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      • kidlington, south east
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as a Culture Media Scientist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!The purpose of this role is to conduct scientific work, to support the development and production of animal myoblasts or adipocytes from stem cells to replace muscle or fat grown in animals. As a scientist you will join our clients Cell Biology Team. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Benefits: Competitive SalaryBrand spanking new HQYearly bonusPrivate Medical HealthcareInvesting in your personal developmentBeing part of a high energy and fun teamFun events throughout the yearEndless dinner party job talk storiesFree snacks! Responsibilities: Develop, optimise, and characterise cell culture medium to maximise conversion into muscle or fat cellsOptimise protocols to enhance proliferation of primary stem cells in vitroDesign, plan, and execute complex R&D experiments ensuring that deliverables are successfully met within timelinesDocument research findings clearly in an electronic lab bookCommunicate regularly in group meetings and prepare and deliver presentations to project team and internal stakeholdersAlong with team members, provide routine laboratory maintenance, including participating in equipment upkeep, cleaning rotas and laboratory consumables stock managementShared responsibility for out-of-hours cell culture maintenanceEnsure that laboratory health, safety and quality procedures are followedSelect, follow, and adapt experimental protocols and generate laboratory SOPsSupport the preparation of laboratory risk assessments and maintenance of health and safety protocolsMaintain the confidentiality of the project and protocolsKeep abreast of current technologies and relevant scientific literature to help identify opportunities for improvements and reduction of costsQualifications:PhD in Life Sciences, Biotechnology, or related field.Two years of post-doctoral experience, in cell biology, and process development, preferably gained in industry or in an academic-industrial collaborationEssential Experience: Extensive experience in cell process development, with deep knowledge of cell biology and cell metabolism / biochemistryProven experience in cell culture, including serum free culture medium evaluation and screening, culture characterisation and process optimisationSkilled in troubleshooting and conducting multi-factorial experimentsAbility to apply mathematical characterisation to biological processesExcellent numeracy, computer, and communication skillsAbility to work independently and as part of growing team Desirable Experience: Stem and primary cell cultureSuspension or 3D cell cultureExperience in the application of 'omics to process design and optimisationProven experience in statistical experimental design, data analysis and multi-step optimisationMetabolic analysis and optimisation of cell culture medium and processesExperience of writing SOPs and risk assessments Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as a Culture Media Scientist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!The purpose of this role is to conduct scientific work, to support the development and production of animal myoblasts or adipocytes from stem cells to replace muscle or fat grown in animals. As a scientist you will join our clients Cell Biology Team. This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Benefits: Competitive SalaryBrand spanking new HQYearly bonusPrivate Medical HealthcareInvesting in your personal developmentBeing part of a high energy and fun teamFun events throughout the yearEndless dinner party job talk storiesFree snacks! Responsibilities: Develop, optimise, and characterise cell culture medium to maximise conversion into muscle or fat cellsOptimise protocols to enhance proliferation of primary stem cells in vitroDesign, plan, and execute complex R&D experiments ensuring that deliverables are successfully met within timelinesDocument research findings clearly in an electronic lab bookCommunicate regularly in group meetings and prepare and deliver presentations to project team and internal stakeholdersAlong with team members, provide routine laboratory maintenance, including participating in equipment upkeep, cleaning rotas and laboratory consumables stock managementShared responsibility for out-of-hours cell culture maintenanceEnsure that laboratory health, safety and quality procedures are followedSelect, follow, and adapt experimental protocols and generate laboratory SOPsSupport the preparation of laboratory risk assessments and maintenance of health and safety protocolsMaintain the confidentiality of the project and protocolsKeep abreast of current technologies and relevant scientific literature to help identify opportunities for improvements and reduction of costsQualifications:PhD in Life Sciences, Biotechnology, or related field.Two years of post-doctoral experience, in cell biology, and process development, preferably gained in industry or in an academic-industrial collaborationEssential Experience: Extensive experience in cell process development, with deep knowledge of cell biology and cell metabolism / biochemistryProven experience in cell culture, including serum free culture medium evaluation and screening, culture characterisation and process optimisationSkilled in troubleshooting and conducting multi-factorial experimentsAbility to apply mathematical characterisation to biological processesExcellent numeracy, computer, and communication skillsAbility to work independently and as part of growing team Desirable Experience: Stem and primary cell cultureSuspension or 3D cell cultureExperience in the application of 'omics to process design and optimisationProven experience in statistical experimental design, data analysis and multi-step optimisationMetabolic analysis and optimisation of cell culture medium and processesExperience of writing SOPs and risk assessments Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • telford, west midlands
      • contract
      • £28,000 - £30,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Quality Systems SpecialistTelford£30000 annual salary Randstad are delighted to be working alongside a multinational food company, and a household name, who are recruiting for a Quality Systems Specialist on an ongoing contract basis, in Telford.Main Duties:Drive Quality Standards through continuous review and improvement of the Quality Systems.Maintaining accreditations to internal and external manufacturing standards.Facilitate the move from paper-based systems to electronic ones.Updating of manual systems to embrace and use technology in an effective and efficient way.Quality and technical issues arising from any stage in the manufacturing process from raw materials through to finished products.Providing the framework and systems to ensure that finished goods quality status is correctly identified and controlled by the business.Improving Quality KPIs to drive change and improvement to reduce incidents and risk to product.Ensure quality standards are defined, communicated and maintained.Experience:An ability to challenge current processes and practices and deliver effective changes.Ability to adapt quickly and positively to change.Confident to make data driven decisions.Educated to degree level in a Science based discipline or relevant industry experience.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      Quality Systems SpecialistTelford£30000 annual salary Randstad are delighted to be working alongside a multinational food company, and a household name, who are recruiting for a Quality Systems Specialist on an ongoing contract basis, in Telford.Main Duties:Drive Quality Standards through continuous review and improvement of the Quality Systems.Maintaining accreditations to internal and external manufacturing standards.Facilitate the move from paper-based systems to electronic ones.Updating of manual systems to embrace and use technology in an effective and efficient way.Quality and technical issues arising from any stage in the manufacturing process from raw materials through to finished products.Providing the framework and systems to ensure that finished goods quality status is correctly identified and controlled by the business.Improving Quality KPIs to drive change and improvement to reduce incidents and risk to product.Ensure quality standards are defined, communicated and maintained.Experience:An ability to challenge current processes and practices and deliver effective changes.Ability to adapt quickly and positively to change.Confident to make data driven decisions.Educated to degree level in a Science based discipline or relevant industry experience.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as a Production Engineer? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We are looking for smart and focused team players to work on preparing our clients final products and assisting in consistently delivering high-quality for our customers. The successful candidate will be conducting experiments on our production processes while completing the established time sensitive production procedures in place. Responsibilities:Preparation of complex formulationsConducting experimental testing of our products under different conditions Protein production using microbial expression systems at bench to pilot scaleQuality control of ingredients and compositions Assisting in downstream processing of the product, including packaging and labellingWork across traditional and high-throughput systems at multiple scalesDesign and implement rigorous data acquisition procedures for QC and mixing processProficient data collection, data management and inventory management of our products through QMSEssential lab maintenance to allow smooth day-to-day operations of the production Experience: Educational background in biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry or bioengineering Considerable amount of industry experience from biologics or protein manufacturingExperience in GLP, GMP and ISO22000 is preferable.Knowledgeable about protein production and purification at bench to pilot scaleExperience with major lab equipment including plate readers, freeze-drier, spray-drier and autoclavesExperience with cell culture is a plusExperience in formulation or media manufacturing is a plusIndustry experience in quality control is a plusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as a Production Engineer? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We are looking for smart and focused team players to work on preparing our clients final products and assisting in consistently delivering high-quality for our customers. The successful candidate will be conducting experiments on our production processes while completing the established time sensitive production procedures in place. Responsibilities:Preparation of complex formulationsConducting experimental testing of our products under different conditions Protein production using microbial expression systems at bench to pilot scaleQuality control of ingredients and compositions Assisting in downstream processing of the product, including packaging and labellingWork across traditional and high-throughput systems at multiple scalesDesign and implement rigorous data acquisition procedures for QC and mixing processProficient data collection, data management and inventory management of our products through QMSEssential lab maintenance to allow smooth day-to-day operations of the production Experience: Educational background in biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry or bioengineering Considerable amount of industry experience from biologics or protein manufacturingExperience in GLP, GMP and ISO22000 is preferable.Knowledgeable about protein production and purification at bench to pilot scaleExperience with major lab equipment including plate readers, freeze-drier, spray-drier and autoclavesExperience with cell culture is a plusExperience in formulation or media manufacturing is a plusIndustry experience in quality control is a plusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as a Production Manager? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!This role will drive production competency to enable cost effective translation of R&D discovery into a pilot-plant scale. The successful candidate will be a natural leader, and will establish a smooth production process while ensuring the safety of our product to consistently deliver value for our customers. Responsibilities:Manage day to day production activitiesEstablish our clients powder and liquid mixing capabilities at larger scalesSupervise and assist in scaling protein production using microbial expression systems at bench- to pilot-scale, overseeing the upstream processesSupervise personnel for executing weekly fermentation schedules at 2L-50L scaleOverseeing the quality control of ingredients, compositions and equipmentOverseeing the downstream processing of the product, including freeze-drying, packaging, labelling and ensuring product safetyWork across traditional and high-throughput systems at multiple scalesBuilding out an efficient food-safe system aligned with FSSC 22000Implement and oversee rigorous documentation for QC and mixing processesManage production inventoryContinuously improve operational workflow by monitoring efficiency and quality of each step of the process, including equipment, personnel, resources and performance reportingExperience: Educational background in bioprocess engineering, chemical engineering, biochemistry, biotechnology or bioengineeringSignificant expertise in commercial biotechnology, pharmaceutical powder mixing or food protein manufacturing at bench- to pilot-scale Experience as a technical leader in process development and optimisation of downstream recovery and purification, with expertise in a broad range of relevant unit operations and separations technologiesFamiliarity with centrifugation, cross flow filtration, and spray drying a plusExperience with major production steps including lyophilisation, mixing and different QC methodsExperience in establishing and/or overseeing food GMP based on GFSI guidelines is a plusExperience with ISO22000 and pharma cGMP is a plusGood communication skills and be comfortable with handling simultaneous tasksRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as a Production Manager? