Job title: Temporary Manufacturing Operator (9 month contract)
Reporting to: Manufacturing Unit Manager
Location: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
Hours: Alternating weekly shifts of Monday to Friday 6-2 / 2-10
An exciting opportunity has arisen in our Manufacturing department for two Temporary Manufacturing Operators. If you have experience of working in a manufacturing environment this could be the role for you. It is an opportunity for you to work alongside experienced professionals.
What it’s like to work here
We’ve been making the world taste better since 1886 and sell over 3000 products in more than 90 countries, but we’re only just getting started. We’re on an exciting journey and have ambitious plans to become the indispensable partner of choice for the world’s leading flavour and fragrance houses, beverage and consumer brands.
On joining Treatt, you’ll become one of over 400 international experts, working together to collectively surprise and delight our customers. Nothing is more important to us than the happiness of our people as without them, we’d never succeed.
We think Treatt’s a great place to work, but don’t just take our word for it:
“Everyone wants your feedback and opinion; it feels like a place of study where nurturing and encouragement are the standard. It is very clear the hard work that goes into providing excellence for customers, but it is also very apparent that managers have the same goals for helping us all to progress.” – Anita, Quality Analyst
“Joining my close and supportive team was the most enjoyable way to gain more skills and increase my knowledge” – Ashley, Distillation Control Team Leader
“Treatt creates an environment to help you be the best you can, with no two days the same and opportunities always available to help you learn and develop. The people and the culture create a fantastic company to be part of” – Rebecca, Commercial Coordinator
What you’ll be doing
The responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to :
• Ensuring all documentation is completed using the bar code scanners
• Ensuring paperwork, product, labels are correct and samples taken when appropriate
• Checking stock is clean (HACCP) before use, removing any supplier labels if using original packaging
• Carrying out cleaning duties and replenish stock as and when required
• Handling material safely in line with company handbook, H&S manual and HACCP plan
• Contributing to a ‘right first time’ policy and help to ensure that all orders are met in time and within specification.
• Operating the safe use of fork lift trucks and ensure checks are completed on relevant vehicles.
• Contributing to a good approach to Food Hygiene, HACCP and Quality and ensure all relevant regulations are met.
• Exhibiting a wide awareness of COSHH, risk assessment and general process safety.
• Contributing to an excellent safety culture in general and specifically with regard to manual handling, Vehicle / Pedestrian safety, PPE and Accident/ Incident reporting.
What we’re looking for
We are looking for someone who has previous experience of working within a manufacturing environment and wants to work in an environment that celebrates progress, teamwork and dedication. We want you to love your work and bring that energy to the job every day, no matter what the task.
The ideal candidate will be be proactive and self-directed with a positive attitude to work/change. A FLT license is preferred but not essential .