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    • telford, shropshire
    • contract
    • £23,000 per year
    • full-time
    Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contractShift 08:30am - 16:00pm Monday to Friday (37.5 Hours Per Week)Accrue paid holidaysParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportWork From Home optionAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more! Responsibilities:To liaise by telephone with customers and Sales Engineers at the time of order process if any issues are identified with the orderChasing client paperworkSending lettersUpdating excel reports and Access databaseArranging returns with our returns department.Attending cadence meetings.Submitting information for financial claims in conjunction with our finance teamEnsure PO numbers are raised correctly against customer orders Requirements:Previous experience in customer support or admin is desirableMust have computer proficiency with applications such as (Microsoft Teams, Bfo, SAP, MYSE etc)Good communication skillsAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and attitudeFlexible approach with the ability to adapt to change and learn new skills quicklyTeam orientatedAbility to multi task (logging queries while speaking with customers) Please apply today and our team will contact you
    Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contractShift 08:30am - 16:00pm Monday to Friday (37.5 Hours Per Week)Accrue paid holidaysParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportWork From Home optionAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more! Responsibilities:To liaise by telephone with customers and Sales Engineers at the time of order process if any issues are identified with the orderChasing client paperworkSending lettersUpdating excel reports and Access databaseArranging returns with our returns department.Attending cadence meetings.Submitting information for financial claims in conjunction with our finance teamEnsure PO numbers are raised correctly against customer orders Requirements:Previous experience in customer support or admin is desirableMust have computer proficiency with applications such as (Microsoft Teams, Bfo, SAP, MYSE etc)Good communication skillsAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and attitudeFlexible approach with the ability to adapt to change and learn new skills quicklyTeam orientatedAbility to multi task (logging queries while speaking with customers) Please apply today and our team will contact you
    • telford, shropshire
    • permanent
    • competitive
    • full-time
    Do you have experience of working in a Process Engineer role?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a Process Engineer for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for a Process Engineer at Cosma Casting UK, they specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive salary plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours: Days - Monday - FridayPosition Summary:Working for a T1 automotive supplier, reporting to the Die Casting Process Supervisor the DieCasting Process Engineer is responsible for delivering sustainable Die Casting processes throughexperience, innovation & perseverance, driving Continuous Improvement initiatives within thearea whilst maintaining a clear understanding of the relationship Die Casting has with theadjoining processes.Responsibilities:This role entails but is not limited to: - Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant.- Actively present on the HPDC processes on the shop floor- Provide Technical lead on Die Casting process related items- Instigate correct casting defect diagnosis and identify the KPIV and influence themintelligently- Daily dialogue with the Production Team to ensure the Die Casting processes meet thedelivery objectives (provide Tier 3 daily meeting representation)- Developing & maintaining process documentation- Process Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (PFMEA) - involvement in projects thatreduce/remove failure modes from the process and the evolution of the PFMEAdocumentation- Develop and implement process improvement strategies through OEE improvements CostAvoidance projects &scrap reduction activities- Drive Continuous Improvement (C.I) activities within the Die Casting processes- Investigate, troubleshoot & resolve - root cause analysis- Offer guidance to others in the business through effective communication, leadership,coaching and mentoring.- Playing a key role in the implementation of new Die Casting products/technologiesthrough design input, launches/burst builds/tool trials- Forge sound working relationships with suppliers to allow CCUK to remain at the forefrontof HPDC technological advancement.Experience:- Proficient in Microsoft Packages- Continuous Improvement Activities- ABB knowledge - programming andfault finding (IRC5)- Understanding of control systems and parameter management- Knowledge of tooling design principles for the Die Casting process- Process change management experience- Leadership skills - mentoring and coaching of team members- Lean manufacturing / OEE- Methodical DOE approach- HPDC Key Process Input Variable (KPIV) identification skills- Root cause analysis/ 8D- Metallurgy experience - understanding the impact of alloying elements within aluminium.- Engineering Mathematics - Proficient inthe use of pressure/force/velocity/area/mass formulas- Involvement in APQP, PPAP, "Run at Rate" events Personal attributes - - Good interpersonal skills with "hands on" problem solving expertise- Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals- Flexibility to travel overseas for some weeks duration or assist further challenges on site- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment- Objectivity - display the ability to effectively challenge- Open minded to the impact of suggestions from the team- Good leadership and interpersonal skills- Effective communicator through all necessary channels- Valid Driving Licence & Passport
