Staffline is recruiting for a Food Production Operative to work 12-hour shifts in Nottingham.
The rate of pay is from £8.72 per hour up to £10.26 per hour.
You'll work 12-hour shifts, from 6am to 6pm, in a pattern of 3-on-4-off and then 4-on-3-off.
Your Time at Work
As a Food Production Operative at this site, you'll work to produce and pack pizzas.
You'll stand at the production line for long periods, completing the following tasks:
Putting pizza bases on the production lines
Spreading and adding ingredients
Packing pizzas into boxes
Making sure thee production line has a constant supply of ingredients
Adjusting the conveyor belt speed, when trained to do so
Checking instruments such as temperature gauges, at regular intervals
Our Perfect Worker
Ideally, our perfect worker has a good level of English and can work well as part of a team.
No previous experience is necessary as you'll receive full training.
Key Information and Benefits
- Earn £8.72 to £10.26 p/h
- Shifts are 6am to 6pm
- Full-time applications only
- Canteen on site
- Car parking on site
- Good links to public transport
- PPE provided
- Temp to perm opportunity
- Modern working environment
Staffline is the biggest recruiter in the UK and Ireland, and we believe in putting people first. Every day, we help tens of thousands of people find work in logistics, food, transport, retail, and agriculture. We can do the same for you.
We listen to the needs of our workers and always aim to offer flexible shift work and opportunities for overtime, as we know these are important to you.
Each of our locations has dedicated 24-hour OnSite support, so you can always speak to a Staffline representative. Staffline is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
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First posted ( August 27th, 2020 )