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Line Operative Nights Wednesday to Saturday
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Line Operative Nights Wednesday to Saturday

Posted 11 April by Newstaff Employment
Salary icon £11.44 - £15.03 per hour
Location icon Flitwick , Bedfordshire

Newstaff Employment Services are working in partnership with an FMCG Manufacturing company based in Flitwick, we are looking for a Line Production Operative


  • Erecting cardboard cartons
  • Attaching labels
  • Carrying out quality inspections on products
  • Completing production sheet paperwork
  • Maintenance of good housekeeping practices on production lines and within the factory


  • Be physically fit
  • Able to read/write English and be numerically
  • Turn up to work
  • Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team
  • Want to work 12 hours  


  • Free on-site parking
  • Temp to perm opportunity for the right person
  • Large Canteen, free tea and coffee and fruit
  • Weekly pay
  • On-line pay slips
  • Accrued holiday for each hour worked
  • Brings a good work life balance with 2 weeks shut down over Christmas

Shifts and Pay Rates: 

  • Wednesday to Saturday 8pm to 8am
  • While training you will be on a day shift 8am to 8pm for about 4 weeks
  • 8am to 8pm £11.44 with a 12% shift premium for all hours worked £12.81
  • 8pm to 8am £11.44 with a 35% shift premium for all hours worked £15.03

Please forward your updated CV with the correct contact number on it so we can call you today to,  

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Reference: 52457021

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