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Trainee Engineer - Blow Moulder
SALARY: £24,650 Starting Salary + Package.
ALTERNATIVE JOB TITLES: Junior Blow-moulding machine setter, Setter-Blow Moulder, Engineer-Blow Moulding, Trainee Continuous Extrusion Blow Moulder, Blow Mould Technician, Blow Mould Operator, Engineer, Trainee Engineer
Our client is one of the World's leading manufacturer of packaging solutions with an annual turnover exceeding £1Bn, employing in excess of 10,000 people across 19 countries. 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 facilities and, importantly, having a well trained and motivated workforce.
Our Client is recruiting for a Trainee Blow-Moulding machine setter to their well established team in the Corby facility from where they manufacture injection moulded containers. The role offers great training - a structured 20 week training period - after which you will be required to work a continental shift system. When fully trained the successful candidate will be responsible for;
*Assume responsibility for the performance of production equipment
*Job change machines
*Tool change machines
*Maximise run time of allocated production lines
*Effectively set the machines to minimise material wastage
Our client is looking for strong team player possessing the following attributes;
*A desire to learn the blow moulding process
*Happy to work permanent shift system
*Confident personable approach to working in a team
The Package -
Salary £21,500-£23,500 (Depending on Experience) whilst training, raising to a minimum of £23,500 after training
Structured 20 week training program.
Training on days then onto Continental shifts
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