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Our specialist Food Manufacturing team is spread across the whole of Central England and help candidates who are looking for flexible, temporary or permanent work.


We understand the requirements of candidates and every day we work hard to successfully match people with their perfect job.  Some like longer term roles and we even have some people who have temped with us for over a decade.


Hygiene Operatives
Team Leaders
Quality Control
Food Operatives
FLT Drivers
New Product Development Managers

Manufacturing Engineers
Process Engineers
Quality Managers
Production Supervisors
Continuous Improvement Managers
Project ManagersEngineering Managers
Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Health & Safety
We aim to make life easy for our candidates and with that in mind people can register online here on our industrial site. You will then be kept up to speed , through email and SMS alerts, with latest jobs and opportunities.
We're a friendly bunch, so candidates are always welcome to drop into one of our branches between 8am and 5:30pm Monday to Friday or call and arrange an appointment to sit down and find out about the jobs available



Here at Workforce we are 100 per cent committed to finding candidates the perfect job that will bring them success and happiness.

We aim to know our candidates inside-out and stay very close to employers and the local market so we know quickly about any potential developments, trends and vitally, the times when employers need reliable people who are ready to work.

If a candidate is offered an interview, then they aren’t left alone to prepare. As part of our service people are invited in for a full briefing and advised on what to expect during the interview. This is a popular added-value service which ensures candidates are match fit for their interview.

If the interview is successful and the role is offered, then our Industrial team continue to support and make sure all documentation is in place and ready for day one.



If you have not considered temporary work, now might be the time to do so as it is ripe with benefits that you might not have thought of.
Temporary work allows you to sample a variety of different jobs and industries, allowing you to develop a range of skills until you find a career path that you are happy with. It is ideal because you can sample careers without committing yourself to them!
Your ability to adapt to different roles enhances your personal skills by learning new ways of working through different businesses, industries and cultures, and this array of experience will shine on your CV.
Temporary work can also come with flexible hours. You might be able to choose which shifts work for you, so you can chose to take off or add-on weekends or holidays to your convenience. This might be especially important if you have a family to support.
Last but not least, a temporary position can often lead to a permanent position, if you and the employer are happy with your work there! 



Firstly, you will need to bring the correct documentation to show that you have a right to work in the UK. This can be either a passport or birth certificate which should be accompanied by documents from the tax office. 

If you are from a country within the European Union (EU) then we will need a copy of your passport. If you are from outside the EU, then we will need your passport and a working visa.

Your documentation is vital and without it we cannot place you into work – either for a temporary or a permanent role.

Your job search results: 2 jobs

Your job search results:
2 Jobs

Various shift patterns available

The key responsibilities include:

  • Work in line with our group values; Trust, Efficiency, Quality & Expertise and Can-do
  • Ensure that the production area is prepared for the commencement of each shift to minimise any disruption to the production run and to maximise efficiency.
  • Communicate any issues concerning raw material to ensure all operatives are made fully aware of any issues that may arise during the production run.
  • Ensure that all employees allocated to shift are in attendance from the beginning and investigate all non-explained absences.
  • Ensure motivation throughout the shift to improve efficiency and to minimise costs.
  • Monitor and control quality and ensure corrective action is implemented as required to ensure product quality, safety and legality.
  • Maintain a system for the cleaning of all production areas after usage to ensure a clean healthy and safe working environment and compliance with safety legislation.
  • Ensure the communication of performance against KPI's to all production personnel and implement corrective action as required to redress any failings.
  • Ensure the storage of raw material and finished product in a safe and efficient manner to minimise the risk of hazard and to maximise cold storage space. Use all material in rotation to minimise the potential for wastage.
  • Take active part in improvement activities.
  • Contribute to regular daily team communication sessions.
  • You will also be expected to contribute ideas for improvement.

Rozalia Bunn

£8.11 per hour
Tue/Sat Or Sun/Thurs 2pm To 10pm Fri/Mon 12pm - 10pm

Key Functions:

To ensure that the line(s) are running as effectively as possible and to make sure that correct products ingredients and toppings are on the line and products are produced to a high standard and quality. £8.61 once training is completed

Main Responsibilities:

  • Once training is complete please see below expectation for line leader:
  • Set up the line and check the belts
  • Check if punnets are the correct depth for the chosen product.
  • Bringing sauces (check the dates on the sauces, bring them in the right order- stock rotation); croutons and forks
  • Use correct program for different products
  • Make sure that correct labels and stickers are on the line
  • Make sure that dates and promotions are applied
  • Select the product on the checkweigher
  • Control weights of the product (light weights or over weights)
  • Bring all ingredients to the line by using designated pump truck
  • Check all ingredients for their quality
  • Conducting metal checks
  • Control stock rotation
  • Make sure that the correct amount of product is on the line
  • Do the calibration
  • Install the top film and base film onto the line
  • Control rejects
  • Open reworks
  • Set up the weighers according to the product
  • Report issues and breakage on the line to the Supervisor, Manager, Engineer
  • Clean the line and surrounding areas and especially after change over to a new/different product
  • Spray lines with Hypo after cleaning
  • Make sure that correct PPE is worn
  • Make sure that rules (Health and Safety and Food Safety) and procedures are followed
  • Be a good example for the Standard- Ops
  • Cover the staff for breaks or toilet visits
  • Know how to operate all four multi-lines
  • Train new line leaders
  • At the end of the shift place films and labels into designated bags and pass them back into boxing area.
  • Fill in the relevant documents (for example: line belt integrity check sheet, Production Line Start-up Check, Punnet Dimension)
  • Check the belts at start of shift and after every product clean down- results from the check have to be recorded on the appropriate document (High Care Multivac Line Belt Integrity check sheet)
  • Make sure that line is switched off at the end of the shift
  • Being responsible for all Health and Safety and Food Safety principles in your workplace and maintaining a good standard of housekeeping.


  • Strong leadership skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Good communication skills
  • Good people and managing skills
  • Ability to work to a deadline and under pressure
  • Health and Safety awareness
  • Good understanding, reading, writing and speaking of English
  • Food Safety Level 2

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