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!This role will drive production competency to enable cost effective translation of R&D discovery into a pilot-plant scale. The successful candidate will be a natural leader, and will establish a smooth production process while ensuring the safety of our product to consistently deliver value for our customers. Responsibilities:Manage day to day production activitiesEstablish our clients powder and liquid mixing capabilities at larger scalesSupervise and assist in scaling protein production using microbial expression systems at bench- to pilot-scale, overseeing the upstream processesSupervise personnel for executing weekly fermentation schedules at 2L-50L scaleOverseeing the quality control of ingredients, compositions and equipmentOverseeing the downstream processing of the product, including freeze-drying, packaging, labelling and ensuring product safetyWork across traditional and high-throughput systems at multiple scalesBuilding out an efficient food-safe system aligned with FSSC 22000Implement and oversee rigorous documentation for QC and mixing processesManage production inventoryContinuously improve operational workflow by monitoring efficiency and quality of each step of the process, including equipment, personnel, resources and performance reportingExperience: Educational background in bioprocess engineering, chemical engineering, biochemistry, biotechnology or bioengineeringSignificant expertise in commercial biotechnology, pharmaceutical powder mixing or food protein manufacturing at bench- to pilot-scale Experience as a technical leader in process development and optimisation of downstream recovery and purification, with expertise in a broad range of relevant unit operations and separations technologiesFamiliarity with centrifugation, cross flow filtration, and spray drying a plusExperience with major production steps including lyophilisation, mixing and different QC methodsExperience in establishing and/or overseeing food GMP based on GFSI guidelines is a plusExperience with ISO22000 and pharma cGMP is a plusGood communication skills and be comfortable with handling simultaneous tasksRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as a Cell Biologist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We're looking for someone who is excited about applying the latest advancements from cell biology and engineering biology to work on accelerating the future of the food industry.Responsibilities:Cell culture media development and optimisationCell/tissue culture techniques including thawing, passaging, freezing, and single-cell cloningDeveloping tools and protocols to characterise the growth, differentiation and phenotypic traits of various cell linesDeveloping and validating functional cell based assays for media ingredientsWorks across traditional and high throughput cell culture platforms at multiple scalesSet up and execute experiments, independently or with help from the team for complex experimentsRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataProficient data collection, management, and interpretationEssential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operations Experience: Background in cell biology, synthetic biology, molecular biology, biochemistry or bioengineering Experience with cell culturing, aseptic techniques and lab equipment including biosafety cabinets, incubators, autoclaves, and microscopesExperience with cell culture media developmentBackground in tissue engineering, cell therapy, and muscle biology backgrounds is a plus.Experience with functional cell based assays Experience with gene expression assays, immunofluorescence and basic histochemistry staining techniques for cell phenotype characterisationExperience with transfection assays and production of stable transfected cell lines is a plusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as a Cell Biologist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We're looking for someone who is excited about applying the latest advancements from cell biology and engineering biology to work on accelerating the future of the food industry.Responsibilities:Cell culture media development and optimisationCell/tissue culture techniques including thawing, passaging, freezing, and single-cell cloningDeveloping tools and protocols to characterise the growth, differentiation and phenotypic traits of various cell linesDeveloping and validating functional cell based assays for media ingredientsWorks across traditional and high throughput cell culture platforms at multiple scalesSet up and execute experiments, independently or with help from the team for complex experimentsRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataProficient data collection, management, and interpretationEssential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operations Experience: Background in cell biology, synthetic biology, molecular biology, biochemistry or bioengineering Experience with cell culturing, aseptic techniques and lab equipment including biosafety cabinets, incubators, autoclaves, and microscopesExperience with cell culture media developmentBackground in tissue engineering, cell therapy, and muscle biology backgrounds is a plus.Experience with functional cell based assays Experience with gene expression assays, immunofluorescence and basic histochemistry staining techniques for cell phenotype characterisationExperience with transfection assays and production of stable transfected cell lines is a plusRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as a Bioprocess Engineer? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic Bioprocess Engineer to join our dynamic team and help drive our efforts forward, and as an early member of the team, you'll play an active role in shaping our clients research direction.Responsibilities:Execute microbial bioreactors runs and purification of recombinant proteinsOptimise culture conditions for both bacterial and yeast-based bioprocessesEstablish robust downstream processes for product purificationDevelop partnerships with CMO/CROs for scaling our bioprocesses beyond in-house abilitiesTake an active role in determining the next steps alongside the project team/leadRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataEssential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operationsExperience: Extensive academic or industrial experience in bioprocessing, biotechnology or chemical engineering Comfortable operating and optimising benchtop bioreactorsComfortable working with bacteria and yeast culturesFamiliar with filtration-based protein purificationComfortable working in a fast-paced and interdisciplinary environment Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as a Bioprocess Engineer? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic Bioprocess Engineer to join our dynamic team and help drive our efforts forward, and as an early member of the team, you'll play an active role in shaping our clients research direction.Responsibilities:Execute microbial bioreactors runs and purification of recombinant proteinsOptimise culture conditions for both bacterial and yeast-based bioprocessesEstablish robust downstream processes for product purificationDevelop partnerships with CMO/CROs for scaling our bioprocesses beyond in-house abilitiesTake an active role in determining the next steps alongside the project team/leadRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataEssential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operationsExperience: Extensive academic or industrial experience in bioprocessing, biotechnology or chemical engineering Comfortable operating and optimising benchtop bioreactorsComfortable working with bacteria and yeast culturesFamiliar with filtration-based protein purificationComfortable working in a fast-paced and interdisciplinary environment Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £30,000 - £38,000 per year
      • randstad cpe
      Are you looking for a new role as an Analytical Chemist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We're looking for someone who is excited about applying the latest advancements from cell biology and engineering biology to work on accelerating the future of the food industry.This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities:Analysis and characterisation of the chemical composition of previously undefined ingredient mixturesPurification, analysis and quantification of protein, carbohydrates and lipidsAnalysis of spent media from mammalian, microbial cell culturesSet up and execute experimentsRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataProficient data collection, management, and interpretation Essential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operations. Experience: PhD or equivalent experience in chemistry, analytical chemistry or biochemistry Extensive experience with LC/MS, GC/MSExperience with spectroscopy techniques Experience with lipid and protein characterisation is a plusComfortable working in a fast-paced and interdisciplinary environmentGood communicator and be comfortable with handling simultaneous tasks Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Are you looking for a new role as an Analytical Chemist? Do you want to work for a business that is growing at a rapid pace with lots of opportunity for the future? If so, this could be the role for you!We're looking for someone who is excited about applying the latest advancements from cell biology and engineering biology to work on accelerating the future of the food industry.This role is offered on a full time permanent basis, with a business that also offers lots of other benefits that will make you feel truly at home whilst at work. Responsibilities:Analysis and characterisation of the chemical composition of previously undefined ingredient mixturesPurification, analysis and quantification of protein, carbohydrates and lipidsAnalysis of spent media from mammalian, microbial cell culturesSet up and execute experimentsRigorous documentation of experimental procedures and dataProficient data collection, management, and interpretation Essential lab maintenance and fundamental molecular biological work to allow smooth day-to-day operations. Experience: PhD or equivalent experience in chemistry, analytical chemistry or biochemistry Extensive experience with LC/MS, GC/MSExperience with spectroscopy techniques Experience with lipid and protein characterisation is a plusComfortable working in a fast-paced and interdisciplinary environmentGood communicator and be comfortable with handling simultaneous tasks Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • edmonton, london
      • temporary
      • £17.08 - £18.98 per hour
      • randstad in house services
      Randstad are currently looking for an experienced microbiologist to start as soon as possible for an ongoing position based at Coca Cola Edmonton.Pay rate; £17.08 per hour for the first 26 weeks then going up to £18.98 per hour.Two Week Shift Pattern; Monday - Thursday 8 hours, with 8 hours on the Sunday, then 8 hours Monday- Friday.You will be working in a fast, agile and ambitious environment, with talented people who really care about what they do. CCEP are hungry for new ideas, so they will always listen to yours. And because they always looking to the future, you'll find plenty of opportunities there too. Your responsibilities will include:Becoming a key member of the site food safety teamPerforming and monitoring food safety related microbiological testsIdentifying trends and opportunities for improvementWork consistently with operational teams to continually develop quality performance and compliance Review Food Safety performance and compliance against existing plansSupport the launch of new sensitive products by execution and coordination of microbiology checksComplete microbiological analysis as part of the investigation into complaints to identify the (potential) source/root cause to enable resolutionCo-ordinate and support site validation activities relating to facility, equipment, hygiene and CIP (Clean in Place) systemsProvide routine and ad-hoc microbiological reports, monitor performance and initiate relevant actions Routinely review microbiology testing data to identify adverse trends Manage and maintain condition and supply of microbiology testing equipment, consumables and laboratory facilitiesEnsure efficiency of laboratory operations by identifying and exploiting new technologiesProvide basic microbiological training to other roles to expand site capabilities and flexibilityPerform internal audits, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) audits and compliance checksSupport other departments as necessarySkills & Essentials: Bachelor degree or equivalent in MicrobiologyPrevious work experience of practical microbiological testing on food productsGood communication skills are essentialMethodical and organisedGood understanding of statistical process control and problem solvingBenefits:Ongoing contract with a possibility of temp to permPaid accrued holidaysWeekly PayAccess to staff shop & CanteenAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much moreFantastic career opportunitiesPlease note this is an agency role working with Randstad based on site at Cola Cola Edmonton but the job role does have the potential to becoming permanent. If this job sounds right for you and you have a thirst for more, please apply now!
