Machine Operator

Posted By: Ben Mitchell
Salary: £10.50 per hour
Location: Gosforth
Job Type: Temporary
Category: Warehousing, Pharmaceutical

We are currently recruiting for Machine Operators for an international pharmaceutical organisation in Gosforth. Excellent growing company long term opportunities temp to perm.

Following Standard Operation Procedures (SOP’s) and been a conscientious hardworking individual aware of Health and Safety in the workplace is essential.

Working in a clean room this role is an exciting opportunity, starting on a day shift only then progressing to 2 and 3 shifts.

This role will suit someone with a Pharmaceutical or food background and would also be suitable for someone looking for a graduate position.

Duties

  • To monitor man and machine effective workmanship and co-ordinate with other departments on production targets.
  • To maintain systems and documents for CGMP compliance.
  • The optimization and operation targets, to meet productivity targets with compliance to schedule, documentation, safety and GMP requirements.
  • To ensure that all plant and equipment is safe to operate in accordance with the requirements of Health and Safety legislation.
  • Carry out training as required for the up skilling of the production team.
  • To provide guidance / support in fault finding /problem solving diagnosis to rectify machine breakdowns and performance problems.
  • Working as part of the flexible team completing any given task to maximise performance, for example general repairs and assisting with wider manufacturing engineering activities across the plant (but not inclusive).

Rate of pay

£10.50 p/h

Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm

15% shift allowance 6am – 2pm                               2pm – 10pm

20% shift allowance 10pm – 6am

 

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