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Clean Room Operatives

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  • Sector:

    Aerospace and Defence

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  • Salary:

    Up to £0.00 per hour + Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Shannon Allister

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  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

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Our client are an industry leader in the Aerospace sector, specialising in the manufacturing of composite structures and assemblies. They are an established organisation with great potential for further growth, and a strong order book. They are looking for Clean Room Operatives, ideally with a GRP or Composite background, to join their site in Darwen, Lancashire.

Job Profile:

The post-holder will be an operator who is able to manufacture composite, structural and non-structural components.

The post-holder must have the ability to work within a team as well as individually to meet manufacturing/ operational objectives set by the Value Stream Team Leader/Value Stream Manager.

It is essential that the post-holder has a flexible attitude so that they can become a versatile, multi-skilled individual who has the ability to work across several different manufacturing functions within the business.

Principal responsibilities:

Frequent communication (several times throughout each day) with the Value Stream Leader/Value Stream Manager to understand clear production plans so that objectives can be met.

Maintain compliance to all master processes and associated documents therefore ensuring industry standards are upheld in the production of components, this will involve the usage of batch Cards, Work Instruction Sheet (WIS) and so forth.

Undertaking tasks delegated by the Value Stream Leader/Value Stream Manger and/or Senior Management, ensuring performance within the team remains a high standard.

Monitoring and maintaining health and safety standards

Regular upkeep of records (ensuring the batch card disciplines are maintained to ensure organisational and industry standards are upheld therefore traceability remains explicitly clear).

Undertaking training and development (Lean 101 Training, Graded Operator training, Code of Conduct and continuous professional development in accordance to any shortfalls within training matrices)

Maintain a clear understanding of consumable singular materials and their use in accordance with specific projects

Tool preparation in accordance with work instruction sheets

Application techniques of bagging and associated materials

Manual lay up of carbon and glassed fibre pre pre-impregnated materials into mould tooling

Required skills/experience:

Candidates must be highly motivated, with a 'can do' attitude

Candidates must have manufacturing experience

Demonstrable production lay up experience is desirable

Must be pro active and able to manage work load and deadlines

Good verbal communication skills

Ability to read work instruction sheets and extracts of drawings

Ideally computer literate and able to use Microsoft Office