Product Reconciliation Supervisor

Zejtun, Malta

Role Purpose:

The Product Reconciliation Supervisor (PRS) is a flexible working leader role (a multi-skilled operative role with team leadership responsibilities). The role, which is key to ensuring self-sufficiency of a high performing team, leads and forms part of a team managing material count, reconciliation and destruction , within multiple business units of the site. Working closely with the Line Manager, the PRS will be responsible for the safety, security and productivity of all employees within the materials function. The PRS is accountable for ensuring that scheduled works for completion are executed in a timely manner, adhering to all security procedures and within all quality & cost parameters, for driving high standards of workplace organisation and operational excellence, and for participation in the training/development and performance management. The PL will be expected to take higher responsibility in absence of the Line Manager.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure all Safety and Security procedures are followed
  • Ensure all Process quality controls & SOPs are followed and effective
  • Correct segregation of waste, isolating jobs prior to destruction
  • Assist and lead when necessary in witnessed and unwitnessed waste destruction
  • Ensure Process Documentation and workplace org. standards are sustained
  • Training new employees and coach existing ones
  • Lead Problem solving & root cause analysis. Assist in investigations of discrepancies
  • Issue balance certificates for customers
  • Drive generation of cost saving ideas
  • Embed OpEx within the HPT
  • Enable effective communications between employees and front-line management
  • Safety and Secure culture
  • To understand the principles and comply with practices of Lean Manufacturing, 5S and Continuous Improvement
  • Always act and behave in a way compliant with all De La Rue company guidelines and policies, especially those relating to values and behaviours, environmental health and safety, ethics and codes of conduct, as it is through living our values that we strengthen the culture of our business, and demonstrate our understanding of our Code of Business Principles

Our organisation values are:

  • Act with integrity
  • Be open to change
  • Take Responsibility
  • Excel in what we do
  • Work together

Essential Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • GCSE (Or equivalent) in Maths and English at Grade C or above
  • Experience in manufacturing operations
  • Technical aptitude, either formal or experiential
  • Process Knowledge
  • Quality assurance awareness
  • HSE and Security acumen
  • Change Over (SMED) and SOP training
  • Ability to train & coach others
  • Problem Solving acumen
  • 8 wastes & Continuous Improvement expertise
  • Trained in Operational Excellence
  • Ability to assess risks and make safe workplace decisions
  • Ability to ensure compliance to company procedures
  • Timekeeping and attendance discipline
  • Ability to lead & motivate a team
  • Ability to communicate
  • Positive attitude with a desire to develop and progress the team
  • A desire to meet and exceed customer expectations in QCD
  • Continuous Improvement drive
  • Problem Solving ability
  • Flexibility and adaptability

To apply:

Email your CV and cover letter to Caroline Zammit at