    Do you have experience of working in a Process Engineer role?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a Process Engineer for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for a Process Engineer at Cosma Casting UK, they specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive salary plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours: Days - Monday - FridayPosition Summary:Working for a T1 automotive supplier, reporting to the Die Casting Process Supervisor the DieCasting Process Engineer is responsible for delivering sustainable Die Casting processes throughexperience, innovation & perseverance, driving Continuous Improvement initiatives within thearea whilst maintaining a clear understanding of the relationship Die Casting has with theadjoining processes.Responsibilities:This role entails but is not limited to: - Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant.- Actively present on the HPDC processes on the shop floor- Provide Technical lead on Die Casting process related items- Instigate correct casting defect diagnosis and identify the KPIV and influence themintelligently- Daily dialogue with the Production Team to ensure the Die Casting processes meet thedelivery objectives (provide Tier 3 daily meeting representation)- Developing & maintaining process documentation- Process Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (PFMEA) - involvement in projects thatreduce/remove failure modes from the process and the evolution of the PFMEAdocumentation- Develop and implement process improvement strategies through OEE improvements CostAvoidance projects &scrap reduction activities- Drive Continuous Improvement (C.I) activities within the Die Casting processes- Investigate, troubleshoot & resolve - root cause analysis- Offer guidance to others in the business through effective communication, leadership,coaching and mentoring.- Playing a key role in the implementation of new Die Casting products/technologiesthrough design input, launches/burst builds/tool trials- Forge sound working relationships with suppliers to allow CCUK to remain at the forefrontof HPDC technological advancement.Experience:- Proficient in Microsoft Packages- Continuous Improvement Activities- ABB knowledge - programming andfault finding (IRC5)- Understanding of control systems and parameter management- Knowledge of tooling design principles for the Die Casting process- Process change management experience- Leadership skills - mentoring and coaching of team members- Lean manufacturing / OEE- Methodical DOE approach- HPDC Key Process Input Variable (KPIV) identification skills- Root cause analysis/ 8D- Metallurgy experience - understanding the impact of alloying elements within aluminium.- Engineering Mathematics - Proficient inthe use of pressure/force/velocity/area/mass formulas- Involvement in APQP, PPAP, "Run at Rate" events Personal attributes - - Good interpersonal skills with "hands on" problem solving expertise- Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals- Flexibility to travel overseas for some weeks duration or assist further challenges on site- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment- Objectivity - display the ability to effectively challenge- Open minded to the impact of suggestions from the team- Good leadership and interpersonal skills- Effective communicator through all necessary channels- Valid Driving Licence & Passport
    • telford, shropshire
    • permanent
    • £32,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Role:To manage the establishment, maintenance, and continuous improvement of Quality To provide positive direction to the achievement of the Quality goals for Telford through the development/implementation of improved quality systems and process plans. To ensure that the site meets it's Corporate, Statutory, and due diligence obligations through the maintenance of proper Quality records and procedures.To develop and implement Quality Assurance strategy across the site aligned with the Global and European Technical strategy. To ensure the Quality Systems on site are efficient and effective, delivering simple, enabling ways of working to support the Telford operation. To display a positive enthusiasm and demonstrate a real drive to make pragmatic, data-driven, timely improvements and decisions relating to Food Safety and Quality that support the site whilst protecting the BrandDevelopment To develop and drive improvement in the production and processing standards of the Telford siteTo develop and improve quality systems to ensure that Telford quality procedures meet Due Dilience, Statutory, Corporate and Customer requirements for finished product quality and