      Randstad are currently looking for an experienced microbiologist to start as soon as possible for an ongoing position based at Coca Cola Edmonton.Pay rate; £17.08 per hour for the first 26 weeks then going up to £18.98 per hour.Two Week Shift Pattern; Monday - Thursday 8 hours, with 8 hours on the Sunday, then 8 hours Monday- Friday.You will be working in a fast, agile and ambitious environment, with talented people who really care about what they do. CCEP are hungry for new ideas, so they will always listen to yours. And because they always looking to the future, you'll find plenty of opportunities there too. Your responsibilities will include:Becoming a key member of the site food safety teamPerforming and monitoring food safety related microbiological testsIdentifying trends and opportunities for improvementWork consistently with operational teams to continually develop quality performance and compliance Review Food Safety performance and compliance against existing plansSupport the launch of new sensitive products by execution and coordination of microbiology checksComplete microbiological analysis as part of the investigation into complaints to identify the (potential) source/root cause to enable resolutionCo-ordinate and support site validation activities relating to facility, equipment, hygiene and CIP (Clean in Place) systemsProvide routine and ad-hoc microbiological reports, monitor performance and initiate relevant actions Routinely review microbiology testing data to identify adverse trends Manage and maintain condition and supply of microbiology testing equipment, consumables and laboratory facilitiesEnsure efficiency of laboratory operations by identifying and exploiting new technologiesProvide basic microbiological training to other roles to expand site capabilities and flexibilityPerform internal audits, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) audits and compliance checksSupport other departments as necessarySkills & Essentials: Bachelor degree or equivalent in MicrobiologyPrevious work experience of practical microbiological testing on food productsGood communication skills are essentialMethodical and organisedGood understanding of statistical process control and problem solvingBenefits:Ongoing contract with a possibility of temp to permPaid accrued holidaysWeekly PayAccess to staff shop & CanteenAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much moreFantastic career opportunitiesPlease note this is an agency role working with Randstad based on site at Cola Cola Edmonton but the job role does have the potential to becoming permanent. If this job sounds right for you and you have a thirst for more, please apply now!
      • stowmarket, east of england
      • temporary
      • £10.25 - £12.82 per hour
      • randstad inhouse services
      We are currently recruiting for a Test Engineer / Technician to join our team in Stowmarket on behalf of our client Bosch 'Home and Garden', who's market leading premium products are renowned for advances in user experience, that makes effortless gardening a reality. They are world leaders in bringing game changing, environmentally friendly products to the market specialising in robotic and cordless technology.Working alongside our cross-functional development "user centric" teams you will be able to contribute to theresearch, design and development of the next generation of Bosch garden products, by creating testing prototypesand participating in Design Thinking projects and workshops.Immediate starts available!Benefits:Weekly pay Health & safety training and supportCompetitive salary28 days Annual Leave for the first 12 weeks, increasing to 33 days thereafter.Free onsite parkingRandstad benefits App - Discounts include: Leading supermarket brands, high street retailers, restaurants, cinemas, holidays, hair/beauty, sports/outdoors + many more Employee assistance programmeWorking Hours and Pay Rate:Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week£10.25 TO £12.82 PER HOURResponsibilities:Support all garden segments with testing expertiseContribute to Test/Product Development Engineers' compilation of test plans and proceduresOrganise and undertake test work in accordance with test plansProduce appropriate documentation of results and conclusionsSpecification, manufacture/outsourcing and maintenance of laboratory test rigsEnsure that all development and test areas are operated in accordance with Company Health and Safety practices, with particular emphasis on housekeepingTo seek out developments in technology likely to enable improvements in the cost/performance of the company's productsBuild prototypes Requirements:A keen interest in prototype creation and test rig design and constructionAn ability to follow test plans and collate detailed reports on findings.A hands-on approach with practical skills, working experience of manual machining operations such as milling, turning and fitting advantageous.Strong problem solving with a creative flarePro-active and self-motivatedThis role is to start immediately, Interviews will take place on site in StowmarketIf you tick all the boxes then why not apply today!
      We are currently recruiting for a Test Engineer / Technician to join our team in Stowmarket on behalf of our client Bosch 'Home and Garden', who's market leading premium products are renowned for advances in user experience, that makes effortless gardening a reality. They are world leaders in bringing game changing, environmentally friendly products to the market specialising in robotic and cordless technology.Working alongside our cross-functional development "user centric" teams you will be able to contribute to theresearch, design and development of the next generation of Bosch garden products, by creating testing prototypesand participating in Design Thinking projects and workshops.Immediate starts available!Benefits:Weekly pay Health & safety training and supportCompetitive salary28 days Annual Leave for the first 12 weeks, increasing to 33 days thereafter.Free onsite parkingRandstad benefits App - Discounts include: Leading supermarket brands, high street retailers, restaurants, cinemas, holidays, hair/beauty, sports/outdoors + many more Employee assistance programmeWorking Hours and Pay Rate:Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week£10.25 TO £12.82 PER HOURResponsibilities:Support all garden segments with testing expertiseContribute to Test/Product Development Engineers' compilation of test plans and proceduresOrganise and undertake test work in accordance with test plansProduce appropriate documentation of results and conclusionsSpecification, manufacture/outsourcing and maintenance of laboratory test rigsEnsure that all development and test areas are operated in accordance with Company Health and Safety practices, with particular emphasis on housekeepingTo seek out developments in technology likely to enable improvements in the cost/performance of the company's productsBuild prototypes Requirements:A keen interest in prototype creation and test rig design and constructionAn ability to follow test plans and collate detailed reports on findings.A hands-on approach with practical skills, working experience of manual machining operations such as milling, turning and fitting advantageous.Strong problem solving with a creative flarePro-active and self-motivatedThis role is to start immediately, Interviews will take place on site in StowmarketIf you tick all the boxes then why not apply today!
      • witney, south east
      • contract
      • £13.26 - £13.26, per hour, Randstad flexible benefits app = DISCOUNTS
      • abbott
      Job Title: Returns Administrator Location: WitneyPay Rate: £13.26 Per HourWorking Hours: 4 on 4 off nights, (This is an ongoing position). Customer service and your ability to work as part of a very close team is key to your success with this global market leader. Your scope for growth as a professional is unlimited. Do you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on peoples' health and lives? Are you comfortable working individually and do you have good computer skills? As a Complaints Investigator you will be working as part of one of the key teams within a global medical device and healthcare leader, based in Witney.A products is returned and your investigation skills are going to uncover why? This isn't a customer service role so don't worry, you won't be picking up the phone to people who want to complain! You'll be using our computer systems to find out the root cause of a problem. You do not need experience and full training will be given; just good IT and communication skills, you must be able to follow procedure. The right candidates can come from a wide variety of backgrounds so don't hesitate to apply!Pay Rate:- £13.26 per hour Hours:- 4 on 4 off nights, this is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised onsite canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffHere's what you'll be doing every day: Conduct investigations on customer returned products in accordance with site and divisional proceduresProactively support the implementation of new and / or improved processesCommunicate in a professional manner with colleagues worldwideMeet division goals for timeliness of complaint investigations and identify opportunities for improvement and/or better efficiencies in investigation processes.Conform to all relevant legislation and company Health and Safety policies.Pro-active in recommending improvements in terms of recommending cost savings through complaint process improvements and data quality, in line with Business Excellence initiatives.Keep up to date with the development of new products and through collaboration with peers within the complaints team and across the business, support activities required for complaint readiness prior to product launch.Identifying any trends in product complaints that are found during investigations and highlighting these to managementHandling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently in a team environment with minimal supervisionRequirements :-Secondary education, or equivalent qualification, completed in Maths and English.Experience of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and/or laboratory best practice is preferable but not essential.Experience of problem solving and logical root cause analysis processes would be beneficial but not essential.Experience of working autonomously and with minimal supervision.Experience of using computer packages including Word and Excel.5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If this is a role you are interested in and you want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Title: Returns Administrator Location: WitneyPay Rate: £13.26 Per HourWorking Hours: 4 on 4 off nights, (This is an ongoing position). Customer service and your ability to work as part of a very close team is key to your success with this global market leader. Your scope for growth as a professional is unlimited. Do you want to work in a role that has a positive impact on peoples' health and lives? Are you comfortable working individually and do you have good computer skills? As a Complaints Investigator you will be working as part of one of the key teams within a global medical device and healthcare leader, based in Witney.A products is returned and your investigation skills are going to uncover why? This isn't a customer service role so don't worry, you won't be picking up the phone to people who want to complain! You'll be using our computer systems to find out the root cause of a problem. You do not need experience and full training will be given; just good IT and communication skills, you must be able to follow procedure. The right candidates can come from a wide variety of backgrounds so don't hesitate to apply!Pay Rate:- £13.26 per hour Hours:- 4 on 4 off nights, this is an ongoing position. Benefits You'll Love:Access to the Randstad flexible benefits app which includes discounts at major supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and cinemas.Referral programmes - earn even more when you bring a friend with you!Access to employee assistance programmes including financial advice and counselling servicesFull training providedFree on-site parkingSubsidised onsite canteen with inside and outside seating areasExcellent long term prospectsFriendly and welcoming teamModern on site facilitiesNewly expanded laboratory settingWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffHere's what you'll be doing every day: Conduct investigations on customer returned products in accordance with site and divisional proceduresProactively support the implementation of new and / or improved processesCommunicate in a professional manner with colleagues worldwideMeet division goals for timeliness of complaint investigations and identify opportunities for improvement and/or better efficiencies in investigation processes.Conform to all relevant legislation and company Health and Safety policies.Pro-active in recommending improvements in terms of recommending cost savings through complaint process improvements and data quality, in line with Business Excellence initiatives.Keep up to date with the development of new products and through collaboration with peers within the complaints team and across the business, support activities required for complaint readiness prior to product launch.Identifying any trends in product complaints that are found during investigations and highlighting these to managementHandling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently in a team environment with minimal supervisionRequirements :-Secondary education, or equivalent qualification, completed in Maths and English.Experience of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and/or laboratory best practice is preferable but not essential.Experience of problem solving and logical root cause analysis processes would be beneficial but not essential.Experience of working autonomously and with minimal supervision.Experience of using computer packages including Word and Excel.5 years of referencing (employment or alternative activity) history will need to be obtained if you are successful in your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If this is a role you are interested in and you want to work for a renowned healthcare company, don't hesitate, apply today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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      • stockport, nw
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENT HELPLINE LTD
      An Excellent opportunity for an Experienced Welder to join a well-established company based in Stockport! ** Please note that the position is currently based in Stockport, however due to a premises change the workshop will be relocating to Rochdale within the next 2 months ** The Company: With over 30 years’ experience in supplying fabrications to the Pharmaceutical, Food, Petrochemical, Nuclear, Oil & Gas and General Fabrication industries, they have commitment to placing customers at the core of their principles. They are now Looking to recruit an Experienced Welder to join their growing team. Candidate Requirements: Candidates must be fully conversant with all aspects of stainless-steel Pharmaceutical fabrication work and be able to work to a very high standard. Candidates must be fully qualified to City & Guild or NVQ standard. TIG Welding skills are essential. Working Hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:00am – 4:00pmFriday: 7:00am – 12:00pm 2 x 10 mins Breaks and 30 mins Lunch. This is a full-time position and in return the company is offering a Competitive Salary of £15 Per Hour, with plenty of overtime. If you feel that you have the relevant skills/attributes to fulfil this role then please apply now!
