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Blending Operative

Zoek Pin Stroud, Gloucestershire, England

£21912/annum

Permanent (Full time)

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A key role has become available for a successful manufacturing company based near to Stroud. The successful candidate will work as part of a small team to carry out critical operations for the production of their products.

Key responsibilities:

* Producing batches of finished product for our bottling process in a safe and compliant way

* Monitor and control integrity of our filtration processes

* Control and carry out CIP process

* Blend raw material

* Test and verify product specifications

* To follow recipes and SOP’s to produce batches of finished products at the highest standards

* Working and following Good Manufacturing practices at all times, ensuring that all Quality standards are adhered to

* Undertake written instruction /correct completion of paperwork

* Carry out testing / recording results

* Liaise with the production line teams to ensure maximum production efficiency is obtained at all times

Candidate requirements:

* Self-motivated

* Organised with the attention to detail to maintain high standards

* Committed to continuous improvement

* Ability to work as part of a team or without direct supervision

* Able to work on a 3 shift rotation system including night work

* Excellent communication skills

* Ability to learn complex procedures

* Fork lift license (desirable )

* Driving license (essential)

* Good numeracy and computer skills

* GCSE English, maths, Grade C or Above

Experience needed

* Food and drinks/pharmaceutical /chemical industry would be advantageous

* Knowledge of SAP system would be advantageous

* Working within a pressurised environment

Hours: 39 hours per week on a 3 shift rotation. Early/Late/Nights

£21,912 + 10% shift allowance for early/late shift, 33% for nights. 23 days holiday + statutory holidays

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