CPM Pro­duc­tion Operative

​An exciting new opportunity has arisen for Production Operatives to join the Preston site.

Various shift patterns available

Start Time: 06.15am/18.45pm, Finish Time: 18.00pm/05.00am

The purpose of the role is to assist Line Leaders in ensuring the smooth running of the day-to-day operations in order to fulfil business and department targets, while maintaining product safety and quality standards.

Main duties include (but not limited to):

  • Under the guidance of the Shift Managers and Line Leaders, ensure that each product specification is followed and any anomalies are reported immediately
  • To ensure that any production targets set by the Shift Manager and Line Leader are met; or if this is not possible, shortfalls are reported to the relevant person in a timely manner
  • To maintain a clean and tidy area meeting both safety and hygiene regulations of the site
  • To wear the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment at all times within the Production Area
  • Carry out training commensurate with the area including regular refresher/update training as and when required
  • To report any equipment defects immediately to the Shift Manager or Line Leader
  • To behave in a safe and appropriate manner at all times
  • To assist during internal / external audits as required
  • Adhere to all company rules and policies
  • To maintain high levels of work performance including attendance, timekeeping etc
  • Liaise with colleagues in other departments to ensure the throughput of all products in a timely and efficient manner
  • Contribute to KPIs in quality, health, safety and environment, yields and customer service
  • Highlight areas of improvement
  • Ensure that all statutory (industry guidelines), legal, food safety & customer requirements are met
  • Ensure adherence to all standards and processes relating to CCP monitoring, glass, complaints, label verifications and other paperwork in your department
  • Understand relevant legislation, internal company policies and procedures, codes of practice, technical specifications, COSHH regulations and developments in H.A.C.C.P systems relevant to the department
  • Uphold good housekeeping and hygiene practices to ensure product safety, with particular attention to temperature control and general hygiene
  • Respect and honour the sentiment of the Cranswick ethical policies and codes of conduct when interacting with colleagues
  • Attend required training in line with current legislation, Health and Safety guidelines and changing departmental operations

Requirements, experience and person specification:

  • Previous experience of FMCG manufacturing (advantageous)
  • Understanding of continuous improvement tools and techniques
  • Awareness of customer standards
  • Ability to meet job requirements

If you are an internal applicant, please ensure you have made your line manager aware before applying and confirm this when submitting your application.

To apply, please submit your covering letter and CV to: CCF.Careers@Cranswick.co.uk

Closing Date: 1st July 2022