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Local Business Urgently requires Machine Operators

Monday 6th April, 2020

Machine Operators Required

Permanent Position

Rotating shifts (6am-2.15pm / 2pm-10.15pm) with early finish on Fridays

Monday- Friday

£8.72 increases to £9 after probation & full training (additional increments in line with further training)


Our client is a leading manufacturer on the outskirts of Bridgwater, and due to continued growth and demand, they are looking for several additional Machine Operators to join the growing team. Experience preferred but not essential as full training will be given. The role will become permanent following a successful 12-week probation period.

Main duties:

  • Running of the production machines
  • Operating, monitoring, controlling and cleaning all plant and associated equipment
  • Packing of orders as required
  • Working in an accurate, efficient and cost-effective manner in order to meet production schedules


  • Experience in machine operating preferred
  • Able to undertake manual handling duties within a fast-paced environment
  • Production experience
  • Enthusiastic and willing to learn
  • Flexible to support team
  • Attention to detail
  • Referenceable work history


  • Full training given training within a variety of areas within production
  • Good progression opportunities for the right candidate
  • Free on-site parking

For an informal discussion please contact Matt or Leanne at HR GO on 01278 555444 or apply online today www.hrgo.co.uk/job/machine-operators

Confirmed hiring during COVID-19

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