Manufacturing Operators - Swing Shifts

Job Type:
Job reference:
14 days ago

Role: Manufacturing Operator (PCB Build)

Location: Cheltenham, Bishops Cleeve

Duration: 12 Months

Shift Pattern/rates: Alternating Early/Late

£15.20/hr: - Training first 4 weeks

£18.55/hr: Shift rate

Mon - Thurs: 6am to 1:30pm. Friday: 6am - 1pm

Mon - Thurs: 1:15pm to 9:15pm. Friday: 12:45pm to 5:45pm

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • This role is for skilled operators working within a variety of roles focused on the manufacturing and assembly of aircraft parts for civil and military programmes.
  • The role will include a range of tasks and the successful applicant should demonstrate flexibility and work effectively as part of a larger multi-disciplined team

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Read and follow manufacturing plans
  • Ensure quality and health & safety adherence
  • Follow daily manufacturing metrics
  • Participate in lean activities and other initiatives
  • Support manufacturing delivery needs
  • Work in teams to achieve delivery targets
  • Complete manufacturing paperwork and job cards


  • General electronics and mechanical assembly work
  • PCB Build experience
  • IPC trained
  • Ability to recognise and identify components
  • Ability to understand technical drawings and instructions
  • Good concentration and attention to detail
  • Able to produce work of high quality
  • Dextrous and able to work on small products
  • A flexible and co-operative approach
  • Appreciation of health and safety practice in the workplace
  • Experience of self-directed work teams and teaming
  • Awareness of customer expectations and business requirements
  • Communication and time keeping skills.
  • Self-motivated with a positive, can-do attitude

Security Clearance

Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS) clearance is required and must be maintained for this role. Please note that in the event that BPSS clearance cannot be obtained, you may not be eligible for the role and/or any offer of employment may be withdrawn on grounds of national security.

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