safety.Manage and ensure compliance with BRC and customer requirementsEnsure good audit practice and develop auditing techniques to maximise the effectiveness of the quality system.Track and analyse trends in product non-conformance and quality system non-compliances to identify underlying cause and initiate appropriate and timely root cause remedial action.Evaluate and define criteria required for the manufacture and supply of finished goods to meet Heinz quality requirements.Maintain awareness of technological developments and industry best practice and provide expertise in order to identify and implement opportunities to improve manufacturing processes, quality systems, product quality and quality cost avoidance.Define the actions necessary to resolve complex quality problems by the management of and liaison with internal functional and supplier representatives and Provide timely and appropriate management of quality incidents in order to avoid adverse impact on Heinz product quality and customer service levels and minimise financial cost of incidents to Heinz.To ensure SAP is embedded in all quality related processes and benefits optimized.The job holder must be educated to degree level or equivalent in a scientific or technical discipline and have several year's management experience within the food industryThe job holder must hold a recognised HACCP qualification and be able to demonstrate knowledge/competency in both TACCP/VACCPThe job holder must be competent in designing, documenting and implementing quality systems.The job holder should have a minimum of 5 years- experience working in a food, or closely related industry, which should include experience in auditing systems to a recognised standard.The job holder must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of successful implementation of quality improvement initiatives, preferably within the food supply chain.The job holder must have expert knowledge of food safety legislation and legal procedures.The job holder must have successfully applied quality management techniques such as HACCP, Process Analysis and Statistical Process Control.The job holder must be capable of communicating clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing to all levels within, European affiliates, vendors and customers, with an ability to deliver line training in quality related disciplines.The job holder must be capable of assimilating a range of differing and technically complex manufacturing processes in order to identify supply chain weaknesses and develop root cause solutions to ensure materials and finished products which consistently meet requirements.The jobholder must be able to apply clear thinking and analytical skills to quality incidents and influence others in order to deliver appropriate corrective and preventive actions. Facilitate the move from paper-based systems to electronic onesCo-ordinate the FSQ Training agenda, ensuring materials are comprehensive and training is prioritised by risk and tracked against a plan. Improving Quality KPIs to drive change and improvement to reduce incidents and risk to product. Ensure quality standards are defined, communicated, and maintained Identify and communicate top losses for Food safety and Quality KPIs including Right First Time, Cost of Quality and Complaints, ensuring appropriate improvement plans are in place. Reduce operational risk by identifying opportunities to simplify and strengthen current practices and ways of working
    Role:To manage the establishment, maintenance, and continuous improvement of Quality To provide positive direction to the achievement of the Quality goals for Telford through the development/implementation of improved quality systems and process plans. To ensure that the site meets it's Corporate, Statutory, and due diligence obligations through the maintenance of proper Quality records and procedures.To develop and implement Quality Assurance strategy across the site aligned with the Global and European Technical strategy. To ensure the Quality Systems on site are efficient and effective, delivering simple, enabling ways of working to support the Telford operation. To display a positive enthusiasm and demonstrate a real drive to make pragmatic, data-driven, timely improvements and decisions relating to Food Safety and Quality that support the site whilst protecting the BrandDevelopment To develop and drive improvement in the production and processing standards of the Telford siteTo develop and improve quality systems to ensure that Telford quality procedures meet Due Dilience, Statutory, Corporate and Customer requirements for finished product quality and safety.Manage and ensure compliance with BRC and customer requirementsEnsure good audit practice and develop auditing techniques to maximise the effectiveness of the quality system.Track and analyse trends in product non-conformance and quality system non-compliances to identify underlying cause and initiate appropriate and timely root cause remedial action.Evaluate and define criteria required for the manufacture and supply of finished goods to meet Heinz quality requirements.Maintain awareness of technological developments and industry best practice and provide expertise in order to identify and implement opportunities to improve manufacturing processes, quality systems, product quality and quality cost