Machine Operator

  • Location
    Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire
  • Salary
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Manufacturing and Production
  • External Reference
  • Category
    Industrial & Manufacturing and Production - Glass, Clay & Ceramics

Adecco are recruiting for Machine Operators for a well established client in the Trentham Lakes area of Stoke on Trent.

To safely operate a Production Line Machine, to produce good quality, saleable glass products whilst maintaining the required production performance levels.

The responsibilities include;

- Starting up and shutting down machine lines.

- Understand how to load the machine and ensure the product used is clean and fault free.

- Ability to read engineering drawing and relate these to the product being made.

- Undertake routine maintenance tasks, eg oiling machine parts

- Report any defects found on the product to the relevant person.

- Investigate quality issues and report to the relevant person.

- Follow Health and Safety regulations at all times.

Week 1:

Monday - Thursday 6.00AM - 14.30PM

Friday - 6.00AM - 12noon

Week 2:

Monday - Thursday 14.25PM - 10.55PM

Friday - 11.55AM - 17.55PM

Hours are on a rota as above.

Due to the nature of the products being manufactured, this role is working in a warm environment.

Salary £11.15ph


Pension scheme: government stakeholder - group personal pension plan. Employee 5% and employer 4%.

Life assurance x 4 salary

Employee Assistance Programme including counselling sessions

22 days holiday plus 8 statutory days. A further 3 days after 2, 4 and 5 year's service to total 25 plus 8 stats = 33

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Marianne Davies