Production Compounder

We are looking for a self-motivated person to join our manufacturing team as a Production Compounder, to ensure efficient, safe and accurate use of production machinery and equipment.

Duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Weigh and measure raw materials in the proper amounts following the formula given.
  • Verify pre-weighted raw materials before use
  • Mix chemicals according to formula
  • Follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Set up machines at the beginning of shift to ensure proper working order
  • Perform testing procedures to ensure that machines work optimally during the production procedures
  • Maintain and clean machines before and after each shift
  • Undertake forklift truck duties as required, ensuring daily safety checks are conducted thoroughly and company guidelines observed
  • Ensure all stock is stored, handled and transported securely and in line with company procedures
  • Provide a professional, courteous and efficient service to all customers

For a full job description, list of responsibilities and ideal skill set, please email

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