Production / Machine Operator - URGENT role, Barnwood
This is a temporary position posted by Devonshire Appointments
Production / Machine Operator - URGENT
Location: Barnwood, United Kingdom
Type of Employment:temporary, full time ~37 hours each week
Salary Amount: GBP £15600
Description: Job from: Devonshire Appointments -
My client is a global print solutions company and I am looking for Production / Machine operators for long term temporary assignments.
There is a possibility of temp to perm for candidates who excel in the role.
The role entails;
Setting up a computerised printer from a job card
Running the job
Working within a team
QA checking and amending errors where found
The ideal candidate will have the following skills;
A good standard of English both written and verbal
Attention to detail
The role involves standing for most of the shift and some lifting so you must be physically able to complete the tasks
Shifts - A rolling four week shift pattern including nights
Due to the shift pattern and location you will need transport
Listed on: 18/01/2018
Ends on: 15/02/2018
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Some useful things would be:
A dogged, tough and insistent temperament
Great attention to detail
Perform other ad-hoc functions as needed
Have a helpful attitude
A good colleague, capable enough to form practical collaborative rapport with colleagues