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Lean Manufacturing Operative

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Plastic Omnium

Salary

£15,000 per annum

Location

Huntingdon Way, Westminster Industrial Estate Swadlincote DE12 7DS

Job Overview

The automotive industry is witnessing unprecedented changes, compelling manufacturers, and suppliers to speed up their transition to new forms of mobility. Joining Plastic Omnium is an opportunity to take your place at the heart of this transformation and engage with the exciting challenges of the clean, connected mobility of the future. Are you ready to live the adventure? As a lean manufacturing operative your mission is to: Prepare Parts for Painting and Shipping. Assemble parts according to customer specifications. Respect the security and safety standards. ACTIVITIES Operates the process according to workstation HS&E and manufacturing instructions in order to serve the customer with the expected quality level Accident and Incident reporting Scrap rate Right First Time Product quality needs Assure that all parts meet customer criteria (visual inspection of parts on conveyor according to (SWI). Keep accurate data for defects, scrap, rework Identify defects on parts Use proper process to eliminate defects. Traceability and required paper work. Knowledge of rework and scrap procedures. Maintain line speed by working at pace required. May relieve fellow team members for their breaks. Works according to HSE requirements Other activities as assigned by department leadership. Additional area specific tasks may apply but all training will be provided: Injection Trimming, sanding and flaming injection moulded parts for paint process PED truck usage if required – with training provided Paint Correctly load/unload parts according to paint schedule & work instructions (SWI) Use handheld electrical tool to polish out minor defects. To Prepare Parts for Painting and Shipping to the SILS Center Assembly/SILS To assemble parts. Correctly load/unload parts according to assembly schedule & work instructions (WI)Hand tool usage

Qualifications Required

GCSE or equivalent Maths and English Grade 2/E or above. If you do not have these qualifications, please contact the college to arrange an assessment of your current level and we can check your eligibility

Hours per week

Monday-Friday Days/afternoon, 3 shift rotation 5am – 1pm 9pm – 5am 1pm – 9pm or 6am – 2pm 2pm – 10pm 10pm – 6am or 7:30am – 3:30pm 11:30pm – 7:30am 3:30pm – 11:30pm Full rotation every 3 weeks Total hours per week: 40.00

Closing Date

27/03/2022

Website

Apply for the job by visiting https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-710204

Apply

Apply for the job by emailing your CV + covering letter to gaynor.catlow@nwslc.ac.uk

Contact Information

Charlotte Ward

charlotte.ward@nwslc.ac.uk

07891333602