avoidance.Define the actions necessary to resolve complex quality problems by the management of and liaison with internal functional and supplier representatives and Provide timely and appropriate management of quality incidents in order to avoid adverse impact on Heinz product quality and customer service levels and minimise financial cost of incidents to Heinz.To ensure SAP is embedded in all quality related processes and benefits optimized.The job holder must be educated to degree level or equivalent in a scientific or technical discipline and have several year's management experience within the food industryThe job holder must hold a recognised HACCP qualification and be able to demonstrate knowledge/competency in both TACCP/VACCPThe job holder must be competent in designing, documenting and implementing quality systems.The job holder should have a minimum of 5 years- experience working in a food, or closely related industry, which should include experience in auditing systems to a recognised standard.The job holder must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of successful implementation of quality improvement initiatives, preferably within the food supply chain.The job holder must have expert knowledge of food safety legislation and legal procedures.The job holder must have successfully applied quality management techniques such as HACCP, Process Analysis and Statistical Process Control.The job holder must be capable of communicating clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing to all levels within, European affiliates, vendors and customers, with an ability to deliver line training in quality related disciplines.The job holder must be capable of assimilating a range of differing and technically complex manufacturing processes in order to identify supply chain weaknesses and develop root cause solutions to ensure materials and finished products which consistently meet requirements.The jobholder must be able to apply clear thinking and analytical skills to quality incidents and influence others in order to deliver appropriate corrective and preventive actions. Facilitate the move from paper-based systems to electronic onesCo-ordinate the FSQ Training agenda, ensuring materials are comprehensive and training is prioritised by risk and tracked against a plan. Improving Quality KPIs to drive change and improvement to reduce incidents and risk to product. Ensure quality standards are defined, communicated, and maintained Identify and communicate top losses for Food safety and Quality KPIs including Right First Time, Cost of Quality and Complaints, ensuring appropriate improvement plans are in place. Reduce operational risk by identifying opportunities to simplify and strengthen current practices and ways of working
    • telford, shropshire
    • permanent
    • competitive
    • full-time
    Die Cast Machine OperatorDo you have experience of working as a Die Casting Machine Operator or machine operating experience?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit Die Cast Machine operators for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Cosma Casting UK provide a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market. Cosma Casting UK have an established a manufacturing facility in Telford and specialise in high pressure die-casting, designing and building medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Role SummaryReporting to the Team Leader the DCM Operator is part of the team responsible for the manufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environment and satisfying all customer quality standards.Hours of workNight shift, Monday to Friday, 22:00 - 06:00Key ResponsibilitiesThis role entails but is not limited to: -Guarantee a safe working environmentEnsure all production processes conform to current quality standardsManufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demandStrive to improve production processesPart of team to root cause analysis of non-conforming production and implement corrective actionsQuality check of parts producedRecord hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts producedPromote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all Health and Safety environmental requirementsKey Qualifications/RequirementsEssential:Proven Production experienceExperience within Die castings sector or injection mouldingExperience of problem solvingUse of 5S to improve production environmentGood working knowledge of Microsoft (Excel, Word etc.)Understanding of KPI's to track performanceProven experience of technical ability (Die cast machine/moulding machines/machine Op/setter etc)Desirable: IOSH QualificationTier 1 automotive supplyFLTOverhead CraneABB robot operatingAPQP & PPAPAdditional InformationPersonal Attributes:Good problem solving skillsTeam playerConfidence to challenge the status quoTarget drivenWork collaboratively to achieve project/company goalsAbility to work in a fast paced environmentGood communicator both written and verbalAbility to work under pressureOrganised and able to multi-taskProactive in approach with a "can do attitude"Self-motivatedEligibility to work in the UKWork Environment:Plant conditions necessitate exposure to heat, cold, dust, hot objects, and loud noises within our manufacturing environment. Full Health and Safety training and PPE provided for all conditions.
