20 Mar '20
Operations Manager

Manufacturing ; FMCG; Hospitality ; Building and Construction; Pharmaceutical; Engineering & Technical, Gauteng Sedibeng (Vereeniging)

Negotiable -

Multinational company based in the Vaal area is looking for an Operations Manager to managing cleaning services. Cleaning Industry experience is essential

Minimum of 5 years’ experience in waste management industry
• Matric grade 12
• Drivers licence (code 8)
• Must have strong leadership skills


• Responsible for the daily coordination and management of operational activities.

• Monitor, control and manage operations to meet customer expectations and company goals.

• Liaise between customer and management to ensure smooth operations delivery.

• Understanding the requirements of industrial cleaning.

• Ensure compliance with company standards and procedures.

• Build and maintain strong customer relationship through regular meetings and communications.

• Provide guidance to supervisors to achieve performance targets. • Follow standard operating procedures for efficient operations.

• Responsible for week -end work planning including shutdowns and major projects

• Liaise with service provides and suppliers for service and quotations

• Liaise with labour broker for weekend and adhoc staff requirements

• Liaise with storeman to ensure all stock, equipment and consumable are ordered

• Ensure weekly timesheets and checked and signed of before sending to wage clerk

• Responsible for employees leaving planning • Ensure discipline at the workplace

• Ensure high level of Safety standards at the workplace

• Provide operational feedback to management


• Good decision making

• How to interact with people

• Road safety

• Language Proficiency o English, Isizulu and Ndebele will be an added advantage • Working with people

• Meet targets


CV to claire at oxyon dot co dot za if you do not get a responce with in 14 days please consider your application successful

Ad Visible Until: 19 April 2020
Ref: JHB001273/Clair

Vacancy Type: Contract