The new entrepreneurial Managing Director will hold full P&L responsibility and be tasked with:
• Setting the direction for the subsidiary with a focus across all business activities.
• Leadership of the team across R&D, sales, operations, finance and commercial functions.
• Delivery of the agreed budget and growth strategy.
• Targeting of new products and market areas.
• Enhancing existing customer relationships in conjunction with the sales director.
• Improving established structures and KPI’s to drive business performance.
• Monthly reporting to the parent group, ensuring they are kept informed of progress.
• Compliance with all regulatory requirements, including health and safety.
This position offers an excellent opportunity for someone to have the strength, security and support of a large well capitalised Group, but with the prospect of running their own distinct entity within it. A STEM graduate, you will be an established Managing Director or a Senior Manager who is ready to take the step up to run a small enterprise. Your skills and competencies will include:
• Track record of delivery and growth in a comparable general management position, or in a senior commercial role in a larger business.
• Technical competence to understand the engineering capability of the business.
• Knowledge and understanding of P&L management, able to set and manage the budget.
• Experience in relevant industrial markets, or able to evidence you can adapt.
• Self-starting, able to work independently of the group and deliver the agreed performance
• Inclusive leadership credentials.
• Commercial astuteness, able to be both hands on and strategic as required.
• Ability to build excellent external and internal relationships.
An excellent base salary, performance bonus, pension and family health cover is on offer.
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