VACANCIES

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We are currently seeking the right individuals to fill the following vacancies:

Night Shift Material Handler

Reporting To:  Shift Manager

Overall Purpose        

To ensure raw materials are stored, recorded and controlled, prepared in the correct condition and issued to production in a timely manner as per the Material Handlers Plan.  To ensure that Finished Goods and WIP are scanned onto the Jobshop system and palletised.

Principal Accountabilities     

  • Management, handling and control of all Raw Material in the store on the Mezzanine ensuring all materials are located correctly and scanned in location on Jobshop.
  • Referring to the Material Handlers Sheet – issue and transport raw material from the store to the factory location driers and day bins, recording all movements as they happen with the bar code scanners. Material must be prepared in advance with reference to the correct drying conditions and available for the factory in a timely manner to ensure Production meet their targets set in the Daily Production Plan.
  • Management of Raw Materials from the Bulk Store in the Outback via the Bulk Material Feed system, keeping the system well fed and issuing materials as needed.
  • Emptying and Clean down of machine hoppers and return of left over materials in part bags to the Mezzanine store. Weighing and recording of part bags and scanning and return to store in a controlled manner.
  • Issuing Masterbatch to shop floor and loading to the correct recipe and calibration of dosers to ensure correct colour match of components, referring to the recipe book for correct percentage, updating if needed and referring to the process pack in case of any inconsistencies.
  • Issuing 4 hourly (and at intervals between as required) of returnable packaging and card boxes and layer card and foam to the shop floor to support Operators and PQCs to maintain production
  • Use trolley to visit workstations and collect product regularly to ensure smooth flow of finished product.
  • At Booking Area scan boxes to book into Jobshop.
  • Once all boxes are booked on trolley successfully and Bulk WIP Recording has closed, move trolley into palletising area.
  • In palletising area move trolley round pallet locations unloading correct boxes onto correct pallets using Machine Code in Label to identify box to pallet.
  • When a pallet is full, position Pallet Full sign under top layer of boxes so Stores are aware of which pallet needs transferring to Stores.
  • Return trolley to correct location.
  • Scanning and palletising of FGs and WIP in the Bat Cage area and movement of full pallets to the pallet wrapper and on to the transit area using both hand and or powered lifting devices
  • Removal of scrap parts and sprues and runners to the Recycling Area during the shift to prevent any build up on the shop floor and the feeding of these into the grinder.
  • Assist in Line Clearance and sign paperwork as required.
  • Hold a Hand Over meeting at the end of shift to the next shift’s Material Handler.
  • Work with other shift Material Handlers in the performance of all tasks, working as a team to meet shift targets
  • Break cover.
  • Participate in and actively promote the company’s CIP by being proactive in suggesting improvements in productivity and efficiency, and looking for ways to continually improve the way we work and to reduce waste.
  • Good Housekeeping (5S) – To ensure mould machines, factory and surrounding areas and Mezzanine store are clean and tidy. Ensure materials are handled, transferred and stored on the Mezzanine and shop floor in a clean, safe and tidy fashion.
  • Any other reasonable request from a senior member of staff.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Night Shift Material Handler, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

Night Shift Material Handler

Reporting To:  Shift Manager

Overall Purpose        

To ensure raw materials are stored, recorded and controlled, prepared in the correct condition and issued to production in a timely manner as per the Material Handlers Plan.  To ensure that Finished Goods and WIP are scanned onto the Jobshop system and palletised.

