In order to strengthening our sourcing activities, adidas Group, the world famous Sportswear Company, is seeking an aggressive and energetic individual to join our team and take the position of:
MANAGER, PRODUCTION (PM)
University graduate with min 5-6 years experience in Footwear production is a must.
Possess strong analytical skills, leadership, as well as the ability to trouble-shoot
Possess excellent communication skills.
Have a good computer knowledge (Microsoft Windows/Word/Excel/Power Point)
Have a good command of English
Key responsibilities :
Ensures all production meets our quality standards
Implements all process controls and procedures
Works with factories to improve quality and manufacturing efficiencies
Should this position interest you, kindly mail your complete CV in Microsoft Word file by putting the position code as your email subject within two weeks to:
Your application will be treated in strictly confidential. Only short-listed candidates will be notified. No telephone call or email query will be entertained
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