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General Operative

My client is seeking a General Operative to work within their Technical team.

Are you seeking a varied role, where you may be on your feet for a large proportion of your shift?

Have you a high degree of accuracy in your work?

Working within the Technical team you will be responsible for preparing samples and maintenance of laboratory raw material stocks. You will source and resource raw material and dispatch samples.

You must have good housekeeping standards and be able to work on your own initiative as well as be a key part of the team.

This is a permanent role Monday to Friday hours 6am – 2pm week 1 & 2-10 week 2 double day shift.

Salary £22k. £12 per hour,

Production Operative (Days)

A comprehensive co-packing company based in Blackburn are looking to recruit Production Operatives throughout July to join their team.

The role involves working with a full and comprehensive range of co-packaging, to assist Production Management in all aspects of daily production tasks to ensure customer orders are completed to the highest standard, working in line with the Food Safety Policies and BRC guidelines & regulations.

Description of the role:

· Checking and weighing of materials
· Operating machinery and equipment whilst adhering to Health & Safety rules and regulations at all times
· Run quality checks to ensure production of acceptable products in line with the requirements of the Quality Control Sheet and Product Specification.
· Assembling, packaging and labelling of products
· Removing unacceptable products and reporting any issues to the Production Supervisor / Quality Controller immediately
· Comply with Company hygiene policies and procedures when undertaking operations while maintaining high standards of personal hygiene
· Demonstrate the competent application of good manufacturing practices required to consistently operate to high standards of food safety
· Maintain a clean production environment
· Work in a safe manner with due consideration for personal Health & Safety and that of co-workers at all times

Please submit your CV and call Major Recruitment Blackburn office on 01254 920800 to discuss your application and arrange an appointment to attend the office and register.

Production Administrator

Our client have steadily evolved to become one of the UK’s premier suppliers of High-Performance Fibres and Fabrics for the UK Composite and Reinforced Plastic Markets.

Their main products are manufactured from Carbon Fibre, Glass Fibre and Aramid Fibre as well as supplying Resins and Adhesives. These products are used in a variety of different markets i.e. Automotive, Aerospace, Marine, Renewable Energy, Sport and Recreation to name a few.

Role

Our client are looking for a Production Administrator to join our friendly team during a time of exciting transformation and growth. The purpose of the role will be to support the production team in providing exceptional service to all customers and achieving project deadlines.

Responsibilities

Processing sales orders

-Assisting and supporting the Operations Manager

– Support in the development of processes to ensure appropriate standards of safety and quality are continuously achieved

-Produce internal and external communications documents, including proposals, guides, and quality manuals

-Providing administrative support

-Perform other relevant duties as required

Skills and Experience:

Proactiveness, problem solving, organisational skills. Great communication skills, the candidate will be required to communicate via email and phone with customers.

Desirable:

Experience using NetSuite Oracle

Benefits:

Competitive salary and bonus scheme

-Ongoing development training

-On-site parking

If you are interested in this role please submit your CV using the “apply” option below. If you are interested in future vacancies please register with Major Recruitment (01254 920800) using the link below selecting “Blackburn” and “Warehouse, Manufacturing & Production” on the first page of the form.

Manufacturing / Production Operative

We are currently recruiting for a Production Operative to work on machines and production lines blending products such as adhesives, coatings and binders.

Items are manually labelled and products dispensed by tap into tins, bottles or drums for stock and dispatch. If you work well in a small team and can carry out tasks quickly and accurately, this job could be for you.

In this job you will need to have patience, as the tasks can be repetitive. You will also need to work well in a small team and on your own. You will not usually need any qualifications to start work but it would be useful if you have experience of work in a paint manufacturing environment.

Duties
The manufacture of adhesive products is particularly hands on, so your work as an operative is likely to include:

* The blending of adhesive and binders.

* The accurate weighing of raw materials and finished goods.

* Labelling and dispensing completed batch production.