    Die Cast Machine OperatorDo you have experience of working as a Die Casting Machine Operator or machine operating experience?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit Die Cast Machine operators for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Cosma Casting UK provide a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market. Cosma Casting UK have an established a manufacturing facility in Telford and specialise in high pressure die-casting, designing and building medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Role SummaryReporting to the Team Leader the DCM Operator is part of the team responsible for the manufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environment and satisfying all customer quality standards.Hours of workNight shift, Monday to Friday, 22:00 - 06:00Key ResponsibilitiesThis role entails but is not limited to: -Guarantee a safe working environmentEnsure all production processes conform to current quality standardsManufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demandStrive to improve production processesPart of team to root cause analysis of non-conforming production and implement corrective actionsQuality check of parts producedRecord hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts producedPromote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all Health and Safety environmental requirementsKey Qualifications/RequirementsEssential:Proven Production experienceExperience within Die castings sector or injection mouldingExperience of problem solvingUse of 5S to improve production environmentGood working knowledge of Microsoft (Excel, Word etc.)Understanding of KPI's to track performanceProven experience of technical ability (Die cast machine/moulding machines/machine Op/setter etc)Desirable: IOSH QualificationTier 1 automotive supplyFLTOverhead CraneABB robot operatingAPQP & PPAPAdditional InformationPersonal Attributes:Good problem solving skillsTeam playerConfidence to challenge the status quoTarget drivenWork collaboratively to achieve project/company goalsAbility to work in a fast paced environmentGood communicator both written and verbalAbility to work under pressureOrganised and able to multi-taskProactive in approach with a "can do attitude"Self-motivatedEligibility to work in the UKWork Environment:Plant conditions necessitate exposure to heat, cold, dust, hot objects, and loud noises within our manufacturing environment. Full Health and Safety training and PPE provided for all conditions.
    • telford, shropshire
    • permanent
    • £10.11 - £12.22 per hour
    • full-time
    We are pleased to be recruiting Production Operatives on behalf of our client Cosma Castings, part of the Magna International Group.Do you want to influence the future of one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers?Do you have any experience of working in a fast paced production environment?Do you want more job security and career opportunities working for a leading manufacturer in pioneering technology and solutions?Are you able to work in a fast paced environment that designs and builds aluminium die-cast automotive components.Are you looking for a career in a state of the art manufacturing facility in Telford?If you answered yes to the above, we really want to hear from you, because jobs like these with the salary, perks and benefits available don't come around very often.What you will be doing:Identifying, highlighting and escalating any product issues by STOP, CALL, WAIT process.Reporting to the Team Leader the Operator is part of the team responsible for themanufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environmentWorking on fast paced production lineLoading and unloading aluminium castingsUsing hand tools (flies, planes, grinders etc) to rework the casting to customer specificationDelivering and maintaining both individual and team targetsMaintaining 5S standards to maintain a safe working and clean environmentYou will maintain the line to ensure that it runs smoothly and efficientlyEnsure all production processes conform to current quality standards top ensure quality parts are manufacturedManufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demandWork as part of a team to find the root cause of non-conforming production and implement corrective actionsRecord hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts producedKaizen - always looking to improve production processesThe role:Production Operative:Days: Monday to Friday (Rotating shifts) - 0600 - 1400 / 1400 - 2200Nights:Monday to Friday (Set shift pattern) 2200 - 060037.5 hours per week - Potential overtime opportunitiesSalary and Benefits:Salary: £10.11 (Am shift), £10.75 (PM shift), £12.22 (night shift)Benefits package includes:Competitive salary 28 days holiday for the first 12 weeks, increasing to 33 days thereafter.Long term, ongoing assignment with temp to perm opportunitiesFree onsite parkingCanteen facilities with onsite shopRandstad benefits App - Discounts Employee assistance programmeAbout you:You will have an energetic, can- do-attitudeBe a proactive, confident and self-motivated individualExcellent verbal and written communication skillsGood communication, interpersonal skillsResults driven with good communication skillsAble to work in a faced paced environmentSelf-motivated, able to initiate and follow tasks through to completionProven Production experienceExperience of problem solving techniques/ideasUse of 5S to improve production environment (hygiene)Understanding of KPI's to track performanceRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunities. If you have a disability or any reasonable adjustment that requires accommodating through the application process please contact us.
