Opportunities for overtime are available with this Food Production Role in Blackburn. Apply today and earn £8.91 per hour and receive full training at our client's busy cake production site.
Staffline is recruiting for a Food Production Operative to work in Blackburn.
The rate of pay is £8.91 per hour.
The hours of work are:
- 6am to 2pm
- 2pm to 10pm
You will be required to work these shifts Monday to Friday, but be flexible to meet the demands of the business
Your Time at Work
As a Food Production Operative at this site, you will work on a fast-paced production line to pack food products.
You may also be required to assist with the production and decoration of baked goods.
This role involves standing on your feet for long periods.
Our Perfect Worker
Our ideal Food Production Operative is comfortable standing at a production line for most of the shift.
No previous experience is necessary as full training is provided.
Key Information and Benefits
- Earn £8.91 p/h
- Shifts: 6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm
- OnSite support from Staffline
- Canteen on site
- Free car parking on site
- Good links to public transport
- PPE provided
- Full training provided
- Opportunities for overtime
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 ( April 26th, 2021 )