Powder Paint Operative
|Job Reference No.||6980|
|Permanent / Temporary||Temporary to Permanent|
|Salary / Rate of Pay||£20k - £22k per annum|
|Days / Hours||39 hours per week|
Our well-established Dorking based Client is a manufacturer of industrial equipment, they are actively looking to recruit a Powder Paint Operative professional to join the Company’s Staff Team.
The main outline of the Powder Paint Operative role will be to monitor, maintain, test and treat the components required for production. Loading, and dipping parts into powder paint as well as spraying and shot blasting parts. Adhere to all the rules put in-place by the companies handbook and risk assessments to work in a safe manor.
- Responsible for painting and treatment of components that is required for production.
- Report all dangerous occurrences, accidents and injuries with the relevant parties
- Raise Production Engineering/Design engineering issue with the relevant parties.
- Take personal responsibility for maintaining the high standards of process and product quality.
- Assist with chemical testing routines or maintenance tasks as required.
- Maintain high levels of house-keeping at all times.
- Report all faulty or damaged equipment to the Paint shop supervisor/ manager.
- Support the Company’s Quality Management System.
- Function in a safe manner taking into account personal safety and the safety of others in the work place
- Operate within the constraints of the Risk Assessments in place for the defined activities.
- Willingly carry out any tasks which are deemed reasonable by the Management Team.
· Experience within a Powder Paint Operative or similar position.
· Be organized and able to follow instructions.
· Complete all tasks in a timely, clean, and safe manor.
· Must be able to withstand heated working conditions as it is an industrial environment.
· Can work extra hours to fulfil the role and meet targets.
The role will be 39 hours per week, with occasional extra hours to fulfil targets. Pay between £20k and £22k per annum depending upon experience.
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