Machinery Operator
Job Summary

The Machine Operator will work in partnership with Line Support Operators, Hygiene Operatives, Shift Managers and members of the Engineering team to ensure the safe and efficient running of operational assets.

Machinery/asset troubleshooting, condition monitoring and maintenance.
Resolve mechanical and procedural issues.
Completion and sign off of quality documentation.
Adherence to good manufacturing practices.
Improve quality and line efficiencies by means of interpretation of production plans through knowledge and understanding of product, equipment, planning and manning (training will be provided).
Consider health, safety, environmental and quality issues and their implications.
Demonstrate a positive attitude to training and personal development.
Checking of critical control points for product safety and quality control points and responsible for all corrective actions.
Working hours are 4 on / 4 off rotating shifts Days & Nights (07:00-19:00 & 19:00-07:00)


To be considered for this role, the ideal candidate must have the following:

City and Guilds 18th Edition
City and Guilds Electrical Installation Parts 1 and 2
Test & Inspection
Full UK Driving Licence
Must be able to deliver excellent customer service
Previous experience working on a mobile contract
Extensive knowledge of Facilities Management

Kent, London
£20,000 a year.