Production Operative

We’re looking for a Production Operative who can ensure accurate and timely production of materials, including filling of machines and packaging/labelling manufactured materials.

This role is based in the production/warehouse areas of the premises.  There will be a requirement to work shift patterns.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Filling of machines, ensuring company Standard Operating Procedures are followed at all times.
  • Packaging/labelling manufactured materials to customers agreed specifications.
  • Contributing to the delivery the manufacturing schedule, escalating any issues in a timely manner.
  • Ensure waste is minimised.
  • Ensuring that the working area is clean and free of any hazards.
  • Maintaining standards of health, safety and hygiene in the workplace, ensuring compliance with health and safety guidelines/policy.
  • Ensure that all machinery and equipment is in full working order, and to carry out any basic maintenance procedures.
  • Reporting machine faults to shift supervisor/manager.
  • Attendance and contribution at daily team meetings.
  • Potential to develop into a supervisor role for the packing hall.

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

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