***Required: A new Trainee Production Operative to work for my client
Tell me more about the role…
You will be responsible for executing the daily blending plan as set out by the production planning and logistics schedule.
Ensuring that activities are conducted in a safe and efficient manner, following company process and maintaining quality.
You’ll be based in the company’s Stanford Le Hope Laboratory and you’ll report to the Blending Team Leader.
The standard working hours for this role are 3-weekly shift pattern (earlies: 5am -13:30pm, lates: 13:00pm – 21:30pm and nights 21:00pm – 5:30am).
What experience do I need?
My client wants someone who can read written instructions and follow them.
You’ll also need to have experience of a production environment (ideally fuel but not necessary).
In addition, you’ll need the following:
– Physical robustness with ability to work on a shift pattern
– Understanding of health and safety
– Attention to detail
– The interest in being an appointed fire marshall
We need you to be able to work in all weather conditions and be able to do a physical job.
If you’ve got all of that, then you could be perfect for this Trainee Production Operative role and we’d love to see your CV.
Please note: You’ll need to be able to drive to this labortaory due to lack of public transport. Please do not apply if you cannot drive.
What can I earn?
This Trainee Production Operative position offers an attractive basic salary of £34,000 per annum.
In addition you’ll get other benefits which include the following:
– 25 days holiday + bank holiday
– Career progression
– Salary reviews
Tell me a bit about the hiring company…
Established in 2000, they are a world-class customs bonded facility specialising in bespoke fuels blending and storage services.
They provide a responsive, quality service focused on their customers needs, providing specialised fuel blends backed by technical support and in-depth experience.
Their products are supplied to leading customers in the automotive, oil, aerospace and related industries.
Their blending facility is purpose-built to produce a very diverse range of fuels, to much tighter specifications and with substantially lower tolerances than typical commodity fuels, all at the highest level of space operation and lowest environmental impact.
They’re a company that people want to work for because they value career progression and put the health and wellbeing of staff first.
Is there anything else I should know?
This role is suitable for graduates with a degree in a related or relevant discipline and in it you’ll be needed to work shifts in unsociable hours. Full details of how this will work will be revealed at interview.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
If you think you’re the perfect fit for this Trainee Production Operative role, then click the ‘Apply Now’ button, send us your CV and we’ll consider you for the first round of interviews.
You could be right for this Trainee Production Operative position if you’ve previously worked as any of the following: Production Operative, Chemical Process Engineer or as a Blending Operative.