      • scunthorpe, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Smartsearch Recruitment Ltd
      Manufacturing Operative / Cabin Fitter, Based in Scunthorpe, working days Monday to Friday (sociable hours), Salary: £ - £ (depending on skills / experience) + overtime at time + half, 25 days holiday (+ bank holidays), pension, life insurance and excellent training / career development opportunities.We have an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Operative / Modular Cabin Fitter to join the market leading provider of Portable cabins, Secure Storage Solutions, Modular buildings and associated. The depot operation stores and prepares the units ready for hire or sale, installing, refurbishing and modifying as required. We are keen to hear from handy candidates with experience in a similar role Manufacturing Operative, Assembly Operative, Fabricator / Fitter, Production Operative, Multi Trade operative, Maintenance Operative or similar.There are clear career progression routes and opportunities to train to progress in to roles such as a Sprayer, Senior Fitter or regional maintenance operative working at customer sites.The role: The company's Cabin Fitters are multi-skilled and carry out a variety of tasks every day whilst refurbishing the fleet of cabins (wood, plastic and steel) for hire. Full training and the opportunity to develop your skills and gain specific qualifications will be available. Once fully trained, you may be involved in;•Fitting and removal of partitions, floors, ceilings & other fittings•Cleaning units or preparing furniture for the units•Manual preperation for painting•Completing basic plumbing installing sinks, taps, worktops, water heaters, hand dryers etc.•Removal and fitting wall and ceiling panels•Replace plywood flooring•All other general maintenance, repair, assembly and fitting work as required.Candidate requirements:The environment is a busy one, with lots of variety and plenty of opportunity to develop your skills. You would need to have a willingness to learn; the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team; a flexible approach to work and overtime.•Preferably have experience in a manual role within a manufacturing environment Manufacturing Operative, Assembly Operative, Fabricator / Fitter, Production Operative or similar.•Experience of using power tools would be highly advantageous.•A good understanding of H&S, quality and manufacturing processes would be advantageous.•A good work ethic and positive attitude with the desire to train, develop and learn new skills.If this sounds like the opportunity, you have been looking for then please apply by attaching your CV.Equal opportunities and diversity: Our client respect and value differences and are passionate about their people, their customers and the ; They nurture an environment where all differences are valued, practices are equitable and everyone experiences a sense of belonging. They are committed to building a culture that brings together the very best of their people and their unique skills, experiences, abilities and where they can flourish.In joining the team, you will be able to apply and develop your skills and knowledge as part of a collaborative team that is helping to innovate and play a part in building a better future and creating value for their customers, their people, society and the planet.Smartsearch take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your application. To effectively process your application, we may share your details with the company for whom we are collecting job applications and Smartsearch or the company may contact you by email, telephone or SMS. A copy of our privacy policy will be emailed to you upon receipt of your application.
      • street, sw
      • full-time
      • Somerset Care
      Job Title: Shift Leader Hours: 25 hours per week **Our new pay rate has been designed with you in mind – we are committed to recognising the value of our teams and this is reflected by our benefits and fantastic pay rates!* Salary: £ #xA3; (higher rate for weekends) Location: Southlawns, Street, BA16 0JJ Whether you’re looking to grow your career, or start it, look no further. We love the work that we do. And so will you. About us Somerset Care is one of the major care providers in Southern England, and one of the largest not-for-profit care companies in the UK. As an award winning company, it’s no surprise that we put our customers at the heart of what we do, by listening to, and understanding their wishes. Our Care Home teams deliver day care, respite care, dementia care, residential, nursing care, and end of life care. We champion the independence of our residents and encourage them to live their lives as they choose. As part of your role, your duties will include: Leading and supervising carers day-to-day, working alongside them to provide high quality care. Being responsible for resident’s care liaising with their families, and health care professionals. Be required to administer medication, and monitor resident’s observations. Why work for us? We really care about all of our staff and offer a range of excellent benefits: We have partnered with Wagestream so you can access your earned wages before payday My Caring Rewards - provides access to discounts at 1000’s of high street retailers. Make My Caring Rewards a part of the way you shop and you could save on average £1,000 per year Opportunity to gain a qualification - qualification bonus of £100 upon completion Access to The Hub online learning platform – our one stop shop for learning & development Somerset Care Group Awards - recognising those who have gone above and beyond Cycle to Work scheme - you can save up to 40% off the cost of a new bike and accessories Pension scheme & life assurance Free counselling service - 24-hour helpline for staff and their families Return to work maternity bonus of £100 Fully paid induction and DBS paid by Somerset Care Paid mileage Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays Weekend Enhancements In order to be considered for the role, you will need to:. Have you Level 2 in health and social care, be willing to work towards your Level 3 and have experience in a health care setting leading a team. Be passionate, possess good communication, and organisational skills. Be able to work flexibly across varying shifts, including weekends. Be aligned to our values of connecting with people, making a difference, doing the right thing, and embracing change. Somerset Care Group is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion / belief, sexual orientation or age. We reserve the right to close this advert early if we are able to appoint to the vacancy before the advertised closed date.
      • northampton, mid
      • full-time
      • Candidate Source Ltd
      A growing, Northampton-based business is looking for several Manufacturing Operatives on a temporary basis to carry out multiple functions. This is a busy manufacturing warehouse so at times can be a loud ; You will be working in various sections within the business so you will learn different skills. Positions available include:Goods out despatch operative – day shift – training providedMachine operator – night shift – training providedAssembly operator – day shift – training providedGrinding operative – back shift – physical role and training will be provided You will receive full training, free onsite parking and progression opportunities are available. As a Manufacturing Operative your main duties could include but not limited to:Be able to communicate with team members and supervisorsYou must be able to follow instructions.Working on projects from start to finish.Manual Handling in safe mannerMaintaining clean work areas and equipmentDesired skills as a Manufacturing Operative include:Ability to work in a loud and dusty environment.Be able to work between multiple rolesExperience within similar industry is desired but not essential as full training provided.Attention to detail, following instructions and training making sure products are finished up to company standards.Hours of work: Day Shift - 07:00-15:30 Monday to Thursday & 07:00-15:00 Friday Back Shift - 15:00-23:30pm- Monday to Thursday & 15:00-23:00pm Friday Night Shift - 19:00-05:30am Monday to Thursday To apply for this temporary role as a Manufacturing Operative, please click apply online and upload an updated copy of your CV. Candidate Source Ltd is an advertising ; Once you have submitted your application it will be passed to the third party Recruiter who is responsible for processing your application. This will include holding and sharing your personal data, our legal basis for this is legitimate interest subject to your declared interest in a job. Our privacy policy can be found on our website and we can be contacted to confirm who your application has been forwarded to.
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Procurement & Supply Chain are delighted to be working with a global Aerospace Manufacturer based in Sheffield in the search for a Production Planner.My client is looking for highly driven individual who can demonstrate relevant experience within a production planning/scheduling, manufacturing environment. You will effectively plan, create and communicate all material workflow in line with customer demand. This role will require strong interpersonal and communication skills, able to build relationships at all levels, both internally and externally. This role will require excellent attention to detail with a capacity to recognise problems and proactively seek to resolve these. You will be responsible for balancing demand with available capacity and ensure deliverables are met on time and in full.The successful incumbent will be expected to produce, and drive execution of a set production schedules for daily, weekly and monthly production targets. Key duties and responsibilities will include:Produce and update Production Schedules in line with the order book, minimising non-productive time where possibleAttend daily and weekly meetings (S&OP), contributing strongly to the success of the overall teamHighlight any issues to the production plans to the relevant teams ASAP and look for ways to overcome theseFocus on OTIF and other set KPIsEnsuring the consistent flow of material and raising any shortages with SLTDevelop and maintain relevant standard operating procedures.Ensure data is maintained to the highest possible standardElevation Procurement & Supply Chain would be keen to speak with candidates who have the following skills and experiences: Relevant experience within Production Planning within manufacturing, engineering or metals backgroundConfident Excel and MRP system userStrong internal and external communicator - able to build relationships at all levels.Strong numerical and analytical skills with a methodical approach to completing tasks.Elevation Procurement & Supply Chain is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment focusing on engineering, operational and technical positions in Yorkshire and surrounding regions. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the position in more detail, we would love to hear from you.
