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Production Officer at Jaola Vault

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Job Description

Jaola Workshop Clothing Manufacturer is now looking for a Production Officer to join their fast-growing team. Candidate must be able to commute to the manufacturing studio.

As a Production Officer, you’ll make sure clothing garments are produced safely, cost-effectively and on time and that they meet the required quality standards.

Responsibilities

As a production manager, you’ll oversee the production process, coordinating all production activities and operations as well as procurement. You’ll need to:

  • plan and draw up a production schedule 
  • reach out to various bulk vendors, collate their information  (fabrics, zips, buttons, linings) This may require to go on trips to different markets to gather information
  • decide on and order the resources that are required to produce the garments such as threads, zips, lining, buttons etc.. and ensure stock levels remain adequate
  • ensure tailors have the right equipments 
  • set the quality standards for garment production
  • ensure that the production will be cost effective by estimating costs and negotiating and agreeing budgets with workshop manager
  • monitor the production processes and adjust schedules as needed
  • monitor productivity rates and product standards and implement quality control processes
  • ensure and reinforce quality control of garments before shipped to clients
  • organise the repair of any damaged equipment
  • liaise with the Workshop Manager, Fashion Designer and Pattern Drafters
  • ensure that health and safety guidelines are followed at all times
  • ensure customer orders are completed on time and to budget and that quality standards and targets are met
  • work with managers to implement the company’s policies and goals
  • collate and analyse data, putting together production reports for both managers and Director
  • supervise and motivate a team of workers Pattern Drafters and Tailors, 
  • Review worker performance and identify training needs.

You’ll be involved in the pre-production (planning) stage as well as the production (control and supervision) stage. A large part of the job is dealing with garments, deadlines, reports, procurement and quality checks.


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