Our client is a successful and well-established Food Manufacturer and a market leader. Now is an excellent time to join this progressive company. It is also important to stress that this business has been very resilient to the COVID climate and the popularity of their products has shown no sign of diminishing…
Supporting the Evisceration supervisor & the EV team, ensuring the EV department is running efficiently with regards to quality, Yield, legal compliance including the day to day completion of administration, attendance, training, performance & the maximising of edible offal harvesting.
Being the chargehand for the area, assisting the supervisor with setting the team out daily and ensuring that the resources are in place for the line to run and the relevant Safety and Quality checks are being carried out.
Dealing with & assisting the supervisor during any breakdowns or changes in the daily plan and communicating with the Engineering team and management, ensuring that the relevant breakdown procedures are being followed.
To ensure the required PIA checks are carried out after plucking and evisceration for both internal and external signs of disease/damage i.e. birds with a damaged wing/leg, badly bled birds, feathered birds and runts etc and decide whether the bird is suitable for processing, or should be rejected in connection with set standards.
To interact with the Official Veterinarian to ensure that post-mortem duties are carried out in the Supervisors absence.
Assist or deputise for the EV Supervisor in providing the relevant documentation providing legal & customer compliance of the process, reporting of KPI’s, Scorecards & other computer-based reports to agreed deadlines
To deputise for EV Supervisor in periods of absence.
You must have previous experience in the Food Manufacturing sector. Experience working with meats/poultry is desirable. Supervisory experience would also be beneficial. This is an excellent opportunity to join a marker leader in a large business where there is real potential for career progression.
Hours of work – 2 week rotation. Shift 1 – Monday 04:40am to 16:40pm, Tuesday to Friday 13:40pm to 23:10pm. Shift 2 – Tuesday to Saturday 04:40am to 14:40pm (needs to be semi-flexible)
Rate of Pay – £12.65 for first 3 months, increasing to £13.25 thereafter
Salary equation – £29,601 basic + £1,644 paid break = £31,245 during probation and £31,005 basic + £1,722 paid break = £32,727 thereafter
Probation – 3 months
Benefits – 1x paid break per shift, Overtime paid at 1.25x, Subsidised food, Free Hot Drinks, Weekly pay, £125 refer a friend scheme, opportunity to upskill, long service holidays
If you are interested in this position then please forward a copy of your most up to date CV to email@example.com or contact Andrew Donaldson on 0131 226 5060.