      • holbeach, mid
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Welder FabricatorLocation: Holbeach PE12 7HTTerry Johnson Ltd are a small family run company who have been manufacturing farm machinery in Holbeach since ; They began life in rented premises in Boston Road and in 1994 purchased the business and premises of Swift Lift in Cranmore Lane.The company not only manufacture their own range of machinery but undertake sub-contract fabrication work for other ; The work is varied and interesting ranging from piece parts to full chassis fabrications.There are 2 permanent positions available in the Company for skilled fabricator/welders - preferably with a minimum of 2 years’ experience.The ideal candidates will be able to:•Understand and work to CAD drawings.•Complete jobs in a timely manner while taking pride in their work.•Have good timekeeping.•Work on their own initiative and as part of a team.The positions are for a 39 hour basic week - Monday to Friday - with any additional hours paid at time and a ; Salary will be very competitive for the right ; The company offer 22 days holiday plus 8 Bank Holidays per year and a Company Sick Pay Scheme is available after the first full year of employment.A forklift license would be an advantage but is not essential as training can be arranged.If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please
      • wakefield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • AM 2 PM RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS (BIRMINGHAM) LIMITED
      Job Title: Production OperativeLocation: WakefieldJob type: 12 week temp ( may lead to a permanent contract)Salary: from £ per hour plus overtime, time and a quarter/time and a half optionsBenefits: free parking; full uniform suppliedWorking hours: - (Monday to Thursday); - (Friday)12 hour shift rota pattern of days/nights (2days on, 3 off, 2 nights on, 2 off, 3 days on, 2 off, 2 nights on, 3 off)AM2PM are looking for Production Operatives for their FMCG manufacturing client specializing in manufacturing structural insulated panel solutions. The purpose of this role is to help ensure the product demand is maintained in this busy production environment making packaging for the food industry.In this Production Operative role you will work from drawings to produce structural insulated panels and timber frames, organize cut timber efficiently to maintain production needs and assemble large timber products. You will learn to operate different power and hand tools to produce goods as you will also operate machinery to ensure accuracy in the production of products.The ideal candidate for this position will have previous construction experience and basic knowledge of tools. Individuals with a great work ethic and a desire to deliver high quality products will be rewarded with great prospects for progression in a rapidly expanding market leading company.Production Operative Responsibilities:Supporting the permanent workforce with routine production requirements.Machine operation support (training provided) for absences / holidays cover.Quality control duties (training provided).General warehousing duties, FLT Licences Reach, Counter Balance and VNA.Manual handling boxes.Keeping work station attended and safe at all times.Production Operative Requirements:Previous experience working in production, ideally within a manufacturing environment.Computer literate.Health & Safety aware.A willing team player eager to learn and develop skills.If you’re interested in this Production Operative position, don’t hesitate and apply now.AM2PM was created as a 24/7 business and its name was created from the initials of Alan McGeorge and Peter McSheffrey, what a perfect match. Their vision was to create a recruitment business structured on professional and ethical foundations, aiming to give candidates and clients the very best service available. This strategy has been the driving force for our success and is the focus adopted by all our employees. This culture has helped us maintain a long-serving and developing workforce enabling AM2PM to expand organically throughout the UK, building excellent long-standing relationships with many key clients and brand names from a variety of industries. AM2PM are about partnerships with their customers, they do this by identifying what their client’s aims and objectives are, understanding their working and cultural environments as well as their specific requirements. We are also about partnerships with people, assisting them with their employment journeys and enabling them to prosper and develop as we would our own employees. As a result, we offer professional, bespoke and cost-effective recruitment services and solutions that enable clients and customers of varying specialties to enhance their workforce and meet their own customer demands with ;
      • knutsford, nw
      • full-time
      • Net-Recruit
      PRODUCTION ASSEMBLER / KNUTSFORD / £12 TO £14 PER HOUR + GREAT BENEFITSFantastic new opportunities for Production Assemblers to join a long-standing, reputable family business. If you have a prior experience working in Warehouses, Workshops or Assembly Lines, then this could be perfect for you. Full training provided with real opportunities for progression.Our client is the fastest growing and most successful family-owned valve manufacturer in the UK, and are entering a period where they expect to see a considerable growth in orders.They have won nationally recognized awards for Export, Manufacturing and Growth – as well as the coveted Queens Award for Industry. On top of this, they put their people first and believe in providing first class training to give all employees the skills to be successful and develop themselves onwards.What’s on Offer?£12 to £14 per hour depending on experiencePension plan with 4% employer contributionDeath in Service, Medi-Cash, Personal Accident Insurance and Service AwardsGenerous holiday allowance which increases over time up to 27 days plus bank holidaysExcellent working environmentCareer progressionA high-quality product you can be genuinely proud ofKey Responsibilities of the Production Assembler:Assemble and test valves from machined componentsOther workshop duties such as packing, dispatch and NDT testingPrevious fitting and assembly experience not necessary as full training will be providedIf you are looking for a career, or a chance to re-train for a company with a global reputation, who is actively involved in supporting the local community, as well as working with lots of charities, then one of these Production Assembler roles could be ideal for you.What’s Next?Their site in Knutsford is easily accessible from South Manchester and North Cheshire so if you have the drive and thirst to learn and develop new skills, then we would love to hear from you. APPLY NOW for a Production Assembler position and let’s discuss this exciting next step in your career.
      • kidderminster, mid
      • full-time
      • Evtec Aluminium Ltd
      ToolmakerWe are currently looking to recruit toolmakers to work within an expanding established automotive engineering business based in DY11 Kidderminster.Support the Toolroom function. Perform tasks on or around a Die Casting Machine whilst following all safety procedures. Support the Foundry Production Process.Hours of work hour weekSalaryDepending on experience starting from £ + Shift Allowances.
      • normanton, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • AM 2 PM RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS (BIRMINGHAM) LIMITED
      AM2PM are looking for Production Operative for their client based in Normanton.Our client was established in 2013 to provide service to the glass and container decoration industry from its bespoke premises in NormantonWe are looking for candidates to join the manufacturing/production team. The ideal candidates must have a positive attitude and be happy working in a hands-on busy environment.Responsibilities typically include but they are not limited to:• Working on the production line within the factory• Ensuring job specifications are followed• Making sure finished products are quality checked before being packedAll of the necessary PPE for you to do your duties will be provided. All Training is given on-site.· Successful candidates will have experience working in production.· You should be willing to learn and develop skills.· Ideally you will have some experience within a manufacturing environment.· Health & Safety aware.Rates of Pay-£ per hour.Overtime rate £ paid after 46 hours per week (Possible weekend overtime)Breaks include Lunch + 3 additional breaks within the 12-hour shiftHours – 4 days weeks Monday- Thursday 06:30 to 18:30 DaysMonday - Thursday 18:30 to 06:30 NightsThis is not a rotating shift pattern
      • runcorn, nw
      • full-time
      • GPW Recruitment
      Jobtitle: Production Operator Nights ShiftReference: E109978Location Runcorn Duration: Temp to perm after 12 weeksSalary £ Shift 22:00-06:00 Sunday-ThursdayBased in Runcorn and reporting into a Production Supervisor - you will be working to high quality specifications for safety critical components. You should be able to competently run a production machine unsupervised, producing specialist products to the correct specifications and quality standard with minimum wastage. You will record all quality checks, and waste figures.Key AreasReading of the production ticketGathering raw materials for the relevant processRequired to learn several processes involved in productionWaste managementHealth & safetyExperience / Qualifications required (Educational, Technical, Company / Work experience)GCSE English & Mathematics grade C or above / equivalentPrevious experience of working on production machines an advantageGood attention to detail, and working to ISO quality standardsAbility to lift safety 5kgs - 25 kgWorking as part of a teamWorking as an agency temporary worker, the role pays betweenTo apply for the role of Production Operator / Machine Operator please click apply now
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • P&B Metal Components Ltd
      Job Title: Tool MakerLocation: SheffieldSalary: £25,288 -£33,279 dependant on experience.Job Type: Permanent/Full-TimeWorking Days & Hours: Monday - Friday on a rotating shift pattern:Monday - Friday - Monday - Thursday - , Friday - About Us:P and B Metal Components Ltd is a family run business who manufacture components for a vast array of industrial sectors, producing in the region of 550 million components annually and exporting 82% of its products. As an organisation we attach very high value to the supply of quality components that conform to client specifications. We invest in our people and encourage knowledge, learning and self-development.The Role:The company require a Toolmaker who is flexible and enthusiastic to complement the existing team and play a key role in supporting the business and helping it grow.You will be a team player with a strong and flexible work ethic, who consistently works to high standards and has over the years developed considerable skills, experience and knowledge in your field.Responsibilities:Manufacture new tooling when required to issued drawingsRepair and service of (high speed) multistage progression tools for productionPreventative maintenance on tooling, all aspects of machining and bench fitting, , grinding, turning milling etcUtilisation of precision/optical measuring equipment to maintain tooling to produce parts to drawing toleranceTesting tooling prior to releaseAttending power press to identify or overcome problem whilst tooling is in a running condition, report to those above to identify problem or requirements for spares /replacements or backupTo assess the life of a press tool and to order any new parts or make new parts that need replacingReplace pilots, probe pins, springs, designing and making special fixtures to fit to toolsAlways observe Health and Safety RegulationSkills & Abilities:Self-MotivatedAttention to DetailGood coordinationGood communication and interpersonal skillsAbility to work independently or as part of a teamProblem Solving SkillsScreening Questions:Do you have experience in Precision Machinery?Do you have experience in Bench fitting?Can you read Engineering Drawing?Do you have Right to Work in UK?Benefits: Company Pension SchemeHealthcare SchemeFull training givenPathways for progression.Please click the APPLY button and to submit your CV. Candidates with experience or relevant job titles of; Tool Maker, Tool Making, Wire Erosion Technician, Spark Erosion Machinery, Machinist may also be considered for this role.
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Production Machine OperatorElevation Recruitment are pleased to be working in partnership with a Global Food Manufacturing Business based in Sheffield.An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Machine Operator to utilise their passion for performance, improvement and coaching by joining the existing team at the Sheffield Plant.Do you constantly look for opportunities to improve performance and your skills, capabilities and of others around you? Are you willing to work to assist us in continuing to build the ownership of teams? The Machine Operator role will be working in a fast-paced environment and be tasked with working closely with the Line team, Area Coordinator and Line Leader. You will be responsible for maintaining basic line standards in order to ensure everyone achieves the Safety, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Sustainability and Moral (SQCDSM) standards / targets for the Line and Section.Shift Pattern: 3 shiftsWorking hours: Days: 06:00 - 14:00 Monday - Thursday. Friday, Saturday & Sunday - OffAfternoons: 14:00 - 22:00 Monday - Thursday. Friday & Saturday Off. Sunday 06:00 - 14:00 Nights: 22:00 - 06:00 Monday - Thursday. Friday 18:00 - 06:00. Saturday & Sunday offSalary: £21,951 + 22% Shift AllowanceBenefits: Overtime paid at premium rate, free onsite parking, annual salary increases, subsidised canteen, paid breaks, excellent pension scheme, long service awards, staff shop, online discount portal for most major retailers and food outlets.Duties & Responsibilities:*Maintain machinery in line with company procedures*Load and operate production machinery*Maintain records of line data capture / quality records (HACCP)*Data input using SAP where required*Active team member on handover of Daily Meeting Schedule activities*Drive improvement using of 5S / AM principles / IL6S Tools*Demonstrating the competent application of GMP (Good Manufacturing Requirements) required to consistently operate to high standards of Food Quality and Food SafetySkills & Experience:*Previous experience within a food manufacturing environment would be of an advantage but not essential*Experience in running process production equipment (machine operator) - preferably handling raw materials*Process / performance driven*Determination to fault find and implement solutions, having good problem-solving skills*Good communication skills and ability to work with and coach others*Role model safe behaviours, including PPE standards and the ability to coach others*Accuracy & Attention to detail is essential*Flexible approach to working hours is a mustIf you meet the above criteria we would love to hear from you! If you want to discuss this position in more detail, please call Nicola Jackson at Elevation Recruitment Group.Elevation Engineering & Manufacturing is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment Group focusing on manufacturing positions in Yorkshire and the surrounding regions.
