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Searching for production jobs? We’ve got you covered. At YoungCapital you’ll find all sorts of opportunities to kickstart your career in manufacturing. The tasks involved in factory work were once associated with heavy labour, but now most of the job is done with the help of machines. Taking on an entry-level role, such as a production operative job, you’ll have plenty of career opportunities, job security, and a higher pay than most low-skilled positions. Do you have experience leading production workers? We can help you get a job as production manager or supervisor if you’re up for the challenge. Want to give it a try? Browse this page and explore all our vacancies. To receive the latest production jobs in your area via email, sign up and create a vacancy alert.
What is a production job?
A production job is one where workers handle the production of goods, from manufacturing and assembling to the packaging and distribution of the final product. The most commons industries offering production work, also known as factory work, are food and drink, construction, engineering, and pharmaceuticals. Curious about what type of work you’ll find in manufacturing? The most popular job is production operative. Other common roles include assembly line worker, repair technician, and quality control specialist. Manufacturing work demands plenty of organizing materials and stocks, so there are lots of jobs for warehouse workers and forklift operators across several industries.
Most production jobs’ requirements are easy to meet. You’ll probably need a few GCSEs, including English and maths, oran equivalent. As per skills required, you must pay attention to detail, be able to work well in a team, and carry out basic tasks on a computer. In an entry-level production role, you’ll learn to operate production line equipment, how to carry out basic testing and quality checks, and how to store and pack goods. Don’t worry about not having experience; there’s plenty of factory work for people starting on the job market. Tip: production jobs are just part of the employment options you’ll find in manufacturing. To discover all vacancies within this industry, head to manufacturing jobs.
How to find a production job
Now that you know the requirements to get a factory job, it’s time to learn how to find the right vacancy for you. Firstly, adjust the filters on this page according to your preferences. Insert your city or postcode, pick between part-time, full-time, and temporary vacancies, or select your level of education. We have a broad set of filters to help you find the production job you’re looking for; so make sure to take advantage of it. Do you have a specific role in mind? Use keywords to find a matching vacancy. After applying filters, go through the postings and pick your favourites to apply for. Don’t have time to apply right now? Log in or create an account to save your favourite production jobs to your profile so you can apply later. You can also create job alerts to stay up-to-date with the latest vacancies matching your preferences.
Where to find production jobs in the UK
The UK has one of the top 10 largest manufacturing industries in the world. All around the country, you can find productions jobs in manufacturing hotspots, from Burnley to Chesterfield. If you’re looking for career opportunities and high pay, definitely go for a factory job in London. Rather live in a city with a lower cost of living? We don’t blame you, London is a pricey one. How about starting your career in manufacturing with a production operative job in Birmingham? You’ll enjoy a much cheaper cost of living and still have plenty of room to grow professionally. Another great place to find factory work is in Liverpool. The city has been named one of the best spots to work, rent, and live in the UK. And if you like The Beatles, even more of a reason to get a production operative job in Liverpool. Need one more great option of where to find production work in the UK? Here it is: Manchester. The city has a strong job market and some of the fastest growth rates in the country. Especially if you want to live in a place with fair housing prices, a factory job in Manchester is the way to go.
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How to find production jobs near me?
Insert your city or postcode on the top filter on this page to view productions jobs near you. If you prefer viewing vacancies by location, then head to jobs per city, pick your destination, and apply filters to find the type of work you want.
What is the average salary for production operative jobs?
The average salary for a factory worker or production operative in the UK is roughly £11.00 per hour. The average yearly salary ranges from £20,000 to £30,000.
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