    We are pleased to be recruiting Production Operatives on behalf of our client Cosma Castings, part of the Magna International Group.Do you want to influence the future of one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers?Do you have any experience of working in a fast paced production environment?Do you want more job security and career opportunities working for a leading manufacturer in pioneering technology and solutions?Are you able to work in a fast paced environment that designs and builds aluminium die-cast automotive components.Are you looking for a career in a state of the art manufacturing facility in Telford?If you answered yes to the above, we really want to hear from you, because jobs like these with the salary, perks and benefits available don't come around very often.What you will be doing:Identifying, highlighting and escalating any product issues by STOP, CALL, WAIT process.Reporting to the Team Leader the Operator is part of the team responsible for themanufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environmentWorking on fast paced production lineLoading and unloading aluminium castingsUsing hand tools (flies, planes, grinders etc) to rework the casting to customer specificationDelivering and maintaining both individual and team targetsMaintaining 5S standards to maintain a safe working and clean environmentYou will maintain the line to ensure that it runs smoothly and efficientlyEnsure all production processes conform to current quality standards top ensure quality parts are manufacturedManufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demandWork as part of a team to find the root cause of non-conforming production and implement corrective actionsRecord hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts producedKaizen - always looking to improve production processesThe role:Production Operative:Days: Monday to Friday (Rotating shifts) - 0600 - 1400 / 1400 - 2200Nights:Monday to Friday (Set shift pattern) 2200 - 060037.5 hours per week - Potential overtime opportunitiesSalary and Benefits:Salary: £10.11 (Am shift), £10.75 (PM shift), £12.22 (night shift)Benefits package includes:Competitive salary 28 days holiday for the first 12 weeks, increasing to 33 days thereafter.Long term, ongoing assignment with temp to perm opportunitiesFree onsite parkingCanteen facilities with onsite shopRandstad benefits App - Discounts Employee assistance programmeAbout you:You will have an energetic, can- do-attitudeBe a proactive, confident and self-motivated individualExcellent verbal and written communication skillsGood communication, interpersonal skillsResults driven with good communication skillsAble to work in a faced paced environmentSelf-motivated, able to initiate and follow tasks through to completionProven Production experienceExperience of problem solving techniques/ideasUse of 5S to improve production environment (hygiene)Understanding of KPI's to track performanceRandstad are committed to equal employment opportunities. If you have a disability or any reasonable adjustment that requires accommodating through the application process please contact us.
    • telford, shropshire
    • temporary
    • £9.20 - £9.20, per hour, increase to 9.55 after 12 weeks
    • full-time
    Warehouse OperativeWe are recruiting now for our forward thinking client. Would you like to work for a company who prides themselves on setting their purpose to empower everyone to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. They believe access to energy and digital is a basic human right.Are you looking for a role in warehousing with full training provided and a chance to progress in a pioneering company?We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional environment. You'll get weekly pay, scheduled shifts, paid holiday and training.Do you have a proactive and professional approach to your work? If yes, please apply today! We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional working environment.Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contract2 shift rotation - 6am-2pm and 12pm-8pmAccrue paid holidaysOn site subsidised canteenParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportHealth & safety training and supportAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more!Pay rate:£9.20 for the first 12 weeks and increasing to £9.55Responsibilities:Warehouse dutiesPicking/PackingPutting items into locationReworking itemsLabel printingLogging order numbers General up clean of warehouse Must be able to use a computer to log dispatch details Using hand held scannerSupporting with quality checks before dispatchRequirements:Good communication skills and an understanding of verbal and written EnglishPrevious experience within either a manufacturing / production environment or a warehousing environmentAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and reliabilityAn enthusiastic and positive attitude This role is to start immediately next weekIf you feel this role is relevant to your previous experience and a role you're interested in then please apply now
