HP Digital Machine Operator - Point of Sale / Displays

East Anglia

Job summary

Future Recruitment Ltd
£Open DOE + Pension + Shift Allowance + Employer Assist Program + Death in Service
Printing, Printing - Digital Printing, Printing - Screen Printing, Printing - Wide Format
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job



£Open DOE + Pension + Shift Allowance + Employer Assist Program + Death in Service 

Hours: 3 Day 12 Hour Shift Pattern, 6am – 6pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday for 4 weeks, then changes to 6am – 6pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday for 4 weeks

As part of a larger Packaging Group, our client is a leading UK manufacturer of display / point of sale and aims to be both innovative and creative in the solutions provided whilst offering the most appropriate and effective solutions designed to meet customers’ objectives.

They are now looking to strengthen their team by recruiting for an additional HP Digital Machine Operator.

Role Overview

Reporting directly to the Production Manager, HP Machine Operator is responsible for:

    The production of quality finished product delivered through the efficient operation of all relevant equipment

    Machine efficiency

    General maintenance

    Working environment and overall departmental tidiness

    Ensuring all safe systems of work and H&S policies are adhered to.  

Personal Attributes

    Self-motivated, results-oriented with a positive outlook and a clear focus on client service, quality and efficiency. 

    Well organised with the ability to plan own workload and constructively assess daily requirements to aid the smooth working of all departments.

    Able to work effectively and calmly under pressure. 

    Possessing a desire for high quality output.

Job Specific Skills

    Trained or time served printer / operator on print processes. 

    Equipment maintenance

    Well organised

    Good written and verbal communications

    Task orientated ensuring completion of all assigned tasks diligently and in a timely fashion

Core Responsibilities

    Digital Printing – setting and running

    Equipment maintenance - planned and breakdown

    Quality control – first off and running checks

    Cleaning of equipment and work area

    Collection of shop floor data through the use of Spocs or manual timesheets

    OTIF – on time in full delivery to production schedule

    Maintain all paperwork; check sheets and other records relevant to your areas and responsibility.

    Cross training of other employees

    Willingness to be trained in other operational areas 

    Adherence to all Health, Safety & Environmental Policies, BRC certified standards and all appropriate operational procedures

    Working with colleagues and agency workers in a professional and courteous manner.

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