CAREER OPPORTUNITY MANUFACTURING TEAM LEADER / TEAM LEADER PACKAGING (2 POST)
Coca-Cola Kwanza Limited (CCKL) is part of the only anchor bottler in Africa, (Coca-Cola Beverages Africa) in the Coca-Cola Company's global franchise system. As a multinational company dealing in fast moving consumer products, we strive to maintain world class standards in every aspect of our business. In addition, we are also committed to train and develop Tanzanian citizens, and to this end we require the services of high caliber Tanzanians to provide a leading edge to our business.
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORUNITIES (860+ POSTS)
Coca-Cola Kwanza Limited (CCKL) Tanzania requires the services of a Manufacturing Team Leader (Team Leader Packaging), to oversee its territories. The incumbent will directly report to the respective Unit Manager Packaging. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
To communicate team goals and regularly review to ensure alignment, attain performance goals, manage and support team to achieve production, quality control and analysis, encourage, assist, support and coach team members, talent development, people management. maintenance of plant and equipment cost analysis, management and minimizing risk and losses,and improving productivity in line with benchmarks.
BSc (Mechanical or Electrical), or any other related field. Leadership skills & management capability, excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Attentive to details. Cooperative. Understanding SHE policies and procedures, Able to work with teams and Demonstrate high integrity and honest work environment. Computer skills In Microsoft office applications. Three years production. technical and leadership experience In a FMCG environment SAP knowledge will be an added advantage.
Interested applicants to send their applications, reference TLP0518 to: Human Resources Department,
Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd,
P.O. Box 7813.
Dar es Salaam.
Only successfully candidates shall be contacted. Closing date for all applications: 08th June, 2018
Source: The Guardian 29 May, 2018.