Factory Administrator - Fixed Term

Ref: Ste/943
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Administration
Location: Grangemouth

Factory Administrator – Fixed Term

The Stewart Milne Group is one of the UK’s leading home builders, concentrating on building quality residential homes and commercial builds for a range of customers including government bodies, private and public companies, local councils and private clients. We have a reputation for high quality and innovation with a market leading position based on our expertise, innovation, quality and our commitment to providing the best service to our customers. 

Our Timber Systems division is the leading provider of Timber Frame construction solution to the Private, Social / Affordable and Commercial / public works sectors. We operate throughout the United Kingdom and have two manufacturing plants, Witney Oxfordshire and Aberdeen Scotland, with regional offices in Glasgow and Manchester.

Due to further growth and increased production levels, Stewart Milne Timber Systems are recruiting a Factory Administrator on a fixed term contract until the end of November, to be based at our premises in Grangemouth.

Reporting to the Manufacturing Manager, you will be an integral part of the Manufacturing Department providing general administrative support in order to meet the department objectives by accurate and timely processing of information, providing the production team with any information that may be required, consuming material and closing works orders completed in the factory. 


  • Deliver accurate and timeous administration of production information, to ensure product is delivered to a high quality standard and to agreed timescales

    • Ensure that all stock transactions are captured and completed in real time by the end of each day
    • Monitoring, closing and investigating production works orders and associated BOMs through company ERP system
    • Assisting in the processing of information from design and preparing packages and works orders for production

  • Maintaining all paperwork relating to the Manufacturing department including quality check sheets, accident and incident reports and training documents
  • Collating all factory information and entering in to Excel to produce weekly and monthly KPI information
  • Prioritise workload to ensure a proactive approach to the delivery of the administration requirements of the department
  • Build and maintain effective working relationships, internally and externally to maximise successful delivery of all areas within your responsibility

Essential Technical Expertise

  • Demonstrate ability for prioritising work load, particularly when under pressure
  • Ability to work alone or as part of a team
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (particularly Excel)
  • Good organisational skills
  • Good communication and people skills

Salary and Benefits

In return, Stewart Milne Group offers excellent training and development, as well as a busy workload.

  • Competitive Salary
  • Generous Holiday Entitlement
  • Life Assurance

If this sounds like the right step for your career, please apply via link or email