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Production Operative

Department
Production
Location
Mountain Ash
Hours
36 / week

Job Purpose

We’re looking for positive, motivated individuals to join our team of  Production Operatives at Rocialle Healthcare Ltd.

This is a crucial role in helping us achieve our business objectives, and ensure that our key customers (including the NHS and private medical services) receive their orders of sterile, lifesaving medical equipment on time and in top-quality condition.

 

Key Responsibilities

This is a busy, engaging role which will require you to have a keen eye for detail.

You will be responsible for correctly assembling packs of  medical equipment, ensuring these are prepared to a high standard and sending the packs down the Production line, ready to go out to our key customers.

You’ll also assist with general tasks in the Production environment and be happy to provide support to your colleagues and supervisors when required. There are opportunities for you to progress, or move into different roles within the company.

Please note that this role can be repetitive, so you’d need to be focused and methodical in your approach. You’d need to be able to stand for a few hours per day, and be on your feet often. You’d also need good dexterity.

Hours of work are 14:15 – 22:45 on Monday – Thursdays, and 12:00 – 16:00 on Fridays, or 06:00 – 14:00 Monday-Thursday and 06:00 – 12:00 on Fridays. Please ensure you can work all of these hours before applying to the role, as we cannot make any exceptions.

It’s also mandatory for you to have a passport or full birth certificate, and a bank account in your name (or a joint account). We cannot accept your application if these items are not provided.

The role is offered on an ongoing temporary basis and is paid at the National Living Wage.

Benefits

  • Weekly pay
  • Discounted food served in a spacious, comfortable canteen
  • Sociable hours, with a shorter shift on Fridays
  • Free on-site parking
  • Provision of free uniform
  • Employee of the Month awards
  • Staff events such as BBQs and team-building
  • Ongoing support and training
  • Company pension scheme
  • Paid holidays
  • Training and progression opportunities

If all of the above sounds good to you, please don’t hesitate to apply!

Education / Experience

  • Experience of working in a Production or factory environment would be beneficial, but not essential.
  • You should have good basic Numeracy and Literacy skills.
  • Basic IT skills would be beneficial, but are also not essential.

How to apply

To be considered for this role, please submit your CV to Ashleigh Kelly via email ([email protected]) by the closing date listed.

Please note that the above statements outline the principle functions of the role and this is not an exhaustive list. The role holder may be asked to perform other tasks and duties commensurate with their skills and experience.