Foil Blocking Operator


Job summary

Harrison Scott Associates
circa £30k pa
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

An award-winning supplier of high-quality printed products has a new opening within its production team. This is a fantastic chance for a production and performance driven Foil Blocking Operator to join a forward-thinking organisation.

Your role as Foil Blocking Operator will be to ensure the safe set up and operation of designated equipment, conforming to all Health and Safety policies & company regulations, and completing all relevant paperwork. We are looking for someone with the following attributes:

  • excellent technical and problem solving skills;
  • the ability to work well under pressure;
  • the ability to work to tight deadlines;
  • good communication skills;
  • the desire to stay abreast of all new technologies;
  • enthusiasm and determination;
  • mechanical aptitude.

Our client has stressed the important of finding someone who they can rely on to operate foil blocking machinery to a very high standard, with emphasis on clarity and detail, incorporating fluted and embossed designs on various substrates.

Ideally we are looking for experience on Dimuken or similar foiling lines.

This is a great opportunity, for a person with the right attitude, to join a hardworking and productive team of individuals in a company experiencing significant growth. Our client’s high quality products have ensured an establishment of long-term partnerships with an astounding number of clients.  This means our client is always super busy, so this role would very much suit someone who likes to be challenged and constantly on the go.  


37.5 hours per week

Shift work

06:00 to 13:30 Monday to Friday – week 1

13:15 to 10:30 Monday to Thursday – week 2

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