Driving your career forward…
As we continue to grow, we need more brilliant #PlattsPeople to add to our award-winning team! We recognise that every member of our team contributes to our continued success, and allows Platts to offer the quality products and reliable services we pride ourselves on to our customers. Joining our team, you’ll be recognised (and rewarded!) for your endeavours, encouraged in your own personal growth and development, and part of a business that is ambitious and passionate about our future.
Who will I be working with?
Platts Agriculture Limited is a market-leading UK manufacturer and supplier of quality animal bedding and cubicle conditioner products for the agricultural industry. Celebrating our 50th Anniversary , our family-owned business supplies farmers throughout the UK and Ireland. Based at our Production Facility, one of our 3 sites in Llay, Wrexham, you’ll be joining our diverse team, some who’ve been part of our company since the very beginning!
What will this role of Production Operative entail?
As Production Operative, you’ll join a close-knit team working within a busy production environment, operating fork lift trucks and carrying out a range of duties to ensure a smooth and efficient operation of the state of the art turn key manufacturing facility.
What will I need to be considered for this Production Operative vacancy?
Proven experience of working within a production / manufacturing role
Experience of operating fork lift trucks, with a valid counterbalance forklift training certificate
Superb time management skills, with the ability to meet tight deadlines in a fast paced, but ‘ambitious’ environment
Ability to work unsupervised on own initiative as well as part of a team
Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate at all levels
High level of attention to detail, with creative problem-solving skills
A self-motivated and proactive approach, with a desire to succeed
What will I receive in return?
You will be part of a friendly, positive and professional team within a well-established and employee focused company, where you will be provided with opportunities for continuous professional development.
Salary: Earning potential up to £33,500 per annum for the right candidate.
Hours of Work: An average of 46 hours per week, 3 teams working the following shift pattern:-
Week 1 – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday nights
week 2 – Monday, Tuesday nights followed by Thursday Friday days
week 3 – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday days, then Saturday Sunday days
Contract Type: Permanent
How to Apply:
If you’d like to join a progressive family business- and have the relevant qualifications and experience, you can get in touch by emailing email@example.com with your CV and covering letter. We look forward to hearing from you!