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Why Work For Us?
Why work for us?
An environment that fosters innovation and supports a culture of entrepreneurship and partnership are critical to HellermannTyton's success.
What We Do?

What Do We Do? 

The Group is committed to providing equality of opportunity to all existing and prospective employees without unlawful or unfair discrimination.  Full support is given to the employment and advancement of disabled persons and this is reinforced through the Group's Ethics Policy.

 

 

What Are Our Values?

What Are Our Values? 

At HellermannTyton we aim to attract, retain and motivate the highest caliber of employees.

 

 

APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES:


At HellermannTyton we value the contribution apprentices can make to the workplace.  We run apprenticeship schemes in partnership with local colleges. 

Our current Apprenticeship vacancies are listed below: 
 

To download an Apprenticeship Application form click here.......

CURRENT VACANCIES: 

We have the below vacancies currently live, click on them to view the job description: 

 

If you can't find a vacancy that is right for you just now, please 
submit your CV to hr-enquiries@hellermanntyton.co.uk and we will contact you if a suitable opportunity arises.

Or for Plymouth based vacancies please submit your CV to plymouth.hr@hellermanntyton.co.uk

 

Packaging

Packing Co-ordinator 1400 - 2200 Manchester

Starting date: 15/08/2016

Packing Co-ordinator 1 Position 14.00pm – 22.00pm (Mon-Fri)  

Main purpose of the job:
Working with the Packing Team Leaders to:

§    Co-ordinate activities and priorities for manual packing, H.O.W, Sorting Operation.
§    Provide support and cover for the Packing Team Leaders.
§    Print, verify and collate labels for all packing orders.

Key tasks:
§    To ensure regular review of open packing orders, closing any completed orders.
§    To report and expedite maintenance issues as they occur to ensure that all machinery is functional at all times
§    To collect and input performance data
§    To ensure completion of daily / weekly audits to maintain departmental standards To drive continuous     improvement initiatives through the use of lean tools
§    To measure and minimise material waste (waste product, bags, labels & cardboard) against predefined targets
§    To define and maintain high housekeeping standards and ensure that they are adhered to at all times.
§    To provide absence (e.g. holiday) cover for the tasks normally carried out by the Packing Team Leader

Key Attributes:
§    To have an excellent attention to detail and be able to work under pressure
§    To have excellent organisational skills and be able to adapt to changeable situations quickly and efficiently.
§    To have excellent people skills.
§    To be highly motivated, demonstrating the ability to drive the packing department forward to achieve set daily targets 

Key Skills / Knowledge:
To demonstrate a sound knowledge of:

§    H&S requirements and ensure that and HSE standards are adhered to at all times.
§    Operating the label production system 
§    How to set and check water dosing units, including manual water dosing bottles when required
§    To have good product knowledge and an good understanding of internal Quality control processes so internal quality standards are met at all times
§    To be flexible and willing to work to the needs of the business
§    To be computer literate and have experience in using Microsoft Office (Microsoft Excel in particular)

If you are interested in this position please provide a CV and short covering letter to Paul Nicholson, HR Advisor at hr-enquiries@hellermanntyton.co.uk and if you wish to request a copy of the job description please use the email address above also.

Deadline for applications will be 9.00am on Tuesday 30th August 2016.

Packing

Floor Worker 14.00 - 22.00 x 1

Starting date: 04/07/2016

The Role  Main purpose of the job:  To supply bulk-work / consumables to packing stations and remove finished stocks from packing stations. Ensure all product information / paperwork is correct / accurate. Maintain high standards of housekeeping and comply with health and safety requirements. Comply with quality standards.   

Key Responsibilities 

  • To identify and then obtain the bulk product to be brought into the packing area to be packed. 
  • To supply the appropriate packing station with the correct boxes, bags, box / bag labels and bulk product according to the works order. 
  • To ensure a maximum of three boxes of bulk product is maintained at each sealing station during packing runs. 
  • To remove all finished product from each sealing station and stack on to pallets, ensuring the box label is checked for the following: 

1. That the box contents correspond with the box label information 
2. That the packer identification number is clearly visible 
3. That the box is in pristine condition 
4. That your initial is on the box, in capital letters, as proof of checking 

  • Ensure all used boxes are broken down and removed from the packing area. Discard all sample ties and label, placing box on pallet for removal. 
  • On completion of packing run ensure each box is date stamped to display the pack date. 
  • Completion of packing sheets, ensuring it is placed with the pallet for the production booker. 
  • Ensure pallets are wrapped securely ready for transit. 
     

Any additional duties to be performed as required by the Logistics Manager or Packing Supervisor, to meet business requirements within the department. 
The Person: 

  • Experience of working in a high volume production environment (plastic injection moulding experience would be an advantage) – essential 
  • Knowledge of lean manufacturing would be a distinct advantage 
  • Demonstrable experience of performing routine repetitive tasks with patience, good humour and attention to detail. 
  • Literate and numerate 
  • Workplace health and safety awareness and manual handling experience is also desirable 
  • Flexible approach to working hours – there will be the requirement to work overtime 
     

If you are interested in this position please submit an application form to hr-enquiries@hellermanntyton.co.uk before the closing date of Monday 5th September 2016 

If you need a copy of the application form please contact HR 

Production

Material Handler – C Shift (Days)

Starting date: 23/08/2016

A permanent vacancy has arisen for a Materials Handler on C Shift reporting to Production Shift Manager Richie Bradford on a 3 on, 3 off shift pattern, 07.00 to 19.00. Once fully trained and signed off in this role you will be eligible for a higher rate of pay than the Moulding Operative Salary.

Once fully trained and signed off in this role you will be eligible for a higher rate of pay than the Moulding Operative Salary.

Key responsibilities:

  • To ensure that each workstation has adequate levels of materials throughout the shift.
  • To monitor the daily level of materials and liase with Logistics, the Shift Manager and Purchasing where replenishment of stock is required to meet the production plan.
  • To ensure the gravimetric blenders are set to the correct percentages and operating correctly, in order to be able to carry out a full clean down of the blender.
  • To understand the operation of the hopper loaders associated with the gravimetric blending system, and check, clean and replace hopper loader filters as required.
  • To ensure the flexible pipe work to the hopper loaders are not worn or leaking. To be able to select the correct materials from the dryers to the manifold tables and then on to the injection moulding machines.
  • To operate the static and mobile dryers 
  • To ensure all relevant documents are completed in accordance with works order information. Adopt a work ethic of ‘clean as you go’ to ensure specified housekeeping standards are met. Ensure filters are cleaned by designated person
  • To ensure an effective handover with the oncoming materials handler
  • During the last hour of the shift ensure that all hoppers / material bins are checked and topped up where required prior to handing over to the oncoming shift.
  • Take material samples from bulk raw material deliveries and arrange moisture tests with the Quality laboratory.
  • Check Fork Lift Trucks in accordance with the daily check list and ensuring that the batteries are fully charged. 

Qualifications / Knowledge / Experience

  • Attendance on a raw material handling course – Desirable
  • FLT license and experience – Desirable
  • NVQ Level 2 in a Manufacturing related discipline – Desirable
  • Experience of completing documentation – Essential
  • Knowledge of H&S procedures – Desirable

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy please send a copy of your CV with a short covering letter by post or email: hr-enquiries@hellermanntyton.co.uk to  Paul Nicholson (HR Advisor) by 5pm on Monday 5th September 2016.

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Update: 20/08/2016 © HellermannTyton 2016