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Location: United Kingdom, North West England

FLT and Project Support Operative

United Kingdom, North West England
Competitive

Job Description

We are looking for a Production Line Support Operator to be part of an exciting engineering project in Widnes.

The Re-Paint Project is currently underway at an impressive new facility in Widnes, refurbishing a 56-strong fleet of trains. Working in a large team of Support Operatives, Mechanical Fitters, Spray Painters, Vehicle Preppers and more, the aim is to deliver a full external re-spray of these iconic rail vehicles to the highest possible standard.

Immediate starts are available on this project, running until December 2019.

Rate
£12/hour through a limited company for all hours

Qualifications Required:
•Good written and communication skills
•Good organisational and planning skills
•Methodical & disciplined
•Valid FLT Counterbalance License

Experience Required:
•FLT Counterbalance experience
•Crane Op/Lifting Op Experience
•Manual Handling
•Banksman Experience
•User - Microsoft Office desktop applications

Training:
On the job training given

Job Description:
•Work as directed by and in co-operation with the Operations Manager
•Operate as a member of a work team, as the role of that work team requires
•Undertake shunting activities to assist in movement of rail vehicles (as part of a rail movements team)
•Ensure effective and efficient control and logistics of materials on site
•Maintain good housekeeping within the working area
•Participate in Company Initiatives, in particular to be engaged in Continuous Improvement (Kaizen) activity
•Comply with the clients Procedures and Code of Ethics
•Comply with all depot protection procedures
•Understand and abide to safety notices, rules and regulations and follow safe working practices, H&SAW and COSHH
•Be capable of accepting training in other skills and carry out duties e.g. forklift and operational duties which could include movement of rail vehicles
•Able to act as a member of a multi-disciplined team (flexibility around team roles)
•Strong analytical and problem solving skills
•Good interpersonal skills
•Able to work on own initiative where required
•Good judgement and decision-making capability

The Health & Safety of all personnel on our client sites is always at the forefront of our recruitment process, therefore successful applicants will be subject to mandatory Drug and Alcohol Tests prior to start.

We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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