    Warehouse OperativeWe are recruiting now for our forward thinking client. Would you like to work for a company who prides themselves on setting their purpose to empower everyone to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. They believe access to energy and digital is a basic human right.Are you looking for a role in warehousing with full training provided and a chance to progress in a pioneering company?We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional environment. You'll get weekly pay, scheduled shifts, paid holiday and training.Do you have a proactive and professional approach to your work? If yes, please apply today! We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional working environment.Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contract2 shift rotation - 6am-2pm and 12pm-8pmAccrue paid holidaysOn site subsidised canteenParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportHealth & safety training and supportAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more!Pay rate:£9.20 for the first 12 weeks and increasing to £9.55Responsibilities:Warehouse dutiesPicking/PackingPutting items into locationReworking itemsLabel printingLogging order numbers General up clean of warehouse Must be able to use a computer to log dispatch details Using hand held scannerSupporting with quality checks before dispatchRequirements:Good communication skills and an understanding of verbal and written EnglishPrevious experience within either a manufacturing / production environment or a warehousing environmentAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and reliabilityAn enthusiastic and positive attitude This role is to start immediately next weekIf you feel this role is relevant to your previous experience and a role you're interested in then please apply now
    • telford, shropshire
    • temporary
    • £9.20 - £9.20, per hour, increase to 9.55 after 12 weeks
    • full-time
    Warehouse OperativeWe are recruiting now for our forward thinking client. Would you like to work for a company who prides themselves on setting their purpose to empower everyone to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. They believe access to energy and digital is a basic human right.Are you looking for a role in warehousing with full training provided and a chance to progress in a pioneering company?We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional environment. You'll get weekly pay, scheduled shifts, paid holiday and training.Do you have a proactive and professional approach to your work? If yes, please apply today! We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional working environment.Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contract2 shift rotation - 6am-2pm and 12pm-8pmAccrue paid holidaysOn site subsidised canteenParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportHealth & safety training and supportAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more!Pay rate:£9.20 for the first 12 weeks and increasing to £9.55Responsibilities:Warehouse dutiesPicking/PackingPutting items into locationReworking itemsLabel printingLogging order numbers General up clean of warehouse Must be able to use a computer to log dispatch details Using hand held scannerSupporting with quality checks before dispatchRequirements:Good communication skills and an understanding of verbal and written EnglishPrevious experience within either a manufacturing / production environment or a warehousing environmentAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and reliabilityAn enthusiastic and positive attitude This role is to start immediately next weekIf you feel this role is relevant to your previous experience and a role you're interested in then please apply now
    Warehouse OperativeWe are recruiting now for our forward thinking client. Would you like to work for a company who prides themselves on setting their purpose to empower everyone to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. They believe access to energy and digital is a basic human right.Are you looking for a role in warehousing with full training provided and a chance to progress in a pioneering company?We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional environment. You'll get weekly pay, scheduled shifts, paid holiday and training.Do you have a proactive and professional approach to your work? If yes, please apply today! We have competitive pay rates and set shift patterns, in a clean and professional working environment.Benefits:Weekly payOngoing contract2 shift rotation - 6am-2pm and 12pm-8pmAccrue paid holidaysOn site subsidised canteenParking and bike storage Based in Telford with excellent link to public transportHealth & safety training and supportAccess to benefits scheme which includes 100's of high street discounts and much more!Pay rate:£9.20 for the first 12 weeks and increasing to £9.55Responsibilities:Warehouse dutiesPicking/PackingPutting items into locationReworking itemsLabel printingLogging order numbers General up clean of warehouse Must be able to use a computer to log dispatch details Using hand held scannerSupporting with quality checks before dispatchRequirements:Good communication skills and an understanding of verbal and written EnglishPrevious experience within either a manufacturing / production environment or a warehousing environmentAttention to detailExcellent attendance levels and reliabilityAn enthusiastic and positive attitude This role is to start immediately next weekIf you feel this role is relevant to your previous experience and a role you're interested in then please apply now
    • telford, shropshire
    • temp to perm
    • £11.00 - £12.19 per hour
    • full-time