Principal Accountabilities     

  • Management, handling and control of all Raw Material in the store on the Mezzanine ensuring all materials are located correctly and scanned in location on Jobshop.
  • Referring to the Material Handlers Sheet – issue and transport raw material from the store to the factory location driers and day bins, recording all movements as they happen with the bar code scanners. Material must be prepared in advance with reference to the correct drying conditions and available for the factory in a timely manner to ensure Production meet their targets set in the Daily Production Plan.
  • Management of Raw Materials from the Bulk Store in the Outback via the Bulk Material Feed system, keeping the system well fed and issuing materials as needed.
  • Emptying and Clean down of machine hoppers and return of left over materials in part bags to the Mezzanine store. Weighing and recording of part bags and scanning and return to store in a controlled manner.
  • Issuing Masterbatch to shop floor and loading to the correct recipe and calibration of dosers to ensure correct colour match of components, referring to the recipe book for correct percentage, updating if needed and referring to the process pack in case of any inconsistencies.
  • Issuing 4 hourly (and at intervals between as required) of returnable packaging and card boxes and layer card and foam to the shop floor to support Operators and PQCs to maintain production
  • Use trolley to visit workstations and collect product regularly to ensure smooth flow of finished product.
  • At Booking Area scan boxes to book into Jobshop.
  • Once all boxes are booked on trolley successfully and Bulk WIP Recording has closed, move trolley into palletising area.
  • In palletising area move trolley round pallet locations unloading correct boxes onto correct pallets using Machine Code in Label to identify box to pallet.
  • When a pallet is full, position Pallet Full sign under top layer of boxes so Stores are aware of which pallet needs transferring to Stores.
  • Return trolley to correct location.
  • Scanning and palletising of FGs and WIP in the Bat Cage area and movement of full pallets to the pallet wrapper and on to the transit area using both hand and or powered lifting devices
  • Removal of scrap parts and sprues and runners to the Recycling Area during the shift to prevent any build up on the shop floor and the feeding of these into the grinder.
  • Assist in Line Clearance and sign paperwork as required.
  • Hold a Hand Over meeting at the end of shift to the next shift’s Material Handler.
  • Work with other shift Material Handlers in the performance of all tasks, working as a team to meet shift targets
  • Break cover.
  • Participate in and actively promote the company’s CIP by being proactive in suggesting improvements in productivity and efficiency, and looking for ways to continually improve the way we work and to reduce waste.
  • Good Housekeeping (5S) – To ensure mould machines, factory and surrounding areas and Mezzanine store are clean and tidy. Ensure materials are handled, transferred and stored on the Mezzanine and shop floor in a clean, safe and tidy fashion.
  • Any other reasonable request from a senior member of staff.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Night Shift Material Handler, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

Late Shift Material Handler

Reporting To:  Shift Manager

Overall Purpose        

To ensure raw materials are stored, recorded and controlled, prepared in the correct condition and issued to production in a timely manner as per the Material Handlers Plan.  To ensure that Finished Goods and WIP are scanned onto the Jobshop system and palletised.

Principal Accountabilities     

  • Management, handling and control of all Raw Material in the store on the Mezzanine ensuring all materials are located correctly and scanned in location on Jobshop.
  • Referring to the Material Handlers Sheet – issue and transport raw material from the store to the factory location driers and day bins, recording all movements as they happen with the bar code scanners. Material must be prepared in advance with reference to the correct drying conditions and available for the factory in a timely manner to ensure Production meet their targets set in the Daily Production Plan.
  • Management of Raw Materials from the Bulk Store in the Outback via the Bulk Material Feed system, keeping the system well fed and issuing materials as needed.
  • Emptying and Clean down of machine hoppers and return of left over materials in part bags to the Mezzanine store. Weighing and recording of part bags and scanning and return to store in a controlled manner.
  • Issuing Masterbatch to shop floor and loading to the correct recipe and calibration of dosers to ensure correct colour match of components, referring to the recipe book for correct percentage, updating if needed and referring to the process pack in case of any inconsistencies.
  • Issuing 4 hourly (and at intervals between as required) of returnable packaging and card boxes and layer card and foam to the shop floor to support Operators and PQCs to maintain production
  • Use trolley to visit workstations and collect product regularly to ensure smooth flow of finished product.
  • At Booking Area scan boxes to book into Jobshop.
  • Once all boxes are booked on trolley successfully and Bulk WIP Recording has closed, move trolley into palletising area.
  • In palletising area move trolley round pallet locations unloading correct boxes onto correct pallets using Machine Code in Label to identify box to pallet.
  • When a pallet is full, position Pallet Full sign under top layer of boxes so Stores are aware of which pallet needs transferring to Stores.
  • Return trolley to correct location.
  • Scanning and palletising of FGs and WIP in the Bat Cage area and movement of full pallets to the pallet wrapper and on to the transit area using both hand and or powered lifting devices
  • Removal of scrap parts and sprues and runners to the Recycling Area during the shift to prevent any build up on the shop floor and the feeding of these into the grinder.
  • Assist in Line Clearance and sign paperwork as required.
  • Hold a Hand Over meeting at the end of shift to the next shift’s Material Handler.
  • Work with other shift Material Handlers in the performance of all tasks, working as a team to meet shift targets
  • Break cover.
  • Participate in and actively promote the company’s CIP by being proactive in suggesting improvements in productivity and efficiency, and looking for ways to continually improve the way we work and to reduce waste.
  • Good Housekeeping (5S) – To ensure mould machines, factory and surrounding areas and Mezzanine store are clean and tidy. Ensure materials are handled, transferred and stored on the Mezzanine and shop floor in a clean, safe and tidy fashion.
  • Any other reasonable request from a senior member of staff.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Night Shift Material Handler, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

