Chemical Process Technnician

  • Temporary
  • Posted: 26th July 2020
  • Salary: £22000 - £25000 per annum
  • Duration: on going
  • Reference: BBBH6452
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X10 Chemical Process Operators working on a temporary contract initially with permanent positions available towards the end of the year. Working on a day, afters, and night shift pattern (with shift allowance). Immediate starts available Overtime paid at x1.5 basic of £11 an hr with 15% shift allowance for nights. Immediate starts for Monday 3rd August

A multi-billion-pound multinational chemical manufacturer, requires a number of Chemical Processes Operators, to assist with the production of a new product line that will be used to fight COVID19 virus for years to come. This is a thriving industry with potential future opportunities within the company.

The Chemical Process Operator position would suit people that have worked as a Process Technician or individuals that have a background handling chemicals. Individuals who have a manufacturing background are also encouraged to apply.
Location of the Chemical Process Operator position: North Darlington
Duties of the Chemical Process Operator role:

  • Handling chemicals
  • Prepare raw materials
  • Labeling products
  • Feeding production lines
  • Packing and preparing goods for dispatch

Benefits of the Chemical Process Position:

Rotating shifts pattern with shift allowance
Immediate starts
OT Paid at a premium.

If you would like a private chat about the Chemical Process position please contact RODGER MORLEY at E3 recruitment



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