* The completion of internal documentation.

* Loading of completed goods and unloading of incoming goods.

* The handling and weighing of liquids and powders.

* Ensuring that both equipment and work areas are cleaned and maintained.

Hours

You would typically work a 5 day, 40 hour week consisting of a 9.00am start and 5.00pm finish (Monday to Friday). Overtime may be required during busy times.

Factories are usually noisy and can be hot or cool, depending on the time of year and products being manufactured. You would wear protective clothing.

Entry requirements

The successful applicant will not need any qualifications to start work however it will be useful if you have previous experience of work in a manufacturing environment, specifically on mixing or blending.

It would be beneficial to hold a valid UK driving licence and have access to your own transport as the company will be relocating to RedScar Industrial Estate in Preston.

Skills, interests and qualities

To be a Production Operative you should have:

* Good observational skills and ability to work with accurate measurements.

* Patience to carry out repetitive tasks.

* The ability to work quickly to meet production targets.

* Good team working skills and the ability to work on your own.

* The ability to follow strict health and safety guidelines and quality procedures.

* Good standards of personal hygiene and a considerate attitude.
* A willingness to work flexibly.

Apply now with your up to date CV or call Major Recruitment Blackburn office on 01254 920800. You can also register in advance for future vacancies by completing the following registration form.

Manufacturing / Production Operative

We are currently recruiting for a Production Operative to work on machines and production lines blending products such as adhesives, coatings and binders.

Items are manually labelled and products dispensed by tap into tins, bottles or drums for stock and dispatch. If you work well in a small team and can carry out tasks quickly and accurately, this job could be for you.

In this job you will need to have patience, as the tasks can be repetitive. You will also need to work well in a small team and on your own. You will not usually need any qualifications to start work but it would be useful if you have experience of work in a paint manufacturing environment.

Duties
The manufacture of adhesive products is particularly hands on, so your work as an operative is likely to include:

* The blending of adhesive and binders.

* The accurate weighing of raw materials and finished goods.

* Labelling and dispensing completed batch production.

* The completion of internal documentation.

* Loading of completed goods and unloading of incoming goods.

* The handling and weighing of liquids and powders.

* Ensuring that both equipment and work areas are cleaned and maintained.

Hours

You would typically work a 5 day, 40 hour week consisting of a 9.00am start and 5.00pm finish (Monday to Friday). Overtime may be required during busy times.

Factories are usually noisy and can be hot or cool, depending on the time of year and products being manufactured. You would wear protective clothing.

Entry requirements

The successful applicant will not need any qualifications to start work however it will be useful if you have previous experience of work in a manufacturing environment, specifically on mixing or blending.

It would be beneficial to hold a valid UK driving licence and have access to your own transport as the company will be relocating to RedScar Industrial Estate in Preston. (On completion of the initial 12 week temporary period and successful probation the company will offer up to £22000 as a permanent salary).

Skills, interests and qualities

To be a Production Operative you should have:

* Good observational skills and ability to work with accurate measurements.

* Patience to carry out repetitive tasks.

* The ability to work quickly to meet production targets.

* Good team working skills and the ability to work on your own.

* The ability to follow strict health and safety guidelines and quality procedures.

* Good standards of personal hygiene and a considerate attitude.
* A willingness to work flexibly.

Apply now with your up to date CV or call Major Recruitment Blackburn office on 01254 920800. You can also register in advance for future vacancies by completing the following registration form.

Production Supervisor

A Production Supervisor with experience of working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment is needed by a growing company in the Blyth area

Reporting to the Production Manager your main duties will be to supervise and lead a production team to ensure production KPIs are met efficiently and ensure optimum machine running. You will also maintain production planning and monitor progress, implement and manage operational policies and procedures, including Health & Safety Risk Assessments and SOP’s and maintain good housekeeping in operational areas.

