Production Operative Jobs

Production operative jobs in industry check machinery or parts before the manufacturing process begins. Production Operative jobs collect and weigh the materials needed for production, carry out checks during manufacturing, close down machinery after manufacturing and clean and maintain equipment.

Production Operative jobs work 37.5 hours a week plus overtime. Shift work is common for Production Operative jobs.

When at work in the production area protective clothing is worn by production operatives.

Rates of pay vary for production operative jobs, but a newly employed production operative is likely to earn around £15,500 a year.  For experienced production operative jobs salary could rise to around £27,000 a year with a national average of £21,500.

Production operatives need to be reliable and punctual, understand how the machinery they operate is working, be aware of health and safety issues and be able to work as part of a team.

Production Operative jobs require a good level of fitness because the work can be strenuous.

Training to become a Production Operative 

The UK production industry is gearing up for the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) and there's never been a better time to be training for a career as a Production Operative. 

The usual entry route for a Production Operative job is as an apprentice. 

A number of NVQs/SVQs related to production operative jobs are available to employees of all ages at Levels 1 to 4.

With the right training and experience, a production operative job can lead to supervisors or team leaders.

Contact the Industrial Division Team

Email the Industrial Division at industrial@stafffinders.co.uk.

Candidates can submit a CV online using our Register online service.

Industrial Jobs by Email

If you would like to receive notification of new industrial job opportunities by email please subscribe to the industrial mailing list.

recieve update button

Job Listings

  1. Assistant Facilities Manager

    Location: Glasgow

    Salary: TBC

    Category: Facilities Management

    Stafffinders are looking for an Assistant Facilities Manager to join our well-established client based in the Glasgow area. A rare opportunity for a driven, enthusiastic individual to support the Facilities Manager.
     
    We are particularly interested in speaking with applicants with exposure to the Property sector, who are perhaps in an ...