We have an exciting opportunity available for Production Operatives to join our team based in Irlam, Manchester. We are looking for Operatives across all our day and night shifts. These are temporary contracts and the roles are full time, working 42 hours per week on a 4 on/ 4 off pattern (6am-6pm day shifts/ 6pm-6am night shifts)
Kingsland Drinks is a well-established premier independent UK supplier of wine and spirits specialising in providing a complete category solution.
The Production Operative Role
As Production Operative you will be working on our lines, taking ownership of our products and delivering the best quality to all our customers.
The role of Production Operative requires reliable, proactive, self-motivated individuals. Reporting to both the Shift Manager and Shift Co-Coordinator, you will become part of a team ensuring the productive and efficient running of lines in Hall A. Our Production Operatives work as part of a close-knit team and sees individuals taking responsibility for various processes within the manufacturing environment. As such, training will be provided where necessary.
Key responsibilities as our Production Operative will include:
To be proficient in the operation of all machinery on all lines
To carry out thorough and accurate risk assessments as and when required
In conjunction with the engineers carry out accurate and timely machine changeovers
To liaise and work with the Engineering department regarding changeovers, line defects and machine faults
To ensure all documentation and record systems are maintained to high standards daily in accordance with ISO 9001:2000
To carry out on line Quality Control checks to ensure product is bottled to the highest possible quality standards and complies with all Customs & Excise trading standards requirements
To ensure packaging materials are in place and meet specification for all production runs
To maintain high standards of department hygiene in accordance with the expectations of a food manufacturing environment
Skills required as our Production Operative:
Able to communicate at all levels
Able to maintain a high level of discipline associated with the daily compliance of hygiene standards and the safe operation of factory equipment
PC/IT skills sufficient to meet the operational requirements
Good general education - G.C.S.E as a minimum
Ability to work as part of a team
Filling experience is desirable but not essential
Experience of good manufacturing practice and modern manufacturing techniques to enhance manufacturing performance is desirable
Benefits of becoming our Production Operative:
- Annual bonus scheme - Discretionary based on KPI's
- Training and development
- Health Shield - After 12 months service
- Pension – company contribution in line with AE
- Generous holiday entitlement
- Company day holiday
- Vouchers and wine at Christmas
- Staff Discounted Shop
- Free on-site car parking
If you think you have what it takes to become one of our Production Operatives then click apply now! We’d love to hear from you!