Job Vacancy - Production Operator

The Role

Kewell Converters Ltd are a UK leading foam converter based in Edenbridge, Kent.
We operate 3 CNC routers, 3 CNC waterjets, 2 automatic press machines, and a CNC contour cutter as well as various other machinery including presses and laminators.

We are looking for a machine operator to cover the following tasks:

  • Set & operate speciality machinery to fabricate, manufacture, or assemble.
  • Maintain and monitor machine to make sure it functions properly
  • Understanding of how operated machine works.
  • Conduct quality checks & take responsibility for manufacture of quality products.
  • Record accurately production data using manufacturing control system.
  • Verify adequate materials and supplies are available to complete operations as needed.
  • Adjust machine as needed for changeovers, different functions, or other varying needs of production
  • Accurately perform production tasks, to tight deadlines.
  • Raise issues/problems promptly to Production Supervisor.
  • Consider health and safety in day to day activity (adheres to training and instruction given).

The Candidate

  • Good understanding of manufacturing processes, with an eye for detail & quality
  • Varied experience with machinery set up and operations (2 years)
  • Experience in wood working within industry is favourable
  • Experience of using of PCs for job management
  • Efficient, good work ethic, with general practical skills
  • Ability to learn and pick up new skills

We are looking for someone who would be available to work either 2pm - 10pm or 10pm - 6am, salary will be based on experience and shift.

If you are looking for your next step into the manufacturing world apply now!

Full time and part time considered

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Salary: £9.50 to £13.50 /hour

Benefits:

  • Company Events
  • Company Pension
  • On-site Parking

Experience:

  • machine set up: 2 years (Preferred)

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