Process Operative

This job is no longer available.

  Shift pattern incorporating day and night working

Competitive salary

Training and development available

 

We are currently looking for candidates to fill this interesting and varied process role.

About the department and the role

Our Finishing department is where we apply special treatments and dyes to our fabrics. From dress nets to parachute fabrics we have a specialist range of equipment that can treat our fabrics to our customer’s exact requirements, before being shipped around the globe.

Our Process Operatives play a pivotal role in every one of our fabric treatment processes from operating our huge Stenters, carrying out routine maintenance tasks, basic PC based activities and the use of hoists and lifting equipment.

You will have:

  • Ability to demonstrate initiative
  • Experience of using a PC for basic tasks
  • An understanding of HS&E and quality issues in a manufacturing environment
  • A desire to learn and develop
  • An understanding of the 5S manufacturing principles
  • Previous experience of working in a manufacturing environment would be an advantage but not essential
  • Ability to work in a team as well as on own initiative at times
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to lift more than 10kg

Closing date for this vacancy is 6th May.

What we can offer

  • Engaging work culture
  • Continued learning and development
  • Career progression
  • 34 days holiday per annum
  • Profit Share Scheme
  • Company Contribution Pension
  • Health & wellbeing programme
  • Enhanced maternity benefits
  • Tech and Cycle Scheme participation
  • Discounts with local shops and services


For further information on this vacancy please contact:

Human Resources Advisor, Heathcoat Fabrics Limited, Westexe, TIVERTON, EX16 5LL
United Kingdom

COVID-19 Considerations

Heathcoat Fabrics is supporting our customers, suppliers, visitors and our employees by successfully working to avoid disruptions caused by Coronavirus. We will continue to act responsibly and do what we can to prevent further spread of the virus.