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Factory Worker/Machine Operative- Nights
ALTERNATIVE JOB TITLES: Factory Worker, Machine Operative, Process Worker, Semi-skilled operative, Process Operatives
SALARY: £19,200 (rising when fully trained to £21,500) + Overtime. Rate of pay starts at £9.59 per hour increasing to £10.75ph after initial training - normally a 10-12 week period. With further staged increases the next being £11.64 with other increases up to +£12.86ph as skill set develops.
PACKAGE: Includes attendance bonus of up to £500, 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, Pension, Healthcare cashback scheme, etc.
CONTRACT TYPE: Permanent with Client from start
HOURS: 10.00pm - 6.00am Mon - Thur. 6.00pm - 12.00pm midnight Fri. 38.50 hours per week
Our Northamptonshire based client is the UK's leading independent manufacturer of packaging products. They have earned a deserved reputation for the quality of both their products and service. They have achieved this by continually investing in cutting edge technology within their production facility and, importantly, having a well-trained and motivated workforce.
Due to continued expansion they now require additional Process Operatives to join their nightshift team. Working as a part of a ten person team you will initially begin as a stacker feeder, but will quickly learn all the other additional roles within the cell required to successfully manufacture packaging. The more you learn the better rewarded you will be - the hourly rate will increase from £9.59 by increments as you successfully master new skills.
Our client is looking for strong team player with the desire to learn and forge a career. Experience within a manufacturing/production environment would be advantageous.
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Mana Resourcing is a specialist recruitment company working within the Engineering, Sales, IT and Commercial sectors. We are established to service and support the recruitment requirements of modern businesses and candidates alike.
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