      • haslingden, nw
      • full-time
      • Flexipol
      Job Title: Conversion Co-ordinatorLocation: HaslingdenSalary: £31,000 per year (£ p/h) to £34,500 per year (£ p/h) based on skills, experience and qualificationsJob Type: Permanent, Full TimeFlexipol is BRC certificated and is an approved food packaging supplier to key manufacturers in the UK and internationally such as those in the Marks and Spencer supply chain.The Company is now in its 28th year, and during this time, the business has grown steadily each year, providing long term secure employment. The Company prides itself on its innovative approach to product design and manufacturing, along with an excellent reputation for high-quality customer service.We solve our customers' toughest packaging challenges through our unique blend of technical collaboration, innovation and extraordinary service.The Role:We are looking for an inspiring leader with the ability to lead their shift and the operations team around them. The role will support the conversion department manager in their duties including management of a supervisor who will manage the machine operatives in the conversion department. The coordinator will ensure adherence to KPI targets. Managing the supervisors, ensuring they are trained and developed to achieve organisational standards and performance measures.Working in Unit 14 on 24/6 Rota.Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:Handover with supervisor of previous shift: Review previous shift - Liaise with Department Manager and Conversion Technical Manager, Priority Running List, liaise with planning, warehouse, quality and engineers, on hold itemsShift Start Up: Ensure that the following have been delegated and completed: Roll Call, Manning Allocation, all employees logged onto EPICOR/Matec, First Machine checks.Supporting the Conversion Manager in line with department KPI's: Production and productivity, including:Proof check data on Epicor/Matec, Input data, labour activity, Kanban area, change over checksHealth & Safety, Quality and Environmental, Proof check cleaning schedules, Blade countsHousekeeping and WasteActively take part in LEAN and Continuous Improvement projects in line with their area of workThe Person:Analytical with a high level of attention to detailSelf-motivated and can work under pressure with a can-do attitude,Confident at overcoming obstaclesConfident leading, developing and inspiring a teamExcellent oral communication skills and confidence in dealing with a range of peopleEmbraces change and always looking for ways to make improvements in work practicesExcellent attendance and timekeeping Knowledge, Training and Experience Preferred:Previous experience in a FMCG manufacturing environment (Minimum of two years)ILM Level 3 Team leader/Supervisor/Manager (Achieved or willing to working towards)IOSH Working Safely (1-day course or willing to work towards)IT skillsQuality and environmental awarenessShift Pattern:Shift pattern is 24/6 rotating days and nights on a 4-week pattern.Benefits:Weekend shift allowance of on basic pay for working between Friday 19:00 to Sunday 19:00.Overtime paid at Weekly PayCompany Bonus Scheme (paid twice yearly, based on performance)Employee Assistance ProgramCycle to work schemeLife InsuranceEmployee Referral SchemeFree ParkingPlease click the APPLY button and to submit your CV and Cover Letter.Candidates with experience or relevant job titles of; Fabrication Team Leader, Fabrication Supervisor, Fabrication Team Supervisor, Engineering Team Leader, Engineering Team Supervisor, Shift Supervisor, Shift Manager, Shift Leader, Production Supervisor, Production Manager, Shift Operations Manager, Shift Coordinator, Training Manager, Production Supervisor may also be considered for this role.Flexipol is an Equal Opportunities and Age Positive Employer.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
      • pudsey, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment Group Engineering & Manufacturing has a fantastic opportunity for a Production Manager to join a high-performing, dedicated team in a precision manufacturing machine shop environment based in West Yorkshire.Working regular days, the role of the Production Manager will be to oversee a team of circa 10 CNC Machinists (capabilities include Turning, Milling, Grinding, and finishing) and a Production Engineer. You will lead, motivate and nurture the team to achieve their daily production targets whilst driving a strong focus on quality, health & safety, and continuous improvement.Duties and Responsibilities of the Production Manager include (but are not limited to):* Confidently lead and motivate your production team* Manage your team to achieve targets and results* Monitor all progress and processes* Maintain production quality standards, drive health & safety standards, excellent 5s housekeeping, and continuous improvementThe successful Production Manager candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills and experience:* Apprentice trained machinist with experience with managing teams of skilled operatives within a precision engineering machining environment * Excellent communication and problem-solving skills* Experience within a similar role production team leader/production supervisor/production manager* IOSH qualified desirable* Passion for continuous improvement and waste reduction* Strong people management skills as well as process, with the ability to nurture people and be well organised in order to manage the administrative side too- booking holidays, etc* Ability to read engineering drawings and understand the machining process * Confident decision-maker and self-motivatedThis is a fantastic opportunity for a Production Manager to join a busy machine shop!If you want to discuss the Production Team Leader position in more detail, please call Anna Morgan at the Elevation Recruitment Group.Elevation Recruitment Group's Engineering & Manufacturing division work with a vast range of businesses across Yorkshire and Humberside, Lincolnshire, and East Midlands regions.
      • hemel hempstead, hc
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENT HELPLINE LTD
      An Excellent opportunity for an Experienced Machine Operator to join a well-established company based in Hemel Hempstead!The Company:Established for nearly 250 years with products in over 50 Countries, they create a wide range of high-quality brushes using sustainable materials. Awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2017 and they are also in the Financial Times’ Top 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe.We are currently seeking an experienced individual to join our team as a Machine Operator. You will predominately be machining wooden components used in high end brush manufacture.We are looking for someone who is competent and takes great pride in their work. You must have an eye for detail, have excellent communications skills, be able to work efficiently in a busy environment as part of a team or on your own. Ideally you must have experience and knowledge of working in the wood working industry. Ideally, we would like you to have experience in operating and setting CNC machinery and woodworking skills. You will have a high level of initiative and motivation with the ability to seek out solutions to problems. You will also support the manufacturing of financially viable products across the production facility by using skills and knowledge to produce products in the most cost-effective manner.About the Role:Work within defined customer quality requirements.Set and operate all CNC machinesMaintain Filling Shop CNC machinesProvide Time and Weight checksRecording times accurately on the systemCleaning down machines after use and clean work areaAdhere to Health and Safety RegulationsProcurement of Tooling and ConsumablesCandidate Requirements:Should be numerate, able to read engineering drawings and apply relevant inspection techniques to ensure that only quality products are produced.Work under low supervision with a good awareness of the health safety requirements in a wood working environment and able to keep up with all the current legal requirements.Maintain a clean and tidy workshop including maintenance of tools jigs and fixtures etc.IT LiterateAdditional InformationSalary: £ TBC Location: Hemel HempsteadHours: 39 hrs per week – Monday to Thursday – FridayBenefits: 23 days annual leave + bank holidays, Pension, Competitive Salary, Employee discounts.In light of Covid-19 Interviews maybe be undertaken via Microsoft Teams
      • chipping norton, hc
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENT HELPLINE LTD
      An Excellent opportunity for Coachbuilders & Fabricators / Trainees to join a well-established company based in Chipping Norton. The Company: For several decades their dedicated team has been the obvious choice for high quality specialist vehicle conversions, modifications and repairs. Based on their reputation for innovation, reliability and product durability, their clients include many long-term relationships with leading private and public sector organisations from the UK, Europe, Middle East and elsewhere. The are now looking to recruit both Experienced & Trainee Coachbuilders / Fabrications to join their busy team to get involved in the construction and refurbishment of bespoke vehicles and trailers. Role & Requirements: Experience in welding mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum will be beneficial but not essential. Alongside the above role you will be required to get involved with other aspects of the build as required including general workshop duties such as light metal fabrication and assembly. Trainee Coachbuilders will work with one of their qualified team who will assist you with your training. This is a fulltime position and in return the company is offering a Competitive Salary between £14 - £18 Per Hour, Depending on Experience. Working Hours: 5-day week Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm with an hour for lunch. Overtime is also available at time and a half. If you feel that you have the relevant skills/attributes to fulfil this role then please apply now! Key Words: Welder, Fabricator, Sheet Metal Worker, Coachbuilder, Panel Beater, TIG Welder, MIG Welder, Coded Welder.
      • bishop's stortford, hc
      • full-time
      • 360 Resourcing Solutions
      Our client is looking for a Field Kitchen Fitter who is available to operate in Bishop's Storeford and surrounding areas. This role requires a full UK Manual driving licence and will involve occasionally staying away from home depending on the location of the job.Paying an industry leading basic salary of £31,000 with Bonus (£8k) and Company Van with tools. The successful Field Kitchen Fitter will join the Installations team working closely with them to ensure the very best service to the showrooms.Our client already has 100+ showrooms across the UK and US, and plan to continue their expansion with many more.Critical purpose of role:As a Field Kitchen Fitter, the role will cover a variety of basic carpentry duties including, assembly, dismantling and installation of kitchen components and appliancesReplacing existing kitchen frontals, decor ends, accessories including handles, plinths and profiles that have been discontinued or require replacementsInstallation support for kitchen displaysCarry out final adjustments and ensure the displays are of showroom standardWorking field-based covering showrooms across the UK that have dedicated remedial projectsAll jobs will be assigned from the office with full support from the office teamWorking from a fully automated system with calendar and job detailsMaintain company provided van and tools to required standardDesired skills & knowledge of a Field Kitchen Fitter:Prior experience in the kitchen or multi-trade industry is key to being a successful candidatePreferred experience fitting kitchens but not compulsoryUnderstanding and implementation of furniture assembly, DIY Carpentry, minor plumbing, and flooringExperience with hardware and power toolsAbility to resolve problems and adhere to health and safety guidelines Being resourceful and self-motivated Good communication skillsAbility to travel with flexible working hours Transport and tools will be providedIf you think you would be a great fit for this role as our next Field Kitchen Fitter, then please APPLY TODAY, as we are looking to recruit and start ASAP.