Assembly Operator

Reporting To:  Assembly Supervisor

Overall Purpose

To ensure that components produced at your station are to the acceptable quality standard as set by the customer and OGM, and your output targets are achieved.

Principal Accountabilities     

  • Undertake production as described in the Work Instructions provided ensuring the highest quality standards are adhered to and that the daily output target is met.
  • Inspect (visually) parts produced taking note of quality concerns and guidelines as per instructions on work instructions.
  • Advise Supervisor/engineering department reasons for quality failures or not achieving output targets.
  • Pack components as per specification.
  • Manually operate machinery as trained.
  • Good Housekeeping (5S) – Ensure all areas are clean and tidy.
  • Co-operate with Assembly Supervisor Quality Engineer to achieve quality goals.
  • Endeavour to raise personal awareness of quality requirements. Raise any quality issues to your assembly supervisor.
  • Engage in other operator duties as required.
  • Participate in and actively promote the company’s CIP (continuous improvement program) looking for ways to continually improve the way we work and to reduce waste.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Night Shift Material Handler, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

Late Shift Assembly Operator

Reporting To:  Assembly Supervisor

Overall Purpose

To ensure that components produced at your station are to the acceptable quality standard as set by the customer and OGM, and your output targets are achieved.

Principal Accountabilities     

  • Undertake production as described in the Work Instructions provided ensuring the highest quality standards are adhered to and that the daily output target is met.
  • Inspect (visually) parts produced taking note of quality concerns and guidelines as per instructions on work instructions.
  • Advise Supervisor/engineering department reasons for quality failures or not achieving output targets.
  • Pack components as per specification.
  • Manually operate machinery as trained.
  • Good Housekeeping (5S) – Ensure all areas are clean and tidy.
  • Co-operate with Assembly Supervisor Quality Engineer to achieve quality goals.
  • Endeavour to raise personal awareness of quality requirements. Raise any quality issues to your assembly supervisor.
  • Engage in other operator duties as required.
  • Participate in and actively promote the company’s CIP (continuous improvement program) looking for ways to continually improve the way we work and to reduce waste.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Night Shift Material Handler, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

Plastic Injection Mould Toolmaker

Reporting To:  Technical Project Manager/Toolroom Supervisor

Overall Purpose

To carry out any work or duties delegated by the Technical Projects Manager or Toolroom Supervisor, safely, in the correct way, and to the high standard required of OGM and on time.

Principal Accountabilities and Requirements

  • Manufacture new injection mould tools from technical drawings and 3D cad data to a high level of workmanship in an efficient and cost effective manner.
  • Minimum of 5 years plastic injection mould tool experience required.
  • Apprentice trained toolmaker.
  • CNC experience.
  • Cad/Cam experience.
  • Fully hardened steel production tools.
  • Experience with Hot runner systems / Valve gates and manifolds.
  • Repair, modify and maintain existing production tooling.
  • Operate all toolroom plant and machinery safely ensuring necessary protective clothing and equipment is used at all times.
  • Maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the toolroom.
  • Suggest any possible improvements to tooling or processes, for assessment by Technical Projects Manager or Toolroom Supervisor.
  • Log completed tool maintenance and repair work using the systems and databases provided.
  • Ensure correct marking and labelling of tools.
  • Be proactive in suggesting improvements in productivity and efficiency, part of OGM’s continual improvement program (CIP).
  • Good housekeeping (5S) – ensure that the factory and surrounding areas are kept tidy and within health and safety guidelines.

If you are interested in applying for the role of Plastic Injection Mould Toolmaker, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Adrian Beasley – Adrian.beasley@ogm.uk.com – NO AGENCIES.

We are always looking for zero hours contractors on all shifts: 5.45am-2pm, 1.45pm-10pm and 9.45pm-6am.

If you are interested in applying, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter to the Production Manager, Wayne Holden – wayne.holden@ogm.uk.com

NO AGENCIES.

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