Skilled Operators are highly proficient in the overall running of industrial machinery, including the initial setup procedures and daily production. Is it a Skilled Operators responsibility to ensure the quality of products are produced to a high standard, whilst maintaining and monitoring the running of machinery. You must also be able to identify particular faults that machinery may adopt and report to a senior staff member to ensure repairs go ahead efficiently. As a Skilled Operator, you will also be responsible for monitoring the progress of jobs and work to a tight schedule to ensure you are meeting daily targets for production.
What do I need to become a Skilled Operator?
Skilled Operators are required to have relevant experience in the setup and daily running of machinery and be able to understand and initiate the plans set out for production. You will be able to effectively operate and control the equipment within the workplace to a high standard and have great attention to detail.
You will be physically fit and have the ability to stand/walk for a long period of time, combined with being able to work well with others as well as independently.
Contact the Industrial Division Team
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