Job Title: Assembly/ Production Operative
Description: Staffline is one of the UK's leading recruitment companies, helping to find work for thousands of people on a daily basis. Our temporary workers can enjoy great benefits including training and apprenticeships, as well as real opportunities for career progression and permanent employment.
We are continuously looking for an Assembly/ Production Operative to join our client’s busy manufacturing company based in Cricklade, Wiltshire.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing organisation where you will be an integral part to our continued expansion.
You will be part of a small assembly unit team working on assembly of a wide variety of packaging ensuring that goods and services are produced efficiently; that they are of the right quality, quantity, and cost; and that they are produced on time, to the satisfaction of the customer.
This is a permanent role working full time 40 hours a week.
The main duties of the role will include:
The successful applicant will:
- Assembly of packaging, stripping, gluing, stitching
- Capability of working independently as well as part of a team to demanding
- Good time management
- Able to follow instructions and work to a quick and demanding turnaround
- Flexible approach to working methods
- Some light machinery work involved.
Experience working in a manufacturing environment would be advantageous.
- Have a good level of fitness as this is a physically demanding role
- Manual dexterity
- Good hand/eye coordination
- Ability to work alone and as part of a team
The working days for this role will be Monday to Friday working from 7.30am – 4pm.
The pay rate for this position will be £7.20 per hour.
As from the 1st April 2017 employees over the age of 25 and not in the first year of an Apprenticeship will be paid a minimum of £7.50 per hour based on the New National Living Wage.
Candidates require access to their own transport to reach the site.
If you feel like you could be a success in this role apply now!
Expiry Date: 03/05/2017