Bench Repair Operator

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Our client is the UK's leading supplier of home-grown timber to the UK pallet and packaging industry and have a number of exciting opportunities for experienced bench repair operative for the depot in Grangemouth to add to the team long term working a standard 37.5 hours per week.

Due to health and safety it is essential that you have previous experience working on a bench or something similar and that you have used a nail gun and power tools as you will be responsible for your own bench working up to 275 pallets per an 8 hour day.

All candidates must be physically fit due to the role being physically demanding.

Monday to Friday working 6am -2pm and 2pm - 10pm rotating each week or constant night shift working 10pm - 6am.

The pay rate will start at £8.21 due to training and you will be supported by an experience member of staff for 2 weeks so it is essential that you are looking to gain a long term role within the company.

Once you are fully trained (275 pallets per day) the rate of pay will increase to £10.54 per hour working a standard 37.5 hours per week.

You will accrue holidays every month that you work and they will work out around 2.3 days per month.

Please attach a full CV and cover letter for the attention of Glasgow Industrial Team. Once you have applied your CV can you please contact us on our Glasgow Industrial landline number.

Taskmaster Resources LTD is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. (Temporary Vacancy)
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