A leading UK company specialising in heat treatment for the Aerospace, Medical and Motorsport industries has a requirement for Operator (s) / Labourer(s).
The Operator (s) / Labourer(s) role involves the use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve hardening or softening of a material, such as glass. Proper heat treating requires precise control over temperature, time held at a certain temperature and cooling rate.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn a highly sought-after skill required by numerous industries worldwide. A £19,000 starting salary is available to a candidate requiring training and full training in this specialised area is available. For applicants possessing previous experience and/or qualifications in this area, a higher salary can be negotiated.
Please note: This role requires shift work, 40 hours per week over a 3-shift rotation pattern that will include weekends every fortnight and an 0700hrs start time. Applicants must therefore have own transport and not be reliant on public transport.
Operator job role
- Stopping off to customers instructions or directions via work instructions from contract review staff or Production supervisor
- Making up of loads under direction or following basic principles
- Cleaning of work treated (post treatment aqueous wash; shot blast)
- Finishing operations and the control of delivery condition
- Inspection status including labelling for identification and traceability at both customer level; batch level; and heat level
- Simple plant maintenance including but not limited to; replacement and monitoring of C02 cylinders; periodic cleaning of ancillary plant such as shunts and duct work
- Housekeeping maintaining suitable levels of tidiness and cleanliness of the work environment including the maintenance of gangways and the appropriate use of lifting and transport aids (trolleys and forklifts)
- Carry out any instruction deemed reasonable as instructed by a senior member of the process management team in line with the role of an Operator
- Use mandatory PPE (baseline overalls and boots; and PPE directed by any member of the Senior Management team
- Do not use plant or equipment that you are unfamiliar with
- Observe all policies in line with the function or operation of the plant and product realisation (processing) including but not limited to
- Leaving the site without permission during paid break
- Use of attendance swipe cards and t cards roll call
- Smoking Policy
- Breaks policy
- Reporting absenteeism or none attendance to your shift
- Observing all arrangements for the safe access and egress to the site including the use of the car park / walkways / entrances and speed limits
- (Reference Employment Manual displayed in the Staff Canteen)