Other duties will include: –

  • Organise and manage incoming and outgoing stocks
  • Manage rotation of stock and storage space
  • Manage replenishment of shop-floor stock, consumables and liaise with purchasing

Primary Skills

  • Previous Supervisory/Team Leading experience within a demanding fast paced environment
  • Good Organisation skills with a high level of attention to detail
  • Good change management skills
  • Health & Safety Awareness – preferably NEBOSH or IOSH trained
  • Awareness of ISO 9001:2015 / Internal Quality Auditing
  • Good computer skills with working knowledge of Microsoft packages
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

The role is day shift working 37.5 hours per week

This is an excellent opportunity within a growing company. Please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now if you would like more information or would like to take advantage of this exciting opportunity

Warehouse Store Operator

Major Recruitment are currently recruiting for warehouse operatives for our client – the UK’s leading supplier of aluminium glazing systems and bespoke aluminium extrusions based in Bristol.

Main Duties: Job Specific Tasks

  • Ensure that customer orders are picked in a safe and timely manner;
  • Ensure that all reasonable instructions from your Supervisor / Manager are completed;
  • Ensure that all stock is handled safely and so as not to cause any damage to either the product or the facilities;
  • Ensure that all orders when picked are presented to the highest possible standards;
  • Ensure that any damaged product is reported and isolated to ensure that it is not sent to the customer;
  • Co-operate with the checker to ensure that any picking errors are rectified prior to the goods leaving the building.

Main Duties: Health & Safety

  • Ensure that your working environment is kept clean and hazard free at all times;
  • Take responsibility for your health & Safety and that of others;
  • Assist any members of your team where needed;
  • Not to use any machinery unless you have been properly trained to do so;
  • Ensure that all H&S instructions are followed;
  • Immediately report any breaches of Health and Safety.

Working Hours and Salary:-

  • Fixed shifts of days 6.30am-2.30pm and lates 2:30pm – 10:30pm and nights 10:30pm-6.30am
  • £10.33 06:30-1pm
  • £11.36 1pm – 9pm
  • £11.88 9pm – 06:30am

£86.66 Shift attendance bonus payable monthly

  • Overtime may be available

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Production Operative

What’s on offer for the Production Operative?

  • Competitive salary up to £27,500
  • Temporary to Permanent Contract
  • Employee Assistance Programmes
  • Generous holiday entitlement
  • Company Pension Contribution
  • A friendly and supportive team
  • Life Assurance
  • Career progression
  • The chance to work with one of the largest manufacturers in North Yorkshire

My Client is a well-established, brand name manufacturer based in the heart of North Yorkshire. Based across their site, they have seen impressive growth year on year, with further growth plans for 2022. They manufacture their own brand named products, which are supplied into most retailers and hospitality venues in the UK. A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for a number of Production Operatives to join their team on a temporary to permanent basis!

This opportunity gives you the chance to work with one of the most respected companies in the UK. They offer not only an excellent package, but more importantly in today’s world, job security and career progression.

Production Operative Primary Duties: To operate designated machinery to optimum efficiency, whilst maintaining quality standards and achieving production targets.

Production Operative Duties:

  • To operate machinery in line with job specifications
  • Carry our maintenance on machinery as per training
  • To manufacture quality products to agreed standards
  • Accurately record all job runs
  • Complete machine changeovers for each shift
  • To maintain a high standard of personal hygiene
  • Keep work areas tidy at all times
  • Maintain a standard of hygiene of the work area
  • Undertake development as required

Production Operative Role Requirements:

  • Manufacturing experience is essential
  • An FLT Counterbalance Licence is desirable, but not essential.
  • Experience in FMCG or other fast-moving consumer goods environments
  • A good level of English, both written and verbal
  • Able to follow instructions
  • A willingness to learn
  • A team player
  • Self-motivated
  • Deadline focused
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Good eye-hand-foot coordination.
  • Ability to work in varying temperatures, depending upon season.

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