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    • plymouth, south west
    • temporary
    • £10.15 - £10.15, per hour, pension, shift allowance
    • bd medical hq
    Material ControllerWould you like to work in a clean and welcoming environment for a progressive international company with an excellent reputation in the local market?Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Beliver, Plymouth, you would get involved in all aspects of the production quality cycle from inspection to quality control compliance, honing your quality assurance and administration skills in a manufacturing setting. BenefitsCompetitive rates of payFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshmentsOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.15 PER HOUR Plus Additional overtime Overtime for any hours worked outside your allocated shift patternDays: 08:30AM-16:30PM Responsibilities:Material Controller for Raw materials - metrics to include; SAP metrics, inventory projections, inventory turns, inventory value, stock out, stock versus safety stock.Maintain inventories of designated materials to support the production plan, via SAP and supporting processes.Convert and maintain MRP requirements and process the requirements into purchase orders for Raw Materials.Monitor purchase order performance to ensure materials arrive on time and at the right price.Maintenance of the SAP system's Purchasing Master Data, for pricing, sourcing, listing and de-listing and regularly review stocking rules for all Raw Materials.Support Supply Chain Leader with vendor supply / quality / claims issues.Support change process, material phase in and out.Support Finance and Company Procurement with the yearly budgeting process.Develop analyses and reports as requiredSupport the SSC with the processing of invoice queries and blocked invoices.Support QA in the Quality Standards for all purchased raw materials.Conduct Vendor interface for Raw Materials, specially scheduling. Material handling issues and forward planning.Work closely with the Planners for forward demand placed via APO and TORR and to schedule requirements being input into SAP to drive MRPMonitor operation of Supplier Kanbans - make adjustments as necessary to ensure cost effective continuity of supply.Support Company Procurement with any cost saving initiatives.Support Projects with the set-up of the Supply Chain for new materials, ensuring compliance to Supplier Management. Requirements:Excellent level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, process-driven, focused and pro-activeAbility to work with minimum supervisionA drive for continuous improvement and willingness to identify with BD ValuesGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityApplicants must be computer literate.Working knowledge of SAP - MRP - APO - TORRExperience of working in a supply chain/logistics environmentMicrosoft office application, predominantly ExcelIdeally a procurement background, either in manufacturing or facilities management. If you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role, bdplymouth@randstad.co.uk Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
    Material ControllerWould you like to work in a clean and welcoming environment for a progressive international company with an excellent reputation in the local market?Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Beliver, Plymouth, you would get involved in all aspects of the production quality cycle from inspection to quality control compliance, honing your quality assurance and administration skills in a manufacturing setting. BenefitsCompetitive rates of payFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshmentsOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.15 PER HOUR Plus Additional overtime Overtime for any hours worked outside your allocated shift patternDays: 08:30AM-16:30PM Responsibilities:Material Controller for Raw materials - metrics to include; SAP metrics, inventory projections, inventory turns, inventory value, stock out, stock versus safety stock.Maintain inventories of designated materials to support the production plan, via SAP and supporting processes.Convert and maintain MRP requirements and process the requirements into purchase orders for Raw Materials.Monitor purchase order performance to ensure materials arrive on time and at the right price.Maintenance of the SAP system's Purchasing Master Data, for pricing, sourcing, listing and de-listing and regularly review stocking rules for all Raw Materials.Support Supply Chain Leader with vendor supply / quality / claims issues.Support change process, material phase in and out.Support Finance and Company Procurement with the yearly budgeting process.Develop analyses and reports as requiredSupport the SSC with the processing of invoice queries and blocked invoices.Support QA in the Quality Standards for all purchased raw materials.Conduct Vendor interface for Raw Materials, specially scheduling. Material handling issues and forward planning.Work closely with the Planners for forward demand placed via APO and TORR and to schedule requirements being input into SAP to drive MRPMonitor operation of Supplier Kanbans - make adjustments as necessary to ensure cost effective continuity of supply.Support Company Procurement with any cost saving initiatives.Support Projects with the set-up of the Supply Chain for new materials, ensuring compliance to Supplier Management. Requirements:Excellent level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, process-driven, focused and pro-activeAbility to work with minimum supervisionA drive for continuous improvement and willingness to identify with BD ValuesGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityApplicants must be computer literate.Working knowledge of SAP - MRP - APO - TORRExperience of working in a supply chain/logistics environmentMicrosoft office application, predominantly ExcelIdeally a procurement background, either in manufacturing or facilities management. If you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role, bdplymouth@randstad.co.uk Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
    • plymouth, south west
    • temp to perm
    • £10.75 - £13.95, per hour, pension, shift allowance
    • bd medical hq
    Would you like to work in a clean and dynamic environment for a progressive international company with excellent reputation on the local market and great temp to perm opportunities? Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Plymouth you would get involved in all aspects of the production cycle from operating moulding machines to quality control to Continuous Improvement, honing your transferable skills in manufacturing.BenefitsFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshments3 on 3 off work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.75-£13.95 per hour £32000Overtime x1.5 - for any hours worked over 40hrs / weekDays: 11:00AM - 23:00PM 3 continuous days on 3 continuous days off or Nights 23:00-11:00 3 continuous days on 3 continuous days off ResponsibilitiesTo prepare, operate and clean moulding / packaging equipment and to meet production targetsTo carry out on-line quality checks to the required standards on finished products and componentsTo follow all standard operating procedures and have knowledge of process control systemsTo handle and store products safely and efficientlyTo meet strict Quality Assurance requirementsTo operate to BDPS standards through procedural and documentation compliance and achieving the highest standards of Good Manufacturing Practice and housekeeping through regular cleaning regimesTo understand and follow all Company PoliciesTo have the flexibility to work within cross-functional teams on any aspect of the packaging operation subject to production requirements and appropriate trainingTo be actively involved and meeting targets for raised Health and Safety, Quality and Continuous Improvement initiativesTo complete process control sheetsTo have the technical aptitude to carry out operator routine maintenanceRequirements:Applicants must be computer literateApplicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years oldThe ideal candidate will haveThe successful candidate should be qualified to level 2 in mechanical or electrical engineering.Good level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, focused and pro-activeGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityIf you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview and the final stage is a group assessment.Due to volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
