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Press Operator

Posted 22 February by Workforce Easy Apply Ended

Workforce are recruiting an experienced Press Operator for our client in Wolverhampton. This is a great opportunity to work for a large, modern company with excellent working conditions. With a basic pay of £10.66 and a production bonus means you can earn up to £15 per hour.

Immediate starts available!

About the Candidate:

  • Experience of operating Bystronic Brake Presses
  • Experience of operating Mechanical Power Press up to 1000 tonne
  • Experience of operating Amada Brake Press
  • Willing and able to work both morning and afternoon shifts.

The shift pattern for this role is working double days, both mornings and afternoons, 5:45am - 2:00pm (11.45 noon finish on Fridays) and the following week 2:15pm - 10:30pm (12:00pm - 6:00pm on Fridays) rotating weekly.

Successful candidates will be expected to hit an achievable production target, for this, you can earn up to £15.00 per hour for hitting the maximum.


If you have the skills listed above and interested in the vacancy please apply now below or call the Dudley office of Workforce Recruitment & Training.
Manufacturing Workforce are responsible for placing skilled and in demand people on both a permanent and contract basis into the Engineering, Technical and Manufacturing sectors, from skilled Shop Floor Personnel and Specialist Engineers to Supervisory and Management positions.
We operate from several prime locations throughout Central England and our Specialist Consultants will have an in-depth understanding of your skills and offer best advice on your next step.
We are always searching for the best talent, so if you know anyone, why not recommend someone to one of our professional team who will be more than happy to help.

Reference: 34538609

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