Production Operative

  • Eye £8.72 - £13.08 per hour Type of Job: Temporary

Staffline is recruiting for a Production Operative for this busy poultry production warehouse in Eye, Suffolk.

The rate of pay is: £8.72 per hour.

Overtime is available and paid at £13.08 per hour.

Shift times are fixed, and the hours of work are:

- Monday to Friday
- 5.55am to 15.55pm

You will be required to be flexible to meet the demands of the business

Your Time at Work

As a Production Operative, you will be:

- Deboning and trimming poultry
- Packing fresh meat into trays
- Hanging chicken carcasses
- Applying trussing bands
- Work in a cold environment

Our Perfect Worker

Our ideal Production Operative should be comfortable handling raw meat products, working in a chilled environment and standing for long periods.

No previous experience is necessary as full training will be provided.

Key Information and Benefits

- Earn £8.72 p/h
- Overtime available and paid at £13.08 p/h
- Fixed shifts Monday to Friday - 5.55am to 15.55pm
- Subsidised canteen on site
- Free car parking
- Good links to public transport
- PPE provided
- Full training provided
- Temp to perm opportunity
- Career progression opportunities

About Staffline

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.

Please note that our job adverts are correct at the time of publication, but some details and job responsibilities are subject to change.

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First posted ( September 7th, 2020 )