Production Operative

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Production Operative

  • Post Date:6th January 2023
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Join us and become part of a great team manufacturing trusted decorative coating productsWe have exciting opportunities to join our established manufacturing production team here at Crown Paints, which is a part of the Hempel Group, at our UK Manufacturing Plant based in Hull, East Yorkshire. Following significant recent investment to upgrade and modernise our manufacturing site we now have the very best equipment and facilities to support achievement of our strategy and meet our customers’ requirements. Crown Paints are at the core of Hempel’s ambitious growth strategy and we are looking for people who want to be part of something great!We have vacancies which are either on a permanent night shift (Sunday to Thursday), or on a 2-shift rotating pattern (earlies & lates) working a 9-day fortnight. If successful, you would join us initially on a 12-month Fixed Term Contract but if you exhibit the skills and proficiency then a permanent contract will follow, as would the opportunity for progression, which could be within the role and local business or with the wider company here in the UK or even globally within Hempel.What can you expect as a Production Operative?Working upon Crown’s Hull site as part of this role, you’ll be working at the heart of our business, manufacturing, and filling the products for distribution through our logistics network and on to our customers. Key responsibilities include:

  • Following Health and Safety guidelines in compliance with Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Following Production Order requirements to manufacture and fill the products required by our customers to the highest of standards.
  • Completing checks and associated documentation in support of our processes.
  • Ensuring the required standards of plant hygiene are in place and robustly maintained.
  • Achievement of plant production targets and KPI’s
  • Ensure Quality Standards and compliance obligations are achieved
  • Supporting Crown Paint’s Sustainability commitment by eliminating or reducing waste, and ensuring any waste generated is processed through appropriate streams.
  • Active participation in Continuous Improvement activities, examples of such being 6S, 5 Box (Why, Why) Analysis, Kaizen.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience required to succeed in this roleThe ideal candidate would ideally have experience of working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment (FMCG) and be comfortable working with a wide range of automated machinery including high speed filling machines, packaging equipment and large volume mixers. Experience of touch screen controls such as HMIs and Scada systems would be a distinct advantage as we continue on our journey to digitalise and improve our facilities.We would like candidates to poses a good standard of PC literacy and familiarity with ERP systems such as SAP and Microsoft Office.Ensuring quality in your work is important for us here at Crown Paints, therefore it is important that you are organised and have great attention to detail. As an individual you will have a drive to succeed, a can-do attitude and be a great team player. Our staff often work flexibly across roles and areas and we would wish for our new team members to do the same with training and support.As a Crown paints employee as well as a competitive salary with a shift allowance you will enjoy great benefits which include a generous holiday allowance and a great pension contribution to our stakeholder pension scheme.Application and further informationIf you feel you have the required experience and want to join us, please submit your application .This role has been advertised externally via internet job boards (Indeed)Closing date 13th January.Interviews to be held w/c 23rd January 2023.