    Do you have experience of working as a FLT Driver?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a number of FLT Drivers for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for FLT Drivers. Cosma Casting UK will specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive hourly pay plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours:- 2 shift rotation 6:00 - 14:00 / 14:00 - 22:00 Position Summary:The Material Handler is a core member of the MPL team responsible for ensuring that materials are correctly handled and managed throughout the site, safeguarding accurate and reliable stock records and providing production teams with reliable and on time delivery of material. Provide support in respect to production to include booking in, line feeding and inventory control of stock. Work collaboratively with other departments, including: planning, production, procurement and quality to deliver to lean manufacturing objectives and customer requirements. Responsibilities:Core duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: Issuing of material, including related documentation to shop floor; Loading of finished goods into customer logistics; Carrying out stock transactions as part of the shipping process; Adherence to material traceability requirements; Moving semi-finished products through production; Carrying out material transactions where required within the production systems; Unloading of material deliveries in accordance to process; Maintenance of FIFO and Kanban systems; Materials release to shop floor in accordance with Production Schedules; Prompt receipt, inspection and distribution (or storage) of goods; Support inventory cycle counting process and accuracy; To ensure good housekeeping and maintain MAFACT standards; To attend to all necessary paper work; Support the generation and review of process documentation; Any other reasonable task requested; Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all Health and Safety environmental requirements Personal Attributes:Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals; Good Interpersonal skills; Ability to handle multiple projects and prioritise to meet deadlines; Ability to work in a fast paced environment; Good analytical skills; Strong communicator both written and verbal; Health and safety conscious of both self and others activities; Very organised; Proactive in approach with a "can do attitude"; Hold a current UK driving licence; Eligibility to work in the UK. Work Environment: Plant conditions necessitate exposure to heat, cold, dust, hot objects, and loud noises within our manufacturing environment. Full Health and Safety training and PPE provided for all conditions.Experience:Proven experience in a manufacturing environment, covering shipping, goods inward, production movements and repetitive FLT movements; Experience of working with computerised stock management system is essential; Methodical and accurate record keeping; Able to integrate well into an emerging team supporting and assisting colleagues; Experience with Microsoft Excel and Outlook an advantage; Able to manage and prioritise numerous priorities simultaneously; Microsoft office and business system skills; FLT licence holder up to 7T. Desirable: Manufacturing execution systems; SAP use or similar ERP/MRP
    Do you have experience of working as a FLT Driver?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a number of FLT Drivers for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for FLT Drivers. Cosma Casting UK will specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive hourly pay plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours:- 2 shift rotation 6:00 - 14:00 / 14:00 - 22:00 Position Summary:The Material Handler is a core member of the MPL team responsible for ensuring that materials are correctly handled and managed throughout the site, safeguarding accurate and reliable stock records and providing production teams with reliable and on time delivery of material. Provide support in respect to production to include booking in, line feeding and inventory control of stock. Work collaboratively with other departments, including: planning, production, procurement and quality to deliver to lean manufacturing objectives and customer requirements. Responsibilities:Core duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: Issuing of material, including related documentation to shop floor; Loading of finished goods into customer logistics; Carrying out stock transactions as part of the shipping process; Adherence to material traceability requirements; Moving semi-finished products through production; Carrying out material transactions where required within the production systems; Unloading of material deliveries in accordance to process; Maintenance of FIFO and Kanban systems; Materials release to shop floor in accordance with Production Schedules; Prompt receipt, inspection and distribution (or storage) of goods; Support inventory cycle counting process and accuracy; To ensure good housekeeping and maintain MAFACT standards; To attend to all necessary paper work; Support the generation and review of process documentation; Any other reasonable task requested; Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all Health and Safety environmental requirements Personal Attributes:Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals; Good Interpersonal skills; Ability to handle multiple projects and prioritise to meet deadlines; Ability to work in a fast paced environment; Good analytical skills; Strong communicator both written and verbal; Health and safety conscious of both self and others activities; Very organised; Proactive in approach with a "can do attitude"; Hold a current UK driving licence; Eligibility to work in the UK. Work Environment: Plant conditions necessitate exposure to heat, cold, dust, hot objects, and loud noises within our manufacturing environment. Full Health and Safety training and PPE provided for all conditions.Experience:Proven experience in a manufacturing environment, covering shipping, goods inward, production movements and repetitive FLT movements; Experience of working with computerised stock management system is essential; Methodical and accurate record keeping; Able to integrate well into an emerging team supporting and assisting colleagues; Experience with Microsoft Excel and Outlook an advantage; Able to manage and prioritise numerous priorities simultaneously; Microsoft office and business system skills; FLT licence holder up to 7T. Desirable: Manufacturing execution systems; SAP use or similar ERP/MRP

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