Semi-skilled Operators contribute to the overall success of a due to the diverse range of skills they can offer. Semi-skilled Operators don't necessarily require qualifications or advanced training, however, most professionals within these positions can perform a large variety of skills as they are transferable across many different industries and line of work.
What is involved in a Semi-Skilled Operator role?
Semi-Skilled workers are employed across many different sectors. In the Industrial sector, these positions could cover production operatives, picker/packers, warehouse operatives and more similar job roles.
Semi-Skilled Operator working conditions and salary expectations
Industrial Semi-Skilled Operators are usually based within a production warehouse or manufacturing warehouse, supporting the general running of the production.
The average salary that Semi-Skilled Operators could make is around £22,000 to £24,000.
Contact the Industrial Division Team
Email the Industrial Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.