    Would you like to work in a clean and dynamic environment for a progressive international company with excellent reputation on the local market and great temp to perm opportunities? Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Plymouth you would get involved in all aspects of the production cycle from operating moulding machines to quality control to Continuous Improvement, honing your transferable skills in manufacturing.BenefitsFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshments3 on 3 off work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.75-£13.95 per hour £32000Overtime x1.5 - for any hours worked over 40hrs / weekDays: 11:00AM - 23:00PM 3 continuous days on 3 continuous days off or Nights 23:00-11:00 3 continuous days on 3 continuous days off ResponsibilitiesTo prepare, operate and clean moulding / packaging equipment and to meet production targetsTo carry out on-line quality checks to the required standards on finished products and componentsTo follow all standard operating procedures and have knowledge of process control systemsTo handle and store products safely and efficientlyTo meet strict Quality Assurance requirementsTo operate to BDPS standards through procedural and documentation compliance and achieving the highest standards of Good Manufacturing Practice and housekeeping through regular cleaning regimesTo understand and follow all Company PoliciesTo have the flexibility to work within cross-functional teams on any aspect of the packaging operation subject to production requirements and appropriate trainingTo be actively involved and meeting targets for raised Health and Safety, Quality and Continuous Improvement initiativesTo complete process control sheetsTo have the technical aptitude to carry out operator routine maintenanceRequirements:Applicants must be computer literateApplicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years oldThe ideal candidate will haveThe successful candidate should be qualified to level 2 in mechanical or electrical engineering.Good level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, focused and pro-activeGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityIf you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview and the final stage is a group assessment.Due to volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
    • plymouth, south west
    • temporary
    • £12.97 per hour
    • bd medical hq
    Would you like to work in a clean and dynamic environment for a progressive international company with excellent reputation on the local market and great temp to perm opportunities? Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Plymouth you would be required to use your skills as a Flexographic Printer to support the business BenefitsFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshmentsMonday-Friday work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: Monday - Friday 15:00pm - 23:00pm £12.97 per hour Responsibilities Safe and efficient operation of Mark Andy/Edale Printing Presses and the associated Slit and rewind machines and materials. Flexographic Printing experience essential Knowledge of Pre-Press/Print Plate making preferred. Perform all duties assigned by Leaders as and where necessary. To be aware of the required quality standards in the work areas allocated and be capable of performing to the required acceptable quality levels. To be able to recognise sub-standard product and report it to the Supervisor. Work efficiently and co-operate with Leaders, Technicians and fellow associates at all times to meet required production targets Be familiar with products and operational procedures. Maintain equipment and allocated work areas in a clean and safe condition at all times. Must confirm to the hygiene requirements specified on those allocated work areas. Performs all manufacturing operations involving optimum observation of environmental and Good Manufacturing Practice requirements to meet Company expectations and customer satisfaction. To maintain logs and records as required in connection with the process. Requirements:Applicants must be computer literateApplicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years oldThe ideal candidate will haveGood level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, focused and pro-activeGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityIf you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview.Due to volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
    Would you like to work in a clean and dynamic environment for a progressive international company with excellent reputation on the local market and great temp to perm opportunities? Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Plymouth you would be required to use your skills as a Flexographic Printer to support the business BenefitsFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshmentsMonday-Friday work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: Monday - Friday 15:00pm - 23:00pm £12.97 per hour Responsibilities Safe and efficient operation of Mark Andy/Edale Printing Presses and the associated Slit and rewind machines and materials. Flexographic Printing experience essential Knowledge of Pre-Press/Print Plate making preferred. Perform all duties assigned by Leaders as and where necessary. To be aware of the required quality standards in the work areas allocated and be capable of performing to the required acceptable quality levels. To be able to recognise sub-standard product and report it to the Supervisor. Work efficiently and co-operate with Leaders, Technicians and fellow associates at all times to meet required production targets Be familiar with products and operational procedures. Maintain equipment and allocated work areas in a clean and safe condition at all times. Must confirm to the hygiene requirements specified on those allocated work areas. Performs all manufacturing operations involving optimum observation of environmental and Good Manufacturing Practice requirements to meet Company expectations and customer satisfaction. To maintain logs and records as required in connection with the process. Requirements:Applicants must be computer literateApplicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years oldThe ideal candidate will haveGood level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, focused and pro-activeGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityIf you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview.Due to volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.

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