Our client offers the broadest selection of fabric-based conveyor belts, plastic modular belts and power transmission belts available in the industry. Combined with a comprehensive service centre network our client offers an unrivalled solution to various belting needs.
Formed in 1946 our client is the global leader in belting and remains a family-owned corporation, based in Switzerland, which has over 3,300 employees worldwide.
As part of such a successful international organisation, we're able to attract the best people worldwide, capable of producing innovative solutions to meet the needs of potential clients.
Job Type: Temporary leading to permanent for the right candidate
Job Title: Assembly Operative
Hours: (Days) 07:30 - 16:00 - (After the training period you will move on to rotating shifts as below)
07:00 - 15:15/11:15 - 19:30
Pay rate: £8.72 to £10.72 per hour
Reports to: Fabrication/Operations manager
Our client is looking for a candidate with a proven track record of working in a manufacturing environment and has the knowledge of various different machine operations, along with the use of hand tools and understanding of reading from technical drawings.
- Prepare and cut belts to customer specifications within a production environment.
- To work as a member of the fabrication team, consistently providing high quality products on time, ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction both internal and external.
- Maintain the workplace and all stock in an orderly and safe manner, giving full consideration to Health & Safety/COSHH legislation.
- Preparation and joining of conveyor/drive and transfer belts in line with quality requirements and standards identified during initial training and specified in technical manuals.
- Ensure all relevant quality records are completed, with sign off where required within the production area.
- Actively participate in process improvement initiatives.
- Maintain to the highest standard all equipment and tools.
- Carry out any reasonable request from your supervisor/Manager.
- Prioritising own production workload.
- Where required moving from machine to machine to help with customer requirements.
- Identifying potential safety hazards and responding accordingly.
- Working within a production environment.
- Knowledge of CNC operation
- Machine feeding
- Use of small hand tools such as: Tape meausres, Screw drivers, Saws.
- Able to read from basic technical drawings
- Assembly operation
Knowledge skills & Attributes:
- Must be able to work under own supervision.
- Must be proactive and look for continuous improvement opportunities.
- Normal hours of work are a total of 39 hours per week.
- Standard working hours will be determined by the shift pattern worked.
- Must have excellent communication skills and be detailed and methodical in approach to tasks.
- Assist with training of less experienced colleagues and customers if required.