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Production Team Manager – Granby Workshop


Granby Workshop are looking to hire a motivated candidate to manage our ceramic tile production, making distinctive, high quality products for architectural projects and interiors all over the world.

Working in our newly expanded workshop, you will lead a small team of regular and freelance makers, playing a key role in both producing the tiles, and managing the production process & schedule.

Whilst ceramics experience is helpful, we are open to applicants who who not have direct experience in this field but that bring knowledge and expertise from other areas to our production. We require that all applicants will have professional experience from some field of making or small scale production (eg. Joinery, glass, metalwork, stone, food/catering, textiles, print, etc.) and experience of managing people.

We are looking for someone who is committed to working as part of a small team to contribute to the overall success of the workshop. For some candidates, this commitment might come from a local connection, sharing our values or a passion for the type of work that we undertake.

We value diversity in our practice and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status. We welcome applications from people regardless of professional or educational background, as well as anyone requiring flexible working arrangements. If you have any questions about the role or our working environment please contact Lewis Jones

Full job description available here

If you would like to apply please send the following information to: by 5pm on 9th October 2020

Cover Letter, detailing how your skills and experience make you a good candidate for
the role and your interest in the position.
• An up to date CV
• Up to 5 images of your work (if applicable)
• Any dates when you are unavailable for interview

Interviews will be held at the workshop in the week commencing 19th October 2020.
Please note that we will only accept digital applications and hard copies will not be considered.