Lean Manufacturing Apprentice

24/05/2023 GCSE or equivalent Maths and English (Grade C / 4 or above) Desired Communication skills, Attention to detail, Team working, Physical fitness

We are seeking a mature, reliable individual to join our small team in an apprenticeship role. In return for your hard work, commitment, and reliability we anticipate future growth to be sufficient to make this role a permanent one for the right apprentice. We have experience of developing apprentices successfully in this busy organisation.

You will receive training to enable you to carry out the following duties:

  • Measuring and classifying all raw materials in preparation for  production
  • Monitoring the production process
  • Feeding the raw materials into the machinery
  • Operating the production machinery as required, such as lifting equipment
  • Performing quality assurance and testing checks
  • Packing, and labelling the finished goods in preparation for shipment
  • Cleaning the machinery and other parts of the production space
  • Maintaining work areas and equipment

You will be required to lift 25kg sacks of product through the correct manual handling procedures, training will be given.

Skills Required

Communication skills, Attention to detail, Team working, Physical fitness

Qualification Required

GCSE or equivalent Maths and English (Grade C / 4 or above) Desired
Closing Date 10/07/2023
Start Date 24/07/2023
Sector Lean manufacturing operative (level 2)
Ref 1000167290
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