideal candidate will be an expert in best-practice factory training in a food manufacturing environment. You should enjoy working collaboratively, be able to build positive relationships with stakeholders at all levels of the business, adopt resilience, work at a fast pace whilst prioritising through exception organisation and planning. An understanding of Codes of Practice, BRC 8 and the SHE and Technical agenda is essential, as well as a good level of competency with all Microsoft products and experience of working with digital systems (such as Papaya, Learner Plus, Skype and SharePoint). Your accredited qualifications should include: Food Safety Level 3 and a recognised training qualification.
Our people really make the difference
What We bring to the table
As an international organisation, we pride ourselves on creating high quality food and exceed many recognised industry standards. We care about our people and offer an excellent package including:
• Life insurance and pension to all of our employees
• Wellbeing activities and support, including mini health MOT’s, fruity Friday and more
• Learning opportunities
• Competitive holiday entitlement
• Long service awards
• Subsidised restaurant or vending machines at the majority of our sites
• Discounted staff shop at many of our sites
• On site free parking
• Discounts on retail, food, cinema, travel and much more
If you are as serious about food as we are and ready to help us make a difference, we would like to hear from you.