      • herefordshire, mid
      • full-time
      • Applicant Services
      Regal Rexnord are looking for an Assembly Operative to join the team at their site in Hemel Hempstead.You will be part of a great team, working within a modern and clean environment, producing high precision parts and components for the Aerospace industry.Corepack Build Assembly Operative, Aerospace UK Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 4SBSalary from £ per hourFull Time, PermanentApplicants must be eligible to work in the UKAbout UsRegal Rexnord is a global manufacturer of motors, bearings, gearing, conveying, blowers, electric components, and couplings.About the Assembly Operative RoleThe nature of the work is small to medium batch with medium to high complexity. The main requirement of this position is to work flexibly within the Corepack team to support the production of Corepacks to meet customer requirements on a timely basis. This includes building and assembly of core packs, cleaning and preparing build fixtures and general organizing of the work area.ResponsibilitiesBuilding and measuring of core packs, cleaning and organizing build fixtures and general organizing of the build area as laid out in the work instructions, to ensure a consistently high-quality product is producedDegreasing laminations in preparation for coating / building using enclosed solvent degreasing machines - based on production plans and priorities set by Corepack ManagementComply with the procedures, customer process specifications and required standards relevant to the processing of the productResolve any issues within your ability, including maintenance, notifying the Corepack management of any issues which you are unable to resolve in a timely mannerOther Corepack manufacturing related tasks as directed by your line manager, including covering other areas of manufacturing activities during absences, holidays, busier periods etcEnsure accurate job timings are recorded within the Company’s ERP system, Javelin, by scanning on and off jobsMaintain 5s standards within the shop floorUpholds the Company’s Dignity at Work charter by contributing to a respectful working environmentExperience and Skills RequiredPrevious Aerospace experience or similar manufacturing/engineering background is preferredAttention to detail with good hand-eye coordination and speed with the application of the process of core pack building and assemblyAble to undertake repetitive, precision workGood communication skills – able to speak and read/write in English is preferredAble to listen to instructions and advice when neededKeen to uphold our Company’s reputation for good quality parts delivered on timeBenefits of Working at Rexnord AerospaceWorking hours a week from am to pm Monday to Thursday and am to pm on Fridays (30 mins for lunch)Overtime payable at hourly rate (days)Discretionary pay reviewsSalary sacrifice pension scheme – currently provided by Scottish Widows25 days holiday + bank holidays per year (including Christmas closure)Onsite parkingLife assuranceWeCare employee support package- offering access to private GP services 24/7 plus mental health and wellbeing services to support your healthy living lifestyle.How to apply for the Corepack Build Assembly Operative role:If you have the skills and experience required for this position, click “apply” today and check your inbox for an email providing more information on how to tailor your application and provide a cover letter or any supporting documents.You must be eligible to work in the UK.Other suitable skills and experience includes Manufacturing, Engineering, Production Operative, Factory, Production, Factory Operative, Corepack, Assembly
      • middlesbrough, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENT HELPLINE LTD
      (Punch & Press)Due to business growth and expansion an excellent opportunity has arisen for Experienced CNC Punch and Press Operators to join a well-established company based in Middlesbrough. The Company: They are a leading manufacturer of high-quality bespoke steel security doors. They are based in Middlesbrough and due to their continued growth and development, they are pleased to announce that they are expanding into a newly built factory and now have an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic and motivated people to join their busy manufacturing team. They are offering an attractive package with great career development prospects for the right people with the added benefit of an immediate start.Benefits & Package: You will enjoy benefits such as; · An immediate start· Gaining full time permanent employment· Joining a strong, stable and expanding Company· A good working environment with excellent facilities· Good team spirit· A positive caring business culture· Potential to develop your career within the Company· Full company workwear is provided · Hours: Monday to Friday with potential shifts· Overtime: Available and is expected as and when required.· Weekends: This position may involve occasional Saturday morning work.· Very competitive salary on offer with an immediate start· First year ending salary reward· Annual Salary reviews· Holiday entitlement of 20 days paid leave/pa rising by +1 day for each consecutive full calendar year worked to a maximum of 24 days (plus Statutory Bank Holidays)Our client are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. If you feel that you have the relevant skill/attributes to fulfil this role then please apply now stating which position you are applying for.
      • rochester, southern
      • full-time
      • APG Developments
      Experience center lathe manual turner required to join our busy workplace team of 10 employees. 40 hours a week, fulltime position, 20 day Holiday pay plus bank holidays, overtime and, pension scheme available, onsite parking.
      • gainsborough, mid
      • Kerry
      Requisition ID 37705Position Type FT PermanentRecruiter #LI-LT2Posting Type LIPosting Type [[CareerBuilder]] Kerry is a global leader in taste & nutrition. Our manufacturing facilities produce and supply the world with over 15,000 different food, beverage, and pharmaceutical products throughout the world. With a commitment toward sustainability and reputation for innovation, a career with Kerry offers you the chance to change the way the world sees food and nutrition. A career with Kerry is something you can feel good about.About Kerry A career with Kerry Taste & Nutrition offers you an opportunity to shape how people across the globe view food and beverage while providing you opportunities to explore and grow as your interests do. With our commitment to a sustainable future, a career with Kerry is something you can feel good about.About the role Our Gainsborough site based in Lincolnshire is home to over 100 employees. We currently have a vacancy for an Experienced Mill operative. Reporting to the Manufacturing Team Leader, the mill operative's role is to continually develop your Production area to support the delivery of the site plan. You will be responsible of a small team working on various processes which include Wheat cleaning, Mill Process, Flour Heat Treatment and Mill Hygiene, to ensure your designated area delivers against its KPI’s, where people at all levels expect to be held accountable for delivery of their commitments. The successful candidate will deliver a team attitude and consistent use of process, systems & procedures to ensure production plans are optimised & non-value-added activities eliminated. You will set high standards & lead by example, providing flexibility for the site as business needs change. Key responsibilities Intaking and transfer of raw material, responsible for overseeing the damping, gristing and conditioning times to ensure flour quality.Maintaining product quality, extraction rate and plant capacity.Flour production to specification, minimising waste and remix of products.Monitor mill machinery for potential maintenance including regular inspection and assessment.Proactively seeks and supports the plant goals and vision in accordance with Kerry’s Milling’s strategic visionAccurately record and maintain all designated paperwork systems to support traceability, protect product quality and reflect mill operationsMonitor the smooth running of machinery, taking actions and solving problems (non-engineering) to minimise stoppages and increase efficiencies, escalating issues where necessaryQualifications and skills Proven experience within a manufacturing / engineering environment, ideally within FMCG & within the Flour milling IndustryExperience of automated process linesGood understanding & interpretation of dataFood experience (desirable)Continuous Improvement qualification (desirable)Previous Flour Milling experience (desirable)NABIM qualifications would be Highly desirablePosition requires standing and walking for long periods, climbing stairs and ladders, working with tools, working within close-confined spaces, and working within extreme temperatures. What's in it for you? Permanent contract with an annual starting salary £30k plus shift premium Matched pension contributions Access to an employee assistance program Access to an employee benefits platform
      • truro, sw
      • full-time
      • Tregothnan
      Tea Production Operative / EngineerNear Truro, CornwallAbout UsTregothnan is internationally famed as the home of English tea since 1999 and our family has lived on our historic estate with its picturesque and environmentally protected gardens since 1334.We boast the largest private botanical garden in Cornwall, which has enabled us to ‘put the English into English tea’ and surpass producers from around the world.No longer the ‘new kid on the block’, we are constantly innovating and evolving our teas, as well as producing honey and providing a plethora of experiences and holidays the whole family can enjoy.We are now seeking a Tea Production Operative / Engineer to join us on a full-time, permanent basis, working 40 hours per week.The Benefits- A salary from £25,000 per annum- 21 days’ holiday plus bank holidays- Pension schemeThis is an exciting opportunity for an experienced production or mechanical engineer with machinery maintenance experience, to play a pivotal role in our unique, family-run business.Showcasing your skills and expertise, you will help produce our famous, high-quality tea and play an active role in our ongoing success, enabling us to go from strength to strength.Working with the latest machinery, you will receive full training and ample support to help you grow into your role and enhance your skill set along the way.So, if you want the chance to be an integral part of our pioneering company, bring your dedication and enthusiasm forwards and apply today!The RoleAs a Tea Production Operative / Engineer, you will safely and efficiently operate machinery to produce tea that meets our renowned high standards.You will manage our products’ lifecycles, from picking tea through to making our beautifully crafted boxes.Before each production run, you will set up and operate tea blending machinery, as well as carry out routine maintenance on, and servicing, the machines.Ensuring the tea machines and equipment are running to full capacity at all times, you will plan and produce small and large batches to meet customer orders.Please note, this role will involve lifting and moving heavy items.About YouTo be considered as a Tea Production Operative / Engineer, you will need:- Previous experience as a production engineer and/or mechanical engineer- Experience maintaining machinery- A flexible and detail-oriented approach- Excellent communication skills- Strong organisational skills- The ability to work as part of a teamPlease note, we are located approximately eight miles from Truro in a rural location with no public transport, so you will need access to your own transport.Other organisations may call this role Production Engineer, Production Operative, Mechanical Engineer, Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Senior Production Technician, Assembly Engineer, or Senior Manufacturing Technician.Webrecruit and Tregothnan are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.So, if you want to be a part of tea making history at the forefront of the industry, join us as a Tea Production Operative / Engineer by applying via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • exeter, sw
      • full-time
      • Exeter Industrial (129)
      Pertemps Exeter are currently seeking full time Manufacturing Operatives to join our client based in Sowton near Exeter. This Client is the leading manufacturing company specialising in Fluid Transfer Systems for use in Motorsport and performance-based motorcycles for over 50 years.Shift Pattern: – – Monday – Friday paying £ an hour – – Monday – Friday paying £ an hour*To be successful for this role an interview will be done onsite in SowtonAs a Manufacturing Operative you will be tasked the following once trained:Assembling Fuel transfer systems for the use in brakes, clutch, fuel, oil and coolant partsBrazingCNC tube bendingEnd formingTo be successful for this role you will need some of the following:Show a real interest in Motorsport/CarsPunctual and reliableGood level of concentrationPrecise and accurate individualWillingness to progress and developIf you are interested in being part of a fantastic company with great career prospects, apply online or contact Connor Russell-Tuck at Pertemps Exeter.
