Process Development Manager

Process Development Manager (New Product Development)

My client a successful and well respected food manufacturer are seeking a Process Development Manager as part of continued growth and new business wins. You support the NPD and Commercial team managing all product concept to launch.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop new products – aligned with the business strategy and vison
  • Lead development projects, on time in budget
  • Manage key stakeholders and customers
  • Ensure product launches are met
  • Trend analysis, raw materials sourcing, packaging and factory trials, shelf life

Skills and experience;

  • Understanding of HACCP, GMP and hygiene
  • Basic understanding of Microbiology and Nutrition
  • Strong communicator
  • Experience leading a team
  • Experience working with customers


  • Salary DOE
  • Car / Car allowance
  • Degree/HND in a food or science discipline
  • Food safety and Hygiene Qualification
  • Days Mon- Friday, 8.30am-5pm, some hybrid working 1-2 days a week
  • Pension
  • Development and progression within the business and Group

Reach Truck operator

Reach Truck Driving, LLOP & PPT experience and fast paced warehouse experience is essential to fulfil this role. Within the role you will be offered free car parking and rotating shifts. Offered on a temporary to permanent basis, this position of Reach Truck Driver is available with immediate start.

This is a temporary to permanent role, after 12 successful weeks your wage will go up to £12.11per hour.

Duties and responsibilities of Reach Truck Driver

  • Driving the reach truck
  • Warehouse duties
  • Working in a fast-paced environment

Skills and attributes required by successful candidate for the role of Reach Truck Driver

  • Previous experience working as a Reach Truck Driver
  • Working as part of a team and as an individual
  • Previous fast paced experience working in a warehouse

Location: Scunthorpe

Hours of Work: Rotating Days/Afters (0600-1400/1400-2200) Monday to Friday and a fixed Night shift (2200-0600)

Benefits: Free car parking

Contract: Temporary to permanent for the right person

Apply today for our Reach Truck Driver vacancy to avoid disappointment!

Job Type: Full-time


Support Worker

Job Title: Children’s Support Worker

Location: Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Salary: £11.45 – £20.95 per hour

Sponsorship: Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position

Overview: Join our dedicated Children’s Care Team in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. We are searching for empathetic and resilient Children’s Support Workers to provide essential care and comfort to our young residents. Your role will involve offering support in various settings within our care team, ensuring the well-being and happiness of our children.

Required Experience:

  • Prior experience as a children’s support worker or in a similar role within the child care sector in the UK, with a minimum of 6 months of care experience in the last 2 years.

Desired Skills:

  • Effective communication skills.
  • Maintaining accurate records.
  • Time management and organizational skills.
  • Observation abilities.
  • Team player mindset.
  • Report writing and presentation skills.
  • Negotiation, de-escalation, risk management, and planning.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Practical Training completed in the last 3 years in Manual Handling and Pediatric Life Support.
  • NVQ Level 3 in Children and Young People – Preferred


  • Ensure the safety and well-being of our young residents.
  • Promptly report concerns following established procedures.
  • Participate in meetings and conferences as required.
  • Maintain records of concerns or incidents.
  • Encourage children’s well-being and participation in activities.
  • Collaborate with professionals and attend review meetings.
  • Implement and review children’s care plans.
  • Intervene when necessary to ensure the safety and happiness of our children.
  • Adhere to all policies, standards, and legislation related to child care.

If you are dedicated, compassionate, and committed to providing exceptional care to children in need in the UK, we invite you to apply for our Children’s Support Worker positions in the Children’s Care Team in Gainsborough. Join us in making a meaningful difference in the lives of our young residents.

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Registered Manager (Childrens Residential Home)

OFSTED Registered Manager – based in Gainsborough – £60,000 – £75,000 plus bonus

Location:Gainsborough – Lincolnshire

A beautiful Country Farm setting in a stunning rural location.

Three 2 bed Children Homes/Units set on this property with stunning gardens and a timeless therapeutic approach towards the care of these children.

They also have a variety of farm animals to enhance the therapeutic experience this home has to offer.

The children are ranging from 5 – 13 with complex care needs.

You must have been a registered manager previously and have their level 5 in leadership and management with a minimum of a year in this post.


  • You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children residential service
  • A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Child Care (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum
  • Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children Home setting
  • Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership
  • Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience
  • A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this
  • Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Child Care setting
  • Full UK Manual Driving Licence


Engineering Supervisor

Engineering Supervisor

Location: Lincolnshire area

Industry: FMCG

My client is one well known manufacturer within the Food industry & due to growth are seeking an Engineering Supervisor to join their team.


  • The Engineering Supervisor is responsible for overseeing and managing all maintenance engineering activities whilst on shift.
  • Supporting the team to ensure that maximum uptime is achieved by using exacting engineering standards in the most efficient ways possible and that best practices is used to achieve and maintain maintenance standards.
  • Manage, coach and mentor their direct reports by modelling best practice and demonstrating how to complete tasks effectively and efficiently.

About you

  • Formal engineering qualification to at least City and Guilds level, ONC/HNC level or equivalent or extensive experience working as an engineer in a manufacturing environment.
  • Experience of supervising/managing a team.
  • Effective leadership skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Hours of Work

  • Monday – Friday
  • 6am – 3pm / 7am – 4pm

If you feel like you would be a good fit, then we would love to hear from you.

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