General Assembly Operative (Automotive Industry)
Immediate starts ~ Temp to perm available ~ Ongoing work ~ Rotating shifts ~ Supportive environment ~ Training provided ~ Car parking available ~ Weekly paid
We are looking to recruit a number of skilled general assembly operatives to work at an industry leading car part manufacturer. The client is based in Barton – Under – Needwood. You will need your own transport to and from site.
Immediate starts available.
As a general assembly operative you will operate injection moulding machinery, glue, foam and spray paint guns, leather stitching / sewing machines, and much more. You will need to quality assess all goods to ensure they meet site and customer standards. You may be rotated and asked to work on different departments throughout your assignment, so a degree of flexibility is required
There are various 8 hour Monday to Friday shift patterns available:
Shift 1 - Monday to Friday - Days and Afternoons
Shift 2 - Monday to Friday - Days, Afternoons and Nights
Shift 3 - Monday to Friday - 2x weeks of Days and 2x weeks of Nights (rotating)
Start times: 6am / 7.30am, 2pm / 3.30pm or 10pm / 11.30pm
You must be flexible to work all shift patterns, and to work compulsory overtime (up to 2 hrs per day) during the week, and sometimes full shifts on weekends.
First 6 months:
£10.26 - All shifts worked
£13.38 - Overtime 39+ Weekdays and Saturdays
£17.84 - Overtime from 10pm on Saturday through till 6am on Monday
After 6 months:
£10.62 - All shifts worked
£13.86 - Overtime 39+ Weekdays and Saturdays
£18.48 - Overtime from 10pm on Saturday through till 6am on Monday
- Free car parking
- Pay rise after 6 months
- Paid breaks
- 2 week shutdowns in July / August and Christmas
- 5x floating holidays
- Total 33 days of annual leave per year
- Temp to perm and career progression opportunities
- Employer pension scheme
- Free uniform / PPE
- Weekly pay
- Immediate starts
In order to apply, please send in your CV.
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