      • thame, hc
      • full-time
      • The SmartList
      JPIMedia / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of an external client.Production PlannerOptical Filters are leaders in the design and manufacture of display screen products including EMI-shielded windows, optical laminating, display filters and other specialist glass and polycarbonate screens.The successful candidate will have planning experience in a busy production environment and will be looking for an immediate start in this fixed term contract role based in Thame, Oxfordshire. Reporting to the General Manager, with the possibility of a full-time position at the end of the contract.The Role:•Planning the order book. Plan and prepare weekly “work-to lists” by to business and customer requirements.•General control and housekeeping of Production Work Orders via MRP system.•Reviewing stock availability.•Establish requirements for materials, tooling etc.•Establish and communicate daily work priorities and provide updates to management on order status.•Assist General Manager and project team with ongoing MRP improvement programme.•Proactively seek and implement improvements to the production planning process.•Assist with stock-takes; challenge and input data.•General administrative duties to support purchasing and production.The Candidate:•Planning experience within a busy manufacturing environment.•Experience using MRP/ERP systems (and knowledge of key principles BOM’s, structures and routings).•Excellent analytical, problem solving and communication skills•Proactive approach to colleagues and customer needs.•Organized and flexible with the ability to prioritise a busy workload.•Proficient in excel.•Good numeracy skills.•Attention to detail.•Job shop scheduling experience and previous experience in automotive/aerospace or similar industry would be advantageous.Does this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button.You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.Vacancy: Production PlannerLocation: Thame, OxfordshireSalary: £13-£18 per hour (DOE) + company benefitsContract Type: Fixed term contract 9-12 monthsHours: hours per week. 8am - 4pm, Monday – FridayReference: JS1175
      • reading, hc
      • full-time
      • Anglian
      Our installers are fundamental to the success of Anglian Home Improvements. With depots across England, Scotland & Wales, our installation teams represent us, the UK’s largest Home Improvement Company.In the last 12 months we have successfully completed 30,000 installations across our extensive product ; Transforming our customers houses into “Anglian Homes”. With the unprecedented industry demand, there has never been a better opportunity to join us!What we are looking for•Self-employed experienced installers of Windows, Doors, Conservatories, Roof Trim & Base Layers•Time served installer experience or NVQ Level 2 in Fenestration•Customer focused, alongside excellent communication skills•A keen eye for detail to make sure we continue with our high installation standards•Ideally teams of 2 or 3 installersWhat we can offer you•Uncapped earning potential, weekly payments•Monthly incentives•Immediate start•Continuous volumes of work•Opportunity to develop in the industry•Van available for work purposesWe install home improvement excellence - We set the standard. We are passionate about delivering a high-quality installation service to every single customer. To make sure our installations teams are the best in the industry we provide a structured on-boarding induction to all new installers.Kick start your career in the industry with the best and join our Anglian familyWe are certified as a Covid-19 secure employer – having complied with Government’s guidance on managing the risk of Covid-19.Through Anglian’s value to “Succeed Together” we are committed to Equality and Diversity. We recruit the ‘best person for the job’ regardless of age, race, colour, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or disability - creating an inclusive working environment and culture for all our employees.
      • york, yorkshire
      • Kerry
      About Kerry A career with Kerry Taste & Nutrition offers you an opportunity to shape how people across the globe view food and beverage while providing you opportunities to explore and grow as your interests do. With our commitment to a sustainable future, a career with Kerry is something you can feel good about. About the role We are currently recruiting for Production Operatives in our Kerry site in Pocklington, where we produce sweet ingredients including coated inclusions and cereals for market leading brands. This is a permanent role on a continental shift pattern with rotating days and nights. 4 days on 4 off, 12 hours shifts. Shift premium and overtime pay apply. Key responsibilities As a Production Operative you will: Be responsible for following company rules, regulations and wearing correctlyMaintain a good standard quality of workInform relevant managers of any food safety issuesMaintain correct paperwork and report any breakdowns and shortagesInput information on the SAP system and issue stock as per procedureAdhere to clean as you go ethos throughout the workplaces and ensure that cleaning sheets are maintained in the correct mannerCarry out daily utensil check in own area to ensure all equipment is in the correct location Qualifications and skills A good team playerGood eye for detailsGood communicatorComputer literatePrevious experience as a production operative, picker, packer, cleaner or experience within a food manufacturing will be an advantage What’s in it for you? Opportunity for career development, matched pension scheme and access to an employee assistance program and employee benefit platform.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Cover-It-Up LTD
      Job Title: Industrial Sewing MachinistLocation: LondonSalary: £18, - £23, gross per yearJob type: Full-time, Permanent.The Role:We are seeking an experienced sewing machinist to join our busy event drape installation business. This is a full-time role based in our south east London warehouse.Cover-It-Up supplies drape materials and event drapes to the production and event industry. Our in-depth understanding of both specialist fabrics and the requirements of the event industry makes us a preferred supplier to a number of prestigious clients.Our expert crew install and derig draping at events such as international award ceremonies, major sporting events, music festivals, fashion shows and business conferences. We operate a busy drape and rigging dry hire and sales business from our warehouse in SE London where our drapes are designed, manufactured and maintain by our skilled sewing machinists.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Accurate construction of drapes and associated soft furnishings (measuring, cutting, joining and hemming fabrics) to meet bespoke job briefs.Quality control of completed work.Inspecting drapes returning from hire.Making repairs effectively and efficiently.Basic machine maintenance.Maintaining stock of relevant machinist tools and haberdashery supplies.Routine 'housekeeping' to maintain a clean and safe workplace.Application of health and safety guidelines.Liaison with Management, Clients and Suppliers as required.Professional representation of the Company.Required Skills/Qualifications:Minimum 2 years industrial machining experience.Experience sewing heavy, sizeable fabrics.Sufficiently fit to manage this physically demanding role.Able to work additional unsociable hours on occasion (sometimes involving travel to Client venues).Good communicator.Attention to detail.Able to provide creative input, to solve problems and manage change of plans.Reliable timekeeping and able to meet deadlines.Positive attitude.'Right first time' with 'minimal waste' production ethic.Math and English GCSE (or equivalent).Must be eligible to work in UK.What We Offer:28 Days holiday including Bank Holidays.Competitive rates of pay dependent on experience.Dependent on skill set and experience, higher pay will be offered.If this sounds like the sort of job you'd be a good fit for please get in touch straight away, via e-mail with your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you'd be a good fit for the job. We will be doing phone interviews then inductions in the next couple of weeks and have roles starting onsite immediately.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV for this role.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of: Fabric Machinist, CNC, Industrial Sewing Machinist, Industrial Machinist, Operator, CNC Operator, CNC Machinist, Sewing Machine Operator, Fabric Machinist, Turner, CNC Turner, CNC Turner, CNC Operative, Machine Operative, CNC Setter, Setter, Manual Machinist, Manual Machining, Manual Mills, Machine CNC Turner will also be considered for this role.
      • middlesbrough, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • RECRUITMENT HELPLINE LTD
      Due to business growth and expansion an excellent opportunity has arisen for Experienced Component Assemblers, Factory Operatives and Fork lift drivers/despatchers to join a well-established company based in Middlesbrough. The Company: They are a leading manufacturer of high-quality bespoke steel security doors. They are based in Middlesbrough and due to their continued growth and development, they are pleased to announce that they are expanding into a newly built factory and now have an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic and motivated people to join their busy manufacturing team. They are offering an attractive package with great career development prospects for the right people with the added benefit of an immediate start. Candidate Requirements: Previous experience in a manufacturing or a factory environment is desirable. Candidates must have an eye for detail with high standards and pride of workmanship as well as a flexible ‘can do’ attitude in order to thrive in their busy fast paced team environment. The ability to work under your own initiative would be advantageous. Benefits & Package: You will enjoy benefits such as; An immediate startGaining full time permanent employmentJoining a strong, stable and expanding CompanyA good working environment with excellent facilitiesGood team spiritA positive caring business culturePotential to develop your career within the CompanyFull company workwear is provided Hours: Monday to Friday with potential shiftsOvertime: Available and is expected as and when required.Weekends: This position may involve occasional Saturday morning work.Very competitive salary on offer with an immediate startFirst year ending salary rewardAnnual Salary reviewsHoliday entitlement of 20 days paid leave/pa rising by +1 day for each consecutive full calendar year worked to a maximum of 24 days (plus Statutory Bank Holidays)Our client are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. If you feel that you have the relevant skill/attributes to fulfil this role then please apply now stating which position you are applying for.
      • corsham, sw
      • full-time
      • Bath ASU
      Pharmaceutical Production Operator - Full Time & Part Time**No prior experience needed - full training provided****Full Time and Part Time opportunities available (part time: evening and weekend shifts)**About us Bath ASU produces over 3,000 aseptically compounded injectable pharmaceutical products each day for hospitals and patients across the UK who are fighting cancer, living with chronic disease or in need of pain relief. Through our scientific and technology capabilities, the team continuously develops new and innovative methods to improve our products and services. Every member of our team has an integral part to play in helping to produce these important, life-changing medicines for patients in hospitals or at home who are suffering with cancer, chronic illnesses or in need of pain relief.About the roleWe are looking for someone that is passionate about making a difference to patient lives, dedicated to improving company processes, has a drive to be an expert in what they do, wants to be part of our fantastic company community and is as committed to their career training and progression as we are. Do you have the qualities that we are looking for? If so you could join our friendly and dynamic team.You will be responsible for (but not exclusive) to:•Participating in activities concerned with any aseptic pharmaceutical activity within our manufacturing unit, these include activities such as:•Labelling and packaging the finished medicines•Assisting with the assembly of ingredients•Decontamination of ingredients and components entering our clean rooms•Inspecting our finished products•Checking ingredients that have been assembled ready for decontamination•Assisting with any activities in the clean rooms•Undertaking daily cleaning and monitoring of the unit and equipment•Completing relevant documentation•Maintaining the manufacturing unit to a standard of appearance concordant with the professional nature of the work•Assisting with the maintenance and control of stock and any components•Following safe and efficient systems of work in accordance with relevant legislation, such as the Health and Safety at Work actWorking hours:•Full time and part time opportunities. Shifts on a rotation basis (including weekends): earliest start is am and latest finish is pmYour journey with usWe are dedicated to progressing our staff, which is why we will invest in you, this may mean that you may be asked to attend study days and courses as are deemed necessary for the development of the team and yourself. Future development possibilities could include; Pharmaceutical Support manufacturer, Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and then onto Pharmaceutical Production Releaser and Supervisory roles.Essential SkillsYou do not need any prior experience to join us here at Bath ASU, in return we are looking for team members that are:•Motivated and Reliable•Have a good work ethic•Keen to learn new skills•Very accurate with a high attention to detail•Be able to follow and adhere to strict regulatory guidelines•Be a good communicator and be able to communicate well using a variety of methods•A team playerIn accordance with Good Manufacturing Practice, you will need to maintain a good level of personal hygiene to prevent any contamination in our medicines.Our team have a very important job to do as every medicine we make goes to a sick patient.BenefitsIn return we offer rewards and benefits including:•Salary £20,844 per annum •Full time and part time opportunities available (part time: evening and weekend shifts)•29 days holiday, inclusive of bank holidays. Increasing with service.•Generous Pension scheme•Life Assurance•Company bonus scheme•Additional non-contractual benefits including free breakfast and outdoor gymBy clicking ‘apply’ you will be taken to our careers page to complete your application.
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