Production and Quality staff

Posted By: James Spencer
Salary: £9.80 per hour (rising to £10.00 after 4 weeks and £10.22 after 12 weeks) 
Location: DH2, Whitehill, County Durham
Job Type: Temporary
Category: Manufacturing, Production, Quality Control

Central Employment is looking to recruit Production and Quality staff and delighted to be working alongside this market leader in packaging solutions. 

You will be working in a clean, modern factory environment with good conditions, alongside friendly co-workers and the potential to grow within the organisation.


  • Ensuring the efficient running of machines
  • Line Feeding
  • Carrying out Quality checks
  • Palletising
  • Packing products
  • Safe use of manual aids, including pallet trucks
  • Complying with Health & Safety and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
  • Working as part of a friendly team to meet daily targets


You will need the following skills and experience: 

  • Good communication skills & the ability to multi-task
  • Team-working
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Good attention to detail and levels of accuracy
  • Continue good work standards across your whole shift
  • To be able to work flexible working hours


Shift patterns: 6am-2pm, 2pm-10pm & 10pm-6am, Monday-Friday.

These shifts work across a 3-week rotation so one week you would complete the 6am-2pm shift for that week, the following week you move to 2pm-10pm and finally the next week would be 10pm-6am. This repeats itself every 3 weeks.


Pay Rate: £9.80 per hour (rising to £10.00 after 4 weeks and £10.22 after 12 weeks)

This also included paid lunches from the day you start!


You must be over 18 to apply for the position!

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