Salary: £7.80 per hour plus shift allowance
Demonstrate an understanding of Standard Operating Procedures required for the specific task/job
Product quality requirements
Using simple engineering measuring instruments.
OEE measure for performance and your impact on the figures present.
Operate production line equipment such as conveyor line, hoists, airlines
Set and operate hand-controlled or computer-controlled machines
Manufacture goods on a production line
Operate machine tool
Use machines which are pre-set to carry out certain tasks
Ensure productions procedures are carried out effectively
Loading components onto appropriate machines
Checking surface conditions of material.
Visually inspect to ensure compliance to product quality requirements
Store components appropriately
Where appropriate check and monitor machine lubricant and coolant levels.
Adjust machine controls and monitor the production process and outputs
Fit parts to machinery and equipment
Build up components and sub-assemblies into finished products
Report equipment faults to shift leader.
Finish products such as applying protective coatings (oil)
Record how much raw material has been used during production and the number of items produced
Work with Senior Operators and Shift Leaders to
Deal with problems effectively
GCSEs, Key Skills Level 1, NVQ Level 1, International Vocational Certificate (IVQ)