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Process Operator

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  • Sector:

    Public Sector & Not-for-Profit

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    Up to £12.29 per hour

  • Contact:

    Richard Coombs

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  • Published:

    20 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    16 June 2023

Process Operator - Anglesey - 3 months - Immediate Start

The Opportunity

Yolk Recruitment Public Sector & Not-for-Profit team has partnered with a large public sector organisation to recruit a Process Operator to join their team. They are an extraordinary organisation based in Cardiff with a diverse workforce and inclusive culture.
You'll be joining a company full of passionate individuals, who take pride in their work and the business. In return, our dedicated teams are supported, encouraged, nurtured, developed, and rewarded.
You'll be joining a hardworking, supportive, and inclusive team and company who put the customer at the heart of everything they do and take pride in their work and their brand.

This is a role where you will be out and about and no two days will be the same.

What the Process Operator will will be doing
The ideal Process Operator will will be responsible for

* Carrying out basic maintenance on-site

* Be willing to develop and learn within the role and have the competence to maintain a variety of sites

* Ensure all Health & Safety procedures are adhered to at all times

What the successful Process Operator will bring to the team
This role is suitable for someone who has

* A full clean driving licence

* Computer literate

* Enjoys being outdoors

The ability to complete manual tasks

What you will get in return

* Full training and development

  • £12.29 per hour
  • A company vehicle
  • The opportunity for over-time to boost your pay

Think this one's for you

Please express your interest, this is a great opportunity to work for a leading Welsh company and help provide an essential service.

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