This is a rare opportunity and our client is looking for someone who has excellent work ethic/ time keeping and who is keen to learn new parts of the trade.
Salary: basic rate £9.74 per hour, overtime rate £14.61 per hour with annual bonus opportunities
Hours: This is a full time and ongoing position with a possibility of moving over to a permanent contract. Contract being Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 4pm
As a Production Engineering Labourer your main duties will be:
*Helping insert plastic and paper film in to the machines.
*Quality checking the products
*Getting involved in other parts of production when needed
*Pack the plastic and paper films so they are ready to be sent to clients.
*Help with Moving the machines in and around the workshop.
*Using a crane and sling. (training will be provided if needed)
*Ensuring Machines are ready to be viewed and inspected by clients.
*Cleaning the machines as and when required.
*Ensuring area around the machines is clean.
To be successful in the position as a Production Engineering Labourer, you must:
*Must have excellent work ethic
*Have brilliant timekeeping
*Ensure all Health and safety regulations are met.
*Be able to work overtime when required
*Be a strong team player
*Have an FLT license (Counterbalance) would be desirable
*Be a good worker and willing to help out in other departments if necessary.
*Good customer service/social skills as you will be introduced to clients
Thinking of applying?
If you are interested in this great opportunity and have what our client wants, I would love to hear from you. Email myself with your updated CV at (url removed)
Kinetic plc is a Recruitment Consultancy with over 35 years of experience of delivering staffing solutions to the engineering, manufacturing and technical industries.
Kinetic plc treats all applications with a high degree of care, we review all submissions and will attempt to contact applicants who match the job profile. Those that do not meet the specification may not be contacted but their CV retained to be considered against future opportunities
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